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A Californian high school teacher Alissa Piro was caught yelling at Zoom at students over parents’ complaints about virtual education and their request to return to face-to-face classes.

The video of Alissa Piro, an English teacher at San Marcos High School more than 30 miles north of San Diego, was first posted on Facebook, then re-posted on the Reopen California Schools Twitter account. In the clip, Piro says she encourages students to talk to her about their parents’ problems with virtual classrooms.

“If your parent wants to come talk to me about how I’m not doing a good enough job in distance learning based on what you need as an individual, just dare them to come out because I’m so sick to my stomach of parents trying to tell educators how to do their job,” Piro said.

“I have never once gone to a doctor’s appointment and tried to tell my medical health provider how to treat me,” she continued. “You know why? Because I know nothing about that. I didn’t get my degree in medicine.”

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The video has approximately 63,000 views until 1:00 p.m. EDT.

A group of North County public school parents sued California Governor Gavin Newsom and other state leaders over the reopening of public schools, arguing that the requirements were unfair.

The San Marcos Unified School District has progressed towards a mixed model with students on campus two days a week; this is a structure that will be implemented for the rest of the year. Another case is asking the district to expand face-to-face classes for middle and high school students.

The video has approximately 63,000 views until 1:00 p.m. EDT.

A group of North County public school parents sued California Governor Gavin Newsom and other state leaders over the reopening of public schools, arguing that the requirements were unfair.

The San Marcos Unified School District has progressed towards a mixed model with students on campus two days a week; this is a structure that will be implemented for the rest of the year. Another case is asking the district to expand face-to-face classes for middle and high school students.

According to Fox News, a mother on the private Facebook group where the video was posted said that Piro was a bully, and the words were frequent.

Another mother told Fox News that she told Principal Adam Dawson about the video weeks ago. Piro reportedly described his behavior as “inexcusable” and said he would address it.

Tiffany Campbell, interim inspector of the San Marcos Unified School District, told the US TODAY that an employee was on administrative leave, but did not say that the problem was Piro, claiming he was under investigation.

The student recalled that Piro was afraid to join his class, a feeling shared by more than three students who only spoke to Fox. He said that most of his classmates knew that in order to pass the course and avoid the embarrassment of being belittled in front of their peers, they had to write assignments that fit Piro’s political views.

“I knew I had to change my political views just to please him and get a passing grade,” he told Fox News. “It either screams or disappoints you, or it makes us feel small for what we believe in.”

Another student said, “He is often politically acting as he thinks COVID and return to school is unsafe,” adding that Piro will often oppose former President Trump’s border wall and gun control policies.

“Learning stops as soon as this happens,” his mother told Fox News.

Another parent, who was taught by her daughter Piro at a High-Tech Secondary School in 2013, described her as a “lousy teacher” with “bad manners”. The mother said that Piro was eventually fired, but the parents were not informed of why.

As parents increasingly “annoyed” Piro’s behavior, many notified principal Dawson of disturbing videos a few weeks ago. Dawson admitted that Piro’s behavior was “inexcusable” and promised to address it.

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