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South Carolina Teacher on Leave After Asking Students to Argue for KKK in Assignment

An elementary school teacher from South Carolina has been placed on administrative leave after asking a fifth-grade glass to imagine and support being a member of the Ku Klux Klan after the Civil War.

The assignment was given to students in a class at Oak Pointe Elementary School, WACH-TV reported. Tremain Cooper, who claimed to be an uncle of one of the students, shared the assignment on his Facebook page last week:

“This is my little 10-year-old nephew’s homework assignment today,” Cooper wrote. “He’s home crying right now.”

The exercise asked:

You are there … You are a member of the KKK. Why do you think your treatment of African-Americans is justified?

You are there … You are a freedman. Are you satisfied with your new life? Why or why not?

Lexington-Richland School District Five told WLTX-TV in a statement that officials are taking the matter “very seriously,” noting the teacher was placed on leave while an investigation is conducted.

The district said it’s “taking steps to ensure this particular assignment will never be used again” in any of its schools.

“We understand the seriousness of this matter particularly in light of the events taking place in our country at this time,” the statement added. “We want to ensure that our students, parents, staff and community know that we are giving this matter our full attention.”