Howard Zlotkin Wiki – Howard Zlotkin Biography
According to Howard Zlotkin wiki, Bio and Biography, He is best known as New Jersey high school teacher who has been suspended with pay after appearing to target Black students in an online class. The first alleged meltdown over Zoom, which was captured by a student and obtained by NBC New York, occurred this week, during what should have been a class discussion about climate change.
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Zlotkin racist rant against Black Lives Matter and George Floyd, the man murdered by a Minneapolis police officer. The first alleged meltdown over Zoom, which was captured by a student and obtained by NBC New York, occurred this week, during what should have been a class discussion about climate change.
One of the students filmed the rant with her phone and immediately contacted school officials. When they did not respond, she contacted a local news station, NBC New York, which reported on the story.
Zlotkin, who is white, seemed to focus his tirade on black students, and reportedly assigned essays to four black girls in the class, including 17-year-old senior Timmia Williams, the report said.
Williams told the outlet that Zlotkin had another outburst when she refused to complete the essay.
“I don’t think you can make a case. You know what Timmia? You’re full of s–t too,” Zlotkin told her the next day in class, according to the recording.
On Friday, the district’s superintendent, Franklin Walker, told NJ.com that Zlotkin had been suspended with pay. Walker said the district is investigating the rants, calling the language used in the “unacceptable.”
Zlotkin has taught at Dickinson High School in Jersey City for 20 years, according to NJ.com. He is also an adjunct professor position at Hudson County Community College, a position which he has also been suspended from, the news site reported.
Now, an investigation is underway and Mr. Zlotkin, a science teacher at William L. Dickinson High School in Jersey City, has been suspended with pay, said Mussab Ali, the president of the Jersey City Board of Education. Mr. Zlotkin was also suspended with pay from his position as an adjunct professor at Hudson County Community College, a spokeswoman confirmed.