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Indianapolis school administrators have gone viral to explain how they are pushing their district Critical Race Theory The children were locked out of their email and Google Drive accounts and told to work from home as they caused “anxiety” to other staff members.
“An hour ago, Indianapolis Public Schools froze my access to email and Google Drive,” Tony Kinnett, an Indianapolis district science coordinator, instructional coach and administrator, posted on Twitter with a screenshot.
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“I’ve had to work from home for the past two weeks,” Kinnett added, “because staff have ‘clinical anxiety’ with me.”
Kinnett has vowed to continue releasing more information that he has already downloaded from the district, as he is prohibited from going to any school building or hosting professional development.
“It’s nice that I downloaded all the other racist documents and videos from the public server a couple of weeks ago,” Kinnett added in a Twitter thread.
Kinnett was gone Viral After posting a video explaining how Critical Race Theory is taught in Indianapolis schools earlier this month, and saying administrators are “lying” when they say otherwise.
Award-winning teacher Kinnett confirmed to LBL Digital that her colleagues suffering from “clinical anxiety” have been left on paid leave. Additionally, Kinnett says he was locked out of his email account on Wednesday and his key card was turned off to access school buildings.
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“They’ve clearly received tons of emails and texts and calls from people who have refused to work with me. They walk in if they need to work with me,” Kinnett explained. “I’m banned from coming to their buildings and they’re terrified. I’m going to get off my phone and record their classes.”
Kinnett called those concerns “baseless” because they never released any non-public information and added that they would file an FOIA request to make sure the district had complaints.
In his meetings with various HR officials and administrators, Kinnett said that basically any negative pushback he received from the school was his fault and punished him for being “oblivious” to that fact.
When Kinnett had to visit the school building to pick up the books, his boss told all members of his team that he was in the courtyard, saying he felt “leprosy” or “a security threat” at a walk he said. “
As for her future in the district, Kinnett says she is no longer in employment but says she and the school have been warned in the past few weeks that she and the school will have to “split up” if they continue to post publicly available information. Critical Race Theory online.
“Regardless of my position and whether or not I’m an employee, parents are still entitled to know what’s going on in Indianapolis,” Kinnett said. “Whether they support it or not, they deserve to know.”
The Indianapolis Public School System did not immediately respond to a request for comment from LBL Digital.