Allow me to explain. I was fired for a Facebook post. First of all, it's a charter school, so I have no union anyway. Second of all, I know what you're thinking: NO, it wasn't one of those blatantly stupid Facebook posts that make you think "why would he/she..."? One day last week, I put on my Facebook "I love my job, but I am stressed with school because my classes are a zoo right now." A parent saw it(somehow), complained to my principal. The principal sent it to the CEO, and the CEO decided I was to be terminated for basically making the school sound like a bad place to teach. I even explained to my principal that I was stressed out, and if anything, I insulted myself. I even put on my status I LIKED my job. I still don't think I "negatively harmed the school" like they said I did. This just happened yesterday. With that being said, after two months teaching there(it was a mid-year position), should I include this on an Applitrack application? I know the one I apply for says to include if I was terminated, or not, but I don't think I should risk that for the following reasons... It obviously doesn't look good. It was a charter school, and they are completely different than any other school, and to be completely blunt, they often carry a bad reputation anyway. I only worked there for TWO months. What should I do?