School District Responds to Parent, Claims Child Can’t Be Discriminated Against Because She's White
Public schools are no longer happy to just destroy history. In Wisconsin, they want to completely rewrite American law, and if there’s one constituency who shouldn’t have the power to do so, it’s probably teachers.
After one child began suffering from depression and failing classes, her mother decided to get more involved. She asked the school for resources and assistance for her child but was denied. The school stated that they “would not communicate with [the parents] unless they gave the school access to the student’s personal healthcare information and open dialogue with her healthcare professionals,” reports the Daily Caller.
We can take a moment to process how ridiculous this demand is. Why does the school need contact with the child’s healthcare providers before providing education assistance? She’s depressed, not using a diagnosis of ADHD or something. And a failing student, regardless of behavioral health issue(s), should be allowed to seek assistance to prevent failure. The district obviously didn’t think so, though.
Her mother decided to start going to the district’s Teaching and Learning Committee meetings, discovering that the focus of the meetings was “entirely on helping low-income and non-white students.” The resources and accommodations discussed for these students were the same she had requested for her daughter and was quickly denied. She filed a complaint alleging discrimination.
After filing the complaint, Elmbrook Schools replied, saying there was no evidence of discrimination, that the student’s race, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status were not considered in any decision. However, the student was also not a member of a protected class thus could not be discriminated against.
“To the contrary,” the response stated, “the student’s race sexual orientation and socio-economic status are what are considered to be the majority status and thus do not form a basis for claiming that the student is being treated or has been treated less favorably than persons not in the protected class.”
For any of you wondering if this is actually a thing: It most certainly isn’t. That isn’t remotely how the law works, a fact made clear by the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL), who called the notion “patently false” in a letter to the district and superintendent.
“They think there’s something called protected classes, where only certain people are in protected classes and that there’s also a majority class that does not benefit from these protections. That is not what the law is, that’s what Critical Race Theory teaches, but that’s not what the law is.”
WILL cites a recent policy proposal that came before the school board recently called the “Equity Non-Negotiables” (ENN), which stated outright, “Equity does not mean equal.”
This document outlined the practice of providing different levels of resources to different students and “a system where success is accessible through a representative and inclusive curriculum that decenters whiteness and prioritizes marginalized communities.”
Although the proposal failed to pass the board, WILL believes it is nonetheless being adhered to by teachers in the district.
“We absolutely believe that they’re still adhering to their equity non-negotiables.”
Another parent involved with a group associated with Elmbrook Schools legitimated WILL’s assumption, stating that teachers were advised to “move forward with the non-negotiables under a different name [All In For All] because equity had been poorly received.”
This rebranding of CRT is a frequently used strategy in public schools, as faculty and administrators hope the labels will trick parents into believing it’s not being taught. All the while, it’s being taught across the entire curriculum. And with Elmbrook’s new rewriting of the fourteenth amendment, it would seem the illogic of CRT has managed to eat away at a good portion of the administrators’ brains, as well.
In response to WILL’s letter, the district issued a statement in which it says that WILL misinterpreted the district’s words, but they could have been clearer. They also write that it is not the position of Elmbrook Schools that whites cannot be discriminated against. Except they wrote just that to a concerned parent.
“From our perspective,” says the parent, “rather than take action to resolve any issues that are brought to their attention, they instead deny or avoid complaints and concerns and make efforts to cover-up their harmful actions. We feel that as an organization, the leaders of Elmbrook School District are either incompetent or intentionally creating a hostile environment for their students and within our community.”
I would tend to agree. But then there are too many incompetent teachers and administrators who are also intentionally creating a hostile environment in schools. I’ll toss this story atop the towering pile I have stacking up and continue to hope parents are paying attention. Our children deserve better than anything the public schools are willing to give them. It’s time to leave those institutions to rot.
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