Lilith Vanetsian, a teacher at Fairfax County, Virginia, clashed with school board representatives in neighboring Louden County to back down on what she described as radical lesson plans that would teach children to “root socialism” until they reach high school. “
“Parents, the longer you wait and have no responsibility in your child’s schools, the more time boys have to dictate what is best for your child’s physical, mental and emotional health,” she said, pointing to the board as she spoke. from the podium at the school board meeting on Tuesday.
She joins a growing number of parents and caregivers who oppose the controversial theory of critical race, which opponents say is a divisive curriculum that teaches teens to judge each other by skin color.
“Students, you are at the forefront of these indoctrination camps. Challenge staff when they make a ridiculous statement to you, and don̵
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Vanessyan’s last message was to the school board: “Finally, to the blackboard, it’s not over. And your rules as much -” she heard him say before her microphone was turned off.
Social media users gave her rave reviews.
“Share this everywhere. Every parent, teacher and student should hear it,” tweeted conservative comedian Tim Young.
“The sound of courage provokes the poison of cowardice,” agreed Minnesota Gov. Scott Jenson.
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“Not all characters wear cloaks,” others applauded.
Parents and teachers in Loudon County have recently published national news about their position against the agenda of the local school board. But this trend is being caught elsewhere. New Jersey prep school teacher Dana Stangel-Plow resigned this week because of her school’s curriculum, which she says makes White students and men believe they are “oppressors.”
“The school’s ideology requires that students be perceived not as individuals but as members of a group, forcing them to accept the status of privilege or sacrifice,” Stangel-Plow wrote in his letter, adding that students arrived in her classroom believing that “people born with less melanin in their skin are oppressed, and people born with more melanin in their skin are depressed. “
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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 population and these are our children,” Vanetsyan told Fox News Dana Perino Monday in the “Newsroom of America” while playing a “Make Education Great Again” T-shirt.