teacher attacked

A 16-year-old South Division High School student is behind bars after he punched out his teacher in front of fellow students on Tuesday.

The unidentified student is seen on cell phone video punching his male teacher to the floor in front of giggling classmates.

It isn’t clear what initiated the confrontation but the teacher walked away from the boy as tensions escalated. The student pushed the teacher then lunged at the teacher and knocked him to the floor.

The teacher suffered non-life threatening injuries. The teen was arrested at the school but he was not charged. Police are considering a battery charge.

A Milwaukee Public School spokesman declined to comment but he said they were cooperating with the police investigation.

  • Malcom Flex

    WHERE THE F IS THE BLACK FATHER?!

  • Hater

    Fugazi ish!

  • Zeta Phi Beta 1920

    How are there no charges?
    Who raised this mon/ster?
    Does he have a chemical imbalance?
    Was he mo//lested?
    Drug addict parents?
    Lazy parents?
    NO PARENTING.

  • Zeta Phi Beta 1920

    Once you get int he groove, you can really tell who are the rac//ists that come on this page.
    Do not engage.
    Ice them out.

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  • YES I SAID IT…

    He’s probably being raised by s single mother or by his grandmother. Its sad to say that this new generation has no respect for others and authority as well as no self-control. This young boy has problems and he needs to be dealt with and since he wants to fight a grown behind man well he needs to charged as an adult

  • dontgetblocked

    I am more afraid of a young black man than the KKK or white supremacist groups. Statistics show a young black thug is more likely to harm you. When I see black boys coming down the street, I get out of the way. They are jacked up on cough syrup, ignorant and violent. I’ll take my chances with the racist than with these reckless losers who are destroying the black race.

  • Malcom Flex

    Yall NEVER answer my question WHERE ARE THE BLACK MALES WHERE ARE THE BLACK FATHERS?! Why TF aren’t they raising their sons?!

  • Zeta Phi Beta 1920

    Don’t engage.

  • Zeta Phi Beta 1920

    Once you get in the groove, you can really tell who are the rac//ists that come on this page.
    Do not engage.
    Ice them out.
    Ice them out.

  • YES I SAID IT…

    I said he is probably being raised by a single mother and I’m sure the father is in jail or 9 out of 10 just don’t give a fuk about the lives or life he brought into the world bcuz he ain’t really shiiit himself.

  • YES I SAID IT…

    Oh my bad, he is one of those huh, lol! Thanks for the info

  • Malcom Flex

    Cause I’m tired of us pretending black boys don’t have fathers. BM have failed their sons it’s a laughingstock.

  • Zeta Phi Beta 1920

    After, a while, paying attention, Yeah, you can tell
    OR a black per/son that is problematic.
    Either way, Do not engage.

  • Coy little wink

    Why is violence funny to people?

  • Zeta Phi Beta 1920

    The cartoons from childhood. Brain washing.

  • http://ivyleaguelove.tumblr.com/ Applebootay

    Okay….LMAO….I see what you’re doing here…..<<<>>>

  • imright

    & if the teacher would’ve broke his lil assss off the parents would be upset & wanting him fired

  • http://ivyleaguelove.tumblr.com/ Applebootay

    My son would never, have never….he’s 24 now…he would be more scared of what I would do more than his father….Single household, double triple household, if you don’t instill morals , values and spirituality and are a positive constant force….this is what you get…

  • You Could Never

    I want to know what happened before the beat down. Bc I actually have incidents in my own family starting with myself with my 9th grade biology teacher (fukk you Dave Corsetti if your ass is still teaching. You were a first year teacher the year I had you. You thought you were SUCH a funny damn guy) of teachers belitting students in front of their peers. That is not okay. Just like violence is not okay. But Im not automatically gonna side with the thought of: this teacher did absolutely NOTHING to have provoked this student.

  • Ni Ni

    Allow me, grasshopper…people have just become desensitized and detached. They are bored with life or high off something and dont care about themselves, old folks, young folks….nobody except getting giggles and likes . I can’t imagine what this world is gonna be like in 20 yrs when i’m old?.

  • Malcom Flex

    Glad you mentioned father I’m pissed off at the brothas for not raising their sons!

  • Phillybruh

    When I tell you, I will work 6 jobs if I have to, to keep my boys out of public schools.

