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    Default One reason why I quit teaching to work at a prison

    I think the prison (Youth Authority) is actually safer!

    http://news.aol.com/article/woman-bi...incipal/388022

    Mom Bites Son's Principal, Police Say
    PROVIDENCE, R.I. (March 18) - A Rhode Island woman faces charges after allegedly punching and biting her 11-year-old son's school principal after being told the boy was being suspended.
    Police said 30-year-old Aleyda Uceta also bit an officer trying to arrest her after Friday's incident at Roger Williams Middle School in Providence.
    She was charged with assault on school officials, assault on police officers and resisting arrest.
    Principal Rudolph Moseley Jr. was allegedly assaulted after he told Uceta that her son would be suspended for three days for refusing to go to a room for misbehaving students.
    Police said Uceta punched Moseley in the face and bit his left arm.
    Attempts to reach Uceta by phone for comment were unsuccessful.

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    Attempts to reach Uceta by phone for comment were unsuccessful.

    Yea, like I'm sure the reporter wanted to interview her in person.
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    Do you suppose the son's behavior in school is reflective of the mother's attitudes?

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    Yup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M Richardson View Post
    Do you suppose the son's behavior in school is reflective of the mother's attitudes?
    Of course it does...but that will never occur to her.

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