A Georgia teacher was reportedly put on administrative leave this week after publishing a description of the Confederate flag in a high school classroom as an announcement that "you intend to marry your sister."
The description of the Hephzibah High School teacher was Augusta's WRDW-TV reported that the Confederate flag is on the board with a photo of a Confederate flag. Think of it as a white garbage save the date card. "
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The parents posted a photo of the description in the social media.
" She found It's offensive, so she sent it to me and asked me what I think, "Melissa Fuller said of her daughter who was in the teacher's classroom o WRDW. She posted it on Facebook.
" Many are not morally correctly. It's unethical, "Fuller told WRDW," It's just something you do not want to discuss today in today's world and especially in a classroom. "
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The district gave a statement from To the controversy, which read in part: "The Richmond County School System is committed to creating a diverse, equitable learning environment for students.The language used in the example was unacceptable and has no place in our classrooms." [1