Rate my teacher OK

3rd July 2009 at 01:00

A court in Germany has ruled that schoolchildren may rate their teachers online, rejecting the case of a woman who argued that her pupils had infringed her rights by giving her poor grades on the popular site spickmich.de. The German Federal Court of Justice found that pupils had the right to offer their opinions so long as their teachers were not hindered professionally.

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