In Philadelphia, one teacher went on a rant about the fact that “parents” can now listen in on his social indoctrination, thanks to online learning. The leftist brainwasher has since made his twitter account ‘private,’ but his words were captured on screenshots, showing just how many teachers think of parents in America… they consider them the enemy.
Here’s a hint for any parents who think that the public school system is a good thing… if they demand that their instruction is “private,” it’s not good.
The left owns our public education system due to years of infiltration, coercion, and strong-arming. They’ve apparently become so comfortable and cocky in the position that they’re now openly complaining that you’ll now be able to hear their attempts at brainwashing your children.
Apparently, you being involved in what your child learns bothers these teachers.
The Daily Wire’s Matt Walsh screen-capped the tweets of educator and author Matthew R. Kay who has since switched his Twitter account to “protected” after his tweets began to circulate. Kay goes on a multi-tweet rant about how parents can now sit in on virtual classes thanks to rules put in place by districts reacting to COVID-19.
Kay openly hates the idea that his brainwashing on social justice and racial matters can now be overheard by the parents, which violates the “secure barriers” and “what happens here stays here” mentality provided by the physical barriers of actual classrooms.
He goes on to say that while conservative parents are definitely the biggest problem, he’s also concerned about leftist parents who might not see eye to eye with his attempts at guiding his students towards his way of looking at racism and homophobia.
Walsh screen-capped another response where another teacher looked at parents, not as parents, but as “outsiders.” This teacher noted that parent interference is something to “worry about a lot” since her students are tasked with discussing the news but many allegedly stay quiet because of “outsiders” listening in and using their words against them.
Some of the responses are worse than the original tweet. Here’s a teacher referring to parents as “outsiders.” This is terrifying stuff. pic.twitter.com/Alz0j8bpCi
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) August 10, 2020
Today’s school teachers have become so convinced of their own righteousness that they view the parents as complications they need to get around instead of what they actually are, the parents.
It is up to the parent to raise the children in the way they see fit. If there are certain values that they want to instill in the child then that is their business and theirs alone. The teacher’s job isn’t to teach the student morality or right and wrong, the teacher’s job is to instill a level of knowledge about subjects necessary for the child to function as an adult in our society, i.e. reading, writing, arithmetic, etc.
If the educator of your student views you as an enemy of any kind then that educator does not need to be in charge of educating your child. Your child’s morality should be directly under the control of the parent, not people appointing themselves as such outside of the walls of your home. Those who do attempt to undermine the parents are oftentimes self-absorbed social justice advocates whose moral compass is questionable at the best of times and who often do not have our society’s best interests in mind.
They often instill a sense of fear, hatred, and prejudice in your child while leaving them woefully ignorant on matters that would have been considered basic learning not 30 years ago.
I wrote a much larger and detailed article on how our education system and these “teachers” have become a plague on our families and the education of our youth. You can click on the link below.
While the Coronavirus has ruined much in our society, the one thing it has done is to expose the lunacy that our education system has become to many parents. Being able to sit in on what our child is learning has allowed us a view into what happens behind the walls at schools and it’s increasingly not pretty.
Many educators use this access to your child as a way to create ideological clones like themselves that will go on to vote just like them or worse, go on to become activists who don black masks that destroy windows and do violence on innocents in the name of justice.
“So, this fall, virtual class discussion will have many potential spectators — parents, siblings, etc. — in the same room. We’ll never be quite sure who is overhearing the discourse. What does this do for our equity/inclusion work?” Kay tweeted. “How much have students depended on the (somewhat) secure barriers of our physical classrooms to encourage vulnerability? How many of us have installed some version of ‘what happens here stays here’ to help this?”
While Kay acknowledged that “damage can come from the left too,” he noted that “conservative parents” are his chief concern when teachers are engaging “in the messy work of destabilizing a kid’s racism or homophobia or transphobia.”
“While conversations about race are in my wheelhouse, and remain a concern in this no-walls environment — I am most intrigued by the damage that ‘helicopter/snowplow’ parents can do in the host conversations about gender/sexuality,” he tweeted. “And while ‘conservative’ parents are my chief concern — I know that the damage can come from the left too. If we are engaged in the messy work of destabilizing a kid’s racism or homophobia or transphobia — how much do we want their classmates’ parents piling on?”
[News flash—It is NOT Key’s job to train students about “gender” and “sexuality!”]
Since the thread, Kay’s account has since been switched to private. He did not immediately return FOX News’ request for comment.
The comments come as schools are determining the best method of instruction for the upcoming school year.
The School District of Philadelphia announced last month that its schools will start the year with all students learning remotely for the first marking period which ends November 17th. Students will then transition to the hybrid learning model, which includes a mix of in-person and digital learning, “as long as guidance from the Philadelphia Department of Public Health and other indicators support that it is safe to do so.”