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Teachers That Got Instant Karma and Humiliated By Their Students (14 Stories)

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    Text - this-isnt-my-bra Once my friend Henry was accused of wearing wireless headphones by a substitute so she said for him to hand them over so he took them off and handed them to her. Then later on she asked him a question and he didn't respond so she said it louder and he still didn't respond. She asked why he was not responding and he said "I can't understand you ma'am, you took my hearing aids." lolodapsycho HOLY SHIT
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    Text - mamoru time we had a sub that was handing back papers and called my name. I asked if omeone could grab it for me and she started mocking me for not even standing up. taunting me asking why I was not walking up to the front to get the paper myself. my classmates went dead silent and after the sub's laughter ended someone informed her that the wheelchair parked nearby belonged to me
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    Text - 6. [deleted] This happened to a mate. The English teacher at his high school had to supervise the PE class and was not happy about it. He gathered all the boys and said "OK, pick two teams". Once the boys were split up he said "Alright team one, you run clockwise around the oval. Team two, go anti clockwise. When you meet, have a fight, I'm going to the fucken pub". Then he stalked off, muttering. Teacher of the year
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    Text - necrosurge My sister once had her insulin pump ripped off of her because her exam proctor (a sub) thought it was some cheating device. He soon figured out that it was, in fact, not, when the port on her side (the place the needle goes in) started bleeding through her shirt. Her pump started beeping frantically, because that's what it does, and it was general chaos until my sister ripped what's basically her pancreas out of his hands, told her friend "Let the next proctor know I'll need ex
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    Text - 8. BulbyBlast One of my teachers didn't let this kid go to the bathroom after he told her it was an emergency. He responded by shitting his pants and leaving it all behind on his seat as he left. He gained my respect that day.
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    Text - the-ongoing-flame Literally schools are shit with disabilities. In elementary school I was having a high blood sugar reaction(cold sweats to rapid passing in and out of consciousness, vomiting and finally leading to a massive seizure before you die) and I KNEWI had to go to the nurse cuz I was getting worse. Kept telling my teach I needed to go and he kept saying no till finally I felt myself about to throw up and I'm screaming LET ME GO (i was a little kid to me i couldnt do anything in
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    Text - 15. [deleted] My favorite teacher ever-English, freshman year of high school-walked up to my desk, picked up my white-out, took a super deep sniff, shuddered, said "that's the stuff," and walked away.
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    Text - allegrawillow I don't know how many of you are still in school but I have some valuable knowledge that might actually help with this problem! In the United States there's this thing called a 504 Plan that you can get which basically gives you legal protection from disability/chronic illness discrimination in public schools. Students can qualify for 504 plans if they have physical or mental impairments that affect or limit any of their abilities to: walk, breathe, eat, or sleep; communicat
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    Text - 5. zombiezzrule When I was in year 8 I asked my teacher if he had any glue. He said no, but there was another sticky substance he could produce for me. Never been so scared in my life.
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    Text - Examples of accommodations in 504 plans include: preferential seating, extended time on tests and assignments, reduced homework or classwork, verbal, visual, or technology aids, modified textbooks or audio-video materials behavior management support, adjusted class schedules or grading, verbal testing, excused lateness, absence, or missed classwork I'm a type one diabetic and my school nurse would do stuff like keep all my meds in a locked cabinet, not let me take my insulin or test my bl
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    Text - So one day I casually mentioned all this to my endocrinologist and she was really mad. She was really angry at the school nurse for mistreating melike that and informed me of this thing called a 504 plan. A 504 plan protects students with disabilities and chronic illnesses from discrimination by outlining exactly what a student needs to meet their special needs. For me, this meant I had to be able to keep ahold of my own meds in case of emergency and keep track of my own glucose levels, t
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    Text - 3. BreezyyB Ihad a male math teacher in high school, Mr.Rod. One day he told us not to be afraid of counting on our fingers, he said and I quote, "In math fingers will be useful, & ladies you will find when you are lonely they will be your best friends." He was a fucking douche. Edit: this happened in Georgia, I don't know where he taught before. He said inappropriate stuff like this all the time.
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    Text - 11. traderjoestrekmix Teacher flipped over a desk and stormed out of the classroom cussing his ass off first thing in the morning after he put an answer on the board to a problem we were working on and some kid who missed it said "holy tits I wasn't even close."
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    Text - 29. fieldgrass A very pregnant student at my high school was loudly complaining about how swollen her feet had gotten, and the teacher responded with, "Well, at least you've got boobs now." He was removed.
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