N&O: Teacher, assistant principal quit after gay story read in Chapel Hill classroom

EFLAND, N.C. -- A teacher and an assistant principal at an Orange County elementary school have resigned after controversy developed because of the reading of a gay story to third grade students.

The News & Observer of Raleigh reports that schools spokesman Seth Stephens said Monday that teacher Omar Currie and assistant principal Meg Goodhand had submitted their resignations.

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