Clayton County's School system is no stranger to scandal, especially with their latest jaunt into lunacy, proving that the ignorance that landed the sub-par school system into hot water only one year ago, is here to stay.
In their most recent foray into the ridiculous, county leaders within the school system are investigating allegations that a teacher actually attempted to have a student “hit,” murdered in exchange for money, by another student.
Randolph Forde, a math teacher at Mundy's Mill High School, was put on administrative leave, a result of the investigation and of several other inappropriate action taken against one particular student.
“ The teacher threatened to hit him in his Fawking mouth,” said Terrence Madden, lawyer for the student involved in the incident while speaking on one of Forde's threats.
County records show that Forde, who also questioned the 16-year-old teen's sexuality by asking if he was gay, was arrested last month on charges that say he made terrorist threats. His bond was posted at the price of $10,000.
Parents of the teen are asking that the special education teacher be terminated; his future as an educator lays in the hands of Clayton County's School Board.