Say What?!: San Francisco Principal Holds Back Student Election Results Over Diversity Concerns

say-whatSAN FRANCISCO, Cal. – A San Francisco middle school principal is facing criticism for withholding class election results because she was concerned about a lack of racial diversity.

Lena Van Haren, principal of Everett Middle School, came under fire from some students and parents earlier this month when she announced that the results of the Oct. 9 student election were being withheld due to a lack of racial diversity among the winners.

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