A New Jersey high school teacher who is also the yearbook adviser has been suspended after three students' pro- Trump messages were removed from their yearbook photos.
Two of the Wall High School students had Trump's name on the shirts they wore for the photos, but the President's name had been removed in their photos that appeared in the yearbook. The third student was supposed to have a quote from Trump under her photo but it wasn't there.
Wall Township School Superintendent Cheryl Dyer said the teacher was suspended while the investigation is being carried out. Dyer said that changing a student's image would only have been okay if the clothing had referenced drugs, alcohol or violence.
While Dyer did not identify the suspended teacher, Susan Parsons is listed as the yearbook club's adviser on the high school's website. The Asbury Park Press reports that she collected $87,950 in salary last year.
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The father of one of the affected students has called on the school district to republish the yearbooks at the district's expense.
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