From the Education Action Group. This is a frightening effort to stifle free spech:
'Good board members learn to compromise'
DiMiceli’s letter drew a stinging rebuke from the board president.
In a letter to the West Hempstead Herald, Ejnes wrote that “good board members learn to compromise, and if a decision does not go your way, it is unheard of to go out publicly and undermine the board’s final decision.”
At Ejnes’ urging, the board will revisit its code of ethics in October to determine the course of action if a member violates the policies.
The school board’s attorney has already reviewed the legality of DiMiceli’s actions, but the board has refused to make his findings public.
Really? It's "unheard of to go out and publicly undermine the board's final decision?" That's insane. Imagine if Congress adhered to the rule. So, if you lose a debate you cannot criticize the the board's final decision? The left in America today can't help but try to stifle the opposing point of view. And they do it with whatever type of harassment they deem necessary