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Three teachers and principal to be fired because of “most annoying boy” trophy awarded to autistic child Discrimination

https://www.dailyrepublic.com/all-dr-news/wires/state-nation-world/documents-indiana-principal-to-be-fired-over-annoying-award-for-autistic-boy/
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u/ImDougFunny 7 1d ago

Honestly as a teacher, you're right - we don't give a fuck.

I'm not saying this was right or even defendable (fuck those teachers and the admin), but are you REALLY surprised that the same educators who the public has continually ridiculed and underpaid pretty much since forever would care about their communities, ESPECIALLY after how we've been treated as disposable during the pandemic ? And you have the balls to be surprised ?

Bitch, please. I absolutely do not give a fuck about a single one of my students, their parents, their families or anything and i know for a fact most of us feel that way. You know why? Because they don't give a fuck about whether I even live.

America, you cheap bastards reap what you sow. Fuck those teachers and that principal, but probably, fuck all of those parents as well.

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u/candyman708 7 4h ago

I dont care, fuck you.

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u/ImDougFunny 7 3h ago

Guess I poked the little snowflake in the wrong spot 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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u/SmokyBee 3 20h ago

They don't care - fuck them

You don't care - good for you?

Or do you think the same of yourself as you do of them? Fuck them and fuck you too?

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u/4NDR3_G4M3R 1 1d ago

What is wrong with you man

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u/EnderTeimant 7 1d ago

Redditors when you don't suck everyone off: 😭

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u/Reasonable-Report389 0 2d ago

As a (now) physician with Aspergers, I would have wholeheartedly embraced this award as a child. I am only speaking for myself, but inclusion is not synonymous with isolation and shielding. We need to be wary of our innate desires to protect vulnerable populations. Over time, these desires become polluted with confirmation bias, and before you know it, we begin to isolate those who want nothing more than to be treated equally.

Ironically, by swiftly punishing all parties involved, we can SOMETIMES perpetuate the issue.

Scenario:

  • Bully’s belief that an autistic peer or student is “forbidden territory” is now reinforced by public outcry and associated media attention.
  • Attention-seeking bully is now further isolated from aforementioned autistic peer.
  • Attention-seeking bully seeks out explicitly “protected” populations due to the amplified response
  • Victim is hermetically sealed and almost becomes fetishized as this “forbidden territory” that unsurprisingly fosters even greater ignorance, disdain and- even violence.

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u/Keqingisthedpsqueen 7 8d ago

Hol up now , these people were able to create a most annoying kid award

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u/[deleted] 8d ago edited 8d ago

They should NEVER be allowed to teach again…

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u/KerzasGal 0 11d ago

Im autistic and i would like to have an award for who im realy.. moust of the time annoying.. not the most "special" award.. would like to know if there was the biggest award for the fat guy.. its fun to get recognized what you realy are. Its just not fair that autistic people are threated like special and cant be the part of a school.. cuz mommy hates it.. and only see the awards name and not my part of earning it..

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u/Gravitytime0 2 7d ago

… It’s unprofessional and mean spirited. What are you talking about? No shit they’re gonna get in trouble for it.

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u/Grizzlybehrz 4 9d ago

Yeah but then the kid will grow up with that trophy and when he's old enough to realise the meaning of it, it's kinda fucked bro imo

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u/thatloudblondguy 7 11d ago

damn that mid must have been Hella annoying

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u/piouiy 8 12d ago

Does being autistic automatically absolve him of being annoying? Why should it?

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u/Redhotkitchen 7 7d ago

The school may need different resources and/or a different strategy for that student; aside from that, faculty members condoning a “most annoying” award is reprehensible. If a young person has special needs of any sort, how is it ok to mock them for it?

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u/almightybob1 A 11d ago

I think they just shouldn't do an award like that at all. These are young kids. It's just not really okay for teachers to treat children in their care like that. Hell it would be a pretty shitty thing for a boss to do with their adult employees, never mind in a teacher-pupil relationship.

