WATCH: Mother Mcauley High School Teacher Fired Video Goes Viral on social media: We should be very careful while making any kind of comments otherwise it can put us in big trouble. We all have read in school that spoken words never come back, but a teacher herself seems to have forgotten this and her words cost her to dismiss from her teaching jobs. As per the latest report, A Southwest Side Catholic school terminated a longtime history teacher after she used the full N-word in class at the time of the discussion of sports teams with racist names. Since her fired news come into the news, the netizens are keen to know more about the entire case. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Mother Mcauley High School Teacher Fired Video
The name of the teacher is Mary DeVoto who was teaching Native American culture for her World History class at Mother McAuley Liberal Arts School when a pupil brought up efforts to discover a replacement for Chief Illiniwek at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Devoto, a teacher of more than 4 decades, started discussing the former name of the Washington Football Team and why it was horrendous to indigenous people. She informed pupils the term was just as bad as the N-word, by using the entire word.
A pupil was recording the lecture for later note-taking and the video was fastly sent through the school. Later that day, the school administration moved to suspend Devoto, and following a meeting on Monday and removed her position. At the time of the meetings with the administration of the school, DeVoto stated she used the N-word again while attempting to describe the situation.
In a released statement declaring the termination of DeVoto, the school administration stated the firing was made more necessary “as of the following conversation with the teacher in which the same racial slur was communicated in its entirety many times in the spite of clear and formal directives to stop.
The school stated, “The use of N-word is never acceptable in any collecting of, or setting with, the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas.”
DeVoto told the news channel that she was just attempting to make things clear to school administrations but would never use the word again. DeVoto stated that “You can not just talk about wonderful things in history, we have to talk about the underbelly. But I agree, I did not present that lesson well and it was not conducive to the learning experience for my pupils, I am mortified and want to fix it.”
DeVoto hopes the school will give her a chance to apologize to her pupils, and she wishes she had been permitted to stay and use the mistake as a “learning chance. She said “I can not believe it fell out of my mouth.”