For Telling Rude Jokes, Referring To The ‘China Virus’, And ‘Microaggressions’
By HARRIET ALEXANDER
A Massachusetts public school system is encouraging students, parents and staff members to report each other for incidents of ‘bias’ and ‘microaggressions’, such as saying the principal is ‘crazy’, mispronouncing names and scheduling tests on ‘cultural holidays’.
Wellesley Public Schools represents 2,000 elementary pupils, 1,100 in middle school and 1, 500 in high school, 15 miles west of Boston.
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