These saucy outfits weren’t in the lesson plan.
An elementary school educator has been blasted for teaching in tight clothing, with some outraged parents describing her as “desperate” and “attention-seeking.”
The New Jersey teacher — who has not disclosed her full name — has clocked up 870,000 followers on her @ToyboxDollz Instagram account, where she shares photos of her figure-hugging ensembles, often taken in her classroom.
In some saucy snaps, the buxom brunette can be seen flaunting her figure up against a whiteboard. In other images, her students are visible inside the classroom, although their faces are not identifiable.
Many have praised the body-confident educator for her fashion prowess, but some parents on social media say she should not be wearing such outfits around minors.
“You’re in a classroom taking Instagram pictures with your a– out,” one ranted beneath an eye-popping “booty” photo. “Showing pictures in the class with your butt in the air is very inappropriate!”
“That just looks crazy and makes you desperate for likes,” another raged.
A third blasted: “You’re sad, taking booty pics during class?”
However, the teacher has hit back, sharing a live, 14-minute video to her @ToyboxDollz account defending her Instagram images.
“I have seen some men said some crazy, mean stuff, but I teach babies and there are no haters in the classroom thinking of that,” the brunette — who specializes in art education — declared.
“I’m a really, really good teacher,” she continued. “I had students emailing me during the summer asking me for homework. They love art. I love teaching art. I love working with children to create art.”
Viewers showered praise on the educator, applauding her “passion” for her job and reminding her that “haters are gonna hate.”
Meanwhile, she has even found a surprising supporter in famous rapper Fat Joe, who created a video claiming critics are trying to get the beauty “fired” from her job.
“They’re trying to fire her because she too sexy,” the rapper — real name Joseph Antonio Cartagena — said in a YouTube video. “She too beautiful. She’s too curvaceous.”
“I say let the woman be great,” he continued, “Can you fire somebody for their looks? Can you fire a teacher that’s ugly? How can you fire a teacher because she bad?”
The Post has reached out to the teacher via her social media account for comment.
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