Many students in our country face many challenges every day, both educationally, emotionally, and socially, and very often have disagreements with their acquaintances.
But disagreements between students can often lead to more serious problems.
This is also the case here, where two students face expulsion from school after an altercation between them escalated into a fight in which a teacher was injured and had to be transported to a hospital for treatment.
According to the school officials, the teacher attempted to intervene and stop the fight between the two girls, but ended up hospitalized due to injuries sustained in the fight. Reportedly, the teacher was knocked to the ground and complained that she felt disoriented.
Emergency crews were immediately summoned to the Detroit public school. They determined the teacher had suffered a light concussion and was transported to a nearby hospital for further treatment.
According to the latest information, the teacher was released from the hospital a day after the incident, which occurred on March 10. She is currently recovering and is in good condition.
Information on whether the students were injured in the fight was not released.
Detroit Public Schools Community District issued a statement regarding this incident, saying, “While breaking up a physical altercation Thursday, March 10, a staff member was hit and sustained a light concussion. The staff member is in good condition and reported to school Friday, March 11. The administration followed the proper protocols and the appropriate discipline was issued to the students involved.”
The school says students who fight or come into physical contact with a teacher that results in injury will be expelled from school and must attend a hearing with their parents or guardians to decide whether or not they may return to school.