A New Jersey teens yearbook photo was photoshopped to remove a 'Trump' logo on a teens shirt. The parents are saying the school should reprint the yearbook because actions have consequences. Should they reprint the yearbooks?
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They fired the teacher today.
They should only reprint if they request a copy.
While I don't agree with what was done, I think it would be a massive undertaking to reprint all the yearbooks. I might allow students who aren't happy to return their yearbooks and order reprints for them.
I agree with this. ^ Well said.
In past years they let students wear sports teams and Obama shirts. Someone purposely did this.
Giant waste of money. They were wrong to edit out the logo but it's a bit late to fix it.
The school should be responsible for reprinting the yearbook.
Schools mistake. School should reprint.
What a waste of taxpayer money. Who gives a shit? It wasn't the right decision to make, but reprinting the yearbooks is not the way to go.
I believe you have to pay for your yearbook in most schools - at least in mine. It's almost 100 dollars so I don't think anythings tax payers money
Unless they charged them twice then it would be taxpayer money.
My understanding was that the parents wanted to the school to provide them with another yearbook at no extra cost. Unless the parents just wanted to buy another one, then it would be a waste of taxpayer money.
It should come out of whoever in the administration who made that decision's paycheck or they personally should pay for it so the kid can have a new one.
Sadly just another day in 1984 America where mentally deranged libtards run rampant in academia creating safe spaces for anything they don't agree with.
That should never have been photoshopped. But, to reprint the yearbook is a complete waste of time, resources, and money. They could reprint one for that student perhaps.
Maybe not for that student but for anyone who requests a new one.
I didn't sound right. I meant maybe not just for that student it should be offered to anyone else who wants a new one also.
I can agree with that. Besides the parent of that student though, I think it would be silly to request a new one.
That was very wrong of whomever made the change.