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Children Find Raunchy Photos Of Teacher On iPad, Get Suspended

Children Find Raunchy Photos Of Teacher On iPad, Get Suspended

Why is it that when it comes to sexual stuff, it’s almost always the teacher, and not the student, that’s responsible. Two children from Highland Middle School in Anderson, Indiana got suspended after accidentally discovering dirty pics of their teacher on her iPad, The Herald Bulletin reports (via Gizmodo).

The children were asked to use two specific apps but got sidetracked and went into iPhoto to discover the pics. Its unclear whether the teacher was indeed topless, but it seems that she wasn’t quite at that stage when the photos were taken.

Herald Bulletin press release:

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.

This is a clear sign of child prejudice. The teacher has to take full responsibility. Giving an iPad to children knowing it contains raunchy photos is a really stupid thing to do, and the kids getting suspended is an absolute joke. Sure they shouldn’t have been looking in iPhoto, but it’s no excuse from the teacher’s perspective. What has the world come to!

  1. Eric says:

    I agree. The kids weren’t knowingly looking for these photos. They discovered them. This is on the teacher, not the kids.

    1. Daisy Louise says:

      What were they looking for? Pictures of puppies? They knew they were wrong, they just didn’t care. Probably because there are no consequences for them.

  2. Dennis says:

    That’s crap, the kids were given specific instructions to only use two apps, they decided that they didn’t have to listen to those instructions and could do what ever they wanted, the kids have to learn they are responsible for their actions. As for the teacher the photos were in the cloud not stored intentionally on the device, she has to use her wad and not be foolish next time, but she shouldn’t take the fall for the two kids

    1. Daisy Louise says:

      They are kids, she was stupid to trust them. But then again she was stupid to have pictures like that on an internet capable device anyway. It is just a ticking time bomb. She is lucky the students didn’t send her pictures anywhere.

  3. Alec says:

    wrong, Dennis – it’s on the teacher – yes, iCloud can be confusing – but as a teacher using a school-issued tool (the iPad) – it’s her responsibility to ensure that none of her personal iPictures end off anywhere accessible on the iPad…. the iPad is made for exploration

  4. Lukroi says:

    Henry, the author, is clearly extremely biased and is twisting the facts the he presented. The press release stated that the teacher didn’t k ow about the photos, then the author says she did. Which is it? Maybe the suspension was due to a policy about iPad misuse. Many schools have mandatory suspensions for certain policy violations. There’s not enough info from this story to place blame.

  5. Taylorconor says:

    There is no way this is on the teacher! if the kids looked up some porn site in safari instead of finding that photo, would you hold the same view? Those sites are just as accessible as looking through photos in iPhoto – its completely the kids fault

  6. Greg says:

    This is on the kids. The kids were told to use only 2 applications. They decided to be children and go through the iPad thus suffering the consequences. Granted the teacher should have made sure that the photos weren’t on there but in the end the kids still looked at something they shouldn’t have. People need to stop making excuses for children

  7. Stuart says:

    I think they’re both to blame… Do the kids deserve to be suspended? No. I work in a school and at the end of the day they were just being kids. Ok so they were given a task to do, but if you didn’t have an iPad and you were given one, of course you’re going to want to play with it! The teacher was also stupid to have her personal iCloud syncing with her work iPad. Ok she may have wanted to share contacts/emails/calendars etc. but it’s her responsibility to check private stuff isn’t syncing. To be honest, if she wasn’t completely exposed, there’s no real harm done. They should just get on with life and worry about more important things! And if she was, well, the kids have to do sex-ed at some point!

  8. hungryd says:

    yes! punish the teacher more!

    especially for the children who’ve been taught by their parents to violate other people’s privacy! it’s totally the teacher’s fault. and, while we’re at it, let’s ALSO blame the teacher for her students’ obesity. because that’s TOTALLY her fault as well.

    also, she had a tampon and a condom in her handbag and the kids, well: you KNOW how kids are! they went snooping into her bag and found this stuff and then USED it. and that’s totally the teacher’s fault.

    also, the teacher is attractive and that interferes with some of the students’ ability to focus during class-time and their parents’ abilities as well: fathers can’t focus during parent/teacher night because she’s too hot and mothers get offended that their husbands aren’t paying more attention to their wives.
    the teacher needs to be held accountable for that.

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