Many are protesting in front of school.
When school administrators at one California middle school warned students not to use curse words in class, someone had the bright idea to actually show students a list of 21 "unacceptable" words on an overhead projector. WTF?
Teachers did not discuss the words but simply posted them on the chalkboard and told students they are "zero tolerance" words and unacceptable at school.
A teacher leaked the list to a parent, and word spread like wildfire. Many parents are angry that the words were presented to their children without being notified first.
One mom said her seventh grade son had no idea what some of the words and phrases meant. "He came home and said, 'Mommy, what's a blow j*b?"
The school principal agreed that in hindsight, he should have contacted parents about the lesson plan first, thus giving parents the opportunity to opt out of the lesson.
What would you have done?