Teachers Union on Holy Water Incident: "What's Alleged Did Not Occur"
The Broward Teachers Union expects that two teachers at Blanche Ely High School in Pompano Beach will be "fully exonerated" after school officials finish investigating a religious argument that occurred in a classroom March 11 in which an atheist claimed that two Christian teachers splashed her with holy water.
The teachers union is monitoring the investigation by the Broward County School District to ensure that it's being conducted fairly and thoroughly. All three of the teachers involved are members of the union, says Ristow.
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