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Out of control: Pennsylvania teachers beg administration to deal with unruly, violent students

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Out of control: Pennsylvania teachers beg administration to deal with unruly, violent students

In Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, students are allegedly assaulting teachers, disrupting classrooms, and damaging property. Teachers are also begging for help from administrators. (Ricardo Arduengo/AFP/Getty Images)

Obnoxious students in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, are allegedly assaulting teachers, disrupting classrooms, and damaging property. Teachers are begging administrators for support, saying the situation is out of control, The Patriot-News reported.

Shockingly, some of the worst behavior is reportedly coming from some of the youngest students in the Harrisburg School District.

“Teachers and students are being hit, kicked, slapped, scratched, cussed at … and observing other students flip over tables, desks and chairs. Teachers have had to take the rest of their class into the hallway to protect them during these outbursts,” Harrisburg Education Association President Jody Barksdale said.

Amanda Sheaffer, a first-grade teacher, shared some of her experiences.

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