School That Forced Girls To Take Pregnancy Tests Realizes Policy Is Insane
1:45 pm, August 9th | by Laura Donovan
Remember when we wrote about the heinous Louisiana charter school that has been forcing all female students to take pregnancy tests and kicking out those with positive results or who refuse to undergo the insane procedure? Well, the institute of education is going to nix the silly policy, which apparently went into effect six years ago.
In wake of negative press on the rule, the Delhi Charter School will no longer make young girls take pregnancy tests. Under the regulation, girls who are proven to be carrying a child would have to participate in a home study program. The same goes for girls who won’t go through with the test. This enraged the American Civil Liberties Union, which attested the policy “violated Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and the Equal Protection Clause and the Due Process Clauses of the U.S. constitution.”
How could this go on for so long in the first place? Nobody saw a problem with it, according to Newser. The chair said “just a handful” of students had been affected by the rule, adding that all of them “came back to school and finished their school.” That is, after they were hidden from the normal girls and no longer walking-talking sinners.