Educator slammed after telling students they dress like ‘hoes’

This administrator needs to get out of government schools and work in private schools.
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An education official at a Texas high school is under fire after telling some female students they have been dressing like ‘hoes.’

According to KRIV Fox 26, School Support Officer Dr. Tameca Richardson made the remark to female students at Jack Yates High School in Houston during an assembly on campus.

A spokesperson for the Houston Independent School District confirmed the language used by Richardson, the station reported.

Some parents expressed anger over Richardson’s terminology, saying the Ph.D.-level educator should have used language that was less offensive.

“That was out of line and she should be disciplined for that,” Cynthia King, mother of a Yates student, told Fox 26.

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