An anti-racism lesson being presented to online to students from Lowell High School in San Francisco was interrupted by a series of racist and anti-Semitic slurs and pornographic images, according to the school district.
The San Francisco Unified School District said on Wednesday that students were using a virtual bulletin board known as Padlet to share their reflections on a series of anti-racism lessons when the racist and obscene messages appeared among the submissions. The Padlet session, which is moderated by staff members, appeared to have been hacked and the district said administrators immediately deactivated the Padlet.
The district’s Department of Technology is now trying to trace the origin of the offensive posts. A letter was sent to all students and families about the incident, inviting anyone with information to come forward.
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