(DAILY MAIL) -- A California teacher has been recorded on a Zoom call daring parents to 'come at me' if they have a problem with the way she's running her virtual lessons.
Alissa Piro, a 39-year-old teacher at San Marcos High School, was captured ranting at students in a video that was later posted to a private Facebook group, and shared on Twitter by an activist group calling for the full reopening of California schools.
Newly released video of a @SanMarcosUSD HS teacher going off on students and their parents over distance learning and other issues. Originally posted to FB. Apparently this is a common occurrence. pic.twitter.com/pjEN80kLNh
— Reopen California Schools (@ReopenCASchools) April 12, 2021
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She was complaining about a plan to go back to in-person learning that has been driven by parents' suing school boards across the state.