Chris discusses a court decision that empowers the EPA, the breakup of John Edwards and Rielle Hunter and the case of Natalie Munroe, the teacher who posted comments on her blog about her students and was fired yesterday. He talks to Ed Rendell about their appearance together tonight at the National Constitution Center, Tom McGrath from the Philly Post and Roy Halladay’s wfie, Brandy.
The Central Bucks East High School English teacher who made national news with her blog is out of a job.
The district says she has a legal right to employment, but so far 60 students have asked to be kept out of her classes. Those requests have been granted.
Chris thinks Republicans should rally around John Boehner’s debt ceiling plan. He examines the cases of a police officer fired for going to a bar while on duty and a teacher reinstated after posting comments about students on her blog. Finally, he talks to Senator Jim Demint about his oppostion to Boehner’s plan.
A Bucks County teacher who was suspended over a blog in which she called students “disengaged, lazy whiners” has been reinstated.
Central Bucks School Board members have been silent up to now, but that changed Tuesday night. Some members called the teacher’s blog malicious and unprofessional, the question now is what they are going to do about it.
Students at Central Bucks East High School rallied in the school parking lot Sunday to show that they are not the “lazy whiners” that suspended school teacher Natalie Munroe labeled them.
Natalie Munroe, a Bucks County high school teacher suspended from her job over profanity-laced posts on her blog, says she was speaking the truth about students who are unwilling to put in hard work at school.
School district spokeswoman Carol Counihan says CB East teacher Natalie Munroe admitted to writing the blog, which has since been taken down from an independent site.