There are some things about our kids' teachers we just don't want to see.
Pamela Rogers Turner, a former elementary school teacher who was prosecuted for having sex with a 13-year-old student over a three-month period, is in trouble again--this time, for posting racy photos and a sexy striptease video on her MySpace page.
See the video for yourself:
Although Turner's profile has since been taken down, it brings up an interesting question: Should teachers have MySpace pages at all?
CNN reports that state legislator Jane Cunningham is sponsoring a bill in the Missouri House of Representatives that would ban elementary school teachers from having social-networking friendships with their students. In addition to the bill in the Missouri legislature, other school boards, teacher unions and parent-teacher associations across the country are drafting policies and issuing advisements about which online or text messaging relationships are acceptable.
We're sorry, but we just don't want to see our kids' teachers' "girls gone wild" moments on the 'Net. Sure, she might like getting sloshed on mojitos come Friday night (and we would too, after a week surrounded by fourth graders), but--when it comes to teachers--this is just TMI. Too. Much. Information.
Do you agree?