In this particular kid's case it sounds like pretty severe autism - the article says he is nonverbal, which is one of the criteria of Level 3, the most severe category of autism per DSM-5.

So yes, I would say it does absolve him of being annoying.

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u/50LI0NS 6 12d ago

We had an award at our school for worst driver, it was just all in good fun. I’m sure the school doesn’t see him as annoying because he is autistic. I’m guessing they view him the same as any other student and it was just a gag award.

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u/curlywurlies 8 5d ago edited 5d ago

This child is a non-speaking autistic child, rest assured, they do not view him as "any other student"

I am a mother to a non-speaking child who has worked in education, I am sure that this child will likely be treated poorly by their peers, but to have that reinforced by the staff is absolutely appalling. If this happened to my child I would absolutely lose my shit. I would not rest until everyone involved lost their job.

You are dealing with developing children, not adults.

Edit: spelling error

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u/hashedram 8 11d ago

This is good fun if you're a consenting adults. Not if you're a child under the ward of a teacher. This should be common sense.

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u/Sineater224 A 12d ago

It was a gag award because (from what I remember last time I saw this) he is non-verbal autistic. He is the least annoying in the class so they gave him that over choices like "Most talkative student". Pretty bad taste either way imo.

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u/RevolutionaryLab3057 7 12d ago

Lol are you a fucking dummy or what?

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u/LZRDZ 6 12d ago
  1. The "award" is egregious and should not exist in the first place.
  2. It's not about absolving anyone, but the fact of the matter is that publicly shaming someone for things they may not be aware of or control is awful, and not what a teacher should do.

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u/RoyalT663 8 12d ago

Why does that award exist in the first place ??

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u/Sineater224 A 12d ago

It was a gag award because (from what I remember last time I saw this) he is non-verbal autistic. He is the least annoying in the class so they gave him that over choices like "Most talkative student". Pretty bad taste either way imo.

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u/tesjuan1 2 12d ago

Brothaaa

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u/lastherokiller 4 12d ago

Good anyone who even knew of it and didn't say anything should be fired fuck every one of those people.

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u/polaarbear 9 12d ago

For real. As someone firmly in the spectrum, I can confidently say that the most common reasons I got in trouble were for things like "talking too much". Aka being an annoying child.

The years where it happened were the times I was bored to tears in school because every lesson moves at a glacial pace for someone like me who loves consuming information.

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u/knight-c6 3 8d ago

every lesson moves at a glacial pace for someone like me who loves consuming information.

Oh wow, the potential there......may I ask, what did you do with this advanced ability? Or what are you doing currently?

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u/polaarbear 9 8d ago

I'm a software developer building custom internal applications for Fortune 500 companies.

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u/knight-c6 3 8d ago

.......no offense, but that kind of sounds like you're just an IT employee at a corporation that doesn't know you exist nor pay you much I mean, it's similar to claiming "face of a "multi-billiion dollar company in customer relations" when you're actually a cashier at McDonald's......🤷

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u/polaarbear 9 8d ago

And you sound like a dick? Bet you don't take meetings with Disney and Nintendo.

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u/knight-c6 3 8d ago

....I also don't work for best buy and try to lament about the struggles of having such an amazing intellect. Dude, you're tech support.

Nothing wrong with that at all, but you're hardly the lynchpin for a fortune 500 company, anymore than that cashier.

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u/polaarbear 9 8d ago edited 8d ago

Hey dumbfuck. I havent worked for Best Buy in YEARS. Clearly you are in my post history looking for dirt but you came up empty. I am a software developer. I build websites and databases for the companies I mentioned. I'm not answering phones. I don't work for Best Buy. I'm a .NET Developer. I'm currently working for KPMG and Credit Suisse making custom solutions to do taxes for investment funds. Not IT support. Im sorry you can't read, that must be hard for you in addition to being an asshole.

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u/knight-c6 3 8d ago

So you're an IT guy, like I said.🙄 Nothing wrong with that, whatsoever. Also nothing wrong with being a cashier at McDonald's, whatsoever. They phrasing of your occupation is a tad overboard, and you know it, which is why you're getting so emotional for being called out on it.

