I’m here with yet another quick post-racial update for you readers. Yep, I’m here once again to show just how much things have changed for the better here in America. As you know, and as I’ve shown time and time again, the election of America’s first black president almost four years ago, has ushered in a new era of racial solidarity, and harmonic bliss among fellow Americans.

That said, let’s take a look at yet another fine example, this time, from Inglewood, California’s Century Academy of Excellence — yes, a charter school; an institute to whom the education and social development of children has been entrusted.

This from KTLA:

NGLEWOOD, Calif. (KTLA) — A student at Inglewood’s Century Academy of Excellence was kicked out after her mother complained about an alleged racial slur by a teacher.

Brea Persley, 13, says her science teacher told her in front of the whole class last week to “sit your nappy-headed self down.”

“When the kids started laughing, it brought back the memories of when I was in 4th grade and kids used to laugh at me and tease me,” Persley told KTLA.

Teacher Kelly Dempsey called the family and apologized about the comment.

But when Brea’s mother Shronda Williams requested a meeting with school principal Giselle Edman, there was no apology.

Williams said the principal told her she was “happy” the teacher made the comment and that “bad things need to happen to mean kids.”

Edman then expelled the 13-year-old from the school, Williams said.

In a letter to Williams, the school said her daughter was banned “due to the fact that you scolded the principal.”

Check out the video below:

As I see it, this charter school shouldn’t be allowed to get away with this, but what say you?