Friday, November 25, 2022

Coming to a School Near You? If Not There Already: NEA Subverts Parents, Says Teachers Know ‘Better Than Anyone’ What Students Need;' Affirming of all': Teachers Union Authored Pronoun Guide for Using ‘ze’ and ‘zir’; Radical Gender Lessons for Young Children

NEA Subverts Parents, Says Teachers Know ‘Better Than Anyone’ What Students Need:
The National Education Association (NEA) recently dissed parents and claimed that teachers are the ones who know “better than anyone” what students need.
The NEA tweeted on November 12, “Educators love their students and know better than anyone what they need to learn and to thrive.”
Educators love their students and know better than anyone what they need to learn and to thrive.

— NEA (@NEAToday) November 13, 2022
Better than anyone? Really? Better than parents even?
Former U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos tweeted a reply to the NEA, writing, “You misspelled parents.”
Apparently that sarcastic, though fair, reply, was too much for the NEA to handle.
The NEA then tweeted a reply to Secretary DeVos. “Together, families and educators are an essential team for advocating for the resources and opportunities all students need. Out-of-touch billionaires, however, are not,” the NEA wrote.
In reality, it’s the NEA who is out of touch with what parents expect from their teachers and the educational establishment.
The NEA is the largest labor union in the United States, representing over 3 million people – it’s also an extremely leftist organization headed by a leftist activist, Becky Pringle, who the NEA calls a “fierce social justice warrior” and a “staunch advocate for students who … identify as LGBTQ+.” --->READ MORE HERE
'Affirming of all': Teachers union authored pronoun guide for using ‘ze’ and ‘zir’:
The nation's largest teachers union offered its members a guide on how to use pronouns in an "affirming" manner properly and included a guide to using "ze" and "zir."
The National Education Association's "Pronoun Guide," reviewed by the Washington Examiner, directs members on how to use various preferred pronouns and to grow accustomed to including one's pronouns on nametags and while introducing oneself to colleagues.
The pronoun guide says it has been made available to members of the union and "staff to better understand and use pronouns in a respectful way for all NEA meetings and communications" but acknowledges that "some of this advice may not be appropriate for your school community, depending on current state law."
"In English, we have two sets of gendered pronouns: 'she/her/hers' and 'he/him/his' are pronouns that are attached to a particular gender," the guide says . "We likely all grew up assuming we knew someone’s pronouns just by looking at them, or knowing their gender, but that isn’t the case. In an effort to be more affirming of all, it is important to get out of the habit of assuming pronouns."
The guide features a table graphic that separates different pronouns by their respective case to inform the reader how to use them in a sentence properly. The first three lines from the graphic provide a guide for he/she/they pronouns, but the final line is a guide for using "ze," "zim," "zir," "zirs," and "zirself," which the guide says are pronounced similarly to "they" and "them" pronouns. --->READ MORE HERE
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