Principal holds up student election results because winners not diverse enough
There’s a big election controversy at a California middle school after the principal discovered that not enough black or Latino students were elected to office.
Principal Lena Van Haren’s decision to withhold the results of the student government elections angered parents and students at Everett Middle School in San Francisco.
“It’s not okay for a school that is really, really diverse to have the student representatives majority white,” she told the San Francisco Chronicle. “The easy thing would have been to announce the results and move on. I intentionally did not choose the easy way because this is so important.”
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
What Do You Do When Progressives Parody Themselves?
From Oct. 20, 2015 Fox News: