Pang-aapi umano ng isang titser sa estudyante na nag-viral, iimbestigahan ng DepEd

Pang-aapi umano ng isang titser sa estudyante na nag-viral, iimbestigahan ng DepEd

- The post of a netizen about an alleged bullying of a student by a teacher is being investigated by DepEd

- As per ABS-CBN's report, it was the aunt who posted the alleged words used by the teacher in maligning the student

- The aunt stated that the child came home crying on the first day of school and when asked could not say what went wrong, so she wrote it on paper

- In the paper, the alleged conversation as written by the student showed that she was called as "bruha" and "bobo"

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The post of a netizen, which showed an alleged bullying by a teacher of a Grade 5 student has gone viral, and it is now being investigated by the Department of Education.

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Photo: Jeannie Vargas
Source: Facebook

As per ABS-CBN's report, an aunt of a Grade 5 student from Camarines Norte, posted the alleged exchange between the student and the teacher.

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Jeannie Vargas narrated that the child came home crying. And when she asked what happened, the child could not allegedly narrate it verbally.

Instead, she said that the child wrote down what allegedly transpired.

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The child, in the letter, alleged that she was called as a "bruha" and "bobo" by the teacher.

In another report, the storm Florita has caused suspension of many classes.

Viral stories are often the ones that touch the emotions of people. Many of these stories are about how people overcome the obstacles facing them and became victorious. Others are about humorous circumstances, though there are a few that talk about sad endings.

One recent viral story is about a 58-year-old mother and her son who were classmates in senior high school and who both graduated recently has gone viral. Maria Cecilia Cadiz, a vegetable vendor, and her young son John Gabriel, who also happened to be her classmate, graduated together from the Bais City National High School. She attributed everything to the Almighty’s “right and perfect timing,” adding that she was very happy she finally graduated from high school.

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Another viral story was about a student who exemplified the meaning of multitasking when she handled a fast food drive-thru task while attending her online class, as shown in a video posted by the Philippine Star. Her manager, who saw she was using her mobile phone while working was about to reprimand her when he saw she was actually attending her class while taking orders from customers. The manager decided to hold off on his reprimand because of a personal reason. There have been many cases where students would attend online classes while working to help sustain the needs of their family.

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