According to a release from union Teachers Union Inc. on Monday, the Madison Metropolitan School District made a decision to rescind the termination of Anderson; that Anderson will be returned to pay status immediately including full benefits; and that Anderson will be on paid leave while a transition plan is finalized to return him to work.
The Wisconsin State Journal reports Anderson said in a Facebook post Monday afternoon, "I'm back!" Monday was set to be Anderson's first day on the job in that position.
"Thank you to the 1,000 plus students for allowing your voices to be heard and to all the people from across the globe for reaching out to my family", he wrote.
When contacted for comment, the school did not respond directly to Anderson's firing, but said it has a zero-tolerance policy for the use of racial slurs.
"Our commitment to anti-racism and to use the input from community, especially our students is unwavering", Belmore said.
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Earlier on Monday Madison School Board President Gloria Reyes asked MMSD Interim Superintendent Jane Belmore in a letter to rescind the termination of Anderson. We have taken a tough stance on racial slurs and believe that language has no place in school. But she says: "It is important that we do not harm those that we are trying to protect".
It was unclear if Reyes was speaking for herself or the entire school board.
Marlon Anderson told WMTV-TV on Sunday that he hasn't had time to be upset because of support he's received. He says people have stopped him on the street to hug him.
Marlon Anderson repeated the n-word while asking a black pupil who had addressed him with the epithet to stop.
Anderson was sacked by the Madison Metropolitan School District [MMSD] when he said: "Don't call me that, don't call me the n-word, and don't call me n*****".
Anderson said the Madison district "just wants to say you can't use this word, period". The Boys and Girls Club of Dane County meanwhile offered Anderson a temporary job, until the district gave him his old job back.
"I didn't have an opportunity to be mad, scared, anxious or anything". "When I get back I will personally walk everybody to class ON TIME!"