White Texas middle school teacher who told black students their race

Officials confirmed Monday that a white Texas middle school teacher who was captured on video telling black students that she believes her race is “superior” no longer works at the school. .

“Last Friday, November 11, Pflugerville ISD officers were made aware of an inappropriate conversation that a Bohls Middle School teacher had with students during an advisory class,” Pflugerville Independent School District Superintendent Douglas Killian said in a statement. was together.” “As of Monday morning, November 14, the teacher in question is no longer employed by the Pflugerville ISD and we are actively seeking a replacement.”

The unidentified teacher was captured in a video that went viral in a classroom that included black students saying, “Deep in my heart, I am ethnic, which means I think my race is superior.”

“I think everyone thinks so,” said the teacher. “They’re not honest about it.”

When a student asked her to clarify if she was a racist, the teacher replied, “I think everyone is racist at that level.” A black student then explicitly tells the teacher that he no longer respects her.

Killian apologized to parents for any “stress” the video caused, and said statements made by the former teacher were not in line with the school district’s “core beliefs.”

“We want to reiterate that this conversation does not align with our core beliefs and is not a reflection of our district or our culture at Boehls Middle School,” Killian said. “Pflugerville ISD and Bohls MS staff work together to create an inclusive and welcoming environment for all of our students.”

“The advisory discussion was inappropriate, inaccurate and unacceptable, and this type of conversation will not be tolerated in any PFISD schools,” Killian said.

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