Kfar Saba teacher ousted after derogatory remarks

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March 14, 2013 03:53

 
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The Ministry of Education announced on Wednesday that the teacher who sparked the recent controversy at Rabin High School in Kfar Saba will be suspended from her role as organizer of the 12th-grade Holocaust- education trip to Poland, scheduled for later this year.

The incident, which occurred on Sunday, made headlines when a teacher accidentally emailed seniors at the school an internal document containing disparaging comments written about them by their teachers.

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