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Teacher suffers broken humerus after beating from student

Teacher suffers broken humerus after beating from student

Boy, 15, reacted violently after being told off

ROME, 01 March 2024, 16:56

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A teacher at an upper secondary school near Taranto in the southern Puglia region is suffering from a broken upper arm after being beaten up by a student for telling him off, local media reported on Friday.
    The student, 15, reportedly reacted violently with kicks and punches after the 55-year-old teacher scolded him for banging against his car with his rucksack.
    The incident took place outside the 'Elsa Morante' hotelier school in Crispiano on Wednesday morning.
    Carabinieri police are investigating.
    The government of Premier Giorgia meloni has made several moves to address the issue of violence against teachers in Italian schools after a spate of incidents perpetrated by both students and parents.
    On February 8 research agency Eurispes said one in four Italian high school teachers has been attacked by a student at least once in their careers, after a teacher was stabbed in the back by an angry student near Milan a few days previously.
    Further, the polling institute said some 17.6% of teaching staff had been threatened by students.
    Overall, in the entire school system, one in 10 teachers have been attacked and 16% had been threatened at least once, said Eurispes, publishing its second report on Italian schools and universities.
    Photo: Education Minister Giuseppe Valditara.
   

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