Parents were stunned by a recent announcement by the Chicago Public School District (CPS), that there will no longer be separate washrooms for boys and girls in their schools.
The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) reported that teachers at a school in Illinois confiscated the Bible of a second grade student after they caught her reading the Bible at recess.
According to a report by the US Centers for Disease Control continued use of virtual learning instead of returning to in-person classes is damaging children’s mental health.
The Daily Wire just provided a breakdown of the top ten insane stories involving America educators this past week. Remember, these are only the ones that were caught.
There are two stories about how woke, left-wing educators are trying to train your children. Not surprisingly these stories are out of New York and California. According to an article on Fox News, California educators are proposing a new curriculum that would have students chanting the names of Aztec gods of death, which people were sacrificed to sometimes by having their hearts cut out while they were still alive.
As teachers and their unions continue to oppose the return to in-person classrooms in California, there was a warning on the United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) Facebook page for teachers not to post any photos of their holidaying on social media during spring break. Apparently, it sends the wrong message about the teachers’ position that returning to in-person schooling is unsafe.
According to a report on College Fix, Jonas Ludvigsson, a professor of epidemiology at Sweden’s Karolinska Institute, will no longer be publishing any studies on the Coronavirus because of attacks by a woke left-wing mob, when his study contradicted their feelings.
The United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) is opposed to having schools reopened and as part of its campaign, UTLA is allegedly racially profiling those calling for schools to reopen. An email was sent to one person, who had apparently been cited in the media supporting school reopening, to find out the person’s racial identity. The Daily Caller provides the details: California’s largest teachers union has allegedly sent emails to racially profile parents who have spoken favorably to media about the Los Angeles school district reopening. The Feb. 19 email is entitled as a “research project,” and appears to be sent from an official United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) email address. The “research specialist” said that they are compiling data on race and class based on who speaks about Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) issues in the Los Angeles Times. READ: Teachers Union Allegedly Sends Emails To Racially Profile Los Angeles Parents Speaking To Media In Favor Of School Reopening And, oh yeah, when the president of UTLA stated that the pressure to reopen schools …
The Oregon teachers union demanded that the state vaccinate teachers before they would return to work. Democrat Gov. Kate Brown agreed believing that the kids needed to get back to school. So, the Governor pushed teachers to the front of line ahead of the elderly and those most vulnerable to the virus. The teachers got vaccinated, but now, with the support of the union, they are still refusing to turn to work.
It is time to reopen schools. While teacher’s unions are aggressively opposing the reopening of schools in America, the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) states there is little evidence that COVID is spreading in schools.
The New York Times reports that a large school district in Nevada has been forced to partially reopen to in-person schooling after a surge of suicides among students.
Many of the teachers’ unions are battling any attempts to have kids returning to in person teaching. Of course, they are citing fears of the COVID-1984 pandemic as the reason. One of those leading the charge against reopening schools is a left-leaning leader of the Chicago Teachers Union. I completely understand why she is opposed. I mean who wants to be in blustery Chicago in mid winter, when you could be relaxing at a pool in Puerto Rico?