Teacher student porn: Texas teaching credential ‘losing ground’

A Texas teaching assistant’s nude photos were posted online last week by a student who had posted them to a Facebook group.

The school’s assistant principal has since been fired.

According to the Austin American-Statesman, the photos appeared in an online group called “Texas Teaching.”

The group was created by a former student who has since graduated from the school and who went by the handle “Betsy” on the group.

“I’m going to post this to a social media group because I feel like it’s important,” Betsy told the newspaper.

“This is the reason why I got involved with this group, because I was so tired of teachers being forced to work alone, or just not being allowed to have any privacy at all,” she added.

Betsy posted the images on March 13 and has since deleted them.

The Texas Department of Education’s Office of Student Affairs says that if the images have been removed, it will review their content.

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The state’s higher education system is struggling to hire and retain teachers after decades of a severe budget crunch, with some districts cutting back on classes and teachers’ salaries.

The state is also facing lawsuits from teachers and parents who say their children are failing because of low class sizes and limited supplies.

Brenton Smith, who is also a former teacher at an Austin public high school, said he decided to post the images after he heard about Betsy’s Facebook page.

He said the images were embarrassing for teachers and that they were embarrassing to teachers and to the state.

“We’re trying to teach kids to be responsible and we’re not supposed to be taking advantage of our teachers and students,” Smith said.

The former teacher said he posted the photos on Facebook because he felt bad for Betsy and that he didn’t want to cause her any embarrassment.

“She did everything she was supposed to do and that’s the bottom line, right?”

Smith said of Betsy.

“And I’m sorry for her.”