A school district official in Missouri apparently views parents—and their rights!—as a problem in need of a change.
The increase in online learning has created a problem for "woke" activists… it has given parents the opportunity to observe classroom instruction, and to review materials being presented to their children.
That is, until a literary speech coordinator in Missouri figured out how to get parents out of the way. Natalie Fallert sent a memo to teachers, explaining that parents were complaining about the promotion of Critical Race Theory and other indoctrination disguised as instruction. Fallert told teachers, "This doesn't mean throw out the lesson and find a new one. Just pull the resource off [the online-learning portal] so parents cannot see it."
It's an understatement to say that this is outrageous. But if you're surprised, you haven't been paying attention. Our society is at war with parents who are trying desperately to protect their kids from the harmful forces swirling around them. School officials seek to prohibit even voluntary prayer and Bible studies while welcoming explicit sexual content, theories of evolution, gender identity and progressive ideology into the classroom. Parental objections are all-too-often ignored.
But parents and concerned citizens can create the solution to this nightmare. Join your school board and take ownership in regard to the curriculum offered to your children. And opt out your children from harmful indoctrination programs and teach them biblical truth.
If parents around the country will stand together, for their rights and for the well-being of their children, then we will prevail. We are still a country of the people, by the people, and for the people.