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ONE NEWS NOW — School bullying policy OK as is, says activist

October 18, 2010
Thanks to AFA-Michigan board member LaRae Munk for her great work with a courageous Christian teacher to defeat this policy.

“In a 4-3 vote, the Saline School Board decided not to change its non-discrimination policy. Education attorney LaRae Munk, a board member with the American Famly Association of Michigan, tells One News Now the amendment ‘would have added as protected classes from discrimination sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression.’ …’They all reiterated that they needed to have zero tolerance for bullying of anybody, not just those in that special interest group,’ Munk adds. …The education attorney (said)…the four board members ‘didn’t act like politicians and just do what was popular, but acted like statesmen and did what was right.'”

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ONE NEWS NOW
Tupelo, Mississippi
October 18, 2010

Michigan activist: School bullying policy OK as is
by Bill Bumpas

A school board in Michigan has rejected a proposal that would have given special protected class status to students who engage in homosexual behavior and cross-dressing.

In a 4-3 vote, the Saline School Board decided not to change its non-discrimination policy. Education attorney LaRae Munk, a board member with the American Family Association of Michigan, tells OneNewsNow the amendment “would have added as protected classes from discrimination sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression.” But “board members voted against the change, saying that the issue that was really present was bullying and that they’ve got an excellent bullying policy.”

What they have decided is that the policy simply needs better enforcement.

“They all reiterated that they needed to have zero tolerance for bulling of anybody, not just those in that special interest group,” Munk adds.

She feels that “God showed up” in Saline because she was convinced that the board was going to change the policy until the vote actually took place. The education attorney thinks the country should send a big “thank you” to the four board members “who didn’t act like politicians and just do what was popular, but acted like statesmen and did what was right.”

http://www.onenewsnow.com/Education/Default.aspx?id=1208506
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