No Suspension For Students Who Skipped Class

By: News 10
By: News 10

The 300 high school students who walked out of class, and marched to the capitol to protest funding cuts, will not be suspended.
Lansing school district Superintendent T.C. Wallace made the decision.
The students will be punished, but the district hasn't decided yet what that punishment will be.
The students left school on March 18th during class hours to protest proposed education cuts.


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  • by Sue Location: Jackson on Mar 30, 2011 at 08:18 PM
    GOOD JOB KIDS. EVERY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS SHOULD DO THIS AT THE NEXT MARCH ON THE CAPITAL. GOV. SNYDER WHERE IS THE MONEY FROM LOTTERY GOING. IT CERTAINLY IS NOT GOING WHERE EARMARKED INTO FUNDING MICHIGAN SCHOOLS. HOW CAN THE GOVERNMENT GET AWAY WITH THIS AND LYING TO THE STATE'S CITIZENS. OFFICIALS GIVE UP YOUR BENEFITS AND HIGH SALARIES AND LEAVE THE TEACHERS ALONE. GIVE UP YOUR SALARIES, PENSIONS, RAISES, HEALTH BENEFITS, TUITION COSTS, AND SO ON. LEAVE THE TEACHERS ALONE BECAUSE THIS STATE IS GOING TO FALL ONCE YOU GIVE UP ON TEACHERS AND EDUCATION. MICHIGAN WILL BE THE FIRST CAUSALITY OF THE FALL OF THE LAST GREAT EMPIRE THE UNTIED STATES. GOD HELP US
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