An Alabama high school teacher was placed on a paid administrative leave Monday after using a racial slur in front of students on Friday.
According to students at Hoover High School, food and nutrition teacher Teddi Butcher stepped out of class for a moment and when she came back, several students were listening to Tupac Shakur’s “Dear Mama,” ninth-grader Toni Silas told the Hoover Sun.
Butcher, who is white, then told students to “Turn the n****r music off,” Silas said. When some of the students did not respond, Butcher reportedly said the slur again, Silas said.
One student took a Snapchat video of a student expressing their upset with the word Butcher used and Butcher reportedly told the students they were overreacting.
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