Friday, June 20, 2003

More School Administrators with Zero Judgement at Graduation

Joanne Jacobs blogs this story out of New Jersey:

OK, kids. Maybe you made it out of kindergarten. But the odds are you'll fail soon enough. Not, perhaps, the point the vice principal meant to make. But it's no surprise parents at a New Jersey elementary school are upset. Newsday:

Some relatives were angry after a vice principal told children at a kindergarten graduation to stand during the ceremony to symbolize the number of students who wouldn't graduate high school because of alcohol, drugs or pregnancy.

Do school administrators have to pass a stupidity exam? Sometimes, I wonder.

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