School sued for forcing student to read obscene script

May 12, 2023
World Net Daily

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

The school assignment was for students to write a script, and then another student would be forced to read it.

But a lawsuit has been filed because after a student was coerced into reading offensive material, for a grade, the school board shut down her mother while reading the same script at a school board meeting.

It was determined to be "too explicit to be read in public," according to a report from the American Center for Law and Justice, which is representing the family.

The report from the ACLJ's Jordan Sekulow explained a student in a Las Vegas area school "was forced to perform a profanity-laced, sexually explicit, and obscene monologue before the entire class as a graded assignment."

But then the school board banned her mother, even shutting off her mike, from reading the same words to them.

"Public schools are entrusted with millions of children across the United States; and we would expect that, at a minimum, they would not sexualize our children in the name of education. Unfortunately, however, Nevada’s Clark County School District (CCSD) violated its duty to our clients, Candra and Terrell Evans, when a teacher required their child to perform a sexually explicit and obscene monologue for a graded assignment," the ACLJ reported.

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