  • Malcom Flex

    F you, troll and your idiotic posts.

  • Malcom Flex

    The most important thing is having a hands on father in a black boy’s life that’s even more important than teachers.

  • Phillybruh

    I don’t fear any group.

  • Malcom Flex

    They’re trolling.

  • Malcom Flex

    Sorry. Not enough BM being good fathers and it shows and we know it.

  • Phillybruh

    That’s important as well, but making sure your child is properly educated in a safe environment is an even higher priority.

  • Malcom Flex

    We can agree to disagree. Lack of fathers in the homes is killing us.

  • Phillybruh

    The father could very well be in the house, it doesn’t stop someone’s temper.

  • Coy little wink

    Its sad! I can’t imagine either…

  • Torae

    We can blame the teacher but knowing how uncontrollable, dysfunctional, and disrespectful these kids are I doubt it is a teacher. I went to schools where kids fought teachers and teased bullied and jumped other kids…I had aniexty everyday…I refuse to ever get to the point in which I have to ever put my daughters into an all black public school…sorry if this offends but it’s the truth….

  • Phillybruh

    Lack of opportunity is killing us. It has nothing to do with an absent father. If there is no opportunity in these communities then the cycle will continue :)

  • Rayne

    I never wanted to teach. I saw stuff like this getting ready to happen when I was finishing up college. I just would never. Cause I’ll fight those kids. Every last one and their momma too. I ain’t going.

  • Phillybruh

    You lost me at all black. These things happen at an all anything school.

  • You Could Never

    this school is not all black. if anything it is almost half Hispanic. dont put this on just OUR children.

    Native American/Alaskan – 1.2%
    Asian/Pacific islanders – 13.4%
    Black – 32.1%
    Hispanic – 46.9%
    White – 5.9%
    Multiracial – 0.5%

  • Malcom Flex

    You’re another in denial. 72% out of wedlock most black males not in the home raising their sons. But always passing the buck when it comes to personal responsiblity and proper parenting. To say absent fathers aren’t important means you and I can’t talk anymore.

  • Phillybruh

    I am not in denial. But I see you want to push useless stats. By all means knock yourself out.

  • SouthernGirlAZWorld

    It does

  • Torae

    Im from Jersey..ive went to mixed public school and a straight hood in the middle of Newark public school 95% black..completely different…

  • SouthernGirlAZWorld

    Always

  • Shamari123

    But not all young black men are like that tho. In every race there are good and bad. It’s the environment they are born into and the lack of assimilation that causes some young men to behave the way they do…especially not having the proper support system from their family and the community around them. These young men, given different circumstances, different opportunities and more support, they can change things around. A white Supremacist or KKK on the other hand will never change if their life depended on it. Just my opinion.

  • SouthernGirlAZWorld

    Who….call them out!

  • SouthernGirlAZWorld

    She said don’t engage! Giggles

  • SouthernGirlAZWorld

    There’s another one on here too scroll up to find her

  • OvertheMississippi

    I am a teacher. I am going to jail or hell if I am hit!!!!!

  • Blaque Mahogany

    I refuse to ever get to the point in which I have to ever put my daughters into an all black public school
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    What do you mean by this?

  • Yardgirl

    My cousin is a teacher in NYC. She is short in stature but eff with her and you will find out she is a pitbull!! There is apathy and disrespect on both sides, teachers and students/parents. She got threatened by a parent “I’ma get you, gangs, blah blah blah” and she told her she has a gang on her side too and it’s called the NYPD and they carry guns. She was teaching elementary school and has moved over to adult education, current assignment at Rikers Island. Now that is a whole nother set of stories, but she is well protected while out there. It’s tough being a teacher!!

  • Malcom Flex

    If you want to see the denial that has our community as cesspools of fear and violence read this thread. Dude down thread had the nerve to say that fatherless don’t mater. Some of yall are insane for real. Hit dogs hollar. You want to see the father look at the son, nuff said.

  • Malcom Flex

    My friends who teach now do that at private schools none of them are at public schools anymore. Too violent.

  • Zeta Phi Beta 1920

    I think I know who you are speaking of.

  • Blaque Mahogany

    I need more information before I can really comment. The reality is there are aggressive, misbehaving, out of control teens and then there are instigating, disrespectful, unqualified teachers.

