New Jersey high school teacher suspended for removing ‘Trump’ from yearbook

New Jersey high school teacher suspended for removing ‘Trump’ from yearbook.

A high school teacher in New Jersey was suspended after being accused of removing references to US President Donald Trump from the school’s yearbook.

Two students complained after their photographs were apparently edited to remove Mr Trump’s name and his campaign slogan, Make America Great Again.

Another student was upset that a quote by Mr Trump that she had submitted for the yearbook was not included.
The teacher who advised the yearbook team has been placed on paid leave, the Wall Township High School teacher was identified by local media as Susan Parsons.

Grant’s father, Joseph Berardo, said: “I want the yearbooks to be reissued and I want a letter from the administration explaining why they are reissuing the yearbook.

“What’s frustrating to me is that this was the first election he took interest in, but what message did the school send?”

The student’s parents are due to meet with the high school principal and yearbook adviser this week.

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