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A Texas school district has cancelled a year-long graduation trip because it wasn’t willing to cover a ceremony for three white students from a school that has a long history of racism and discrimination against non-white students.
Troup Hill Elementary School will not hold the event to celebrate the school’s first graduating class – three white boys who attended the school are on track to graduate from Troup School last year, only to be rejected because of their race.
The children were selected at random from a pool of 5,500 who applied for admission on an online application system in Texas, and had to wait for the results.
‘This is really happening all over Texas right now,’ said parent Shanti Jackson. ‘Everyone is going to start getting this on Twitter. If our children get picked off of this list, they’re going to say, ‘what were you thinking? Why didn’t you try harder? When do you think you’re going to be admitted to a best school in the country?'”
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A Texas school district has cancelled a year-long graduation and graduation trip because it wasn’t willing to cover a ceremony for three white students from a school that has a long history of racism and discrimination against non-white students
In an email to parents, the Troup Hill Elementary School wrote: ‘We are disappointed to be making this announcement today. We wanted to let you know that we regret for the way things went down that the school will be cancelling the last year of this experience.
‘While we do not intend to offer this trip again, we are hopeful that this community can find a solution so we can continue to celebrate the first graduating class.
‘We look forward to providing the best educational experience possible to all our students at Troup Hill Elementary this year.’
Troup Hill, who has a very diverse student population that is mostly Hispanic, Black, Asian and mixed race, has a long history of discrimination and segregation, not just within its public schools, but also in its private schools.
Most recently the district decided not to use the bathroom that