DISGUSTING! Teacher Tells Students to Hide Things from Parents During Survey (VIDEO)


In another sly move by the regressive left in the Minnesota educational system, fourth graders are instructed to hide an equity survey by their instructors.

A concerned parent confronted the district over the secretive actions of their child. What is this activity about and why aren't the parents informed?

A fourth grader named Hayley Yasgar expressed her bewilderment pertaining to the project. The nature of the questions were polarizing in addition to the discomfort of secrecy.

"I was in fourth grade at Riverview Intermediate School last year. During distance learning, I was asked to complete the equity survey. My teacher said that I could not skip any questions even when I didn’t understand. One question asked us what gender we identified with. I was very confused, along with a lot of other classmates. A boy in my class asked my teacher if his mom could explain the question to him because even after the teacher explained that, he still didn’t understand. I want the school board to know how uncomfortable and nervous this made me. My mom always tells me I can tell her anything, but she also tells me I can trust my teachers too. Being asked to hide this from my mom made me feel very uncomfortable. Like I was doing something wrong. Thank you."

The teachers, in a leaked video, emphasized the importance of the survey. As students had a hard time comprehending, the instructor reiterated the point as well as encouraging secretive behavior.
As these stories develop and it is abundantly clear the left is deranged, how will parents become involved nationwide?

Perhaps it is obvious more now than ever, there is a movement to uncover the rampant moral decay of our educational system. How quickly the system change? It depends on the fight in the proverbial dog.

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