Teachers union wants Democrats to fight back against Republicans' critical race theory attacks

m.knox

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Doubling down on stupid................ The way of the democrats.

Personally, I'd like the democratic-educational complex to focus on math and science. Without the two, the Earth is going to end in 10 years.

But they rather teach about 60 intersectional gender combinations and how everyone is a racist.

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/20...s-fight-back-republican-crt-attacks-rcna38001

In recent years, Democrats — and their teacher-union allies — have found themselves on the defensive against Republican efforts to ban books and lessons on race and gender identity. School boards have been torn asunder over "critical race theory," and conservatives have portrayed teachers and Democrats as child predators. That has left many Democrats nervous about engaging on cultural issues attached to schooling, particularly since former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe lost his comeback bid after saying parents should not have a hand in curriculum decisions.
 
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Doubling down on stupid................ The way of the democrats.

Personally, I'd like the democratic-educational complex to focus on math and science. Without the two, the Earth is going to end in 10 years.

But they rather teach about 60 intersectional gender combinations and how everyone is a racist.

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/20...s-fight-back-republican-crt-attacks-rcna38001

In recent years, Democrats — and their teacher-union allies — have found themselves on the defensive against Republican efforts to ban books and lessons on race and gender identity. School boards have been torn asunder over "critical race theory," and conservatives have portrayed teachers and Democrats as child predators. That has left many Democrats nervous about engaging on cultural issues attached to schooling, particularly since former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe lost his comeback bid after saying parents should not have a hand in curriculum decisions.
NBC did their damned best to spin this for the teacher’s unions and the evil 🤡 cartel. Absolutely terrible article.

Rs need to stay on the offensive here. Keep going into more and more schools to expose this crap. Go to board meetings and raise hell. Have massive walkouts taking their kids out of school.

Apparently, they are very nervous about these issues which shows how affective the publicity has been.
 
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m.knox

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NBC did their damned best to spin this for the teacher’s unions and the evil 🤡 cartel. Absolutely terrible article.

Rs need to stay on the offensive here. Keep going into more and more schools to expose this crap. Go to board meetings and raise hell. Have massive walkouts taking their kids out of school.

Apparently, they are very nervous about these issues which shows how affective the publicity has been.

This is a sure fire winner on the right.

I mean, the typical solar panel has an efficiency of just less than 20%. If our scientists and engineers could develop one at 40 or 60%, it would be a game changer. Likewise for emerging technology of carbon capture (filtering out C02 from the stack).

Meanwhile, the left is pushing CRT and queer theory in schools......... It is absolutely counter intuitive to SAVING THE PLANET.....
 
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