School Suspends Student For Refusing To Participate In Protest
Article from IJR from Jason Howerton.
A high school student in Hilliard, Ohio, didn’t want to pick sides in the contentious gun debate surrounding Wednesday’s “National Walkout,” so he stayed in class instead of joining the largely anti-gun protest or an alternative “study hall.”
Hilliard Davidson High School senior Jacob Shoemaker was then reportedly slapped with a suspension.
The student argued that divisive politics have no place in America’s schools and he refused to take sides in the debate, according to the Associated Press.
Shoemaker’s suspension citation was posted online, possibly by a friend, and the story quickly went viral.
Read the entire article at IJR.
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