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Autistic Boy Carried a Recorder in His Backpack and 2 Teachers Ended up Being Fired

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Camden Davis is the name of the 12-year-old kid, who attended the Hope Academy in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The academy specializes in treating kids with special needs and as they mention in their website, they promote “inclusion, encouragement, positive relationships and recognition of student accomplishment.” Not only they didn’t do that in Camden’s case, but they even made fun of him and his difficulty in following the rest of the class. His mom noticed that he was in distress after coming from school and was certain that something was wrong. That’s why she decided to put a recording device in his backpack. The outcome was way more surprising that anyone could expect.

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This is 12-year-old Camden Davis, who is severely autistic

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His mother Milissa decided to have him enrolled into Hope Academy, which specializes in kids with special needs.

She started noticing signs of distress on Camden

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It wasn’t long after the boy started attending the school that his mother started noticing signs of distress on him after coming back from school.

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That’s why she decided to hide a recording device in his backpack

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Camden wasn’t able to vocalize the source of his distress, so his mother had to find another solution.

The recordings unveiled the reality that Camden has been living

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He was being bullied, but not by his classmates, but his allegedly experienced teachers.

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