Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Teacher in France Fired After Complaining About Antisemitism in Her Classroom

FSWC Reports:

From the Jewish Telegraphic Agency:

A school in France terminated the employment of a teacher shortly after she complained about anti-Semitic behavior by her students.

Lyonmag.com, a news site, reported that the teacher’s contract at the Condorcet secondary school in Saint-Priest, a southern suburb of Lyon, was terminated on Nov. 28, following the publication of an open letter about her written by Lyon’s chief rabbi, Richard Wertenschlag.

Wertenschlag published the “worried” letter about the teacher, who is in the process of converting to Judaism, in the Bulletin de Tilsitt, a local publication. The rabbi wrote that she had told him her students repeatedly insulted her in connection with her conversion.


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