Superintendent vows to suspend students who join gun-control protests: ‘Life is all about choi

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A Houston-area school district is threatening to suspend students who participate in a pro-gun control walkout following last week’s mass school shooting in Parkland, Florida.

Curtis Rhodes, superintendent of the Needville Independent School District, announced Tuesday that any student who participates in the nationwide demonstrations during school hours would face an automatic, three-day suspension.—More….

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