Ms. Bair had an emergency and had a substitute for several days. Before returning to school Ms. Bair called the substitute to check on what was what. The substitute began on a tirade on how terrible the class was and that they were probably the worst class he had ever taught. He described how uncooperative the class was and how several students refused to do what was assigned. After working through all the problems on the first day, still two students from the class continued to be uncooperative the next day. As a result they stayed after school (high school) or stayed in for recess (middle school). The next day the two were still uncooperative and they were sent to the principal who was talking about putting them into in-school suspension when he left school. Ms. Bair says okay I get the picture, apologizes for the students’ behavior, and promises to call him when the matter has been appropriately resolved. When she returns to school and talks to the principal she finds that the information she was provided by the substitute over the phone was accurate except that the principal didn’t issue the in-school suspension, as she decided to wait until tomorrow, when you returned, and confer with you about the whole situation.