Schools are too busy going after little boys who make pop tart guns…
After a violent attack on a middle school student in Jacksonville, a judge said he’d seen enough.
He banned the teenage attacker from the area’s public schools, but that decision put school officials in an unusual position.
But the school district’s superintendent, Nikolai Vitti, said the judge went too far.
“I don’t think we should use the bad decision that children make outside of school as an example or scapegoat to make a message,” Vitti said.
Nikolai Vitti says public education is a constitutional right, and all 130,000 students in Duval County’s public schools deserve second, even third chances.
Just last week, a Florida appeals court suspended the order banning her from all Duval County schools. She could be back in class on Monday.