Lilit Vanetsyan, Fairfax County teacher, VirginiaOn Tuesday, school board officials in neighboring Loudun County were forced to oppose what he described as radical lesson plans that teach “the foundation of socialism before high school.”
“Parents, no matter how long you wait and are not responsible for your child’s schooling, it gives the guys more time to determine what is best for your child’s physical, mental and emotional health,” he said, pointing to the board as he spoke. podium at a school board meeting on Tuesday.
In an interview with Fox News Primetime on Thursday, Vanetsyan said he had to talk to teachers “because they have been silent for a long time and that’s why we’re in our place.”
“Parents are finally realizing for themselves what schools are actually teaching their children, and they’re not happy about that,” she told lead star Tammy Bruce.
“So far the reaction has been very good. I have to say, I get messages from district teachers. Teachers across the state and all over the country are very grateful and talking to find their voices. Go ahead.”
The number of parents and teachers who express Vanetsyan’s conflicting views is growing critical racing theory, opponents argue, is a split-curriculum that teaches teenagers to evaluate each other based on the color of their skin.
“Students, you are at the forefront of these educational camps,” Vanetsyan said in a statement to the Viretsli school council. He urged them, “If you are given a ridiculous statement, stand up to the staff and don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t do anything because of your skin color or that you hate yourself because of your skin color.” .
“Students,” he repeated, “it’s up to you to be the next generation of victims or winners.”
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Parents and teachers in Loudun County recently made national news their stand contrary to the local school council agenda. But this trend extends to other areas. New Jersey preparatory school teacher Dana Stangel-Plow resigned this week he leads white and male students to believe he is “oppressive” in his school’s curriculum.
Vanetsyan urges other teachers to “stand up and say we need to do something for our children.
“This generation, they are our future lawyers,” he told Bruce. “Our future school board members. Our future vice president, our president, so we need to address these issues as much as possible.”
Courtney O’Brien, a spokeswoman for Fox News, contributed to the news.