Carroll County: Board of Ed Orders Teachers to Take Down ANTI-TRUMP Posters Hung in Schools

The Carroll County Board of Education stood by the school system’s decision to remove posters from a few Westminster High School classrooms, and gave direction to Superintendent Stephen Guthrie to create clearer policy and regulation for future incidents.

Guthrie and Board of Education President Devon Rothschild addressed the recent incident where a few Westminster High School teachers were told to remove “We the People” posters they had hung in their classrooms. School system officials said the posters, which they deemed to be anti-President Donald Trump, violated policies that say educators can’t take a political stance in the classroom.