A white teacher who told a black student his classmates would form a mob and lynch him if he didn’t focus will not be suspended or fired.        

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  • Mason Middle School: Teacher will get counseling for ...
    The white teacher who told a black student his classmates would form a mob and lynch him if he didn’t focus will not be suspended or fired. Mason Middle School teacher Renee Thole made the comment in December, according to the child’s mother and Mason City Schools officials.
    04/14/2018 - 7:30 am | View Website
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