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PA Principal Accused of Insulting Special Needs Student Keeps Job
A high school principal in southeast Pennsylvania is in trouble over something he wrote about a special needs student.
FOX News Radio’s Ron Flatter reports:
Some parents and advocates for the disabled want David Madden fired from his job as principal of Oxford Area High School in Pennsylvania.
(Meeting Goer) “Your behavior has been absolutely obnoxious.”
He was speaking at a school board meeting this week where Madden was confronted about e-mails he wrote in reference to a special needs student diagnosed as bipolar.
He called the student a psychopath.
(Madden) “I’m not allowed to comment. I have no comment. I’d appreciate if you’d let me walk.”
That’s about all Madden said to reporters after leaving a school board meeting where trustees voted to let him keep his job. But also telling him not to have anything to do with special needs students.
Ron Flatter, FOX News Radio.