FL Teacher Calls Black Kids “Rats That Infest the Class”

Photo credits: WJAX-TV (CBS 47)

A teacher who works at a Jacksonville, Florida elementary school that is named after a prominent, historical black American figure is facing disciplinary action for what allegedly came out of her evil and racist mouth.

According to WJAX-TV, a local CBS News-affiliated media outlet based in Jacksonville, Jordan Cataldo (pictured), a teacher at Carter G. Woodson Elementary School might be out of a job. Cataldo reportedly said some terrible things as the previous school year was coming to a close this past May.

Carter G. Woodson Elementary School is a part of the Duval County public school district. Officials representing Duval County Public Schools launched an investigation of Cataldo’s acts and found that there was enough evidence to take action against her. However, punishment for Cataldo’s act will take place at a later date.

“[The Duval County public school district’s administrators will] take appropriate action [against Cataldo] in accordance with the collective bargaining agreement when school resumes for the 2017-2018 school year,” a spokesperson for Duval County Public Schools said in an official statement.

Read more on this news story here at TheBlackHomeSchool.com.

 

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