Today’s highly interesting read (04/14/22): I Asked What My Daughter Would Learn in Kindergarten. Then the Teachers Union Sued Me.

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The following column is by Nicole Solas, a mother in Rhode Island and a client of the Goldwater Institute. But before the entire column, a tease:

I’m just like any parent—when I enrolled my daughter in kindergarten, I wanted to know what she would learn. In response, our school district bullied, harassed, defamed, evaded, and stonewalled me. Then the teachers union sued me. I left public school because I no longer felt safe but I’m still taking action to get answers.

Kindergarten is a precious milestone. Our babies are not babies anymore: They go to school for full days. Parents want to know their children are safe at school, and they want to feel confident that their children are receiving a quality education. I knew many public schools across the country have been politicizing lessons, so I called my principal in the South Kingstown School District in Rhode Island to ask if they teach concepts of Critical Race Theory or gender theory. That question and the events that followed changed my life.

Read her entire column, and you really need to, here.

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