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what do you think? i dont think its fair, they should have taken the law into consideration, but also what if you were in their shoes the best time of your life whta you have been waiting for, and you dont get a diploma. i also, whats up with the race part? this reminds me of a laundry case in the 1800's

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what do you think? i dont think its fair, they should have taken the law into consideration, but also what if you were in their shoes the best time of your life whta you have been waiting for, and you dont get a diploma. i also, whats up with the race part? this reminds me of a laundry case in the 1800's

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Yes it is pretty bad but:

About a month before the May 27 ceremony, Galesburg High students and their parents had to sign a contract promising to act in dignified way. Violators were warned they could be denied their diplomas and barred from the after-graduation party.

They were warned and I think the fact they signed the contract speaks volumes.

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Yes it is pretty bad but:

About a month before the May 27 ceremony, Galesburg High students and their parents had to sign a contract promising to act in dignified way. Violators were warned they could be denied their diplomas and barred from the after-graduation party.

They were warned and I think the fact they signed the contract speaks volumes.

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Yes it is pretty bad but:
About a month before the May 27 ceremony, Galesburg High students and their parents had to sign a contract promising to act in dignified way. Violators were warned they could be denied their diplomas and barred from the after-graduation party.

They were warned and I think the fact they signed the contract speaks volumes.

yes, i agree with that, but,

In Galesburg, the issue has taken on added controversy with accusations that the students were targeted because of their race: four are black and one is Hispanic. Parents say cheers also erupted for white students, and none of them was denied a diploma.

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Yes it is pretty bad but:
About a month before the May 27 ceremony, Galesburg High students and their parents had to sign a contract promising to act in dignified way. Violators were warned they could be denied their diplomas and barred from the after-graduation party.

They were warned and I think the fact they signed the contract speaks volumes.

yes, i agree with that, but,

In Galesburg, the issue has taken on added controversy with accusations that the students were targeted because of their race: four are black and one is Hispanic. Parents say cheers also erupted for white students, and none of them was denied a diploma.

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