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Parents in Connecticut have filed a lawsuit against Cheshire Academy in Connecticut alleging that their son was expelled from the school because of his conservative views.
The school has denied that the student, Michael Mancini, was punished because of his political views.
The article goes on to state the following:
“As some of you may be aware, earlier this week, following a fair process, a student was expelled. This student was given a number of chances to adhere to our expectations, and the rules and code of conduct of Cheshire Academy. Contrary to what you may have read, our decision was not based on an opposition to political dialogue,” Julie Anderson, head of schools at the academy, wrote in a letter to parents from the school, according to myrecordjournal.com.
Mancini’s parents have claimed he was expelled for saying that people who are transgender have “legitimate hormonal or mental disorder” and are “just looking for attention,” according to myrecordjournal.com. The parents also alleged that classmates began “verbally attacking” Mancini over his opinions.
A West Hartford couple is suing Cheshire Academy, alleging the prep school expelled their son because he expressed conservative views, according to legal papers. https://t.co/TGhtqxflT4
— New Haven Register (@nhregister) April 19, 2019
— New York Post (@nypost) April 20, 2019
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