A college professor in California has been caught scolding students in support of police after the video went viral.
An unnamed Cypress College educator had a fierce argument with her student Brandon Ellis, 19, when he said he thought the police were a “hero”.
Ellis told “Fox & Friends Weekend” Saturday that he believed his teacher tried to catch him during “gotcha,” but he remained calm throughout the exchange.
“I think they are superheroes in a sense because they come up to your needs and help you,” Ellis said in a video call first reported by the Daily Wire, the professor interrupted and spoke about El. Liss repeatedly as he tries to defend his point after presenting it according to the video.
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The exchange attracted enough attention for teachers to take a break from studies, and Cypress College released a statement to support the exchange.
“Cypress College takes great pride in promoting a learning environment for students in which the exchange of ideas and opinions is an integral part of the educational path,” said a statement posted on the college’s website. “Our communities fully embrace this culture. Students are likely to defend one another’s right to free expression, despite the fact that they have differing opinions. Not accepted ”
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The teacher is an assistant who has no intention of returning in the fall to teach additional classes.
Teacher leave will be “Throughout her assignment at Cypress College,” according to Cypress College, it is investigating the full exchange between teachers and students and will deal with it more fully.
When asked if he was concerned that the teacher might punish him for his speech, Ellis admitted that he had thought of what would have happened as a result of the exchange.
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“When I saw a video recorded on our Zoom … by her, I was worried about my grades and about my class and my future at that college. But I think students … shouldn’t be afraid to speak up, ”Ellis said.
He encourages students to use “Tenderness” and “respect” when standing up for their beliefs.