A student at Hunter Elementary School in Atlanta, Georgia, can find her favorites teachers, a local news station reported Monday.
A teacher in Georgia’s Hunter school district, whose name is not being released for security reasons, told the station that she and her students love the students in the classroom.
“We can see in their faces, in their smiles, they really like us and we have to keep showing them that,” the teacher told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
“It’s so beautiful.”
Her students love it too, according to the teacher.
She said the students “really love to have me around and listen to me, they love it, they always want to ask me about things and be respectful of me.”
A new report by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools found that more than 50 percent of public school teachers are white.
Black students make up just 14 percent of teachers in public schools nationwide, according the report.