Taking a bite out of bad students

Perhaps this isn’t the best way to discipline students. In an ULTRA rare dismissal of an incompetent teacher that even the NEA can’t object to:

School officials on Tuesday fired a middle school teacher charged with biting a student who would not spit out a piece of candy.

Caroline Kolb has pleaded not guilty to an aggravated assault charge for allegedly biting 14-year-old Garrick Hudson on the back during a classroom scuffle Jan. 11.

School officials conducted a probe and fired Kolb for insubordination and conduct unbecoming a teacher, The Courier-Journal reported, citing a copy of her termination letter.

Administrators had previously warned Kolb to avoid being physically confrontational with students, according to the letter.

So she’d done this sort of thing before, and didn’t get canned? Oh, I’d love to be the lawyer for THIS kid. Can you say “ka-ching”?

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