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u/polaarbear 9 8d ago edited 8d ago

The phrasing of my occupation is 100% accurate. I wasn't joking about working with Disney and Nintendo, that's 100% accurate. I think you are jealous because you are a cashier at McD's and wish you could have my life. It's the only thing that actually makes sense as to why you are trolling people on Reddit. I think you think it's funny because I have a spectrum disorder, but really you just wonder how someone with a dISaBIlITY is doing better than you in life.

You are literally antagonizing the shy kid in the corner of class right now because he's smarter than you. An elementary school bully. I almost feel sad for you. Almost.

You don't know the difference between the guy who troubleshoots RAM sticks and the guy who writes code. Got it, you are a fucking moron.

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u/tamirabeth 9 12d ago

This was two years ago.

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u/Ibrowsethereddits 3 12d ago

Actually the majority of the population find it hurtful so why are you advocating for language that could be harmful for others? There is no peer reviewed data that person first language has ever been offensive so continuimg to fight for the language that COULD hurt others is narcissistic or at least egotistical

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u/gnarmydizzle 5 12d ago

wtf?

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u/Ibrowsethereddits 3 12d ago

Ethics and science are complicated, everyone is entitled to an opinion, however no amount of belief alone makes something true

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u/LZRDZ 6 12d ago

Are you on the wrong post?

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u/Ibrowsethereddits 3 12d ago

My comment was in response to someone advocating for their preferred language regardless that it is hurtful to the majority of the population. Yes everyone can have their own preferences, but that does not control that others have been bullied to tears from labeling language. To be fair they are from the UK which has an endearing social construct so it may be appropriate there. Studies are relevant to their populations/cultures especially on social issues.

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u/0x0d0x0d 0 12d ago

Then you should respond to the comment directly and not the OP. It's confusing.

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u/Ibrowsethereddits 3 12d ago

I normally just browse the reddits and I am on mobile, apologies

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u/0x0d0x0d 0 12d ago

Lol I did get that from your username

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u/White_Drugs 0 12d ago

I bet he is annoying though.

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u/SuzanneStoHelit 5 12d ago

Not as much as you right now

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u/nikogetsit 4 12d ago

Zing

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u/katiebug586 7 12d ago

BAZINGA!

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u/theBigSnacktus 4 12d ago

Good. Fucking morons.

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u/areyouguyson_email 6 12d ago

“if we can’t be mean to people we view as inferior then who can we be mean to?” username checks out.

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u/areyouguyson_email 6 12d ago

Please explain the “basic concept”. I’m sure it’ll actually be informative instead of further displaying what a fatuous nincompoop you are.

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u/mrswordhold 7 12d ago

You honestly sound like a fucking piece of shit. Don’t humiliate children, is that so hard? Don’t single out special needs children and humiliate them because of their special needs? How is that not a basic thing?

Honestly, you’re a strange little angry man with a small penis I’m sure

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u/kylekyleman 4 12d ago

it's funny how your grammar is absolute shit and you keep responding as if you are worth anything

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u/mrswordhold 7 12d ago

People often find autistic people annoying since they can have a range of emotional outbursts. When it’s more severe. You clearly no nothing of autism. It’s not ableist to treat people differently. It’s ableist to treat people badly. Of course you’re too dense to know what you’re talking about

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u/Another_Sunrise 0 12d ago

Actually you're annoying, including everyone that thinks remotely like you. You dont add anything to this subject, showing how simple minded you are. If this is true, you lack empathy and you're wasting your time spouting your illogical ideologies; you have a lack of love and RESPECT. Do something productive or learn something instead of being a trumpsucker

You're one of the many under mass psychosis, always lying to yourself that you're on the right team.

God forbid you bring a child into this world to teach them love and empathy, but that's too hard isn't it?

You waste everyone's time with this negative horse shit

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u/Ausome_Face 4 12d ago

There is a large difference between being intentionally annoying and being mentally handicapped.

If someone is handicapped and can't control their actions perfectly, how are they supposed to "learn a lesson"?

