A teacher in Baltimore, Maryland celebrated “teaching” her dancing students in a TikTok post.
“Bag the taxes,” the teacher’s TikTok post reads, as a high school Spanish teacher dances happily. A teacher has responded to criticism for using a song in which she lip-synced “f–k up on your b–ch” in a video of her decorating her classroom with pride materials.
identified the teacher as Alexa Sciuto, who works at Pine Grove Middle School in the School District of Baltimore County.
Sciuto replied to the user: “None of this has anything to do with education. Reading. Writing. Arithmetic. Why are you making our kids so smart?”
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He said, “I was fired for indoctrinating my students.”
The next clip shows “Sike”.
“Still working,” he said. – Put the taxes in the bag.
“You will never bring me back alive,” he added.
The clip also features an image of falling money and an arrow pointing at it, with the words “Your Taxes” written on it.
Sciuto, once again, claimed that “professionalism is a myth of patriarchy and white supremacy.”
reached out to the district for comment, but did not immediately receive a response.
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Teachers from other states bragged about “educating” students.
A A high school teacher in Texas Kelsey McCracken boasted about “educating” the students on TikTok, asking each of her classes whether their non-binary identity made them uncomfortable.
Republican Gov. Greg Abbott responded to the McCracken story by saying, “Our schools are for education, not education.”
“We’re going to put an end to this nonsense in the upcoming legislative session. Schools need to get back to basics and stop pushing a woke agenda. We’re going to pass legislation to make that happen,” he said.
Another teacher, Nairobi Colon, also boasted about “teaching” students.
Colon, an art teacher who works for the KIPP charter school system in New Jersey, posted the videos in response to critical comments from users who accused the teacher of “rehabilitating” students with gender ideology.
Colon responded to critics by interviewing fourth-grade students, recording the teacher’s “non-binary” “they/them” pronouns, and posting the videos to her TikTok account for months.