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School: students and parents complain about the teachers strike comments. History teacher questioned the policy of the work stoppage.

California high school history teacher, Julianne Benzel has been on paid leave according to the survey in front of their students, whether the school administrations let a group of students protest against abortion, walking out of the class in the middle of the school day like this with the students, did so on Wednesday in protests over school shootings.

“I opened the discussion for, if the schools are going to allow a group of students getting up during class and go to protest on an issue, would you still give the same courtesy to another group of students wanted to stand and go, in protest. And I said, the example of abortion,” Rocklin High School teacher Benzel on Fox News on Friday morning.

Benzel said two students and a parent has a Problem with your comment, and complained to the management, who then placed her on leave for two days.

California’s teacher said that she tried to start a class discussion prior to the National strike day, if the situation in the same manner, if a school organized on the way to Start was from the other side of the political aisle.

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