A video surfacing on the web is firing up a lot of people for different reasons.
An English language-arts teacher, Deyshia Hargrave was asking tough questions of school board members in the Vermilion Parish School District in Louisiana. She asked them why they were planning to vote to give their current Superintendent a raise when teachers had not had a pay increase in years.
She waited to be called upon and once it was her turn to speak, she asked questions that were ruled out of order by School Board President Anthony Fontana during the public comment period. Then she was called on a second time, asking a similar question.
Shortly after the second turn of questions, she was being escorted out of the meeting by a security officer and then handcuffed on the floor and arrested.
Here is the video of how it all went down:
The full story is on Washington Post.
What is your take? Do you think the teacher is in the wrong for the time and situation of the question or do you think the school board should have answered?