by ADN

May 2, 2020

Capture1The results of an opinion poll Autism Daily Newscast reported to you the teacher who recorded an autistic child stuck in his chair at Oaktree elementary school on February 26 show an overwhelming YES vote to firing Nicole McVey.

Our readers voted an overwhelming 97% vote calling for action to be taken against Ms McVey who filmed student with his head stuck in a classroom chair in November last year whilst the rest of the class looked on.  Click on image to enlarge or go to original post to view final numbers.

The principle of the school has resigned over the matter last year but Ms McVey is still teaching and the Goodrich school board still support her in this matter.

Thank you to all the readers who took the time to participate in this survey.

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