According to Local Detroit news, a middle school teacher in Pontiac, Mich., has been fired after helping create a fundraiser in support of slain Florida teenager Trayvon Martin, says Calvin Wolf for Yahoo! News. Brooke Harris, who teaches English and journalism, was fired by Superintendent Jacqueline Cassel after proposing students' $1 monthly payments to wear street clothes instead of uniforms for one day be allowed to go to Martin's family. She also wanted hoodies, in honor of the clothing popularized by the Martin, be worn with hoods covering students' heads. Harris claims she was unfairly accused of insubordination and...

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