Wang Mous blatant abuse and insult to students is not only a serious violation of teachersmorality, teachers law and education law of our country, but also a possible violation of criminal law.
According to reports, Tingting (pseudonym), a 13-year-old girl transferred to Shangdan High-tech School in Shaanxi Province half a year ago, was abused by Wang Mou, the head teacher, for her poor grades. She even asked the students to respond to her insulting behavior. She recorded more than 100 abusive recordings in 20 days, totaling more than 20 hours. After the incident was reported by the media, it attracted wide attention.
On the morning of July 14, the official website of Shangzhou District Government announced that after preliminary investigation, the abuse situation was true, and it would be seriously investigated and punished, and Tingting would be provided with shift or transfer. It is reported that at noon on July 14, the relevant leaders of Shangzhou District of Shangluo City led the principal and the teachers concerned to admit the mistakes to the students and their parents and apologize.
On the evening of July 14, the result was announced, Wang was given a record of punishment and his teacher qualification was revoked. Other relevant managers and supervisors involved in the matter shall be dealt with seriously in accordance with the law and discipline after the investigation by the district joint investigation team is completed.
It should be said that the relevant departments of Shangzhou District punished Wang quickly and responded positively to social concerns. But that does not mean that the matter has come to an end.
Firstly, there are still many reflections on the protection of minors. Secondly, on the way of protection of minors, the legal responsibility to pursue can not be less.
In recent years, violations of minorslegitimate rights and interests such as campus violence and sexual assault have occurred from time to time. The whole society is calling for strengthening the protection of minors rights and interests. As the closest contact group with minors except parents, schools and teachers should take the initiative to protect the legitimate rights and interests of minors, regardless of their professional requirements or social responsibilities, instead of rushing to the front line of humiliation and injury. But judging from the case, some educators have not kept the bottom line.
In a society ruled by law, law is another important criterion for judging many things outside morality. As a teacher, Wang Mous blatant abuse and insult to students not only seriously violates teachersmorality, teachers law and education law of our country, but also may violate criminal law. Correspondingly, if the teachers behavior seriously violates the legitimate rights and interests of students, in addition to administrative penalties in accordance with the norms of teachersethics and school rules and regulations, the relevant responsible personnel should also be investigated for legal responsibility, even criminal responsibility.
According to the provisions of the Law on Punishment of Public Security Administration in China, anyone who openly insults or fabricates facts to defame others may be sentenced to detention for not more than five days or a fine of not more than five hundred yuan; if the circumstances are serious, he shall be sentenced to detention for not less than five days but not more than ten days, and may also be fined not more than five hundred yuan.
According to the general understanding, public insult refers to verbal or other forms of attack and insult on others in public. Compared with abusing others in the street, abusing minors in front of other students in the classroom may cause more serious inner harm to the insulted minors, but also cause adverse effects on other students, leaving hidden dangers for vicious incidents such as campus bullying. Moreover, considering the particularity of juvenile cases, it is obvious that the law does not have to intervene after such tragedies as juvenile jumping suicide.
The protection of juveniles by law should be comprehensive, pre-emptive and preventive, and it must not occur until serious consequences occur.
In the classroom, long-term abuse and isolation of students, which is love students or harm students self-evident. To protect the legitimate rights and interests of minors, if they fail at the level of schools and teachers, where will we start?
Therefore, it is more necessary to protect studentsrights and interests by law.