Substitute teacher at Winfield Scott School No. 2 in Elizabeth allegedly taped mouths of students

Munford Henderson says the teacher used duct tape

Munford Henderson says the teacher used duct tape to tape his daughter's mouth shut. His daughter, Angelique Correa Henderson, 9, says the teacher became frustrated because she and the other students were talking too much. (June 4, 2014 11:12 PM)

A father in Elizabeth is livid over the unconventional method a substitute teacher allegedly used to enforce "quiet time" in the classroom.

Munford Henderson says the teacher used "hobby" tape to tape his daughter's mouth shut. His daughter, Angelique Correa Henderson, 9, says the teacher became frustrated because she and the other students were talking too much. The third grader says the...

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