NAACP continues to call for firing of Dover teacher
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As leaders from the NAACP continue to push for the firing of a Dover High School teacher who allowed students to sing a racially insensitive song about the Ku Klux Klan prior to Christmas break, school officials say they are already taking steps to train all educators in the district about discrimination and bias.
On Tuesday morning, members of the New England Area Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People held a small rally inside Dover City Hall. Seacoast NAACP President Rogers Johnson asked the crowd to continue to ask questions about the investigation into a Nov. 30 incident in John Carver’s classroom where two 11th-grade students presented lyrics about the KKK killing black people set to the tune of “Jingle Bells.”