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Teacher’s Union Supports “Racial & Social Justice” Activism

The teacher’s union in Rutherford County wants to force mask wearing on kids at school, but what else do they want?

These teachers are dues paying members of the National Education Association (NEA), so they are willingly funding all kinds of NEA projects and agendas.

Per it’s own website, the NEA wants to “challenge systemic racism in school.” This is done by “Supporting Black Lives Matter.” So the NEA wants to “broaden the movement of critical reflection.”

To that end, the NEA created and funds a project called “EdJustice.” They say that: “Racial & Social Justice Are EDUCATION JUSTICE,” and that “NEA EdJustice engages and mobilizes educators, allies, and activists in the fight for racial, social and economic justice in public education.”

So how many teachers in our schools are pushing these ideas on our kids? The sad answer is, we don’t really know. As many parents are aware, students don’t always work from text books which we may regularly see at home. All kinds of supplemental texts are used at schools which we don’t see.

Objectives #1 and #2 for Rutherford Students First are: “Protect parental access to students at school” and “Keep political agendas and opinions out of curriculum and the class room.”

If you are ready to join us in this fight to keep the teacher’s union agenda out of our schools and put students first, sign up here.

If you want to read the NEA in their own words, quoted above, you can go here and see their special project activism project “EdJustice.”