"Not a teacher's job to teach your child manners" says Anele Mdoda

"Not a teacher's job to teach your child manners" says Anele Mdoda

Anele Mdoda has weighed in on the now viral video showing a school teacher slapping a pupil after an argument. She says that it’s not the teacher’s job to teach a child respect.

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She was one of many who took to social media to share their thoughts on the video.

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She believes that it is not the educator's job to teach pupil's manners, as that is the job of the parents at home. Many agreed with her.

"It’s not a teachers job to teach your child manners, you teach them manners and teachers educate them…”

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Briefly.co.za reported on the video showing a teacher losing her cool, and slapping a student at Sans Souci Girls' High School in Cape Town yesterday. The learners in the class have sided with the teacher.

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There were of course differing views, and she went on to add that the teacher was also to blame for how the incident escalated.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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