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Logan had just gotten the hat during Trump's recent campaign rally in Fresno, and he'd even had it had signed. So when the school's principal asked Logan to remove it, he refused, and the boy's family kept him home for a day, his uncle told the station.
In a statement, district officials said their "job as educators is to facilitate a safe learning environment where we encourage robust conversations of diverse and thoughts. We are proud that in this case, our school achieved that goal by allowing the student to wear his hat for several days. However, it is also our responsibility to take precautions when the discourse begins to impact our school climate and interrupt school operations."
California School Bans Third-Grader From Wearing Pro-Trump Hat