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Thursday, 17 February 2011

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Teacher Natalie Munroe Defends Blog That Insulted Students (VIDEO)

Pennsylvania teacher Natalie Munroe was suspended last week after posting profanity-laced rants online which called her students "out of control" and "disengaged, lazy whiners."

Now Munroe, who teaches in Doylestown, Pa., outside Philadelphia, is firing back, defending her blog.

"I don't think I did anything wrong," Munroe told ABC News. When asked if she was concerned anyone would find it, she said, "No, not really, not ever, in fact, it was up there for over a year, nobody found it." ( Read Natalie Munroe Blog more... )

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The Natalie Munroe blog has stirred controversy over the Pennsylvania school teacher’s First Amendment rights. Munroe defends her insulting blogposts about her students and states, “I don’t think I did anything wrong,” according to ABC News . Monroe used the name “Natalie M” and never disclosed the name of the school within the posts. ( Read Natalie Munroe Blog more... )

Natalie Munroe: The real life Sue Sylvester? We compare their greatest insults

Pennsylvania high school teacher Natalie Munroe was suspended without pay after her school found out she was writing blog posts about her students for her friends and family to read. The 30-year-old teacher showed no remorse when she appeared on "Good Morning America," saying, "I don't think I did anything wrong." ( Read Natalie Munroe Blog more... )

Natalie Munroe Blog: Would You Want Her Saying THIS About Your Kid? (VIDEO)

People use their personal blogs to vent about just about anything and everything. From their husbands to their parents to their babies, but one blogger is under fire her her topic of conversation. Pennsylvania teacher Natalie Munroe blogs about her students with a blunt honesty about how she feels about them. Did she cross the line?

Some of her comments about her students on her blog include: ( Read Natalie Munroe Blog more... )

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Natalie Munroe Blog, (UKPA) – An American teacher has become a star on the Internet by writing a blog withering attack her students lazy. Natalie Munroe, who teaches English in the middle-class neighborhood of Central Bucks School in Feasterville Pennsylvania State, asked why today’s kids are so motivated. His school subsequently suspended her. In the profanity-laced blog, which has since been removed, the 30-year-old student called her “disengaged, lazy whiners” and complained that they were “just generally annoying” and “disobedient, disrespectful oafs. ( Read Natalie Munroe Blog more... )

Natalie Munroe Blog Gets Teacher Suspended

Natalie Munroe blog has gotten the high school English teacher suspended for writing insulting comments about students, parents and co-workers.

Munroe admitted she wrote insulting comments on her public blog after parents found out and complained to school officials.

Munroe's blog,, has been shut down. ( Read Natalie Munroe Blog more... )

Teacher Natalie Munroe Suspended For Insulting Blog Posts About Students

Natalie Munroe's blog has come under fire recently. The Pennsylvania teacher not only insulted teachers, administrators, but also characterized students as 'rat-like' and 'dress like a street walker.' Watch her interview right now.

Natalie Munroe continues to support her blog despite being suspended with pay. The Central Bucks East High School English teacher in Doylestown, Pennsylvania vented about her job on the site and constantly insulted students.

'I don't think I did anything wrong,' Munroe told ABC News. ( Read Natalie Munroe Blog more... )

Natalie Munroe Blog: Teacher Crosses The Line? (VIDEO)

Natalie Munroe’s blog is making major news today. There are millions of blogs out there, and every day, brand new blogs are popping up that are written by women, and moms in particular. What makes Natalie Munroe’s blog so controversial is the fact that she is a teacher who blogged about her students…and didn’t exactly say the nicest things about them. Did Natalie Munroe’s blog cross the line of what is acceptable behavior for an educator? ( Read Natalie Munroe Blog more... )

Courtesy : The Huffington Post , College News , ZAP 2 It , Babble , U.S.S.Post , Third Age & Terra

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