Principal Gary Tripp of New Mexico's Rio Rancho High School apparently shut down his school's poetry club and fired the teacher who was the club's advisor for failing to censor the public reading of a student poem that criticized the war in Iraq. If anyone who lives in the area feels like sending the superintendent some feedback or e-mailing the school board, I'm sure they could benefit from some constructive guidance.(Via Radley Balko.)
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