Given the atmosphere in the public school system in general, we didn’t really need reason to confirm our choice to avoid public schools. However, this story is another thing that reiterates how many people in the system haven’t a clue about what an education is supposed to be about.
Before I go any further, I’ll put this on record. This chick? She has some killer curves, she hangs her dresses well, and I’m not going to hate on her since there was a day when I wouldn’t have thought twice about wearing a dress that was too tight or too short. This isn’t about my thoughts on her assets or my lack thereof.
She’s beautiful, and if she were going out on a date with her husband, or even to the club for those into the club scene, she should wear her dress and rock it all she wants. Not everyone subscribes to my Christian modesty standards, and I recognize that full well. But there are also places where she shouldn’t wear it. For example a funeral, a church service, a job interview, or a class full of impressionable students.
With all that out of the way, the story that was featured on the daily mail about the young woman dubbed, “The sexiest teacher alive“:
An Atlanta fourth grade teacher has caused a heated debate online over her form-fitting work attire.
Patrice ‘Tricey’ Brown – now dubbed ‘#TeacherBae’ on Twitter – has been called the ‘sexiest teacher alive’, but she’s also caused an all-out social media war over what is appropriate garb for a grade school educator.
Brown, a paraprofessional for Atlanta Public Schools, posted several pictures of herself to her now-private Instagram account.
As much as I am sure the male staff and developing young boys enjoy the scenery, school is not the place for this. Maybe they need to make the teachers start wearing school uniforms too.
That way, like the students they teach they can avoid the struggle of having to figure what is and isn’t okay to wear when they go to work.