Elementary school teacher 'assigns' homework about infidelity
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A teacher from an Arizona elementary school gave her fourth-grade students a homework that alluded to a "situation" of infidelity.
According to ABC 15, pupils at Playa Del Rey Elementary School in Gilbert were asked to read passages last week detailing a certain situation.
Then, according to the situation, they were asked to describe what's happening and what should be done about it.
One of the questions in the assignment was about a wife finding another woman's hair clip under her bed, with hair in it that didn't belong to her, Fox News reported.
Heather Nicks, whose daughter Kyera McCloskey received the assignment, alerted the teacher, who quickly emailed parents and apologized for the adult-themed homework.
She explained that she hadn't actually read through the entire assignment.
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