“Get pregnant next year.”
“When the nosebleed stops, text me that it has stopped.”
After the death of a new teacher at Seoi Elementary School in Seoul, the Ulsan Teachers’ Union collected cases related to the infringement of teaching rights, and over 200 cases were collected over two days.
According to the Ulsan Teachers’ Union on the 27th, only about 200 cases were disclosed in the ‘Survey on Infringement of Teaching Rights’ conducted for union members for two days from the 25th to the 26th.
Elementary schools had the most cases with 168 cases, followed by middle schools with 15 cases, high schools with 7 cases, special schools with 9 cases, and kindergarten with 2 cases.
Teachers complained that ‘malignant complaints from parents or unreasonable complaints (40%)’ were the most common type of infringement of teaching rights.
Next, a significant number of teachers complained of ▲noncompliance, disregard, and rebellion against legitimate life guidance (33%)온라인카지노 ▲student verbal abuse and assault (17%) ▲parent verbal abuse and assault (10%). It was not a simple violation of educational activities, but there were many serious contents that insulted the personality of teachers.
Among the notable examples was a parent drunkenly calling at 2:00 a.m. yelling at them or texting them daily to report on their child’s behavior.
The Ulsan Teachers’ Union said, “Through this case recruitment, it is not yesterday or today that the word ‘classroom collapse’ has been talked about, but now it can be seen that the violation of teacher rights has reached a serious point threatening the survival of teachers.”
According to the union, some parents called teachers day and night and made threatening remarks when a teacher reported child abuse.
A case in which a parent insulted a pregnant homeroom teacher, saying, “Why did you take over as homeroom teacher?” There was also a case in which a teacher was told to “get pregnant next year.”
Cases in which a student spit in the teacher’s face, punched and cursed at the teacher, and made sexually harassing remarks or actions to the teacher during class were also disclosed.
There was also an argument that schools need a unified complaint window. The union said, “Currently, individual teachers are handling all complaints from parents. Not only during class hours, but also during non-working hours, it is common for parents’ complaints to invade their privacy,” and urged “Schools should create an integrated complaint window so that only important information related to students’ education is communicated to the teacher in charge.” did.
He then insisted, “The law on child abuse against teachers should be revised and teachers should be excluded from school violence work.”
Meanwhile, the Ulsan Metropolitan Office of Education announced that the number of teachers who applied for honorary retirement at the end of February and at the end of August of this year was 208, a record high on an annual basis.
By school level, 70 elementary school students, 106 middle school students, and 31 private school students applied for dropout of secondary school teachers the most.