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Parents of students in the Scottsdale Unified School District were shocked to discover that a school board member had secretly compiled a dossier detailing parents who opposed critical race theory. The dossier was compiled on Google Drive and contained a list of parents who objected to teachings about CRT; it included photographs of both the parents and their children. Parents who had been calling for the recall of Governing Board President Jann-Michael Greenburg are now demanding he resign over the secret dossier, to which he had access. “I am calling for the immediate resignation of our board president Jann-Michael Greenburg,” said Amy Carney, a mother of six, who is now running for a seat on the Scottsdale Governing Board.
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More than one-fifth of the nation’s largest 100 school districts have contracts with a Critical Race Theory-tinged firm cofounded by the son-in-law of Attorney General Merrick Garland, who recently raised the specter of involving the FBI against parents who express anger over CRT and other issues at school board meetings. Garland’s daughter is married to Xan Tanner, a cofounder of Panorama Education, which issues surveys to students asking if they are feeling “genderfluid,” and asks, “How confident are you that students at your school can have honest conversations with each other about race?” At least one district’s contract says all of the personal student data is sent to the company — which is funded by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg — under a loophole that circumvents a requirement for pare...
A New York school superintendent and avid backer of critical race theory was voted out by his school board this week. The decision was taken after anger from parents boiled over on Martin Cox’s plan for a diversity task force coupled with their displeasure on how he handled other duties.
The largest teachers’ union in the country has filed a lawsuit against a Rhode Island mom to block her numerous requests for public records regarding her school district and Critical Race Theory, prompting her to fire back, “I just got served with a lawsuit from the teacher union NEARI. Throwing down the gauntlet, are we? Game on.” Nicole Salas, who started her odyssey in challenging the school district back in April, continued by writing, “Today the teacher union NEA filed ANOTHER lawsuit against me —this time a Temporary Restraining Order and Preliminary Injunction. Will teacher unions bullying moms be an everyday thing now?”
This is a major breakthrough in one of our oldest-running lawsuits, now directly against the Biden Administration, about the Obama-Biden Administration’s “Iran lie.” In our Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) case against the State Department, we just discovered that senior Obama-Biden officials held a “meeting” where a “decision” was made on what to tell the press about its clandestine negotiations with Iran in reaching the infamous “Iran Nuclear Deal.” That “meeting” and what “decision” was made has been kept from the American public, but all that is about to change. We have just obtained a new federal court order in this case, and it’s a big one. Despite attempts by the Biden Deep State to hide the truth about the disastrous Iran deal, the court agreed with our arguments and ordered the B...
Prepare to be patted on the head. And listen for the “Tsk, tsk, you don’t really understand what we’re about, dear.” That’s how it will be in Minnesota and probably elsewhere if a leftist teachers union can spread its ideas on how to respond to its promotion of critical race theory. Before reading the following, you might want to take a deep breath and exhale or whatever it is you do to reduce stress. You might have to do that after reading it, too. Education Minnesota is trying to counter growing community.. pushback against CRT around the state, so it has published a guide on how teachers should respond, a copy of which was obtained by Powerline and publicized by Minnesota’s Alpha News.
A public speaker at the Aug. 24 meeting of the Fayette County Board of Education took issue with the recent decision to purchase thermal imaging/facial recognition cameras to be installed in schools to detect fevers. He cited concerns over privacy, limited use during the pandemic, the $500,000 cost of the equipment and the need for government to share in the suffering faced by property owners and the private sector. The school board on Aug. 10 approved the purchase of up to 75 Hikvision cameras, at an installed price of $7,000, for a maximum of $525,000. The purchase will be made using ESPLOST (education special purpose local option sales tax) safety and security funds. Speaking during the public comments portion of the meeting, Mike Coley spoke on the school board’s recent approval to pur...
“Truth will ultimately prevail where there is pains to bring it to light,” George Washington. Thanks to our panel of moms who take the pains everyday to understand the truth about the insideous teachings in our schools and share it with us. Most important, sharing exactly what we can do about it. A big thank you to Speaker Pro Tem Jan Jones for the legislative update and her work to lead the General Assembly toward restoring election integrity and efforts to restore proper instruction to all students in Georgia. #gagop #gapol #parentstrumpgovernment #StopCRT #educationreform #restorecivics
After a fourth-grade Minnesota girl told her school board that her teacher asked her to hide the fact that she was forced to take an “equity survey,” from her mother, her mother went on national TV to blast organizations that impose their “equity” agenda on children, firing, “‘Equity’ is the mask that Critical Race Theory hides behind.” Haylee Yasgar told the Sartell-St. Stephen School District board: My name is Haylee Yasgar. I was in fourth grade at Riverview Intermediate School last year. … I was asked to leave that equity survey; my teacher said that I could not skip any questions even when I didn’t understand them. One question asked us what gender we identify with. I was very confused along with a lot of other classmates. A boy in my class asked my teacher if his mom could explain th...
A long report from Politico out this morning reveals that the ongoing discontent over critical race theory in public schools isn’t confined to conservative or right-leaning parents. In reality, parents across the political spectrum have a host of complaints about what’s going on in public schools these days, including the recent push for including CRT’s controversial tenets and arguments in public-school curricula. Here are a few key details from the piece: On the national level, Democrats have insisted that the brush fires over critical race theory — which has become a political punching bag even for unrelated equity initiatives — are largely the work of right-wing activists who willfully misrepresent what it means, and they blame Fox News for fanning parents’ anger. “That’s another right...
If there’s one good thing that came out of school closures, it’s that parents finally had a window into what their kids were being exposed to in the classroom — and many were horrified by what they saw. That’s exactly what happened in Carmel, Indiana, where parents learned the full scope of the perversion being peddled to their children. The school libraries there are filled with storybooks pushing radical transgender ideology, lessons on masturbation for middle schoolers, and novels with explicit sexual scenes including one describing a bloody rape. At a meeting of the Carmel Clay School Board on Monday, outraged parents took turns reading excerpts from these materials. They are so objectionable that it’s necessary to issue more than our usual warning of graphic content.
In a CNN interview with Anderson Cooper that aired in June, Barack Obama weighed in on perceived GOP anxieties. Instead of worrying about the economy and climate change, worries he thought appropriate for Republicans, “Lo and behold,” he told Cooper, “the single most important issue to them apparently right now is critical race theory. Who knew that that was the threat to our republic?” I would argue that critical race theory, CRT for short, is not only a threat to the republic but also a threat to our families. Obama has already shown the damage that race can inflict on family, starting with this own. In March 2008, with his campaign floundering after the toxic Rev. Wright tapes surfaced, Obama played the CRT card to salvage his candidacy. During a critical speech in Philadelphia, Obama r...
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