Sunday, September 19, 2021

Public Schools are Worse Than You Think; VA Teacher Says Encouraging Behaviors Like 'following directions' is White Supremacy; Says Making Kids Behave in Class is ‘white supremacy’

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Public schools are worse than you think
Expanding school choice is the only answer
In Hudson, Ohio, public high-school students were assigned the book “642 Things to Write About,” which asked students to “write a sex scene you wouldn’t show your mom,” and another which read, “rewrite the sex scene from above into one that you’d let your mom read.”
Another entry in the book asked students to drink a beer and describe how it tastes. Parents, rightly so, complained the book wasn’t appropriate for high-school students, and on Monday, the city’s Mayor demanded all five school board members resign for allowing it to be taught in the classroom.
Last week, in Leander, Texas, a parent at a school board meeting complained of a novel her son brought home from the school’s library, which contained graphic scenes of two fourth-grade boys engaging in oral sex.
“Who normalizes sex acts between fourth graders? Pedophiles,” the mother, Brandi Burkman, said during the public comment portion of the school board meeting on Sept. 9th. She read several obscene passages from the book, titled “Lawn Boy,” with audible gasps from the attendees.
“In addition, I will share with you the exceptional quality of vocabulary,” Ms. Burkman continued. “I stopped counting on page 66 after 44 f—-s and 41 s—s.” --->READ MORE HERE
VA teacher says encouraging behaviors like 'following directions' is White supremacy:
A Virginia high school teacher posted a video criticizing the concept of students behaving themselves and sitting quietly in class as part of White supremacy.
"I stated that PBIS is White supremacy with a hug and a lot of y'all wanted to know more about that," the teacher said in the video that was originally posted to his TikTok account in May. The teacher was referring to Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS), which is framework used by Virginia public schools "to support positive academic and behavioral outcomes for all students."
The teacher appears to be Josh Thompson, an English teacher at Blacksburg High School.
The Montgomery County School District told Fox News of the video that, "A teacher is entitled to their personal belief regarding any division program. The statements made by this teacher do not reflect our PBIS program or the behavioral expectations that we have of students in our schools."
The school district also noted "MCPS has used PBIS in our schools for eight years. We are proud of our PBIS work. This work helps create a standard for social-emotional learning and behavior expectations in the school building." --->READ MORE HERE
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