Special Needs Teacher Resigns After Video Appears to Show Her Knocking Down Student
Instructor Amelia Stripling quit her position with the school district after the boy's parents were notified.
A Georgia special needs teacher has resigned after surveillance video appears to show her knocking a 4-year-old student to the ground.
The incident happened at the Tift County Pre-K Center in Tifton on March 17, CBS affiliate WALB-TVreported Thursday. Instructor Amelia Stripling quit her position with the school district after the boy’s parents were notified, the station said.
Mom Sarah Patterson said the teacher kneed her son in the back, sending him sprawling on the floor in front of a classroom.
Tift County school officials have reported Stripling to the Division of Family and Children Services, the station reported. It was not clear whether she had retained an attorney.
Her teacher’s page has been removed from the school’s website, the station reported. She had worked at the school for 20 years, officials said.
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