    I don’t know…

  • Indies beauty

    I went to a predominantly white high school for 2 years but graduated from a mostly black high school, which I attended for 2 years as well. I can tell you right now there is a stark difference from education to dress code. I look back at my experience and shake my head because I had so much drama from the other black girls at the school simply because of my valley girl accent and where I lived in town. But fights would happen every single day and kids would get jump. I had all honors and AP classes and even one of my honors teachers had to have a big conversation with the class because my honors class was so disruptive to the point where he cried talking to us.

  • Ms.Vanilla

    No. Put your kids in an all white school and wait for your call that he/she was blown away by a school shooter.
    Point: There’s violence everywhere with every race.

  • Indies beauty

    Yes school choice is everything. I sub part time and I normally work with Title One or higher needs schools and when I sub most of my time is consumed with Behavioral Management. If I go into an a school in a nice District, the kids all have Mac laptops and are on special curriculums.

  • Malcom Flex

    And thank you for your service to our community.

  • Indies beauty

    These little kids are ratchet. No morals or respect.

  • Zeta Phi Beta 1920

    You can also tell who have the mental health issues.

  • Malcom Flex

    Of course there’s a difference. Sorry that happened to you.

  • Malcom Flex

    But they not hearing you, though. The lies and denial. Trying to pretend shit is normal.

  • Phillybruh

    Father left you waiting on the step for him did he! You should call him heal that hole in your heart.

  • bhavana

    No home training. My son isn’t perfect, but he knew better than to raise his hand to an adult. What are parents teaching their children these days? Where’s the respect?

  • Lorenzo Chaps

    Yet y’all still want to say “it’s still a kid” when a school guard or teacher beat the ass of one of these kids. AUTHORITY. We all have to adhere to someone’s authority, like it or not. How kids get a pass, of all people, I have no idea. I’m not surprised, IJS.

    Leave the n i gger schools and let the rat parents teach them. Crime in 2017 in the 53208 zip code:

    Most frequent crimes in the past year
    1,369
    COUNTS OF ASSAULT
    854
    COUNTS OF THEFT
    825
    COUNTS OF SHOOTING
    477
    COUNTS OF BURGLARY
    332
    COUNTS OF VANDALISM

  • Vicki White

    U right ignore the insult bot below… Clueless azz

  • Malcom Flex

    LOL. Black boys with fathers who give a damn do better all around, stop lying.

  • Noirluv45

    Look at the world these kids live in. Many parents aren’t parenting. They are too busy being friends with their children. Violence is all around via the media, and many parents teach their children violence by solving problems by always “beating that ass” when a situation might not have called for it. We teach our children how to respond to conflict. Another scenario is that many of them are mentally ill.

  • Indies beauty

    Thanks for your words but no need to be sorry. I actually learned to appreciate my experience at that school. It taught me a lot about the black community and African American culture. I’m from the Caribbean but grew up in the states, so we’re brought up with a whole separate culture.

  • Noirluv45

    I agree with Ms. Vanilla below. I’ve been to all Black schools and all White schools, and mess is mess. The all White school I went to, the kids did drugs, cut school, and got in fights on a daily basis.

    Sometimes I think we make everything about race instead of judging individually. I’m not saying there aren’t some all Black schools that are a mess, but I’m not going to say all White schools aren’t a mess either.

  • SouthernGirlAZWorld

    Yes you do

  • Noirluv45

    It’s not about hearing, it’s about not judging based on limited knowledge. It’s bad enough that White folks think everything “Black” is bad, and it’s another when we do it. There are all Black schools where the children prosper and go on to college, and there are all White schools where the kids are drugged out. If you haven’t experienced that, then your knowledge is limited. That’s the point being made.

  • Lorenzo Chaps

    My mom has been saying that for years. She’s going to jail that day. I’m going too because I know some retarded kid is the spawn of a retarded parent who will want to try my mom when I bail her out. We will be some ig’nant fighting fools that day.

  • Patricia

    im currently in school for teaching and am reconsidering.
    if that teacher had whooped the mess out of that boy, his parents and family would be calling for teachers dismissal and of course their child would be the sweetest earth angel you never did meet…

  • Lorenzo Chaps

    She’s not sending her girls to ni gger schools, if it’s the last thing she does. Under no circumstance will she allow herself to have to send her girls to schools with all niglets. Paraphrasing.

