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A Texas teacher who posted Black Lives Matter and LGBTQ posters in her virtual classroom was placed on leave after parents complained

School officials said parents complained about the posters. Taylor Lifka was allowed to return Tuesday, but she said she is not prepared to come back until the school commits to more inclusive policies.

Taylor Lifka, an advanced English teacher at Roma High School, set up her virtual classroom to more closely resemble her physical class. After posting a picture of the class on social media the image was spread online and Lifka was swiftly placed on administrative leave.

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