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School district fires teacher over topless photo

People in Ohio who work with children or adolescents find themselves held to a high standard of behavior. The expectation is often that, in addition to performing duties related to the job itself, they will serve as role models for the young people they work with. Representatives of a New York school district recently told a middle school math teacher that she could no longer serve as a role model to her students after a topless photograph she allegedly took of herself three years ago recently came to light, resulting in the termination of her four-year employment. She is now suing the school district on the grounds that the firing was unfair. 

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