A class of 4th graders in Minnesota were given an “Equity Survey” loaded with questions about race and gender identity, these students were also instructed not to tell mom or pop about it.
From Daily Mail:
A class of fourth graders in Minnesota were given an equity survey about race and gender, but were allegedly told by a teacher not to tell their parents about the questions that they were asked even if they didn’t understand them.
The survey was conducted at Riverview intermediate school in the Sartell-St. Stephen School District in Minnesota by the Equity Alliance of Minnesota, and comes amid a national debate on how to teach history and current events specifically focusing on matters of race.
Student Hayley Yasgar addressed a school board on July 19 and told them she felt ‘very nervous and uncomfortable’ when her teacher instructed her not to talk to her mother about the survey.
She also says she was not permitted to skip any questions even if she didn’t understand them, in a video of the meeting posted by Alpha News.
Many are concerned about the current situation revolving around CRT in American classrooms and are even more concerned with the fact that students are routinely told to keep quiet about the subject. Students are essentially being told to lie to their parents about the kind of education they are receiving.