A Texas school board voted that a teacher who tried to report unsupported students in her administrative division to Donald Trump through a series of public tweets — that she thought were non-public messages to the president — ought to be unemployed.
The city freelance administrative division nemine contradicente voted 8-0 to terminate the utilization of Georgia Clark at a special meeting Tues. She still has a chance to charm the vote with the state, NBC Dallas-Fort value reports.
Clark, an English teacher at Carter-Riverside high school, tweeted that the college she worked at had been “taken over” by “illegal students from Mexico,” that Trump was elected “on the promise that a wall would be designed to shield our borders” and tweeted multiple statements referencing “illegals.”
The tweets started gaining attention on social media last week, and Clark’s account was deleted could twenty nine. She was placed on body leave when the college district became awake to the tweets.
Clark has antecedently been investigated for similar comments, per district records obtained by NBC Dallas-Fort Worth
Clark is additionally presently below investigation for a criticism that she allegedly told a student to “Show American state your papers … you’re black,” when the coed asked for permission to use the toilet.
According to district documents, Clark told an investigator she thought the tweets were direct messages to President Trump and didn’t grasp they were public.
The Hispanic student population in city freelance administrative division is sort of 63%. The city Star-Telegram according that concerning 88% of the scholars at the college Clark had been teaching are Hispanic.