The teacher, Patricia McAllister saying the Jews run the nation's banking infrastructure and should be forced to leave the U.S.
Los Angeles school officials say a substitute teacher has lost her job after making anti-Semitic comments at a rally.
In a statement Tuesday, schools superintendent John Deasy (DAY'-zee) condemned remarks made by Patricia McAllister at a protest rally last week.
In an Oct. 12 interview with Reason.com at a Los Angeles rally, McAllister said "Zionist Jews and the Federal Reserve" need to be run out of this country.
Deasy says that although freedom of speech is a protected right of public employees, the LAUSD can't set a good example for students while tolerating disrespectful, intolerant or discriminatory behavior.
McAllister worked as a day-to-day substitute teacher in the district.