The Times learning blog has a piece that allows students to offer comments about what repercussions should be faced from inappropriate Facebook comments. It also asks whether kids feel Rubino should have been fired.
What's interesting is that when you account for kids who assume that Rubino was saavy enough with Facebook back then to realize it was public (my opinion? she wasn't. She had no clue how social media worked and mistakenly thought her comments were private) and account for the kids who felt that this was Christine's general opinion about kids (I don't think it is at all. Word is she loves kids and vented that terrible post after one bad day.), most kids seem rather forgiving of her actions.
Read the comments below, though. They're definitly worth a peruse.