Teachers are some of the most important people who will have access to your children during their time on Earth.
Questions for you, parents, about dropping your precious little ones, at school where, if public, God is not allowed.
Why do you drop them off where teachers unions with social progressives work to create little Marxist and Social Justice Warriors out of your children, so they fit into the groupthink, collective, for the rest of the 21st and part of the 22nd centuries?
Why do you drop your children off with adults, some of whom believe white children have privilege, who will teach them everything about sex, who believe gender questions should be asked as early as kindergarten, and teach that climate change will destroy the Earth in 12 years?
Your children at these schools are around other children, some of whom their parents taught them the same progressive ideas, which will be shared as peers, to yours. On playgrounds with bullying, sexual advances with age, access to other’s cell phones with porn, and other overall liberal world views?
With the pressures on schools to not conduct in-person teaching, some of the teachers, I previously described, are on Twitter expressing concerns that their student’s family members, might hear what they are telling their students, during online classes. Why should this be a concern, if it just reading, writing, and arithmetic?
On Saturday, a teacher in Philadelphia started a thread on Twitter lamenting that the virtual-classroom model for school might prevent teachers from having “honest conversations about gender/sexuality” with students because parents might be listening.
Why shouldn't parents hear your "discourse". @MattRKay is hiding comments, he will not be able to hide this one.
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“So, this fall, virtual class discussions will have many potential spectators — parents, siblings, etc. — in the same room. We’ll never be quite sure who is overhearing the discourse. What does this do for our equity/inclusion work?” tweeted Matthew R. Kay, a founding teacher at Science Leadership Academy (SLA).
“How much have students depended on the (somewhat) secure barriers of our physical classrooms to encourage vulnerability? How many of us have installed some version of ‘what happens here stays here’ to help this?” he continued.
So, according to Kay, lots of teachers encourage their students to keep secrets from their parents about what they’re being taught at school. That’s good to know.
Kay’s big concern is indoctrinating kids about sexuality.
“While conversations about race are in my wheelhouse, and remain a concern in this no-walls environment — I am most intrigued by the damage that ‘helicopter/snowplow’ parents can do in honest conversations about gender/sexuality,” he added. “And while ‘conservative’ parents are my chief concern — I know that the damage can come from the left too. If we are engaged in the messy work of destabilizing a kids [sic] racism or homophobia or transphobia — how much do we want their classmates’ parents piling on?”
This is a great time parent to listen in, check your children’s schoolwork, and ask your self, are my children learning the skills needed to succeed in the workplace, and are they learning social issues, that should be taught at home, when appropriate, by you?
I tried one year with our son, 20 years ago, it was already unacceptable, so we homeschooled both our children, and would recommend you do the same, ASAP!