ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP)—A school bus driver let Rachel Armstrong's three
children board the bus Monday morning, but he warned them that he wouldn't
give them a ride home that afternoon, nor could they ever ride his route
The problem: Armstrong's 10-year-old twin girls and 8-year-old son speak
English. According to their mother, the driver told them the route had been
designated for non-English speakers only.
Via Gates of Vienna, Students kept from
bus in St. Paul; told reserved for those learning English
busing gotten such a bum rap that the pendulum has swung around again?
Have we gone back to “separate but
I get the memo?
Was there a memo?
I'm horribly confused.
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