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(FOX NEWS) – A Georgia mother and substitute teacher is suing her school district after she was fired for expressing her religious beliefs, asking her children to be excused from a reading hour that contradicted with her religion.
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Lindsey Barr was a substitute teacher at Bryan County Schools, where her children also attended school. During a library reading program, students were read the book "All Are Welcome," which Barr said included photos that contradicted her religious beliefs.
Barr spoke to the principal of the school about the book, and asked that her children be excused from the reading hour. According to the lawsuit, within hours, Barr was locked out of the online system she used to request substitute teacher assignments. Shortly after, she was notified that her children would be excused from the reading hour.