A former high school teacher is suing a north Georgia school district, alleging she was forced to resign over photos and expletives on Facebook, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Ashley Payne contends that the Barrow County school district violated state labor law because she was never told she was entitled to a hearing. Her attorney, Richard Storrs, says the 24-year-old former Apalachee High School teacher was "not made aware of her rights" and should be granted the hearing. After teaching at the school for two years, Payne resigned in August after her principal questioned her about her Facebook page, which included...

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