Georgia Substitute Teacher Fired After Calling Black Students "Devils"

Maria Perez
Sep 23, 2019 - 1:00
Georgia Substitute

A substitute teacher in Georgia has been fired for allegedly writing a note that described Black children as “devils,” and white children as “angels." The letter was first reported to CBS46 by a parent with a son at Bernard Awtrey Middle School in Cobb County, Georgia. The parent told the news station that students saw the note,, took photos, and sent it to their parents. In a Facebook post shared by CBS46, the parent wrote: "And please, if you're reading this ... don't say how you're sorry this happened to my son who is a...

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One Reply to “Georgia Substitute Teacher Fired After Calling Black Students "Devils"”

  1. The headline is misleading and inflammatory. Later, the author writes “that the substitute composed two lists, one titled ‘angels’ and the other titled ‘devils.’ The names of black and white students appeared in both columns. ” This is not what a teacher should be doing, but the article makes it out as if it was a purely racist thing. I expect better from that teacher and this news organization.

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