By Marlon Walker
Two DeKalb County teachers have resigned after making disparaging statements about illegal immigration, district officials said Tuesday.
According to district officials, Diane Clark resigned effective Nov. 28 and Susan Petre resigned effective Dec. 1. Both resignations were “in lieu of termination,” district officials said.
Both teachers were removed from their classrooms on Nov. 10 pending investigations into claims they made statements about illegal immigrants, tying it in to Donald Trump’s presidential election, which took place Nov. 8.
Information from the district’s investigations was not available Tuesday.
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