A North Carolina high school recalled its yearbooks after officials saw a senior’s quote which read “Build that wall” ascribed to President Donald Trump — but the move drew criticism online.
Yearbooks for Richmond Early College High School in Hamlet were recalled because some senior quotes were considered controversial, The News & Observer reported.
“Earlier this week, it was discovered by school administration that Richmond Early College yearbooks had errors and inappropriate comments,” the school district said on Facebook Tuesday. “The principal immediately collected the distributed yearbooks.”
The school district apologized and said it was working on making corrections with the yearbook publisher.
Originally published by Fox News.
I smell a nice class action lawsuit on behalf of the students, for violation of their freedom of speech. just another commie-infested, liberal school administration. All children should be home-schooled, the public school system is nothing but a brainwashing device for the communists who have infested this country.
Another leftist, liberal school administration dictating what students should be allowed to say and think. If it’s not what the administration thinks is politically correct, then they will take the matter into their own hands. Disgusting!
This is censorship. Violation of the students free speech and being judgmental. The school is taking responsibility for comments made by students. Students are to be taught how to think, but not what to think. What to think is the job of parents.