Sixth Grader In New Jersey Subject To Anti-Bullying Investigation After Criticizing Vegetarianism Of Fellow Student

JONATHAN TURLEY

220px-ClassroomWe have been discussing the increasingly draconian rules in our schools under zero tolerance policies. Incidents that were once handled by a stern conversation or the calling in of parents are now more likely to result in a formal disciplining or suspension or even criminal charges of a student. A case in point is out of New Jersey where a sixth grade has been found guilty of bullying and given punishment for poking fun at a vegetarian classmate.

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