Boy suspended after displaying gun photo on his school-issued computer2/4/2013
Another day, another gun-related controversy in a school. Arizona high school freshman Daniel McClaine Jr. was suspended for using a picture of an AK-47 as the wallpaper on his school-issued computer. Although students are prohibited from posting photos that are "harassing, threatening or illegal," McClaine says his computer wallpaper doesn't fall into any of those categories. "It's just a picture of a gun," he said. "It's nobody getting shot, nobody getting it pointed at them, it's nothing." The Florence Unified School District issued a statement that said that "all of us must work together to … cultivate an environment that is conducive to learning." But how exactly does suspending this kid help him learn? [Source]
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