What if the child doesn't have the mental capacity to fully understand how his actions are affecting others? Are you going to "teach him a lesson" that they wouldn't understand?

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u/mrswordhold 7 12d ago

You obviously have no idea what autism is like lol that’s called moronic embarrassing ignorance. Something you suffer from greatly

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u/KurtIsLoFi 2 12d ago

My daughter is autistic, she can’t help it. I can’t believe how cruel you are.

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u/Farford 6 12d ago

Teachers bullying a kid, nothing wrong with that at all

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u/rayray2k19 7 12d ago

Maybe they shouldn't have a "most annoying" trophy at all. That's the kinda shit that stays with a kid.

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u/Impossible_Garbage_4 7 12d ago

Yeah for most kids that shit would fuck you up at least a little bit

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u/FakeAccountRealPosts 0 12d ago

Fuck the kid, should’ve been homeschooled instead of distracting normal people.

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u/disconnectedfromme 3 12d ago

Reddit needs and annoying award just so I can send it to you. You’re ridiculous I can’t believe it’s 2021 and people out here thinking like cavemen still

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u/arcspectre17 5 12d ago

Well maybe you should stop being annoying on REDDIT with your dumb comment.

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u/Legitjumps 6 12d ago

Edgy as hell

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u/miw1989 4 12d ago

Easy to run your mouth on Reddit. Easy there slick, don't cut yourself on that "edge".

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u/miw1989 4 12d ago edited 12d ago

Whatever makes you feel better sport.

Edit: I think you meant "lack of self awareness". The way you used it would fit more along the lines of "you lack self awareness." Practice makes perfect, don't feel too bad about it.

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u/miw1989 4 12d ago

Yeah I didn't understand what you said. I don't speak or know how to write English. How are we even talking right now? It's weird! And I'm not really "running my mouth", nice piggyback by the way, when you're the one going off about how a kid "shouldn't be annoying." You're sitting here trying to be inflammatory and just making yourself look like an ass in the process. Let's call this what is, you trying to make yourself feel some type of way when in reality given the situation of not being behind some type of screen you would say absolutely nothing of the sort to this child or their parents. Anonymity makes people feel much larger than they actually are. Think twice next time you try and throw stones.

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u/Farford 6 12d ago

Sport

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u/NucleusX 2 12d ago

Maybe they lack the self control to not be considered annoying to others because of their learning disability. It’s like telling someone with Tourette’s to just stop twitching…

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u/grintin 7 12d ago

Damn you’re dense

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u/NucleusX 2 12d ago

It’s called common sense you fuck nut. Would you hold the door open for a person in a wheelchair? Would you slow down your speech or raise your voice if someone with a learning disability/hearing problem is signaling they’re having a hard time understanding you? You don’t need to put someone on a pedestal in order to accommodate them and their unique needs derived from having a disability.

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u/MLGPinecone 4 12d ago

The award for "Most Annoying Pupil" in itself is fucked up and is basically institutional bullying.

Giving such an award to someone who is autistic reaches a completely new level of fucked up.

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u/nastypanass 8 12d ago

The joke is he doesn’t talk or say much though but I can see your point

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u/mixedracecouple 5 12d ago

What how do you know

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u/Rare_Disaster7353 3 12d ago

Read the news report and find out.

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u/ashwhenn 8 12d ago

In HS we had the same poll and right before the poll came out, a student died in a car accident. The student was notorious for having somewhat crossed eyes (as a birth condition) and my dumb ass school decided to award him “best eyes” three weeks after he died. Prompting his parents to have to come in and collect the award.

People fucking suck.

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u/eldershade 6 12d ago

"my dumb ass school", not ashwhenn

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u/AnyCatch4796 6 12d ago

I could’ve sworn it said dumb ass self before. Sorry for misreading.

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u/ashwhenn 8 12d ago

Don’t get me wrong, I’m a dumb ass too but I had nothing to do with it 😂

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u/AnyCatch4796 6 12d ago

I’m sure you’re a wonderful human hahah I shouldn’t comment on Reddit right after I wake up, sorry!