  • Dowoop

    Like that 16 yr old who raped the girl and then shared pictures…His father was in the household!! Tell me how he did better?

  • Ajavee

    Say it again sir 100% right.

  • Patricia

    my school actually reminded me of those schools in the movies like Lean On Me and Dangerous Minds. it was right here in the metro atlanta/decatur area. it had a daycare for all the 8th and 9th graders babies and had gang fights every day after school. i too experienced severe anxiety and laid low waiting for the day we could move away from the area when my mom’s lease was up. God is good.

  • Lorenzo Chaps

    ALWAYS the teacher’s fault. I tip my hat to you and any other educator out there. I couldn’t deal with it. We just went to school. I never bucked up to a teacher or balls up to actually follow through on a threat.

  • Ajavee

    I think people have become desensitized to it and all other dysfunctional behavior.

  • Dowoop

    So there are no kids in private school in single parent homes?

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    “it had a daycare for all the 8th and 9th graders babies”
    ^^^^^
    Wow! ? This is what happens when liberals are in power. I never saw a pregnant teenager in my high school.

  • Coy little wink

    Right

  • Patricia

    the couple of predominately white populated schools i attended were a breath of fresh air. its a completely different atmosphere and change of pace as their PARENTS value educational and extracurricular excellence over fresh jordans #3645654734 and who can dance better than the rest. i no longer felt i was walking through a war zone on a daily basis. iv experienced the same thing as an adult in the workplace with extreme differences in professionalism between the black and white professionals. it is what it is as bad as it may be. if folks are truly ashamed, change.

  • Jen_no_juice

    Reason #147 I can’t teach in school

  • Torae

    My school was the same way. People want to say it’s not black schools but I notice a lot of black people don’t like when our problems are spoken about. I’ve seen teachers get punched in the face, girls sexually assaulted, and I’ve even been jumped just for not saying excuse me loud enough. People can’t tell me it’s all schools? My kids are in one of the top rated public schools in the country it’s also diverse and that type of ish does not happen…my kids don’t go to school with fear and anxiety like I did?????

  • You Could Never

    Im HOLLERING. Lord Jesus I still love you.

  • Torae

    They not trying to hear me and they don’t have to I’m from the damn hood I know how the schools are. I love how people seem delusional to black problems. But I’m wrong for saying what I said? I swear…

  • Ajavee

    Different generations and times it’s sad though.

  • Torae

    Glad you could parapharase?

  • Torae

    Just what I said…

  • Patricia

    girl tell it. i experienced the same thing. its the culture. music and medias depiction of glorifying ratchet subculture ghetto mess hasnt done anything for our people from the youngest on up. the kids are only mimicking what they see and then its who they become.

  • You Could Never

    and then there are instigating, disrespectful, unqualified teachers.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    AS IF they dont exist. that is what pisses ME off. they do.

  • Torae

    My kids go to a diverse school where kids aren’t punching teachers bullying and terrorizing and sexually harassing other students. Thanks for the concern…

  • You Could Never

    What does it have to do with this topic bc the school up top, where this happened, is not an all black public school. Its more Asian and Hispanic than black and white put together.

  • Patricia

    my son was failing every single class until we moved to a different district. all we did was change the environment. within 2 years hes now an honor roll student interested in sports and college instead of chasing money, cars, clothes, and ho s. he invited his childhood friend over to hang out a day this summer and the boy was evil to him. i told him get used to it honey. thats what happens whenever you step up in life.

  • Torae

    I didn’t say black is bad. But let’s not pretend we don’t know what happens in an all black schools. I was born and raised in the hood..one of the worst hoods in America. My step mother has been a teacher in the hood for 34 years. She doesn’t have limited knowledge and she needed to go to counseling after she retired…I love how everyone gets defensive?

  • Torae

    Exactly, night and day but people want to act like I’m wrong for saying what I said…delusional…

  • Karen Brady

    All of the madness just has to stop. Let us all pray. Seriously.

  • We Can Do This

    Self defense is no crime, but get that workmans comp.

