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Former O.L. Slaton teacher’s aide sentenced to 15 months for sending obscene material to student
No jail time for gym teacher caught having sex with teenage student | WOAI
Lillian White was terminated from her job for wearing this Black lives matter mask. Lillian White, an art teacher at Great Hearts Western Hills , a public charter school in San Antonio, began wearing a face mask that read "Black Lives Matter" and "Silence is Violence" after the charter school reopened in the summer for in-person workdays amid the coronavirus pandemic. At the time, students were not on campus. White said she wore the mask to demonstrate her support for Black students and faculty, but also to advocate for an anti-racism action plan and a more diverse curriculum. Protests over racial injustice erupted across the United States this summer after several high-profile killings of Black people by police. The Black Lives Matter movement has been central to the protests.
Recent arrests of coaches and teachers for sexual misconduct
Worth after pleading guilty to sending nude pictures to a student under After she serves her time, she will be on supervised release for one year. She will have to give her DNA and register as a sex offender. Part of her supervision is that she has no unsupervised contact with anyone under the age of She cannot loiter near places where children frequently congregate.
From January through December , teachers in Texas permanently lost their teaching licenses following allegations of impropriety with a student, according to data from the Texas Education Agency. About half of these teachers were charged with a crime. The most common charge was "improper relationship between educator and student," a felony. Charged : teachers Not charged : Unknown :