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Here are some hot photos of schoolteacher currently disturbing the social media ever since they hit the internet. Pictures of the yet-to-be identified teacher have gone viral after they were first uploaded on the popular SM website, Twitter. While some internet users feel the lady’s dressing to school is okay, others think it’s inappropriate considering that it may affect the thoughts of the schoolchildren especially the male students.

See reactions on social media:

*** I mean nothing wrong with repeating what was your favourite grade/ year in high school..just apply lol

*** Which school is this? I wanna go and ask something after school that is?

*** So this well built teacher mele agqoke oversized clothes ngoba some of you can’t appreciate this beauty,come on leave the poor woman alone.

*** my business economics teacher use to do that coz the boys would harass if she wore a skirt or tight jeans. she was only 23/24 at that time. she has since moved to an all-girl school n dresses as she pleases

*** It’s education swag. School kids must know that you can still be clean, dress well and be good looking. By not having income via twitter brand endorsements.We need more of this. If possible our teachers must try get permission to earn extra income so they can buy luxury cars also.

It would be recalled that an Atlanta fourth grade teacher Patrice “Tricey” Brownbecame a viral sensation over the weekend when she was quickly dubbed the ‘sexiest teacher on Instagram’.

But Brown has also been receiving some backlash for her “sexy” attire at work.

As it turns out, the internet’s sexiest ‘teacher’ is not quite a teacher. The Atlanta Public Schools have corrected reports that Brown is is employed by them as a teacher. In fact, she is a paraprofessional. According to Atlanta’s, Brown has been “given guidance regarding the APS Employee Dress Code, the use of social media, and Georgia Code of Ethics for educators, and she has been cooperative in addressing her presence on social media.” Although Brown’s attire is within the boundaries of the official dress code, many felt that her attire was a little too provocate and weighed in on social media.

Is the criticism fair or foul? Was it the clothes that were the problem or the social media posts? Please share your thoughts on this with us in the comment section below.

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