Is ‘Hot’ 4th Grade Teacher Causing a Distraction in the Classroom?

How hot is too hot? No, she is not part of the “epidemic” of young teachers having inappropriate relationships with young students — this woman clearly looks as if she can get any grown man she wants —  but is her attire “inappropriate” for the young boys who may be swooning over her in the classroom?

Social media has proclaimed Patrice “Tricey” Brown the sexiest teacher alive, and her Instagram account has gone viral.

Ms. Brown is young, beautiful and voluptuous in a “Nicki Minaj” type of way, and doesn’t mind strutting her virtual stuff for her Instagram fans.

But while her sexy bikini pics are clearly not for the little ones to see, some feel her form fitting dresses may be a bit of a distraction for “Little Johnny” who is supposed to be learning math and science. The topic has been dominating morning drive times for radio listeners and is a hot topic on the Internet and social media.

Because of all the attention, Brown has changed her Instagram account , where she goes by the name of Paris Monroe, from public to private.

While some criticize, others are coming to her defense and are sounding off using the hashtag #teacherbae.

We took a gander at some of the photos posted by KBXX 97.9 the Box, and when she’s in the classroom, we see no cleavage and her skirts are hitting the proper place at the knee, so are people being unfair because her clothes are hugging her?

You tell us. And hey, this reminds us of that old “Martin” episode where the comedian lusted over his grade school teacher, “Ms. Trinidad,” who was played by the iconic beauty, supermodel Beverly Johnson.

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  • Understand the Challenge

    Interesting. I am a high school teacher with similar challenges so I can relate to this situation. However, I’ve chosen to deal with my situation differently. First of all, I’m male and I’m not nearly attractive as this woman. That said, she is amply endowed in the right places which garners attention on herself, and I like wise (use your imagination). My first year of teaching, within a few days I noticed girls laughing and gawking at me during lecture. I didn’t “get it” at first, but eventually figured out that I could not get away with wearing slacks that most male teachers normally wear. It revealed too much and I got stares/laughter. I then resorted to wearing the baggiest (and darkest colored) slacks in my wardrope. And even with those slacks, I sometimes get that unwanted attention by students. Is it fair (or an insult to me) that I have to be overly selective with my wardrope and “I can’t be myself and display my body the way God blessed me”? I don’t know, but I do not sweat it. Besides the fact that I do NOT want that type of attention from students (makes me very uncomfortable), I am their teacher and should eliminate any barriers that distract them from learning. This woman has a great body she should be proud of, but I feel she should consider her role/job and make better choices on her wardrobe with students. I have and the results are better in the classroom. And that’s what matters the most.