More than 30 California high school students were called out by name and told to leave an assembly because they were not eligible to graduate.

Two truancy officers at North High School dismissed 34 students by calling each one by name. They told the non-graduating students to stand up, look at their graduating classmates and say goodbye.

The two truancy officers acted without prior approval.

Motivational speaker Larry Winget discussed the situation today on “Fox and Friends.”

“They’re not smart enough to graduate a public school because they didn’t do the work, and now they got some fingers pointed at them, and their feelings are hurt,” Winget said.

“They should have been humiliated. I hope their feelings got hurt really bad,” he said.

Winget said the parents aren’t doing their jobs, which is why these students aren’t graduating.


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