  • KLo

    Good. Put him in jail. This type of behavior will not be tolerated

  • unknown user

    I will mace your child, I’m not even kidding. Down right box your children in the street if they run up on me. I’m sorry that I’m not sorry about it.

  • Li

    You guys have no idea how dangerous it is in these urban schools. The school rooms are too crowded. Overcrowded. With 25-35 students in one classroom. They have to sit there 5 days a week for 40 hours a week. They don’t get to go outside and play, very minimally. The kids don’t take school seriously. They don’t see the purpose in going to school. They’re distracted by cell phones & the internet. It’s pitiful. Teachers need combat pay bonuses.

  • Li

    You don’t see this foolishness happening in private “Christian” schools do you?

  • Li

    Teacher turnover is big.

  • MistaO

    Damn! School literally JUST started!!!

  • MistaO

    Now why you say parents? You all know more than likely he only has one parent at home, and lets just pretend like we have no clue as to which one….

  • Lorenzo Chaps

    LOL Um, there’s no recess in high school. Your break was the time in between classes…ya know, getting from one class to the next.

    I was in urban schools up until my junior year of high school (k-10).

  • brooklyn23

    Na let’s be honest with ourselves. All black a lot of things equates to disaster. All black schools ghetto, all black/Hispanic neighborhoods ghetto. Now if you have a like of black/Hispanic in a diversed school and/or a diversed neighborhood then it ain’t that bad

  • C Mack

    Outside of school, you can’t punch someone out for instigating or being unqualified. Nothing justifies this type of behavior.

  • Lisa daniels

    I just wanted know did said teacher deserve ass whipping or no? You know some these teacher nowadays need a good ass whipping.

  • Lisa daniels

    Exactly

  • Evillene

    Disgusting. No respect for authority. Lock him up before he gets shot dead by a cop and is made a saint by his crying mama/baby-mama/girlfriend. A student striking a teacher should carry an enhanced penalty like assaulting a police officer. We pay teachers a pittance AND require them to entertain perils and bodily injury, and then wonder why public education is failing.

  • Lisa daniels

    We don’t believe you. You need more people. Jayz voice.

  • Evillene

    Gurl, I hear you. Any black kid punches a teacher in a school that is not majority black they are bounced before the bell rings. There is a considerable difference in what behaviors are tolerated in an all-black school versus a diverse school.

  • Torae

    Thank you..they act like I’m making this stuff up ?????

  • Pamela

    Really? A TEACHER deserves an azz whipping? No wonder our learners are so fucked up.

  • Ms.Vanilla

    People like to see others getting phucked up because it makes them feel better about their own lives and what they went through. If they were raised right they would be angry.

  • Lisa daniels

    I said some of these teachers for all we know the could have been the aggressor or a child molester. I just want to know what happened.

  • Ajavee

    No ma’am I disagree no child has a right to raise their body part to a teacher.

  • Pamela

    No one has the right to lay hands on another unless in a life threatening situation. This learner was wrong. Period.

  • Lisa daniels

    You can disagree but we all heard and read post on this very teachers have cut children hair , molested and abused them and some of had said if that was my child , I beat that ass so until I have full story. I am left to wonder if that teacher did something. Not sorry but you don’t have to like it.

  • Evillene

    No, you nailed it. It’s true. They are just “clouding” — i.e. pretending not to understand what you are saying when they know damn well it’s right.

  • Yup, I said it

    When you teach kids that an adult “deserves” an “ass whopping” then your setting a dangerous precedent. That teaches the kid that they are on equal level with adults and they are not. They are kids. They dont understand the difference between a judge talking sheet to them and Ron Ron in the 10th grade talking sheet. That same kid will beat his own mama and daddy ass one day if they determaines she “deserved” it.

  • Yup, I said it

    If the teacher is an aggressor or a predator what makes you think your kid would be skilled enough to whoop a grown perverted crazy predators ass? Predators come prepared for a take down. They probably have a take down kit. Your wrong on all levels ma’am.

  • Yup, I said it

    These bad ass chirrens know who to mess with. They dont mess with folks who will whoop up on them like a hoe in the street.

  • StoneColdLady

    THIS is a GREAT part of the problem!

  • Phillybruh

    Did he change parents too NO a kid failing every single class is just the fault of the school.

