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March 04, 2023
Watch: Mom torches teachers' union that sued her for daring question her kid's kindergarten curriculum
Nothing says total transparency like suing a parent for asking what is being taught to their children! And that's precisely what's happening in Rhode Island.
Nicole Sola, mom of a 5-year-old, politely asked for a copy of her kindergartener's curriculum. The school told her she would have to submit a formal request, as the curriculum was not available online. She also asked if they were teaching gender theory, and the school explained that they don't call the children boys and girls, but instead, "embed the values of gender identity into every classroom, including kindergarten". Oh boy.
\u201cTeacher's union brings lawsuit against the Mom of a 5 yr old for asking to have a copy of the class curriculum. They wanted to send a message to other parents, "If you ask questions, we will come after you".\u201d— Dane (@Dane) 1677816577
The school refused to answer any more of Solas's questions and only communicated through public records requests. But after she submitted hundreds of requests for her hundreds of questions, her school board held a public meeting to discuss suing her for submitting the requests. The requests they told her to submit. Makes total sense.
"In a 5-hour-long school board meeting, they openly debated my moral character, my political motivations, they said that I was causing chaos, wreaking havoc, harming the district, harming children. One school-board member even said she felt unsafe and started to cry, because, as you see, I am really scary."
Yes, a school board member really cried because a tiny mother asked too many questions about what was being taught to her child. This is the state of American public schools. No wonder Chinese kids are already a year ahead by the time they start kindergarten.
The school district didn't end up suing her. But the largest teacher's union in the country did. The National Education Association filed an initial complaint that "request[ed] that a judge block the release of “non-public records” and implement “a balancing test that properly assesses the public interest in the records at issue measured against the teacher’s individual privacy rights.”
The lawsuit claimed, "Given the circumstances of the requests it is likely that any teachers who are identifiable and have engaged in discussions about things like critical race theory will then be the subject of teacher harassment by national conservative groups opposed to critical race theory.”
"Teacher harassment" or fighting the indoctrination of their own children? You be the judge.
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