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Secret Indoctrination? Parents Told Not To Observe Online Classes

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Secret Indoctrination? Parents Told Not To Observe Online Classes

 

https://www.libertynation.com/

By: Kelli Ballard

August 25, 2020

 

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Recently, Liberty Nation reported on a teacher who tweeted out his concerns about parents and others in the household being able to listen in to and see what’s happening in the virtual classroom. The instructor feared this would inhibit productive conversations concerning race, gender, and sexuality. Now, Tennessee has taken it a step further and has demanded parents sign a form promising they will not eavesdrop on their children’s studies.

When someone tries to point out that schools are indoctrinating children into socialism and the left’s progressive views, they are called out for trying to spread conspiracy theories. Yet, this latest move appears to confirm the fears: Parents, you have no right to know what the teachers are teaching and furthermore, you are not allowed even to observe. The reason given? Confidentiality. Yes, that’s the excuse they are using for objecting to parents witnessing any lessons. The following is part of the waiver parents were asked to sign, provided by The Tennessee Star:

“RCS [Rutherford County Schools] strives to present these opportunities in a secure format that protects student privacy to the greatest extent possible, however because these meetings will occur virtually RCS is limited in its ability to fully control certain factors such as non-student observers that may be present in the home of a student participating in the virtual meeting. RCS strongly discourages non student observation of online meetings due to the potential of confidential information about a student being revealed.”

Teaching Propaganda To Kids

What in the world is so confidential that parents cannot be allowed to see or hear? What happened to the good old days when teachers were begging parents to become more involved, volunteer as a homeroom parent, and to sit and observe a class at any time? Laurie Cardoza-Moore, founder of Proclaiming Justice to the Nations and mother of five homeschooling her children, said during an interview with Fox & Friends Weekend that it absolutely is indoctrination. “It’s ridiculous. It is so hypocritical because they’ve been data mining our children for years, compliments of common core,” she said, continuing: “Obviously, because they are teaching our children propaganda that they should not be teaching. They are trying to socialize our children. We have had a major problem in education, not just here in Tennessee, but across the country where they are indoctrinating our children with propaganda.”

 

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mjperry51

Parents are paying for the education, and don't have the right to know what's being taught?

That's BS. . .

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Rock N' Roll Right Winger

Tennessee has done a great service by their attempt to hide this from the parents. Telling someone not to look at anything will always result in the exact opposite.

Now hopefully thousands of angry parents will sue their butts to get all of the PC propaganda crap removed from the curriculum.

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ThePatriot

If that was the school policy for any of my children, I would have pulled them out of that school in a heartbeat.

Don't want me to observe?  Then clearly you have something to hide.

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oki

Not legal.  As the parents are paying for the internet connection and have overall responsibility for it they are entitled to see and or listen to anything and everything going over it.

What these a$$hats are worried about is simply parents actually seeing what is going on.  If Cops can be required dash and body cams in doing their jobs, then teachers should have no issue with parents seeing what their children are being taught. 

 

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Dean Adam Smithee

Might be something, might be not.  Pretty sure parents aren't allowed in in-person classrooms either.

Oh, man, I can just see my parents and especially my stepmother having showed up in class back in the day; She'd have been correcting and second-guessing and just generally "Karen-ing" the teacher all class long. "That wasn't how I was taught it back in 1956". I'd give my stepmother about 45 seconds before her first "I'm gonna take this to the school board."

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Tikk

Some parents may enjoy watching a transgender man reading children's stories titled like, "Why Rebecca Has A Penis" or "Where Oh Where Did That Sausage Go?"

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ThePatriot
5 minutes ago, Dean Adam Smithee said:

Might be something, might be not.  Pretty sure parents aren't allowed in in-person classrooms either.

Oh, man, I can just see my parents and especially my stepmother having showed up in class back in the day; She'd have been correcting and second-guessing and just generally "Karen-ing" the teacher all class long. "That wasn't how I was taught it back in 1956". I'd give my stepmother about 45 seconds before her first "I'm gonna take this to the school board."

In every school my children attended - schools in California, Kentucky, Nevada and Texas - I was always allowed to sit in the back and observe.

I did that for each of my kids in every school they attended at least once.  If they had not permitted me to observe, I would have taken them out of that school immediately, on the spot.  But that didn't happen - know why?  Because the schools want the federal dollars that children bring in, that's why.

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Rock N' Roll Right Winger
23 minutes ago, ThePatriot said:

In every school my children attended - schools in California, Kentucky, Nevada and Texas - I was always allowed to sit in the back and observe.

I did that for each of my kids in every school they attended at least once.  If they had not permitted me to observe, I would have taken them out of that school immediately, on the spot.  But that didn't happen - know why?  Because the schools want the federal dollars that children bring in, that's why.

When I was a kid in school here in Kentucky they always had a PTA day that they invited parents into the elementary and middle schools to sit in and watch the teachers teach the classes. I'm pretty sure that they still do that now?

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Natural Selection
1 hour ago, pepperonikkid said:

Secret Indoctrination? Parents Told Not To Observe Online Classes

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Dean Adam Smithee
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1 hour ago, Rock N' Roll Right Winger said:

When I was a kid in school here in Kentucky they always had a PTA day that they invited parents into the elementary and middle schools to sit in and watch the teachers teach the classes. I'm pretty sure that they still do that now?

I do remember the occasional "Parents Day" in Indiana. But that was different, it was a special day, they couldn't just walk in any old day and take a seat. We also had the evening "Meet the teacher and talk about your kid" thing once or twice a year. As I recall at the Quaker school in Indiana it was called PTO rather than PTA.

There apparently still is a national "Parents Day" as part of NEA's American Education Week: November 16-20, 2020 but I'm not of fan of the NEA; I'd be skeptical that it's anything more than a potemkin-like dog-and-pony show. And beyond that one special day? Especially THESE DAYS? I'd be surprised as heck if any parent - even a legit parent of a registered student - could get more than 6' inside the door without the entire school district going into lockdown.

 

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Ticked@TinselTown

Remember when all the talk was about how children needed to be protected on the Internet so that they didn't find their way into dangerous chat rooms and be exposed to things that were unhealthy for them?

THIS SOUNDS EXACTLY LIKE THAT! 

The teachers are TERRIFIED of parents finding out just how extreme the indoctrination has become in the classrooms.

If it has to do with your child, it comes into your home, you have every RIGHT AS A PARENT to monitor EVERY SINGLE MOMENT of the interactions that happen, and no teacher or school board has the right to dictate to a parent HOW to parent their child, and if monitoring your child to make certain they understand what is going on and are learning is grounds for the school/teacher reporting the parent, then that should make people every more curious about what is going on!

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Taggart Transcontinental

Yes! Parents paying to enslave their children mentally into marx. What a wonderful school system we have. Maybe its time we just turn it all off, stop paying their checks, and teach our own kids?

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