A teacher is under fire after a video emerges of her mistreating a special child (Video)

A teacher is under fire after a video emerges of her mistreating a special child (Video)

A Kentucky elementary school teacher has been sacked and is facing assault charges after a video emerges of her dragging a child suffering from autism.

According to the child’s mum, the incident occurred on Oct.24 with the teacher pulling the child from his wrists and dragging him in the hall in front of the other kinds.

The school official told that the teacher is removed from the staff and the police are also looking in this matter.

The teacher will face further action on the assault charges.

The mother of the child, 9, told that his son is suffering from various diseases. The mother took his son to the hospital and the doctors told them the child had suffered right wrist sprain.

The mother has re-enrolled his son to another school after this incident.

Senior editor of the Chicago Morning Star

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