California teacher flips out on students over distance learning complaints

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A teacher in San Marcos, California, was caught on camera yelling at students over their parents’ distance learning complaints during a Zoom class.

The teacher at San Marcos High School, identified by Fox News as Alissa Pirro, could be seen chastising the students while they appear to be discussing a dispute over distance learning.

“I am so sick to my stomach of parents trying to tell educators how to do their job,” Pirro shouts at the camera in the online class.

In the video — posted to Twitter by a group called Reopen California Schools — Pirro explodes on one student who calls for a “white student union.”