Teacher giving high school students homework assignments where they had to pretend to be refugees and & # 39; pack a bag & # 39; because Trump was in control, must apologize
- A teacher at Penn Cambria Middle School in Gallitzin, Pennsylvania, had to apologize on Wednesday for a controversial homework assignment.
- The assignment asked students to pack their bags and consider themselves refugees in a violent scenario involving President Donald Trump
- & # 39; President Trump is trying to take control of the United States & # 39 ;, is the homework. & # 39; There are street battles! & # 39;
- Parents were asked to time their children for 10 minutes, because they actually grabbed a bag to escape the imaginary chaos
- Inspector William Marshall of Penn Cambria School District said parents and teachers were immediately notified of the wildly imaginative mission
- The teacher understood that the classroom should not be used as a political forum and personally apologized for each family, Marshall says
A homework assignment from a teacher asked students at a high school in Pennsylvania to pack their bags and consider themselves refugees in a violent scenario in which President Donald Trump takes over the United States.
The assignment that was sent on Wednesday by a teacher at the Penn Cambria Middle School in Gallitzin, about 85 miles east of Pittsburgh, had asked parents to time their children 10 minutes because they had actually packed a bag to escape the imaginary chaos .
Students were able to earn & # 39; 10 points & # 39; for successfully completing the assignment.
A teacher at the Pen Cambria Midde School in Gallitzin, Pennsylvania (photo) had to apologize after asking the students to pack their bags and consider themselves refugees in a violent scenario in which President Donald Trump took over the United States
William Cambria School District Superintendent William said parents and teachers were immediately warned of the wildly imaginative mission that could have been interpreted as a political statement, reports WJAC.
Marshal told the news that the teacher realized that a big mistake had been made and called every parent in her class to apologize in person.
The Chief Inspector did not respond immediately when DailyMail.com reached out on Thursday.
WJAC does not mention the teacher and it was unclear whether the school district had identified who the person was.
& # 39; President Trump is trying to take control of the United States & # 39 ;, is in the homework on a photo of the assignment that one of his viewers has submitted to WJAC.
& # 39; There are street battles! & # 39; the assignment continues. & # 39; You must pretend that you are a refugee who is forced to leave your home, never to return. & # 39;
After packing a bag for 10 minutes, parents were asked to take a picture of the contents and send it back to the teacher.
& # 39; If there is no photo, draw it & # 39 ;, the teacher wrote in the assignment.
Students would be asked to explain why they made their choices.
Marshall told WJAC that the teacher understood that the class should not be used as a political forum.
Inspector William Marshall of Penn Cambria School said the teacher realized that a major mistake had been made in sending the assignment (photo) and called each parent in her class to apologize personally
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