FIRST ON FOX: A San Francisco school district suspended a teacher for discriminating against White male students, according to California Public Records Act documents obtained by Fox News Digital.
Nicole Noel Henares allegedly asked White male students in her high school English class to stand up and answer if they “felt like a minority” during the 2022 fall semester.
Henares’ actions made the Lowell High School students feel “confused, sad and that there was no correct answer for them in that moment,” they said in interviews with the district.
After a parent submitted a complaint, the San Francisco Unified School District placed Henares on paid administrative leave, starting Sept. 15, 2022, to conduct an investigation before assigning her Dec. 12 to a 15-day unpaid suspension to be served Dec. 13 to Jan. 12.
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Henares’ singling out of the students was “in no way related to the class content,” the students said in interviews during the district’s investigation. Students also confirmed the use of inappropriate materials in Henares’ class, including the sexually explicit Lil Nas X song “Montero.”
Henares began working for the district in October 2020. She did not respond to Fox Digital’s request for comment.