Transcript for Boy Allegedly Forced to Use Right Hand At School
hot button, a little pre-k student forced to write with his right hand. The boy's mom claims the teacher called left-handedness unlucky and sinister. The teacher under investigation here. Long way from the sandlot. First game in the majors? You don't know "Aarp". Because this family is enjoying a cross-country baseball stadium trip they planned online at aarp travel. It's where your journey begins with inspiration, pl, booking, and hot travel tips from real pros. If you don't think seize the trip when you think aarp, then you don't know "Aarp". Find more surprising possibilities and get to know us at aarp.org/possibilities. Now here's a look at what's ahead on the "Gma morning menu." A big night with the idea of wickedness. I thought I had read it wrong. Reporter: Sands says she complained to the school but the teacher hasn't been disciplined. They were supposed to fix it because that's their job and they didn't do their job. Reporter: In a statement to ABC news, Oklahoma's department of education says it is investigating. Adding it is deeply disturbing if the allegations are accurate. No young child should be made to feel shame because of the hand he or she favors. The school's superintendent telling ABC news overnight "We are aware of the situation and take it very seriously." We reached out to the teacher for comment but have not heard back. For now, sands is keeping zayde home from school and says he's back to using his left hand and that the teacher's insistence on using the right was just plain wrong. For "Good morning America," Mara schiavocampo, ABC news, new York. You've heard that in years past. In the 1950s. But not -- Not today. Not today. In fact, I think being lefty is such an advantage in sports -- crazy.
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