reports a Fort Worth teacher has been fired over tweets she sent to the President on social media.

English teacher Georgia Clark was let go by the Fort Worth ISD Board of Trustees on Tuesday night by unanimous vote.

Clark tweeted at President Trump last month reporting her school district was "loaded with illegal students from Mexico" and that the high school she works at "has been taken over by them." Clark told the board she was not aware that her tweets had been posted under a public setting.



In 2013 Clark was also in trouble with the district after she allegedly separated her class with White and Black students on one end of the classroom and Hispanic students on the other. She allegedly said then that "Mexicans need to cross the border to come to America."

Clark will have 15 days to appeal to the Texas Education Agency Commission.


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