Baltimore City Schools is also looking into the incident, and according to a statement, “are working with BCP to cooperate fully in the police investigation of the incident and will take any action warranted once the investigation is complete.”
“I sent him to school thinking he was going to learn and be protected in their custody. And no one was there to protect him,” Jackson said. “They couldn’t even tell me where my son was. He was on the floor bleeding, knocked out, didn’t know what happened.”
Now on day two in the hospital, she’s demanding answers.
“I just want justice for my son, I just want justice for him.” Jackson continues, “He shouldn’t be able to work at nobody’s school, doing that to nobody’s child.”