I hope Miranda's parents aren't paying for her to attend the Sacred Heart Catholic Academy for this outrageous handling of this incident. I was a teacher and could never understand some of the intolerance among other teachers towards their students or other students. Some people just simply don't belong in teaching careers. That she can speak her Native language is remarkable. Maybe speaking it when she should have been paying attention in class wasn't the best thing to do, on her part. But her teacher replying the way she did was inexcusable. The teacher is the one who needs suspended, not Miranda. This is a sad day for teachers everywhere in any school setting to see something like this happen. For social workers, which was my last career, the teacher and school has been abusive towards Miranda. Now the school is back-tracking, trying to make what's wrong right. The damage has already been done. I'm sorry for the attitude this Sacred Heart Catholic Academy has. It reminds me of what was done to Native American's for decades, which was, trying to assimilate the Native American into White culture and not caring about their culture or their Native language. This is a shameful day for that Academy. They have a lot of explaining to do to many people.