Anti-Semitism Gets Pass in Public School

, Malcolm A. Kline, Leave a comment

Teachers attempt to teach their students about the evils of Anti-Semitism when swastikas appear on campus. Who gets disciplined? The teachers.

“A prominent human rights group has urged a school district in Massachusetts to cease disciplinary action against a teacher who talked to her students about antisemitism after a swastika was posted at their high school,” Shiri Moshe reported in Algemeiner on September 27, 2017. “In a letter sent on Monday to Stoughton Public Schools Superintendent Marguerite Rizzi, the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Right Under Law (LDB) called on the school council not to proceed with an arbitration hearing against Stoughton High School teacher Stella Martin, which took place late Tuesday night.”

 

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