Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Public School Actually Sent This Document in Response to a Conservative Blog’s Freedom of Information Request

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 This almost completely blacked-out email was among the redacted documents the Ithaca, NY school district sent the Legal Insurrection blog in response to a Freedom of Information Law request. (Image courtesy: Legal Insurrection)

The Ithaca, New York, public school system in recent days released heavily redacted documents surrounding a controversial presentation given in September to a third-grade class by anti-Israel activists, raising suspicions even further that the event was a skewed, one-sided indoctrination effort on impressionable children.

The conservative blog Legal Insurrection has been trying to obtain documents and videos connected to the visit to the Beverly J. Martin Elementary School by Bassem Tamimi, once convicted of soliciting youths to carry out stone-throwing attacks against Israelis.

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  1. Since when did schools have the power to redact things?!?

  2. When I was a kid, parents were involved with the school. They kept an eye on what was being taught and if the school board overstepped their power they were removed. Then the gov't took over the school system and everything went to hell. But, school boards can still be recalled, if only the parents care.

  3. if only the parents care.

    Not enough in most places, it seems.

  4. Public school? I thought it was one of Hillary's Emails.