Middle school teacher under investigation for allegedly telling students to “go back to Africa.”
A middle school teacher at Hobby Middle School in San Antonio has been placed on administrative leave after being accused of telling students to “go back to Africa” when they didn’t stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. The grandmother of one of the students raised the concerns and reached out to school administrators. The district is currently investigating the matter.
Barry Perez, the spokesperson for Northside ISD, informed KENS 5 that a meeting has been arranged between Hobby Middle School Principal Lawrence Carranco and the family of the affected student. However, the teacher’s identity has not been revealed by the district.
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