Friday, May 14, 2010

The Politics of Homosexuality in Illinois Are Revealed

May 13, 2010: Suzan Hebson, assistant superintendent of Highland Park, Ill., sits in her office.

School Official in Basketball Flap Is No Stranger to Controversy

The school official who nixed a girls' high school basketball team's planned trip to Arizona once supported a controversial program that required ninth-graders to attend a “freshman advisory” class at which gay upperclassmen shared stories of their high school experiences.

So now....the truth comes out. this isn't this individual's first trip to the circus. It seems that she is a veritable ongoing source of controversy for this school system, yet she is allowed to not only remain employed, but receive promotions on top of it.

But Hebson is no stranger to controversy. She’s been criticized for making decisions based on politics numerous times in the past.

In 2007, when she was assistant superintendent for human resources in the district, Hebson made national news for supporting an initiative at Deerfield High School that required freshman students to participate in orientation panel discussions, one of which was led by members of the school’s Straight and Gay Alliance Network. During the seminars, upperclassmen spoke to the ninth graders about a variety of topics affecting homosexual teens, including their own personal experiences -- and all students were required to sign confidentiality agreements swearing never to disclose what they heard.

Someone please explain to me how this woman was allowed to keep her job, much less be promoted to the level of a high school principle, where she is obviously carrying on with her homosexual political agenda.

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