Students have reported that they discovered the profanity-filled writings in their instructors’ texts by accident.
Last week, students in Rochester, New York, found that their teachers had been exchanging “racist and humiliating” text messages with one another. As a result, the teachers in that city were placed on administrative leave.
According to the newspaper, Enrico Fermi School 17, which serves students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade, has a significant number of students who are of African-American and Latino origin.
In the group conversation that was discovered on May 21 when one of the professors involved permitted students to use her phone to create a film, an obscenity was used to request for a girl to beat up another girl. The wish was made using the phrase “beat up another lady.”
Another individual suggested that a prerecorded message should be left on the person’s voicemail “Approximately ninety percent of the children and their families made the following accusation: “I’m calling to remind you that you are a [expletive] parent and your kid is a [expletive] like you.” Thanks.”