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Brazil: Teacher Fired for Denouncing Precarious Classrooms on Facebook

Photo by teacher Uiliene Rosa shared 1,140 times on Facebook.

Students using umbrellas inside the classroom (October 12, 2012). Photo by teacher Uiliene Rosa shared 1,140 times on Facebook.



After having used social networks to complain about precarious classrooms in a school in Imperatriz, state of Maranhão, Brazil, teacher Uiliene Rosa was fired [pt]. A few days after, the Mayor said he would revoke [pt] the decision.

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