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Goodrich Teacher Who Filmed Boy Stuck In Chair Sparks Controversy [VIDEO]

Parents of a student at Oaktree Elementary in Goodrich are considering filing charges against a fifth grade teacher who filmed their 10-year-old son with Asperger Syndrome, while he was stuck in a chair during class.

What is causing the most controversy is what teacher Nicole McVey and school Principal Michael Ellis are heard saying on the tape. McVey is not commenting as to why she recorded the incident, and is awaiting a tenure hearing in hopes of keeping her job. As for Principal Ellis, he has resigned.

Watch and listen to the footage below. What are your thoughts? Should this teacher be fired?

ABC 12 – WJRT – Flint, MI

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