The Ysleta school district superintendent evidently has “denied that the school supported the walkout…” in an interview with the Times.
Does anyone know how the students learned of the walkout?
Even if there really was a 6th grader that learned of the national walkout through sources other than the school, I doubt that his or her classmates would pay much attention.
Google offered “enable to function or act” as a definition of the word support.
It is a fact that the teachers allowed about 400 students to walkout of class.
The superintendent is wrong.
We deserve better