Officials with Washington's Stevenson-Carson School District admit that teacher Kem Patteson's discipline methods were "inappropriate." But they say she was well intentioned, so they returned her to her Stevenson High School classroom. Patteson would have students who violated her rules spin a "wheel of misfortune" to determine their punishment. Among the possibilities was being pelted with Koosh balls by Patteson and the rest of the class.
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