By Mira Soni
A New Jersey high school has come under scrutiny after yearbook photos and quotes referencing President Donald Trump were removed before publication.
Several Wall Township High School students and parents were surprised to discover that the “Make America Great Again” logos on the shirts they had worn for their school pictures had been photoshopped off. A student whose senior quote was attributed to Donald Trump had no quote published beneath her portrait.
Wall Township Superintendent Cheryl Dyer released a statement on Saturday declaring that the administration “does not condone any censorship of political views on the part of our students.”
On Tuesday, the school’s yearbook adviser was suspended until the completion of the investigation into the incident.
Parents whose children were impacted by the photoshopped pictures have asked for the yearbook to be reissued.