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January 27, 2024
Superintendent Busted Trying To Secretly Close A School For Special Needs To Turn It Into A Migrant Facility
If the Panny D should have taught the left anything, it would be that school closures cause educational harm that is irreparably disastrous. That statement is true for your average student. But school closures are worse for those who have special needs and need extra attention. So you would think that these people would have learned their lesson and never, ever, do this again. But nope. None of that even matters to the “No Human Is Illegal” mob.
Staff from a school district in North Carolina tried to secretly close a special education school and turn it into a “resettlement” facility for migrants. It is unclear what such a facility even is, but it is clear that such a building is drastically more important to the superintendent than some of our most vulnerable members of society.
They tried to do all of this behind closed doors. Without any input from the public or approval from the Board of Education. More often than not, when you are sneaking around and deceiving the public, that is a sign that what you are doing is wrong.
And these people call themselves the “compassionate” ones.
Fortunately, because of how unpopular this decision was, they have given up their moronic plan (that I don't even think was even in their power to make) and there will be no closing of the special education school. At least, for now.
“New Hanover County Commissioner Dane Scalise wrote an op-ed Wednesday rebuking New Hanover Superintendent Dr. Charles Foust’s announcement that the Career Readiness Academy at Mosley (known as ‘Mosley’) would be shut down and transformed into a ‘newcomers school.’
‘Newcomers schools may be called schools, but they are more akin to migrant resettlement and assimilation facilities,’ Scalise wrote. ‘The purported mission of these facilities is not to educate students in the traditional sense but to allegedly help entire immigrant and refugee families integrate into the local community where they are relocated.’
Mosley ‘offers custom-tailored education to local students who require special learning,’ Scalise noted.
‘Discussions and decisions of this magnitude should be had and made by our elected Board of Education, not by staff behind closed doors,’ Scalise wrote.”
First of all, I am in complete shock that this was decided by the staff and not the Board of Education. That is infuriating and every single person who was part of that decision should be fired. These people were hired to care for the students in the district.
How was it even allowed that staff can make such an abhorrent decision? This is not their decision to make. Since when was the superintendent tasked with making decisions on how to assist foreign nationals? What is going on? They tried to do all of this without any input from the public or the Board of Education. Why do these people even work in education if they hate it this much?
"Thank you to all the citizens of New Hanover County (and beyond) who joined me in LOUDLY telling the Superintendent that his plan to close Mosley and replace it with a "newcomers school" was wrong and needed to be stopped immediately. As a result of our voices and efforts, the Superintendent announced yesterday that he would indeed be putting a stop to his plan in its entirety," Scalise wrote on X.
I am pleased that the school district will no longer be prioritizing foreign nationals over Americans. But the superintendent should still be fired.
"I challenge our school board members - many of whom I will note also publicly opposed the Superintendent's ill-advised plan - to make clear at their next public meeting that he and his staff are forbidden from pursuing such a path in the future," Scalise added.
This is not even the first time a school district has decided to do something like this.
It was just two weeks ago that an entire New York City high school went remote to house migrants.
And I guarantee you, this, unfortunately, won’t be the last time we see a story like that.
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