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A student who was suspended from high school for ranting against a teacher on Facebook is suing to have the blemish removed from her record, reports the New York Times. Katherine Evans said she was frustrated with her English teacher for ignoring her pleas for help with assignments and a brusque reproach when she missed class to attend a school blood drive. So Evans, who was then a high school senior and honor student, logged onto Facebook and wrote a rant against the teacher, Sarah Phelps. A few days later, Evans removed the post from her Facebook page and went
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