Student to Elk Grove schools

Student to Elk Grove schools

Many students said they’re concerned about the way administration handled complaints.”Expression of hate, hate speech or any other kinds of acts of hate are just not going to be tolerated,” Elk Grove Unified School District spokeswoman Xanthi Pinkerton said.The school district said it has a more progressive disciplinary process.”Progressive discipline essentially takes all things into consideration, similar to a due process,” Pinkerton said.Maggi Schubert’s son is a freshman and is biracial. She’s concerned not everyone is disciplined equally.”The nooses on the trees and that sort of stuff,
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and that there was no disciplinary action against those students even though people were aware of it,” Schubert said. “That’s wrong because it sends a message that it’s OK for some people to have poor judgement at times, but then it sends a message to students who are of color that they’re undervalued.”The district is currently looking at their own policies to see where changes are needed.”I say speak up, and don’t let it be pushed under the rug because I did just that and we’re here now,” Francois said. “I got somewhere and I made an impact,
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which is the greatest outcome of it all.”