A few weeks ago we told you how distressed individuals at the University of Mississippi went bananas over a banana peel, reading racial intimidation into an innocent incident that had nothing to do with race. Now the nonsense continues at two other schools.
Students at a New York High school may soon view a trip to the principal’s office as an occasion to take out their aggressions. A judge’s actions recently confirmed the punching bag status of one school’s top authority.
Teachers are being threatened with losing their jobs or getting sued if they don’t report ‘suspicious’ signs of child abuse. The problem is that lack of common sense in defining ‘suspicious’ creates a ‘crying wolf environment.’ Good parents may be hounded over nothing, diverting Child Protective Services resources away from where they are truly needed.