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Student-teacher in Tennessee dismissed over Black History Month assignment on slavery 

 

A Tennessee school district dismissed a student-teacher after the young educator taught a Black History Month lesson to fourth-graders, asking them to recite graphic, violent methods to control slaves, officials said Thursday.

The student-teacher's lesson plan, given to youngsters at Waverly Belmont Elementary School in Nashville, was centered around the notorious — and perhaps apocryphal — 1712 speech by slave owner William Lynch, "The Making of a Slave," officials said.

After reading the material in which Lynch purportedly advocated for physical and psychological torture of slaves, students were asked, "To keep their slaves subservient, plantation owners should" with a series of blank bullet points for youngsters to fill in.

"A student-teacher was dismissed and asked not to return to Waverly-Belmont as a result of teaching material that was not age appropriate or within the scope of sequence for the 4th grade class," according to a statement by Metro Nashville Public Schools.

NBC News

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Children, Choices, Education, Employment, Environment, Hate, Horror, Hostility, Interference, Misrepresentation, Parental Burden, Politics, Reckless, Responsibility, Threat, Youth

Filed under: Health/Food

06-Feb-2020


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