A third-grade teacher “says the Miami-Dade County School Board discriminated against her by not hiring her for a job. One requirement of the position? Teaching an hour of Spanish per day….Her complaint says the school could have given her the job and then just had someone else teach the foreign language component for one hour per day.” [Miami New Times, Miami Herald]
I suppose they could have also hired her and the just had someone else prepare the lesson plans. And someone else teach the rest of the classes, and someone else grade the papers . . .
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