This vid examines the suspension of Brandi Blackbear. (Hat Tip: HBL, hblist.com)
** Partial Draft Script **
I had not been feeling well so I visited my doctor. After examining me, he had a very serious and concerned look on his face. I asked, What is it?
After adjusting the bone through is nose, he explained, Onga bunga bunga in your binga banga bunga.
Fearfully, I pleaded, EnglishI only understand English.
Rubbing his chin thoughtfully, he concluded with authority, Jim, your leg is haunted.
My leg is HAUNTED!?!
At this point, many of you are completely shocked, appalled, and apoplectic. In this day and age, how could I accept such a diagnosis from my witch doctor? Why, of course, this story isnt true; however, I told it to introduce something so shocking and disturbing that no one would dare to make it upproof positive that public school teachers are idiots.
This video is rated W for witches.
This is actually an old story, which occurred almost 10 years ago (December 1999). Brandi Blackbear, a 15-year old girl, was suspended from school for 15 days. Her offensethe school suspended her for being a witch. Worse, she had cast a spell on one of her teachers that made him so ill that he was hospitalized.  In Oklahoma, they will not suffer witchery!!
After the teachers illness, the schools assistant principal, Charlie Bushyhead, questioned the student about a library book that she had read about Wiccan beliefs. He concluded that she had cast a spell on the ill teacher, that she was an immediate threat to the school, and suspended her for being disruptive to the education process.
Although she sued the school over the suspension and to recover confiscated notebooks containing her non-school related creative writing, the judge ruled in favor of the school. Apparently, it is not arbitrary and capricious for a school official to suspend a student suspected of sickening their teacher by casting spells.
I guess The Crucible is not on the required reading list in Oklahoma public schools.
In case you suspect that I am making up the Blackbear story, you can read the ACLU Press Release on the sidebar. Also, in 2006, this case was dramatized in a movie titled, Not Like Everyone Else.
The rest of this video is definitely NC-18, so kids dismissed. No profanity or sex, just essential integrations to follow.
 ACLU Press Release, ACLU of Oklahoma Files Federal Lawsuit on Behalf of Student Accused of Hexing a Teacher, 10/26/2000, http://www.aclu.org/religion/schools/16295prs20001026.html .
 Not So-Practical Magic: High School Expels Student for Casting a Sickening Spell, Reuters, 10/28/2000, http://mirror.hb-rights.org/www.abcnews.go.com/sections/us/DailyNews/studentmagic001028.html .