  • Lisa daniels

    I am entitled to my opinion as to are yours . Good day to you ma’am

  • Waya Hedia

    NOT CHARGED? Disgusting.

  • Waya Hedia

    disgusting.

  • Lisa daniels

    Feel how you feel.

  • OvertheMississippi

    Thank you! It is all that I know. I am a special kinda crazy myself. Lol

  • Lisa daniels

    Feel how you feel. As will I.

  • OvertheMississippi

    I am getting everything that I can — including a party thrown by rest of teachers. Lol

  • OvertheMississippi

    Who mentioned single parents? ??????????

  • bhavana

    I was referring to parents in general, not necessarily the parent(s) of this child.

  • Evillene

    Perhaps but let the parents do the ass-whupping. Kids should not strike adults unless they are in danger, at risk of danger or protecting someone else from danger.

  • Lisa daniels

    I will agree with this.

  • Noirluv45

    No, you didn’t say it, but it sounded like you implied it. Pretending is not necessary. I know what happens in some all Black schools. It’s not about getting defensive. People love making blanket statements about Black folks, and when others dispute the stereotypes, we get labeled defensive or that we don’t live in reality. Like I said, I understand Black schools. My brother was a teacher in Compton, South Central and Inglewood, CA. His wife was a teacher in Compton. I used to teach life science. I fact, I went to an all Black school in L.A. It wasn’t Iraq. Like I said, I’m not disputing issues, but I’m also saying, like others, is that others have issues too. It’s not about color, but about socio-economics. JMO.

  • Xsjado

    This is 45 dream. Chaos.

  • Noirluv45

    Patricia, I respect your experiences. I’ve hear things like this before. I think it’s typical. Black = bad. White = good. I get it; I really do. However, I’ve experienced good and bad in both. For me, it wasn’t always about race, but about class. I will never diminish my people. Many of us have a tendency to do that. I have a friend who is very self-loathing. Black folks are N’s, yet she’d never call a White person (she’s married to one) a cracker or any other racial slur. It’s pathological.

  • Noirluv45

    Oh, and regarding White’s and how education is so important…many of them here, whether rural or suburban are strung out on drugs and their children are a mess. I used to be a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) in the Pacific Northwest (mainly White) and I can tell you stories about what I’ve seen and heard, so this White folks got it right mantra is erroneous. That’s my reality, but I respect yours.

  • nick c

    Does a teacher deserve an ass whipping? I can only imagine what your grades were in HS thinking like that.

  • nick c

    You are purposely distorting the facts those incidents arise from teachers taking advantage of mostly elementary age children NOT HS students.

  • nick c

    Thats every school in China and they are starting to blow us off the charts, these kids are just lazy and dont care go outside and play? LOL For HS? Come on thats the problem you got parents babying their kids until they are into they 30s.

  • nick c

    The whole every kid is mentally ill getting played out for real.

  • nick c

    Then your point was kinda irrelevant

  • Jussjess25

    Dam.. im sorry to hear that

  • https://twitter.com/Chicagowise Chicagowise

    Teachers should be allowed to carry guns and use deadly force. Most public schools are nothing more than glorified detention centers.

  • Pedro

    Hope they expel this MF kid, time to teach them a lesson ??????

  • anjanette b

    Parents and teachers have become so stupid & childish & controlling that kids don’t like us anymore. When u see children acting like lunatics we have to ask yourselves what the hell is going on with the adults of the world.

  • BloodBlood

    1 up

  • Marlika

    I hate to say this but if I were that teacher that little mofo would be dead once I got up off the floor. The DA would have to worry about charging him with anything. ??

  • Chaseboogie The Prince

    This is crazy. I work with teenagers and I swear I couldn’t do it in a high school. Kids do not respect their parents so of course they don’t respect authority. I’m pretty sure there isn’t a father in the house, and I bet the mom is working 2 jobs to keep a roof over his head, but he’s still choosing the roof with the bars and no windows.

  • Realnigga101

    Hopefully Sheriff Clark deals with this kid personally and shows him what is like to be a real man by punishing him severely.

  • Solstice

    A daycare? ? Oh wow ? I mean I’m not oblivious but wow. I understand your anxiety as well as your mom’s if she experienced it too. God is very good. I went to high school in the 90’s. All kinds of stuff was going on smh. I might have had anxiety too. I believe there were special schools for students that were pregnant or parents at that time. Yeah…it’s wild out here.

