NJ Teacher to Appeal Firing for Urinating in Class, Having Students Empty Pee-Filled Bottles

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  • PATERSON, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey second-grade teacher will appeal his firing for insubordination and inappropriate behavior, including urinating in class, his lawyer says.

    The Record newspaper reports Ron Tuitt released a statement in which he denied sending students to flush bottles of his urine. He has taught in Paterson’s schools since 1996.

    State Education Commissioner Christopher Cerf approved removing Tuitt’s tenure protection and firing him on April 18.

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