A mother in Berks County, Philadelphia, found herself banned from her son's school, when it was alleged that she had said school policy was "like being in a Nazi concentration camp".
NBC Philadelphia reports that Maurine Callmann had a meeting with school administrators after her son, Austin, was given detention for taking a picture of a friend at school. Austin claimed that although taking snaps was against school rules, he was allowed to do so for a digital photography class. His mother then met with administrators to discuss the issue, and things got heated. Here she explains what happened:
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