  • Torae

    It sounded like and saying it are two different things. If I wanted to say it there would be no need to imply?…also let’s not pretend what I said was not true…it’s not a blank statement either…statistically speaking those schools you speak of are failed school systems. I was educated in a failed school system. It wasn’t a walk in the park it was violent EVERYDAY…most people didn’t come to school to learn, teachers would go out their way to help students like me that wanted to learn, students read at a very low reading level…also yes there are some schools that are not that bad but most are….and of course socio economics plays a part… Socio economics has ALOT to do with most failing school districts, crime etc..but we know that. If I said ” I would never put my kids into an all white school.”most would agree with that statement because we all know what can happen to black children in a school that is 95% white( I would never do that as well)but since I said black y’all mad when you all know damn well what goes on in an black inner city public school…black people always want to act like things don’t exist. I’ve been black my whole life I know our mess gets swept under the rug and we dont acknowledge it….The schools suck and my children would never go to one EVER. I’m a woman that was in and out of foster homes since the age of 8, lived in a million hoods went to a million hood schools and they were all the same…a lot of things I been through half of you wouldn’t even survive. Sue me if I want better for my children.????? I would work three or four jobs before I put my children in a school where kids are fighting teachers because if kids are fighting teachers all of the other things I mentioned are going on in that school as well….

  • SpiceGirl

    must say….school has def changed since I was in school. The kids have no respect or fear! Damn shame!

  • AnotherBlackGirl

    A lot of parents aren’t teaching their kids anything and thats why we have situations like this. This boy who hit this teacher is nothing but a bully who has no respect for authority nor respect for himself, because he hasnt been taught that valuable lesson which starts at home.This teacher was wise to walk away.

  • Nophace

    Blame the parents/village or lack thereof that’s supposed to be raising this child! It all starts at home!!

  • Mo Mobetta

    How tf is this Trump Fault. People will blame any and every body except for who’s to blame.. every post I look at it’s 45 fault.. why you blaming him ask wtf did 44 do for the black community. First black President to not do shyt for his community, congrats!

  • Giantstepp

    I just turned 47, and if I was a teacher, no way in h&ll a 16 year old boy would think about doing this to me. They can pop off at the mouth all day, but from the way you carry yourself, walk and talk as a MAN, should make them think twice about going this far. I am not blaming the teacher, but something was lost in the relationship early on. Most 16 year old boys don’t physically challenge grown man.

  • Waya Hedia

    PLEASE don’t raise any kids.

  • Waya Hedia

    You win the dumb award for the day.

  • chris

    Single parent children that have sense.

  • chris

    Lolol

  • chris

    That last line is pretty sad statement to make. I want better for us.

  • free

    everybody has a plan, until they get punched in the mouth. – mike tyson

  • chris

    A mixed school in Newark or another town?

    Newark has some decent black schools now but that’s a new development.

  • chris

    Deflection all day can’t tell black people nothing that’s why they hate Cosby and Barkley.

  • free

    if teachers were allowed to defend themselves and make examples of fools like this, i.e. beat the brakes off his azz, then we would have less classroom violence. now the teacher has to get punked or lose their job or go through some administrative foolishness. what will we do when NOBODY wants to teach our children?

  • chris

    Where is a majority black Town with a great public school system. Let me know please and I’d move there in a second. What Torae mentioned is sadly the norm for majority black schools especially here in NJ and NYC. Schools within a walking distance of each other and they’re night a day in terms of quality and safety.

  • Alicia.Ashe

    Clown find a corner.

  • Alicia.Ashe

    You are a delusional idiot

  • chris

    I remember Princeton University sent a couple professors to my school to introduce to what ivy league classes would be like. They offered it free and Hella disruptive kids showed up and they were not prepared for that environment and ditched the program after one year. Only thing I learned from that is that I was different than a lot of my peers.

  • Noirluv45

    I’m not talking about a majority Black town. I’m talking about making broad generalizations like some White folks do. Are their tore up majority Black schools in the country? Yes. I never said there weren’t any. What I’m saying is that some Black folks tend to paint with a broad brush, and I’m not falling for it. We all know that schools in predominately poor areas are sub par. It’s an economic thing, not always a racial thing. Have you heard of Appalachia? Yes, I thought you have. Do you know how “well” that all-White region is doing? If not, I suggest you check it out.

