A third-grade teacher at Mill Plain Elementary school was "out of the classroom" Monday as the district investigated two complaints about whether that teacher's policy, which requires students to pay fake money to go to the bathroom, led to students wetting themselves in class, according to KATU.com.
KATU first revealed the controversial classroom policy last week after Jasmine Al-Ayadhi complained that her 9-year-old daughter, Reem, had an accident in class as a result of the "pay to potty" policy. The story prompted the Evergreen Public Schools investigation.
"I'm so angry!" Al-Ayadhi told KATU on Monday. "When it comes to the bathroom, that's a health issue."
H/T: Huffington Post
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