Teacher trained over ‘most likely to turn a terrorist’ award

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Teachers at a school in Texas are being trained after handing out an “award” dogmatic one tyro “most likely to turn a terrorist”.

Lizeth Villanueva, 13, was handed the endowment by her teacher during a ridicule rite at the school nearby Houston.

A internal preparation central described the occurrence as “a bad try at poking fun”.

But the student’s mom told a internal news channel: “It doesn’t demeanour like a fun to me.”

The feign certificate, sealed by the teacher, was handed out the day after the militant attack at a unison in Manchester, England, which killed 22 people, including children.

Lizeth’s mom contacted Houston’s KPRC 2 channel about the ridicule ceremony, conducted with students in the modernized training programme at Anthony Aguirre Junior High in the city of Channelview.

“It was not a joke,” Lizeth told KPRC 2. “I do not feel gentle being in the same classroom with [the teacher].”

The Washington Post reports that other awards enclosed “most likely to cry for every little thing” and “most likely to turn homeless”, all of which were greeted with delight from several teachers collected in the room.

Lizeth told the journal she had not been back to school since.

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The school district expelled a matter apologising for “the unresponsive and descent feign ridicule awards that were given to students”.

“The teachers concerned in this matter have been trained according to district policy,” it said.

The occurrence comes days after another high-profile “terrorist” claim was resolved in Texas courts.

In 2015, Muslim schoolboy Ahmed Mohamed, then 14, was arrested in a suburb of Dallas, Texas, after his teacher pronounced a homemade time looked like a bomb.

His detain stirred a social media cheer and he switched to another school in the aftermath.

But the taste case brought by his family was thrown out by the courts progressing this month.

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