Carla McKinney, Proud “Naked Teacher,” A.K.A. Ethics Dunce

This isn't Carla. But it's not far off, either...

This isn’t Carla. But it’s not far off, either…

The ever popular “Naked Teacher Principle” category is almost completely filled with school instructors who either placed their naughty bits online before teaching became their calling, had others do so without their knowledge or permission, or took some measures to ensure their embrace of questionable modesty and conduct would not come to the attention of their students. Not 23-year-old math teacher Carla McKinney, though! The Overland High School (in Aurora, Colorado) role model is a wild child and proud of it. Her Twitter page contained half-naked photos, and her tweets were filled with sexual innuendo, approving comments about drug use ( “Naked. Wet. Stoned”),  and even a boast that she had pot with her on school grounds.

“Watching a drug bust go down in the parking lot. It’s funny cuz I have weed in my car in the staff parking lot,” she tweeted happily. Another tweet reported that McKinney was high while grading her students’ class work. Yes, she is an idiot, and one who lacks the common sense, responsibility and character to train terriers, much less children.

The school has placed her on administrative leave, and if she isn’t fired, the administrators there fit my description of McKinney.

Again invoking and paraphrasing the immortal words of Faber College’s Dean Wormer, I say, “Naked, wet and stoned is no way to go through life, Carla.” But if that’s your choice, you have to do it as something other than a teacher.


Facts: Daily Caller

5 thoughts on “Carla McKinney, Proud “Naked Teacher,” A.K.A. Ethics Dunce

  1. Oh, I’m very intrigued to see how this progresses and results. This is my school district. Though, I think it will be an easy call for the district because she is a 1st year teacher.

    • If she’s a first year… yeah. On the other hand, there’s the issue of whether she is a union member or not, what connections she has… etc.

      I do hope that your school district is somewhat more responsible than… well. I’m just flashing back to the whole mess with Wendy Portillo. Enough said about _that_.

      (Especially since Portillo is still teaching.)

        • True. I’m just pointing out that it’s not always exactly easy to fire a teacher — even if they engage in egregious misconduct. The whole thing involves a lot of politics, especially in today’s school system, and things… *Sigh*.

          Trust me — there are a lot of people teaching today who really shouldn’t be. (There are also a lot of good people who should be teaching but aren’t — for a variety of reasons, many of them political.)

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