Kahseim Outlaw was awarded Lyman Hall High School’s 2020 teacher of the year but thanks to CT’s COVID vaccine mandate.
Kahseim Outlaw was awarded Lyman Hall High School’s 2020 teacher of the year — but now he can't teach in a classroom due to a vax mandate. Outlaw joins TDR to explains why he’s on unpaid leave for not adhering to his district’s COVID-19 vaccination policy. pic.twitter.com/j4zlrF7hed
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A former physical education teacher of the year may lose his job due to his decision to not be vaccinated against the coronavirus or be tested, according to News Nation Now.
“Currently, I am on unpaid leave from my school,” Kahseim Outlaw, who teaches at Lyman Hall High School in Wallingford, Connecticut, said Monday during an interview on the Donlon Report.
Gov. Ned Lamont (D) recently issued an executive order requiring school staff members to receive the vaccine or be tested.
However, Outlaw argued taking the shot should be a personal choice and has therefore chosen not to receive it.
“I’m a personal advocate, a big advocate, for personal health and the choices that we make with our medicine and with our medical procedures and therefore I believe it’s my own choice on how to maintain that and how to manage it,” he explained:
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