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What is Next Now that the Teacher Walkout is Over?

What is Next Now that the Teacher Walkout is Over?

A former substitute math teacher at a high school in CT is facing charges after allegedly encouraging boys to fight in his class during school hours, according to state police and ABC affiliate WTNH in New Haven.

But, hours later, OEA then made two specific demands, both of which seemed to be non-starters.

The fights are detailed in an arrest warrant. The incident allegedly involved four boys, ages 14 to 16.

Alberto Morejon, the eighth grade social studies teacher at Stillwater Junior High School who started the Facebook page organizing a walkout that now has nearly 80,000 members, wrote that Stillwater teachers will still be at the capitol on Thursday. Fish attempted to get him to go for round two when he stopped vomiting.

"Continue to fight after the kids was already hurt".

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Moorehead wrote that in the fights, the boys were always unevenly matched; one student was much smaller than the other student.

Ryan Avery Fish, 23, told police he only wanted to be liked by the students. The audio also captures the sounds of multiple hard hits the students are receiving throughout the fights. I'll be totally honest with you, I was just trying to reach the kids.

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Hall says the bats cost about $1,800 in total. "He had a relationship with some of the students". Fish, who has been charged with reckless endangerment, risk of injury to a minor, and breach of peace, is out on $75,000 bail and is set to appear in court in early May.

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