An Alabama teacher is under fire for allegedly making fun of his students with disabilities on his Facebook page.
Celeste Dennis said she was outraged to find that her son’s second-grade teacher had posted disparaging remarks and photos on Facebook regarding her son and other students in his special education class.
In one photo, the teacher, Jeremy Hollinger, is wearing a helmet that Dennis says her son uses during physical education class because he experiences seizures.
Other postings on Hollinger’s Facebook page include comments about students who eat crayons or go to the bathroom on themselves.
Officials with the Mobile County Public Schools say they’ve taken “appropriate measures” to address the situation, but declined to comment further.
For her part, Dennis said she transferred her son to another school and would like to see Hollinger removed from the classroom.
“It takes a special type of person to deal with special children, and he is not that person,” Dennis told WALA, the Mobile, Ala. FOX affiliate. To read more click here.