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Los Angeles school officials on Friday rescinded a suspension they had levied against a journalism advisor at Daniel Pearl Magnet High School who had refused to censor an article naming an unvaccinated campus librarian.
Adriana Chavira was facing a suspension of three days without pay over the article about employees who declined to follow the L.A. Unified School District’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
“In LAUSD, about 240 teachers opted out of getting the vaccine, which led to them not showing up to school on Oct. 18,” reported the school’s student-run news website, the Pearl Post. “Among them was teacher-librarian Greta Enszer from Daniel Pearl Magnet High School.”
For several months after the article was published in November, Enszer and the Lake Balboa school’s principal had demanded that the name be removed.
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