A teacher in Utah has faced fierce backlash after she took to social media to explain how she goes above and beyond trying to make her non-white students feel comfortable. In a post that has been shared thousands of times, the educator stated that her classroom was “built for non-white students” because they often don’t receive the same level of care.

Although the school district found no “policy or legal violations” in her decoration of the classroom, parents are arguing that this teacher should not be allowed to keep her job because she is promoting a liberal agenda.

The teacher was suspended after posting a video in August of herself discussing her new position at the William Penn Elementary School in Mill Creek, Utah.

“For the first time in my life, I am teaching at a majority white school, and I’m kind of interested to see how students and parents react to my classroom or if they even notice anything about it because it’s built for non-white students,” she said. “If you look around and you interact with some of the materials I have, you’ll notice there are no white kids represented.”

The school principal, Dr. Nichole Higgins, said the message from the fourth-grade teacher was “very disconcerting” because it did not align with her views of how white children should be treated. This Comes after the teacher’s rant went viral. The principal said, “It is inappropriate for any employee to make students feel unwelcome in any way, shape, or form.”

Angry parents of Utah students in the district took to social media to express their displeasure with the teacher’s comments.

“When woke, white people become the racist. She shouldn’t be allowed within 500 [yards] of any school, let alone teach at one. Wow. Sick of these idiots,” Brock Fetter shared on the Granite School District Parents Facebook group.

The school’s investigation of the teacher yielded no instances of wrongdoing or “instances of discrimination of any kind within the employee’s classroom or students.”

After the post was made, the teacher was put on administrative leave on September 18th and is still being investigated by the district.

This is not the first time that a teacher has been reprimanded for their social media posts. In June, a Los Angeles teacher was placed on leave after she made comments on Twitter that some people felt were anti-police. And in August, a Texas teacher was fired after tweeting that she would not be teaching “future illegal immigrants.”