Public school teachers to give migrant border kids in person lessons...

San Diego teachers are currently teaching students in their schools via the internet, but according to a Fox News Exclusive those same teachers will be giving in person instruction to migrant border kids.

Teachers from the San Diego Unified School District will begin a hybrid teaching model for their own kids on April 12, but according to a spokeswoman, the District has shared information with teachers describing an opportunity to teach the migrant border kids in person. She added that she didn't know if the teachers will get paid for that.

"For more than a year, parents and students in San Diego County have waited for educators to answer one question: When will our schools reopen with in-person instruction only? And for a year, they’ve been told to wait," Rep. Darrell Issa, R-CA told Fox. "The decision to provide in-person instruction to illegal migrants is outrageous and parents have every right to be angry."

County Supervisor Jim Desmond took to Twitter: "The San Diego County Board of Education will be sending teachers for in-person learning for the migrant children at the convention center. It's great there's in-person learning for them, I wish every child in San Diego County was allowed the same opportunity."

And Reopen California Schools had a reply for him: "Wait a minute... So you’re saying it is ok for San Diego teachers to teach in person... just not to San Diego children?"

Is this right on any level?

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