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This mother suspected all was not well with her son at school;she tried a trick to crack the mystery

By Shubham

None of us love to be bullied. It is something that hurts our self-esteem and self-confidence and leaves deep marks on our psyche. For children particularly, bullying can impair their personality growth for the entire life and prevent them from growing into sound individuals.

But here is one boy who goes through the awful experience at his school and the offender is not another student - batchmate or senior but one teacher! A teacher is supposed to be the guide for a healthy future but not in case of this five-year-old student at Banyan Elementary School, Westchester, USA, who found himself at the receiving end from a 32-year-old teacher who was even adjudged the 'teacher of the year' at the same school.

This mother suspected all was not well with her son at school;she tried a trick to crack the mystery

But the matter came to the light not because the boy, Aaron complained about the teacher. Seeing her son behaving weird and refusing to attend school, Aaron's mom Kandy Escotto planted a recording device inside her son's school bag and it allegedly recorded all that the teacher told her son. She claimed the teacher even called her son a "loser" and "needled" him in front of his class. In another clip, the teacher was found hearing that she felt sorry for the boy's mother. Even the principal of the school was accused of removing the boy from the class.

After the change of his class, Aaron changed for the better.

The school authorities said they would probe the matter thoroughly and take "appropriate action".

Credit: WayneDupreeShow; Published on Rumble

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