Teacher pulled from classroom after slamming parents and student on Facebook

Dec. 16, 2013
Teacher at Torrance, Calif., elementary posted a message calling one of her autistic students "a hot mess"

A special-education teacher in the Torrance (Calif.) Unified School District has been removed from the classroom after infuriating parents with a Facebook post saying she was about to enter a meeting with “crazy parents” to discuss an autistic student whom the teacher describes as a “hot mess.” The Daily Breeze reports that the teacher, Suzanne Hutton, led a class of seven children with autism at Howard Wood Elementary School.

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