Ten US students suspended for 'Kick a Jew' day

Ten US students suspende

November 26, 2009 10:49


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Ten Florida middle school students were suspended this week, for participating in a "Kick a Jew" day. Administrators of the North Naples Middle School told UPI following the November 19 incident that they will work on cultural sensitivity training. It will include using the 20-minute homeroom at the beginning of the day for focusing on character traits, beginning with respect and kindness, district spokesman Joe Landon told the Naples Daily News. The students served a one-day in-school suspension, which is prescribed under the school's bullying and harassment policy.

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