Teacher Not Fired for 'Offensive' Facebook Posts

, New York Law Journal

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A fifth-grade teacher who posted on Facebook that her students are "all the devils [sic] spawns" and that she wished they would drown cannot be fired, a unanimous New York state appellate panel ruled Tuesday, affirming a lower court judge.

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  • RICK

    no wonder the schools in NYC are so bad. it appears the judiciary is just as bad in condoning behavior and insensitivity exhibited by this "teacher" - wishing your students would drown illustrates a wonderful relationship between this person and her students. What a role model she is.

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