A Roxbury mom took to social media after she discovered an anti-Trump T-shirt on display in a public high school history classroom, saying the teacher is pushing political views on students.
A student sent a photo of the shirt -- which has a photo of President Trump with the words "NOPE" and "Vive la résistance" -- and sent it to local resident Laurel Whitney, the Daily Record reports.
Schools Superintendent Loretta Radulic told New Jersey 101.5 that the incident was a "personnel matter and therefore, cannot be discussed. All I can say is it was handled appropriately."
The photo was taken on Feb. 13 and the shirt was removed on March 4, New Jersey 101.5 reports.
Whitney says the same teacher forced her son, who is Jewish and graduated Roxbury High School in 2016, to redo a current events project on Israel with Al Jazeera as a primary source, the news outlet said.
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