050. A School Girl Sues Her School

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A straight-A student got a C in cooking and didn't like it. She didn't like it much that her dad filed a complaint in court about it. He alleges that the teacher, is white, discriminated against his daughter, who is . He seeks to have her grade changed from C to an A and asks for unspecified damages.
Virginia Brown is in the ninth grade Ashley High School. Since her first year in , she has had perfect attendance and all her have been A's. Virginia's father said her heart broken when she got the C.
"She cried whole weekend," he said. "She wouldn't come out her room. Her eyes were red and puffy. little girl hasn’t been this upset since her got run over by a car when she 6 years old."
Virginia is a model student. 's the class president. She's on the swim team, volleyball team, and the track team. She belongs the chess club. She is a member of Girl Scouts and sings in her church choir.
home economics teacher is 28-year-old Jessica Smith. This her first year teaching. Ms. Smith said that was absolutely not the issue. “Some of my friends are African-Americans," she said. “This isn’t a and white problem. Everybody in America wants to everybody else. I’m going to sue them for of character and whatever else my lawyer comes with.”
The school principal, who grew up in , said that he supported Ms. Smith 100 percent. said that Virginia is an excellent student who have no problem getting into the best universities with a C in cooking. “She won’t have difficulty finding a great university, but she might problems finding a husband,” he laughed. “She’d better for a man who likes to eat out lot.”
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