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2022
July 7, 2022

NEA teachers union spending 140K for ‘enemies list’ opposition research of groups turning up heat on schools

Elana Fishbein said, “For the NEA to even permit these anti-Israel issues to be included among its new business items is antisemitic and reprehensible. They should be focusing their energy on strategies to improve student academic performance, instead of making foolish political statements.”

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June 29, 2022

WISCONSIN SCHOOL DISTRICT DROPS LEGAL THREAT AND USE OF ‘BULLY TACTICS’ AGAINST ACTIVIST MOM

The Wisconsin mom said that she hopes the Oconomowoc school district will focus on educating kids instead of bullying parents.

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June 23, 2022

WISCONSIN CHAPTER PRESIDENT ALI SCHWEITZER WON’T BACK DOWN TO SCHOOL BOARD THREAT

Ali Schweitzer on Wisconsin’s Morning News

June 22, 2022

RHODE ISLAND PASSES BILL TO BAN TEACHER-STUDENT SEXUAL RELATIONS

“This is a great day for students, and one that is long overdue,” Rhode Island chapter president of No Left Turn in Education Laurie Barrett told Fox News Digital in a statement. “No teacher, or person in a position of authority, should be permitted to have sexual relations with a student. Now, it’s up to our Governor to do the right thing and sign this provision into law as soon as possible.”
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June 13, 2022

NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION LIED ABOUT CRT CONTENT COLLABORATION: WATCHDOG GROUP

See what our North Carolina chapter president uncovered in her state’s teacher training materials.

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June 9, 2022

NORTH CAROLINA EDUCATION HONCHOS SWAPPED RACE-ESSENTIALISM BUZZWORDS TO AVOID PUBLIC PUSHBACK

“The North Carolina Early Learning Network…began developing sessions that provide “equitable, anti-racist, and culturally responsive early care” in November of 2020, according to internal NC-ELN emails obtained by No Left Turn in Education.”

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June 9, 2022

NORTH CAROLINA EDUCATION OFFICIALS SCRUBBED CRT-LINKED WORDS TO AVOID BACKLASH

“A lengthy report from parent activist organization No Left Turn in Education revealed that state public education officials openly discussed in emails the need to avoid “terminology that would create red flags” while discussing a planned contract…that would have trained teachers on how to incorporate aspects of critical race theory into preschool classes.”

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June 9, 2022

NORTH CAROLINA EDUCATION STAFF NIXED ‘RED FLAG’ WORDS TO AVOID COMPLAINTS OVER CRT-INFUSED SEMINARS

The revelations were first brought to light by No Left Turn in Education, NLTE, an organization of concerned parents whose goal is to “push back on the Leftist agenda sweeping into public education and to underscore the ideals and values that make our country exceptional.”

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June 1, 2022

MISSOURI CHAPTER PRESIDENT ANDY WELLS ON NEWSMAX

Missouri parent uncovers secretive school district policy
More than 200 school districts are using a policy that allows school employees to exclude parents from conversations with their children.

May 23, 2022

SCHOOL REPORTEDLY HID STUDENT’S GENDER PREFERENCE FROM PARENTS

School employees allegedly tried to hide a student’s gender identity.

Email records show school employees discussing using different pronouns when speaking to the student’s parents than when speaking to the student.

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May 20, 2022

MISSOURI TEACHERS CAN HIDE PRIVATE CONVERSATIONS WITH STUDENTS FROM PARENTS

“Missouri teachers can hide private conversations with students from parents, says policy in dozens of schools” Kelsey Koberg, Fox News

“‘What this tells me, is… when everything was first starting, when parents were first starting to ask questions about what’s going on in their schools, schools were scrambling on how do we not let parents know what’s going on,’ he said.”

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May 20, 2022

PARENTS HAVE NO RIGHT TO BE INFORMED ABOUT CHILDREN’S CONVERSATIONS WITH TEACHERS: MISSOURI SCHOOLS POLICY

School district policies allow employees to keep conversations with children secret from parents.

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