A woke fourth-grade teacher who said on social media that her classroom was ‘built for non-white students’ can keep her job after a school district investigation found no ‘policy or policy violations. law”.
The teacher, who has not been named, has been suspended since posting a video of herself talking about her new role at William Penn Elementary School in Mill Creek, Utah in August.
“For the first time in my life I’m teaching in a predominantly white school and I’m quite interested to see how students and parents react to my class or if they even notice anything about it because she is designed for non-white students,’ she said on the social network.
“If you look around and interact with some of the materials I have, you will notice that there are no white children depicted.”
After the post went viral, Dr Nichole Higgins, the school principal, called the teacher’s statement ‘very disconcerting’ and said ‘it is inappropriate for an employee to cause students feel unwanted in any way”.
But the teacher has now been cleared of breaking the rules or breaking the law and will be allowed to keep her job. She will likely transfer to another school in the district and issue a creeping apology for her virtue signaling behavior.
The identity of the teacher has not been confirmed, although DailyMail.com has contacted a woman believed to be the teacher for further comment.
The former William Penn Elementary School teacher, pictured, will not be fired for saying her class was ‘built for non-white students’ but will likely transfer to another school in the Granite School District .
Parents also became furious with the social media post.
‘When white people woke up, they became racist. She shouldn’t be allowed below 500 [yards] from any school let alone teach in one. Wow. Fed up with these idiots,’ Brock Fetter wrote on the Granite School District Parents Facebook group.
Administrators promised to investigate, but on September 23, according ABC 4 News in Salt Lake City, they found there was no evidence of “violations of policy or law” or “cases of discrimination of any kind within the classroom or among students in the school.” ’employee”.
District officials told the TV news station that “employees in their free time and personal life have the right to free speech.”
William Penn Elementary School investigated one of its new fourth-grade teachers after she made allegedly discriminatory statements, but ultimately found no ‘violation of policy or law’
The teacher, who has not been named due to threats against her on Twitter, will likely move to another school in the district.
Although they found no wrongdoing, Granite School District officials said they “disciplined the employee appropriately and in accordance with the findings of the investigation.”
They also shared an apology the teacher wrote:
“I sincerely regret the disruption to the school, faculty, community, families and especially my students. The expectations in my classroom are to be safe, responsible and respectful. I built my room classroom for all learners and to accommodate all families,” the teacher wrote.
“I have and will continue to ensure that every student feels welcome and represented in my classroom, and I strive to provide an inclusive environment and ensure the safety and comfort of all my students.
“I also want to reiterate the importance of parental involvement and salute their involvement in the education of their children. I am committed to following state and district-approved standards, curriculum, and materials for ensure the success of my students.
The Granite School District’s Non-Discrimination Policy, posted on its website, prohibits discrimination, harassment, or retaliation based on race, color, sex, pregnancy, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or other legally protected classification.
Dozens of woke teachers have made headlines in recent months, after their social media antics were shared by conservative Twitter accounts including Libs of TikTok.
Many have sparked fury by vowing to teach children controversial and controversial subjects such as critical race theory and gender theory.