“The picture showed up of the teacher topless,” said Joshua Troutt, 13, describing the incident that occurred at Highland Middle School.
From the school district:
Those students have been suspended and threatened with expulsion.
And also from the school district:
“A teacher gave certain students access to a school-owned IPad, which had been assigned to her, for a precise purpose of working within two different applications. The students explored the IPad and went to unauthorized applications, one of which was IPhotos. Unbeknownst to the teacher, a picture which was on the teacher’s personal cell phone had been stored in ICloud and therefore streamed to her school-owned IPad.”
Seriously. You’re in middle school. You know what people topless look like. As a student, you find that on an iPad and say, “Oh, well, look at that!” and then you move on with your life. Suspension and expulsion, if true, is the wrong way to go about that.
Clearly, this district does not understand. You do not write iPad IPad.
(Via Benjamin Mayo.)