Utah Teacher Fired After Telling Class 'Homosexuality is Wrong'

A substitute teacher at a Utah elementary school was fired after she allegedly told the fifth-grade students in her classroom that "homosexuality was a sin" during a pre-Thanksgiving classroom lesson centered around students expressing why they were thankful.  The Salt Lake Tribune reports the students at Deerfield Elementary School in Cedar Hills, Utah, she launched into an angry anti-homosexual rant when an 11-year old student expressed that he was thankful he was going to be adopted by his two fathers. The school confirmed the incident in a statement to ABC News on Sunday.According to the students, the woman said: "Why on earth would you be happy about that?" And for the next 10 minutes, she lectured the 30 kids about her own views, how "homosexuality is wrong" and "two men living together is a sin." She looked at the boy, too, and told him: "That's nothing to be thankful for."The substitute continued ...Read more

Homme Problème Agence Ancien Porte-parole Incident Ecole Ordre Femme Actualité Décision Relation Etudiant Année Société Content Office National de l'éléctricité et de l'eau potable Journée Dimanche Lundi

Articles similaires