Dong NaiThe teacher slapped the student while checking the old lesson, and the teacher threw the student’s books on the ground – two incidents that took place on the same day, at the same school in Dinh Quan district.
Two videos of student violence, identified as occurring at Ngo Thoi Nhiem Secondary School, Dinh Quan District, appeared on social media in recent days. The first video took place in class 9A8 during Informatics class, the teacher, while asking the old lesson, slapped a male student twice. The second video was recorded in class 7A8, where the history teacher took books and notebooks from a student’s bag and threw them on the ground.
On April 23, Mr. Ngo Dang Thanh, Head of the Education and Training Department of Dinh Quan district, said that he had just asked Ngo Thoi Nhiem Secondary School to report the situation of teachers who have abused students. Both incidents happened on April 20.
According to school leaders, two teachers went to the children’s families to apologize and receive sympathy from the parents. “Tuesday (April 26), the school will have a meeting to review and give the final course of action,” the leader said.
In the report, the teacher slapped the male student, saying that he only lightly hit him for the purpose of teaching, not intentionally slapping him hard. “After I beat him, I still taught him, if I beat him harshly and maliciously, I swear I won’t teach anymore,” he wrote.
Meanwhile, the History teacher said that while she was teaching, the student refused to copy the lesson but sat down to talk privately. The teacher reminded me many times, but it didn’t work, so I called him to the test board. She doesn’t have a notebook, so she “folds her bag” to find her notebook. “The day the incident happened, I was a bit tired, coughed, couldn’t talk to the children, so I was a bit uncomfortable,” the teacher explained.
Dong Nai Department of Education and Training said that it is directing Dinh Quan district to strictly handle the incident.
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