CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - A substitute teacher at a Charlotte-Mecklenburg School is at the center of a review after a video was posted to social media that appeared to show the teacher scolding a student for speaking Spanish.
The incident happened at South Mecklenburg High School Monday morning. The video, shared on Facebook, shows the teacher standing over the desk of a student.
"Go back to where you speak Spanish if you don't want to speak English," the teacher can be heard saying.
South Mecklenburg High School Principal Maureen Furr sent a message to parents about the incident.
The teacher's name has not been released.