Russian Teacher Forced To Quit Over Controversial Photos Posted On Social Media

11Close to pedophilia

Many parents even blamed the teacher’s photos as the reason for a rise in pedophilia. Posting images like this by teachers can be misunderstood by young children leading to a love based relationship forming was the parent’s reason. This was completely wrong and something parents should comment about teachers.

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12The spread of the movement

Soon the news spread and many teachers all over Russia took part in it and showed their disgust over the parents complaining against a teacher’s freedom. Many took images in swimsuits and posted them on their social media and added the hashtag. Some teachers even complained about the low their wages were.

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13The main aim

The main goal of this was to make it aware to all parents that teachers are also human beings who have their personal lives and hobbies. This cannot be stopped by parents and should not be used to judge a teacher’s character or morals. If a teacher dresses inappropriately during school hours then that can be used against the teacher but not if the teacher wears something, that is deemed “inappropriate” after school hours.

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14What parents need to learn

Every teacher is aware that parents are worried about their children and want and need to protect them at all times. The world and our society are filled by dangerous and bad people but this does not give the parents the right to judge teacher’s characters based on the images they post online.

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15Our happy ending

If you thought that Tatyana was fired and her life was ruined by the parents then we have happy news for you. This story has a happy ending because when the story went viral the government of Altai Krai realized the mistake made by the school and offered Tatyana to teach a course on the rules of conduct in social media. She gladly took up this offer and will be teaching at the Institute of Advanced Training for teachers.

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