Lilit Vanetsyan, a teacher in Fairfax County, Virginia, confronted school board officials in neighboring Loudoun County Tuesday to push back toward what she described as a radical lesson plan that would teach children to “root for socialism when they get to middle school.” “
“Parents, the longer you wait and do not have your child’s schools in charge, give these guys more time to dictate what’s best for your child’s physical, mental and emotional health,” she said, pointing to the board as she spoke. from the podium at Tuesday’s school board meeting.
She joins a growing number of parents and educators who speak out against the controversial critical race theory that opponents claim is a divisive curriculum that teaches young people to judge each other by their skin color.
“Students, you are at the forefront of these indoctrination camps. Challenge the staff when you are presented with a ridiculous statement and do not allow anyone to tell you that you can not accomplish anything because of your skin color or hate yourself because of your skin color. , “said Vanetsyan. “Students, it̵
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Vanetsyan’s last message was to the school board: “And finally, to the board, this is not over. And your policy is just like -” she heard heard before her microphone cut out.
Social media users gave her amazing reviews.
“Share this everywhere. Every parent, teacher and student needs to hear it,” tweeted Conservative comedian Tim Young.
“The sound of courage challenges the poison of cowardice,” agreed Minnesota prime ministerial candidate Scott Jensen.
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“Not all heroes wear robes,” others applauded.
Parents and teachers in Loudoun County have come up with national news too late for their position on the local school board agenda. But the trend is catching on elsewhere. New Jersey preschool teacher Dana Stangel-Plowe resigned this week because of the school’s curriculum, which she claimed led white and male students to believe they were “oppressors.”
“The school’s ideology requires students not to see themselves as individuals, but as representatives of a group that forces them to adopt privilege or victim status,” Stangel-Plowe wrote in her letter, adding that students arrived at her classroom and believed that “people born with less melanin in their skin are oppressors, and people born with more melanin in their skin are oppressed. “
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“These children are the future of this country. And if you love this country, you will do anything and everything to stand up for the vulnerable people, and that is our children,” Vanetsyan told Fox News. Dana Perino Monday on “America’s Newsroom” while wearing a “Make Education Great Again” t-shirt.