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  • Warrensburg residents talk about teacher’s obscene gesture

    A photo posted on Facebook of a Warrensburg middle school teacher making an obscene gesture in front of the White House while on a trip with students has ignited a free speech debate in the community and beyond with some parents calling for the teacher to be disciplined or even fired while school administrators say there's no policy banning what he did.

A photo posted on Facebook of a Warrensburg middle school teacher making an obscene gesture in front of the White House while on a trip with students has ignited a free speech debate in the community and beyond with some parents calling for the teacher to be disciplined or even fired while school administrators say there's no policy banning what he did. Allison Long The Kansas City Star
A photo posted on Facebook of a Warrensburg middle school teacher making an obscene gesture in front of the White House while on a trip with students has ignited a free speech debate in the community and beyond with some parents calling for the teacher to be disciplined or even fired while school administrators say there's no policy banning what he did. Allison Long The Kansas City Star

Warrensburg teacher flips off the White House and sparks outrage from parents

June 07, 2017 12:15 PM