Wednesday, December 07, 2011

Anderson: Teacher Abuse Caught on Tape, Stars of 'Hot in Cleveland,' Top Baby Names of the Year

First Topic: 14-year-old special needs student abused and bullied by teachers
Guests: Brion, had daughter secretly record abuse by teacher
Brian Garvin, Attorney represented Cheyanne
Dan Mordarski, Attorney represented Cheyanne

Second Topic: Cast of Hot in Cleveland
Guests: Valerie Bertinelli
Wendie Malick
Jane Leeves

Third Topic: Top Baby Names of the Year / The 'Anderson Cooper' Effect
Guests: Linda J. Murray, Editor-in-Chief of
A mom and her 9-month-old named Anderson.

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AC360 Transcript
AC360 Podcast

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aries moon said...

I hope the teacher who didn't resign after bullying the young student is fired, but considering that there was no apology made to the student and her family by the teacher or school, I guess it's not likely. There is no place for an abusive teacher in any school and they should be weeded out.

ACAnderFan said...

Today's'Anderson' was pretty good, better than I expected it to be. Why did the parents of the bullied girl keep her in that school while all this was going on. Instead of letting the girl suffer like she was they should have pulled her out. It went on for 3 years why would you let your kid suffer like that for 3 years? I don't like the show Hot In Cleveland but I did like hearing what the ladies of the show had to say. They seem like a fun group.

judy said...

Caught Ellen today because she has adopted Oprah's gift give-aways.
Only she is marketing this idea with QVC which is smart.
Ellen sells pet products on the Q, so it was natural for her to hook-up with this electronic shopper.
The audience went wild for the gifts as you can well imagine and it was good free advertising for QVC.
In between commercials, I flipped to see what AC was doing, and low and behold he was "playing what looked to be a nonsense game, with a team from Hot In Cleveland.
All I can say is, I'm sorry I missed the teacher abuse story, if only to "punch holes in it."
Student abuse exists, but it is rare, if only because of the "liability aspect," every teacher is afraid of.