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u/RedOneHitter 7 12d ago

Lmao what

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u/jacobspartan1992 9 12d ago

We had an awards ceremony at our sixth form in the UK. So yeah I was somewhat older than this kid. I ended up being given the award, the 'Biggest Geek' and was nominated for 'Funniest Student'. Dog whistles to my as of then undiagnosed autism.

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u/8myself 7 12d ago

well i was nominated as "the person who is most likely to become a millionaire" cause i am a cheap 😭

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u/mal3ko 5 12d ago

You can’t leave us hanging like that. So where are you on this journey?

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u/8myself 7 11d ago

living on minimum wage lol

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u/mal3ko 5 11d ago

Don’t worry, you’ll get there one day!!

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u/8myself 7 11d ago

thanks :)

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u/Jazzbo64 6 12d ago

WTF kind of school gives out this award in the first place?

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u/100LittleButterflies B 12d ago

One in Gary, IN.

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u/Choppergold C 12d ago

These kinds of toxic educators are everywhere

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u/Pixie0422 8 12d ago

To be fired? I think you mean “were fired.” The article is from THREE years ago!

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u/DanTowelman 4 12d ago

"to be fired" is exactly what it says in the news headline. That's why the post says that.

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u/cobaltkarma 7 12d ago

Knew this was familiar

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u/ashwhenn 8 12d ago

You think crimes have a set bail for things and that’s your first mistake here, my dear.

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u/thefierysheep 4 12d ago

Reminds me of ‘kill the dog next door’ by The Arrogant Worms - guy kills his neighbours dog and gets hauled away by the police, when he finds out it’s only a $300 fine he decides to kill his neighbour also…

it’s a funny song I swear

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u/MisterET 8 12d ago

For $50 you can assault anyone. Not sexually though, that costs extra.

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u/Impossible_Garbage_4 7 12d ago

As long as it doesn’t involve a weapon, isn’t a sneak attack, doesn’t break anything, or knock any teeth out, or cause lasting physical damage then yeah sure. But you’ll probably still go to jail unless they agree not to call police at all

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u/MisterET 8 12d ago

Just pay the $50 or tell them you are the thane

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u/RevolutionaryLab3057 7 12d ago

That’s a bullshit saying, always has been

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u/gummibear13 5 12d ago

Exactly, you're weapons are words and I'm going to beat your ass with sticks and stones. Let's see who wins?

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u/incrediblemink A 12d ago

And this is how you get school shootings.

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u/Clatuu1337 7 12d ago

Lol, been on reddit lately?

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u/Regulapple 6 12d ago

It stopped beibg used because it's demonstratably wrong?

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u/quietIntensity 9 12d ago

Yeah, turns out that was dumb and wrong. You may heal from a physical beating far quicker than a mental beating. The right words might break you inside and fuck you up for the rest of your life.

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u/quietIntensity 9 12d ago

Plenty of people have committed suicide after having words said to them. The point isn't to say that sticks and stones won't hurt you, it is to say that words can do as much or more damage than physical violence. I barely remember the times I was hit for something growing up, but I remember a lot of the things that were said to me and have been dealing the the impact of those words my entire life.

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u/quietIntensity 9 12d ago

Right, that is a learned practice, much like the Ch'an practices of Shaolin, which I tend to follow, and it is the kind of thing you learn as an adult in most cases. In our natural state however, like we are as children, we typically do not have the capacity to let those things go and understand that they don't really mean anything about us as much as they mean something about the person saying them.

I can't time travel and give middle school me the ability to handle things like adult me has learned to, so I have to work on undoing the impacts of those traumas using what I have learned as an adult, but at this point those things are not just words I remember but entire pillars around which I have constructed my sense of identity. Undoing the impact of those words is now a major structural reconstruction project that will likely never complete within my lifetime. It's not that I think am somehow more fucked up than most people as much as I have become aware of being fucked up and started working to find the root of that and do something about it. Most folks don't even realize they are screwed up in the head and think they are perfectly fine and normal.

