Another student was named “Most likely to blend in with white people.”
According to a similar statement from the Channelview School District, “the teacher involved in this matter have been disciplined according to district policy. and the incident is still under investigation.”
Easton says this isn’t the first thing the teacher has done that has raised eyebrows. Before this incident, the teacher, who is black, gave Easton’s sister “a ‘black quiz’ to prove how black she was.”
The students who received the “awards” were enrolled in AVID, an advanced learning and college prep program.
“This is a reprehensible action of a single teacher that does not in any way reflect the AVID values, or the values of the thousands of AVID teachers across the US who impact our students daily,” AVID CEO Sandy Husk said in a statement.