A teacher put a cardboard box around the seat of an autistic child and labeled it the "bad kid fort." Principal Pam Goots says the box put around a Parkersburg High School student was "bad judgment," but she insists this wasn't meant to humiliate the child. This child in particular needed more attention as he has Asperger's syndrome. That should have put away the thought from her head, and use a bit more compassion. An average of 62 percent of the kids on the spectrum report that they're bullied at least once a week in school. A problem that certainly involves unprepared teachers who surrender to temporary personal feelings.
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