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u/J4Seriously 9 12d ago

I just don’t this this does justice to the complexity of social interactions when you’re young. But apparently you’re the mental health expert.

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u/Badlemon_nohope 7 12d ago

So you understand that the mental health of children is easily influenced by negative scenes and trauma, but still stand by the original comment? Bit contradictory

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u/SpiffAZ 8 12d ago

Damn right but no jail time fam he needs you at home.

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u/discjam20 4 12d ago

I’d consider some fact checking before you start handing out those beatings

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u/DiskoPanic 7 12d ago

If he’s on Reddit, he most likely isn’t the one handing out the beatings

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u/EverChillingLucifer A 12d ago

slams fedora on the ground YOU WANNA PUT THAT IN WRITING, SEÑOR TROMPETA APESTOSA?

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u/havikryan 6 12d ago

So if you read the article, the award was proposed by a teacher after a student poll, so most likely the kids are also to blame here.

Mind you, I would've been grinding all year for this trophy.

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u/thermadontil 4 12d ago

Now where would these students have learned that voting that way is OK? It's a mystery

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u/rayray2k19 7 12d ago

Kids are dumb. They do stupid shit. Teachers are supposed to be the ones who stop this, not encourage it. The kids are at fault, but the staff should have never proposed the award.

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u/burneracc69420sex 1 12d ago

As a teacher you better have the awareness to not give that “award” out, much less to an autistic child. Don’t know why it was even on a poll. It’s not on the students, they are freaking kids. 100% on the staff.

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u/Frylock904 8 12d ago

Yeah, and being the most annoying boy as a kid is really not somethng your too ashamed of. It's cringey kid shit, but it what kids enjoy

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u/burneracc69420sex 1 12d ago

I don’t know that I would agree about that. It could easily be a bullying mechanism. If you are just being yourself and struggling to make friends and you get labeled as the most annoying kid, what do you think that is going to do to that kids psyche?

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u/krustyjugglrs 7 12d ago

My son is almost 5 and autistic and still struggling with communication. If someone gave him a negative award like this.....the word angry is an understatement.

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u/KerzasGal 0 12d ago

I have 3 kids and the autistic one is moust annoying one.. but i would never give him award for that.. then agan when hes gona be 11 he should know that he annoys others when he does this or that.. no? I hate political corectnes or that others can't do shit cuz someones fealings can be hurt.. they could be laughting from this and next year get 'the moust autistic kid' award... And the teacher would get it.. diagnose doesnt make a diference.. fuck this cancel culture..

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u/velion0223 7 12d ago

Wow you seem uneducated.

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u/KerzasGal 0 12d ago

Sorry english isnt my first or second language.. but i do work with autistic children and educated in this field.. threating them as special but acepting them in normal school is whats fucked up.. hes a kid and annoying one.. got award for it.. big smile and f off.. next year youl get smthg else.. if he cant handle this can he go to school with others? School is mean.. wold is even worse. Do we prepare them for it? Dont get me wrong award is fucked up but firing from there jobs isint justice.. its cancle culture.. and i think ill be canceld here too..

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u/krustyjugglrs 7 12d ago

What type of stupid rationalization is this? Get out of education if you support this. There is a difference between teaching people how to handle life and others negativity and the people in charge handing out degrading awards. Your job as a teacher isn't to degrade people for their differences, but to teach them how to deal with them when they encounter them.

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u/KerzasGal 0 12d ago

Look i see it as it is. 2 stupid parents faild at growing a dicent child finda medical explination for that. Authism is a spectrum.. if its bad u cant go to fucking school with others.. if its just smth with atention or dont caring how others feel when u make loud noises... Ur an asshole.. and u get an award for that.. others i think got even better ones.. and that helps to smile abouth obvios things and lets other nomines think about it.. but then nooooooo my kid... No kid is ok.. the focking mommy gets ofended that others find her kid anoying.. and with this cancel culture cancels teachers.. fuck this shit..

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u/krustyjugglrs 7 12d ago

You clearly shouldn't be in education and especially education with special needs.

