CCTV captures teacher grabbing student’s hair and shaking her head

At one point, she pokes one girl at the table on the head so hard that the girl’s head jerks back. Not stopping at that, the teacher then grabs her by the hair and shakes her head.

In the city of Chongqing in southwest China, an abusive kindergarten teacher was filmed in a CCTV camera abusing the children in her care.

CCTV Captures Teacher Grabbing Student’s Hair and Shaking Her Photo credit: Facebook / Trending in China

The video shows her standing over one table at which four children are sitting. One could see that she is visibly upset and saying angry words to the children.

CCTV Captures Teacher Grabbing Student’s Hair and Shaking Her Photo credit: Facebook / Trending in China

At one point, she pokes one girl at the table on the head so hard that the girl’s head jerks back. Not stopping at that, the teacher then grabs her by the hair and shakes her head.

Photo credit: Facebook / Trending in China Photo credit: Facebook / Trending in China

At another instance, the teacher directs her anger at another child, this time a small boy, and does the same, grabbing a fistful of his hair and shakes his head.

According to Facebook page Trending in China, the grandmother of one of the abused children becomes aware of what happened and rushes into the room.

Photo credit: Facebook / Trending in China Photo credit: Facebook / Trending in China

In the video the grandmother is seen coming up the the teacher and began physically assaulting her, hitting the teacher on the head until another person has to pull her away.

What the video highlights is the importance of choosing the right school for your kids, a school that makes sure their instructors are not only qualified to do their job but that they have compassion toward their students.


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