Principal at Martin Luther King Is Removed After Students' Arrest
The Board of Education has removed the principal of the troubled Martin Luther King Jr. High School after a spate of violence involving weapons at the school. Most recently, on Friday, a student sneaked a knife into the bustling five-story building and threatened another student. The removal of the principal, Ronald Williams Wells, came almost three weeks after a crush of students, teachers and administrators
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of the task force working to phase out the old school. "There is much work to be done. We need to address safety and security, as well as other concerns that have been raised, including academics and student selection."
My opinion on the whole thing is that the school made the right decision to remove the princible from the school. For one reason what if something happened again like Columbine. That would not be good.