After threat of suit, school backs down and allows pro-life club

After threat of suit, school backs down and allows pro-life club

- in Grumpy Educators

Angelique Clark

Steve Gunn

EAG News

LAS VEGAS – Just how frequently to public schools get away with violating students’ rights, just because most students don’t know their rights, or how to find legal help when they need it?

One student, Angelique Clark of Las Vegas, is one bright student who refused to be trampled on.

Last December Clark filed an application to form a pro-life club for students at her school, the West Career and Technical Academy in the Clark County (Las Vegas) school district.

In February she learned the school’s assistant principal had denied the application for a variety of reasons: he considered abortion “controversial,” pro-choice students would feel “left out,” and other people were more qualified than Clark to speak out on the issue, according to a release from the Thomas More Society.



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