While we were all worried about getting our children back in school there were 23 states who got together to write this letter. They were not concerned about our children’s education they were just worried about pushing their agenda on us and our children.
The Attorneys General from 23 states took it upon themselves to write to Secretary Cardona and Attorney General Garland in Washington DC. Why does California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin find it necessary to write this letter?
These states believe it is necessary that the Federal Government reinstate the 2014 guidance package back into our school system. The letter is written in such a way that it latterly reeks of critical race theory and transgender students. Apparently back in 2014 the Department of Education and the Department of Justice issued a guidance package that explained federal law prohibits school discipline of student’s based on race, color, or national origin. It was four years later this package was withdrawn from the guideline. These states feel that CRT and pushing transgender is the best education we can offer our children today.
The Federal Government ESSER III package opened the door to reinstate the 2014 guidance package and bring this back into the educational system. It appears that a lot of schools are onboard with GLSEN and some other programs. Many schools now have bulletin boards in their classroom that support BLM. We need to stand up and fight now and not allow this type of education to move forward.
This letter has been removed off the internet. I was able to find a copy of the letter that was still on a server that was not yet deleted.
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