Teacher Tells Students To Keep Harmful Secret From Their Parents
This is how a school gets cussed out. Teachers are not supposed to be telling students that they need to keep things from their parents. They are supposed to stick to their course subjects and that's it. It's just messed up that a teacher would tell students to keep this equity quiz a secret. It's a red flag and parents should reconsider the school altogether. Luckily a fourth-grader came forward and told her parents exactly what her teacher said. She later relayed this information to the school board explaining how uncomfortable this made her feel.
This all happened in Minnesota in Sartell-St. Stephen School District.
"My name is Haylee Yasgar, I was in fourth grade at River View Intermediate School last year. During distance learning, I was asked to complete that equity survey
“My teacher said that I could not skip any questions even when I didn’t understand them. One question asked us what gender we identify with. I was very confused along with a lot of other classmates,” Yasgar said during Monday night’s meeting.
"A boy in my class asked my teacher if his mom could explain the question to him because even after the teacher explained it he still didn't understand. My teacher told him that he was not allowed to ask his mom and that we could not repeat any of the questions to our parents.
I want the school board to know how uncomfortable and nervous this made me feel. My mom always tells me I can tell her anything, but she also tells me I can trust my teachers too.
“Being asked to hide this from my mom made me very uncomfortable like I was doing something wrong, thank you."
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Schools should not be teaching students subjects that parents are not going to approve of. That teacher should be made aware of just how wrong she is, and they should fire her or put her on some sort of probation at the very least. We need to remove politics from schools in general. Teachers should not be indoctrinating students, they should be teaching the basics and CRT is by no means necessary.