NJ high school faces backlash over new ‘inclusive’ cheerleading policy

A high school has sparked controversy over a new policy which requires every person who tries out to make the cheerleading squad.

East Hanover High School in East Hanover in New Jersey allegedly enforced the new rule after a mother complained about her daughter not making the team.

Initially, the school only faced backlash from cheerleaders and parents but now the issue has gone viral, and the internet is not in favor of the new policy either.

A lot of people including Fox News argue that the policy takes away the competitive drive of the sport.

However, the school administration says the new policy “supports and encourages more participation.”

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