Ok, there are a few things obviously left out of this dust up at this school, and the reporting of it...BRANFORD, Conn. (CBS Connecticut) — A high school student who founded a pro-life club says the principal banned her group from using life-sized fetus models as displays.Samantha Bailey-Loomis, a 17-year-old senior at Branford High School tells WWLP-TV that the school’s principal, Lee Panagoulias, refused to let them set up the fetus models during lunch.
“He tells us that this topic in particular is too controversial to be talked about in public school,” she explained to WWLP.
Pro-Life High School Group Says Principal Banned Them From Using Life-Sized Fetus Models « CBS Connecticut
1. What's wrong with showing the development of a baby?
2. What was on the poster boards?
3. Don't groups sanctioned within a high school have teacher advisers?
The article leaves questions, such as
1. What was the display depicting?
2. Were the students just educating on the levels of gestation?
3. Why is the development of a child in the womb, "controversial"?
It certainly is told to us that it is fine to broach subjects like homosexuality to kindergartners, are we to think that high school students aren't equipped to see how a baby in the womb develops?