28th April 2012
Jack Berghouse doesn’t dispute that his son, a sophomore at Sequoia High School, copied someone else’s homework. But the Redwood City father believes the school district was wrong to kick his teenager out of an English honors class for the offense, and his decision to sue has embroiled the family in a public, opinionated debate.
Why not? Everybody else does it.
“I’m getting a lot of hate calls at my office,” said Berghouse, who practices family law. “I had no freaking idea this would happen.”
My, what a surprise. Aren’t you surprised? I’m sure surprised.
Perhaps lawyers ought not to be allowed to reproduce.