Naperville Central High School Principal Jim Caudill Tuesday delivered a speech at graduation. Problem was, it wasn't his own. A large portion of the speech was from a 1997 address written by a student. Caudill admits he didn't credit the student or receive permission before or during the speech, though he says he intended to. He's apologized for his mistake.
In this era of making examples out of students who break rules and/or laws, should Caudill face any additional consequences? Do you believe this was an innocent mistake? What do you think should happen to Caudill?