Teachers Union Sues Parents To Stop Reveal of Gender Corruption Brainwashing
"Teachers and Teachers unions used to work for the parents and used to stress the parent's duty to assist in the education of the parent's child in the public school. A teachers curriculum was always available for review to the public. A new law suit filed by an NEA affiliate against a parent in effect dismisses that quaint thinking and says parents have no right to what teachers are brainwashing children from the grade of kidnergarten and up in grade schools upon entry," says Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate.
The Rhode Island chapter of the National Education Association has filed a lawsuit against the South Kingstown School Committee and a parent in order to block the release of records concerning Critical Race Theory (CRT) and gender teaching in the school district, Legal Insurrection reported Wednesday.
The teachers' union now claims, in the complaint filed in Superior Court, that the teaching records are "private" and their release as "public interest" records must be "balanced" against the rights of teachers.
South Kingstown mother Nicole Solas, whose child is enrolled in kindergarten, garnered national attention when Legal Insurrection first published her story in June about her attempts to obtain school records regarding the teaching of Critical Race and Gender theories in the school district......................
Solas wrote in June:
I became concerned that Critical Race Theory (CRT) and gender theory were integrated into lessons when an elementary school principal told me that teachers don't refer to students as "boys" and "girls." Additionally, I was told a kindergarten teacher asks five-year-olds, "what could have been done differently on the first Thanksgiving" in order to build upon a "line of thinking about history." I asked why kids could not be called "boys" and "girls" and was told it was "common practice." I asked for clarification on the "line of thinking" about history but got no answers. The more questions I asked, the less answers I received.