A high school teacher in Israel incited a major student protest today after she accidentally emailed several juniors an internal "burn book"-like document containing many disparaging and insulting comments made by the school's teachers about their students.
The teacher was reportedly put in charge of collecting information from the teachers at the Yitzhak Rabin High School in Kfar Saba about potential troublemakers ahead of a field trip to various Holocaust sites across Poland.
One student was said to "have a voice like a 4-year-old girl," while another was flagged for having "a thing" for boys.
Students showed up at the school this morning with their individual put-downs taped to their shirts.
The school's principal, Ruth Lazar, released a statement saying, "we will draw conclusions about our behavior and the way we express ourselves."
"This is not about a human error from a teacher who accidentally sent the email, this is about the fact that the document should not have been created in the first place," said education activist and Member of Knesset Karin Elharar.