  • chris

    Im sure you can find some terrible white towns but I am only speaking from my experience in the NJ nyc and dmv area. Even the richest county pg county in MD not that great. It’s not all economics. My town was not that poor. It’s a culture problem.

  • Noirluv45

    Hey Nick, many of them are. I know we tend to through that label on them just to excuse their behavior, but there are a lot of them that truly are mental.

  • chris

    Dam right about that. We call each other the n word all day like it’s normal. White people bury the skeletons in their closet but we wear ours like a badge of honor so it spreads.

    White people way worst than us but we don’t known how to manage our image. Terrible pr

  • Dowoop

    Since you have no comprehension skills whatsoever. If the father is not in the household (according to this idiot) what does that maje it???

  • Dowoop

    And all two parent household kids have sense? Kids in general lack common sense hence the reason they are sent to school.

  • Lisa daniels

    Same to you. Now stay off my font, bish.

  • Torae

    Awww my feelings are hurt ?

  • Waya Hedia

    Doesn’t work that way. I post where I want to. You may want to take a day or two and learn how to use the blockers.. and learn what a ‘font’ is.

  • WillyWonker

    Who’s raising this kid ??? Whoever it is blame yourself for why your kid has a record now and will be expelled from school… raise your children with respect for adults because if not it’ll be on your conscience for not raising them correctly why they won’t amount to anything or get arrested or even worse!!! It’s a domino affect and it starts with the parents!!! Smh

  • OvertheMississippi

    I am an English teacher. I comprehend well, but I can also spot BS!! ??????????

  • Dowoop

    Clearly not!!

  • Noirluv45

    OK, I understand. Depending on where we are, we have different points of view, so I respect your experiences.

    Now, the thing is, what can we do about it? Black folks have been talking for decades about what’s happening in the hood, but what can each individual do to solve the problem. I’m not saying we have all the answers because I recognize the fact that White supremacy is real. We’ve spend decades trying to get out from under its feet.

  • Noirluv45

    Unfortunately, many of us don’t, Chris, but what’s encouraging is that many of us do and we are trying to override the negative stereotypes that are so systemic. For example, have you noticed how all “studies” done on Black people are negative? I heard once on 20/20 that Black people are the world’s Good Samaritans, and we are, but we’ll never hear about that. What’s even more sad is that we believe the hype. We are much better than we are made out to be. I see Black men who are strong family men. I see Black people who are educated and of good moral standing. These images will never be in the forefront because everything Black has to equate to being bad. Thankfully, some of us will never call one another the N word.

  • chris

    Yeah is very unfortunate how prevalent the word has become it’s used almost interchangeably with man nowadays and it’s us using it towards each other. I can’t think of one black rapper singer or show that doesn’t use it. They’re all sell outs in my eyes and I’ve boycotted them all. As far as I’m concerned, if you’re not showing black success and excellence without crime, ratchetness, or racism (n word) attached you are part of the problem. Long gone are the days of the Cosby show or fresh Prince they don’t want us seeing any functional blacks anywhere.

  • On the radar….

    I want to know what caused this 16 year old to snap. School just started, damn….

  • Xsjado

    Hey thanks!

  • Xsjado

    Never said it was his fault. Have a great day!

  • TeeTee

    I agree because I dive Uber from time to time, and I hear about what riders do to drivers, and I always say – it’s how you present yourself. You are being sized up and people will try you. If you carry yourself accordingly – you won’t be tried as much. But if it got that out of hand. I would have had to pin him to the ground, call his mamma, call the principle, and call the police…

  • TeeTee

    And P.E. I was chilling.. and if you do right you got out of school at 12 like me.

  • Alicia.Ashe

    They better not be

  • MRiGOThim

    if that’s u in da pic…u look good for 47!!!

  • Bee jaay Cee

    I sympathze with teachers these days.

  • Indies beauty

    Oh wow that sounds crazy.

  • Indies beauty

    That is so true I also substitute for the county that I live in and when I sub predominantly black schools or Title 1 schools, the kids are crazy. You can’t really get mad at the kids or judge them because as soon as you see their parents pick them up you understand everything