Students, alums call out schools for discrimination

A succession of students and recent graduates of the Salem-Keizer School District spoke to the School Board from the audience on Tuesday, Dec. 10 about their experiences with discrimination.

The general agreement among the speakers, nearly all of whom were Latinx, was that teachers and administrators singled them out on misconduct issues. The young speakers claimed that they had been punished out of proportion to the students as a whole.

Jesse Lippold . . .

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