Dec 272010
 December 27, 2010  Posted by  Court, Workplace

Dennis Carlson, superintendent of the Anoka-Hennepin School District in Minnesota, has been trying to “correct inaccurate statements about students who have committed suicide over the past year.” Mr. Carlson has always publicly stated that school officials did not ignore reports from parents and students about anti-gay bullying, like the kind that led Justin Aaberg to kill himself.

The Minnesota school district has suffered from several high profile teen suicides and has a reported history of wide-spread bullying occurring within its district. Like Alex Merritt (pictured), a straight student who claimed two of his own instructors targeted him. And now those teachers say the state illegally violated their privacy by outing them as the accused bullies.

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