A Texas teacher has been charged with trying to have sexual contact with three students,
allegedly even asking one girl what she would do for a better grade. Kaleb Tierce, 26, was indicted last week on three counts of attempted improper relationship between educator and student, a third-degree felony punishable by two to 10 years in prison. Tierce surrendered Friday and was released on $30,000 bond. The investigation began over a complaint that his ninth-grade class reading list contained a book about a murderer who has sex with his
victims' bodies, but Tierce was not charged with providing harmful material to a minor, a misdemeanor. Tierce allegedly asked one girl to come to his home under a "normal pretense," then allegedly kissed her and exposed himself to her. He also asked another girl "what she would be willing to do for a better grade" and asked a third girl for sexual favors. Tierce is under review by the State Board for Educator Certification's Professional Discipline Unit and his teacher certification could be revoked.
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