A California principal used an anti-bullying assembly to accuse — wrongly — a freshman boy of cyberbullying. Arroyo High School Principal Larry Smith pointed out the boy as he sat with 400 classmates.
“The student was saying he didn’t do it, but then the principal kept saying he did,” said freshman Kenneth Lee. “The principal said he posted an inappropriate picture about someone, but he deleted the picture knowing he did something wrong.”
Smith later admitted the boy “didn’t do anything wrong.” He re-assembled the freshman class to apologize.
Via Reason’s Hit & Run blog.