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Public School Teacher Mocks Female Student’s Romney T-Shirt, Accuses Her of Supporting the KKK

HomeschoolEducator Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 8:43 PM
Depends on where you're at. If you're talking about union-controlled public schools...yes. If you're talking about those places where actual choice still exists in being part of the union, most of the teachers you'll find are conservative (minus the Social Studies department, of course).
VAMtns Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 9:57 PM
There is very limited choice because the states Department of Education (or whatever it is called in your state) dictate the curriculum, books, syllabus, grading, etc..
byeBarry Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 8:46 PM
Are there non union public schools?

It’s not always fun and easy being a young Republican, let alone an enthusiastic Mitt Romney supporter. Whoa:

The parents of the Charles Carroll High School student ridiculed and ordered by her teacher to remove a t-shirt supporting Mitt Romney sued the teacher and school district on Friday, claiming the act violated the girl's civil rights.

Filed in federal court in Philadelphia, the suit says the district ignored Samantha Pawlucy's right to free speech, let other students threaten and harass her and subjected her "to emotional distress, simply because she exercised her First Amendment rights."

Fernando Gallard, a spokesman for...