The New Hampshire Union Leader published an editorial speaking directly to the expense of going to court over a pending lawsuit in SAU16. In Gender gymnastics: How much is this going to cost?, the editor makes several good points regarding the tax dollars that will be spent on this lawsuit.
No, I don’t think David Ryan has completely abandoned his radical political agenda (think Critical Race Theory). In the SAU16 schools -he’d never do that! But the SAU16 attorneys tried to distance Superintendent Ryan and his push for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice (DEIJ), on to the schools within the SAU.
Another lawsuit was filed against SAU16/Exeter’s superintendent David Ryan. So far I’ve counted four lawsuits in the last few months. The first involved a teacher who removed a student from class when he wore a Thin Blue Line Flag during a day when students could wear flags that represented their views.