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u/KerzasGal 0 12d ago

Do you have anyone with special needs? How they feel when they are threated like 'special'? Accepting them as normal with some diferences and doing this like normal... Like geting award for it not ignoring obvisos.. authistic people are the same us others or arent they? Do u say that someone with a sindrome spectrum disability cant be an asshole? And if he is can others tell him? Or everyone has to ignor it and act like they didnt see it? Same goes for gay trans color.. whatever u are dont blame me for fobia or rasism if ur just and anoying asshole.. theres others right not to like you and u cant wave autistic card.. and he didnt its momything..

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u/krustyjugglrs 7 11d ago

Fuck off and get out of education.

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u/KerzasGal 0 11d ago

One argument where im wrong? And ill do that

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u/johnniecash111 3 12d ago

English is def your first language

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u/KerzasGal 0 12d ago

Ne lietuvių mano pirmoji.. tagda pa ruskamu viuchil gavaryt.. and then english..

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u/johnniecash111 3 12d ago

Implying

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u/aprotos12 4 12d ago

And you would have my full support, period.

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u/Davisasm 1 12d ago

That’s not a Q anon heart shirt the Dad is wearing is it? Someone tell me it’s something else

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u/JonnySnowflake 9 12d ago

I'm more concerned with his haircut

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u/MonaSavesTheDayAgain 8 12d ago

I zoomed in but it’s definitely a Q and a heart beneath it ..

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u/LibRAWRian 9 12d ago

Looks like a queen of hearts, like the playing cards.

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u/SpiffAZ 8 12d ago

Which as we all know from the TIFU a couple of days ago means he is into racial power dynamics sex play, or something like that. Dammit I'll never find it I'm only on break but totally relevant, at least possibly.

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u/Frylock904 8 12d ago

Oh no, that's the queen of spades, and your wife wears it.

Source: have been a bull in the past

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u/SpiffAZ 8 12d ago

I'll let this one slide because of the username.

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u/bulletv1 8 12d ago

What’s queen of hearts in that context? I know what queen of spades is.

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u/SpiffAZ 8 12d ago

Maybe it was spades? She got a tattoo with her BF and a non-caucasian friend told her it was a signal of what I mentioned before.

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u/MonaSavesTheDayAgain 8 12d ago

Ohh, true. That’s hopefully the case here. The line beneath the Q threw me off a little, haha.

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u/Dannyhammy 4 12d ago

Wait this was FR? I thought it was just a meme

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u/cheesysnipsnap A 12d ago

It's not about being truthful it's about people in a position of power realising that their actions have long lasting impacts on those kids.
They are there to teach the right things to do in life as well as educational subjects.
If they ease up on the negativity, and reinforce the positive aspects, especially with autistic people (not just kids). They respond much more positively and itakes them happy that they are doing good things.

Teachers may need retraining on more modern methods for SEN teaching.

But even if this kid wasn't autistic imagine being given this award at your school.
It would make me want to take a shit right there on the stage to say fuck you. (Not exactly a positive action you want to encourage really).

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u/shittymanbun 2 12d ago

It’s not “truth” anyway—superlatives are based on subjective opinions. Also, you’re a fucking douche.

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u/delitskinnedmexican 9 12d ago

Idk man, might be rough dealing with that kid but there have to be genuine pieces of shit at that school. Like you were at yours

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u/Gonchuago 7 12d ago

You're a POS

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u/JJ_edi343 1 12d ago

Hey you, fuck off.

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u/Heavy_Grapefruit9885 3 12d ago

Now THAT is beautiful

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u/clotpole02 1 12d ago

That's messed up

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u/kneedragger3013 7 12d ago

Put PE back in schools, run them for 45 minutes. Oh yea, don't expect for little boys to sit there quietly, THEY'RE LITTLE BOYS!

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u/BeesKneesTX 2 12d ago

They still have PE in schools lol

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u/prettybunnys A 12d ago

Where did they remove PE from schools?

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u/sebasnueue 2 12d ago

Public schools in cities that can’t afford the upkeep of sports equipment due to major embezzlement

See: Baltimore City

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