Parents let the local school board have it when the “Equity Statement” they released claimed there is “white advantage” in “structures” that “need to be dismantled.” They are trying to implement critical race theory (CRT) in the classrooms and the school district. This is happening all over the U.S., with parents who are waking up to make an effort to stop the CRT program from creeping into their schools.
Palm Beach County, Florida parents, are the latest to push back in a big way. NEWSMAX reports that the parents struggle with the school board over an “Equity Statement” and CRT in the classroom. A statement from the school district claimed there is a “white advantage” in “structures” that “should be dismantled.” One parent, Bryan Rudnick, is looking at his options and wants to keep pushing to eliminate the CRT agenda from Palm Beach schools:
Keep pushing, Mr. Rudnick!
Other school boards have been in the hot seat over their acceptance of CRT:
A Virginia parent brought the fire to the local school board meeting when she delivered a masterful takedown of teaching ‘Critical Race Theory’ in schools. The video below has garnered national attention for the woman’s incredible speech to the school board. Questions about this woman’s identity were answered on Twitter:
She’s a proud member of the ‘Loudoun GOP Women’…We are thrilled she’s on team GOP and helping us fight this racist ideology!
#Loudouncounty parents brought the 🔥🔥🔥 at the school board meeting tonight.
— Ian Prior (@iandprior) May 12, 2021
There is a movement in Loudoun County, Virginia, to take back the schools by ousting six school board members:
A recent report exposed the school board for having a secret Facebook group that targeted conservative parents opposed to teaching Critical Race Theory:
Loudoun Parents for Education (LPE) announced they were seeking to recall Beth Barts, Denise Corbo, Leslee King, Atoosa Reaser, Ian Serotkin, and Chairwoman Brenda Sheridan for “neglect of duty, misuse of office, and incompetence in the performance of their duties.” The six board members were accused of being part of a Facebook group that sought to create lists of parents who opposed CRT or wanted schools open for in-person learning.