Could you clarify please?
From what I last read about the incident, I can't argue much against what the Administration did.
The kids may not have been trying to incite violence themselves, but seems students have in the past. I agree it probably would have been better to ban both the American and Mexican flag though. It also seems (from what I read), they hadn't done a good job to prevent it getting that far in the first place.
Also agree they should have had more enforcement there, when I was in High School we had some issue with some Black and Hispanic students (possibly white too, but not 100% sure still). For a few days we had a few extra police officers on campus and a cop car or two monitoring some of the student hotspots off-campus. As far as I know nothing happened, and the situation diffused. Something similar may have been a good idea for the school to pursue if they had the option.
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The stupid thing was to ask the student to wear his shirt inside out, but if they removed him purely for fear of violence toward him, then I think that is a valid reason. But the school will have to ensure that the next year on cinqo de mayo all students are put on alert that anyone assaulting or threatening a student who wears an American flag t-shirt will be expelled with no warning and will never be allowed back on school property. The student who did the threatening behavior this year should get suspended for 2 weeks with the warning that any other violent of threatening behavior will lead to an immediate expulsion.
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