LAS VEGAS – A substitute teacher at Silvestri Junior High School in Las Vegas was fired after writing a racial slur on a whiteboard during a class. An Exclusive video obtained by 8 News Now shows the teacher using the “n” word twice while telling students that “African features… were said to resemble those of monkeys and apes.”
The teacher was swiftly fired less than 24 hours after the incident occurred.
Clark County School District requires substitutes to have a teaching license and a background check. All teachers, including substitutes, must go through the process of obtaining a license from the Nevada Department of Education before they are hired.
Credits: 8 News Now
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