Students at a Private School in DC Could Face Expulsion for 'Misplaced Humor'

Students at a Private School in DC Could Face Expulsion for 'Misplaced Humor'


Students at a private school in the nation’s capital could face expulsion for “misplaced humor,” according to the school’s draft “anti-bias” policy obtained by The Washington Free Beacon.

St. Albans, an all-boys school in Washington, is considering adopting a policy regarding the “impact of hate speech, rather than the intent of those perpetrating it, that is of utmost importance,” the draft policy states, The Washington Free Beacon reported.

Students could be expelled “even in the case of a single expression, act, or gesture,” which includes “misplaced humor,” that “should be reported immediately to the student’s adviser.”

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The policy also outlines the expectation that students, teachers or parents who witness or have knowledge of “an incident of hate speech, will report the incident to the appropriate

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