The concern was sent to 90 Klein Collins High School ninth graders on Friday, KPRC-TV reported.
” Suzy was attacked in a street and is a victim of rape,” the task read, which was shared on social media. “The police gathered a sample of sperm that was left at the crime scene and now have 3 suspects in custody. Which of the suspects raped Suzy?”
The answers were noted as ” S1, S2 and S3,” each with a DNA series to compare to the “felon.”
In a declaration, the Klein Independent School District said “restorative active” has actually been taken.
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” The project is not part of the District’s approved curriculum and is by no ways representative of the District’s training approach,” the statement checked out. “The District has actually examined the source of the products and proper corrective action has actually been taken.”
The district did not immediately respond to Fox News with a remark.
It did not elaborate on what particular actions were taken. Parents were livid over the task and questioned why an instructor would consist of the concern.
” It’s distressing and I understand women this age, just the idea … They know that rape is required non-consensual sex and that upsets them,” stated Cookie VonHaven, who has a daughter in 10 th grade. “That’s why I can’t fathom an instructor putting that on a test.”
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