SHOCKING KANSAS CITY SOUTHWEST TEACHER CONFESSIONAL!!!
The Kansas City pile-on continues as a teacher confirms what TKC readers already know . . . Kansas City Public Schools are out of control, plagued by violence and unable to discipline students.
KCTV5: Teacher talks about life at Southwest following alleged rape
The teacher confirms the principal, Edwin Richardson, was one of several school personnel places on administrative leave while police investigate the alleged rape. The others reportedly included teachers the district felt should have been keeping a closer watch on the hallways, hallways they say are filled with nooks, crannies and closets – all places for students to hide out of the view of surveillance cameras.
"You can tell by where they congregate and where these sorts of things happen that they know when they're on film and a building that age, there's just a lot of places to hide," the teacher said.
With fights breaking out nearly every day and some students who flat out refuse to follow any sort of direction, teachers say it can be a rough job.
"It can be very difficult. On a good day it's fairly chaotic. On a bad day it's basically impossible to control," this teacher said. "There's definitely been a lot of sadness, a lot of anger, it's been a very difficult week."
Mark it down . . . This might be how the KCPS earns state control.