Forest Hills School District to introduce new resolution ‘banning anti-racism’

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    Forest Hills School District to introduce new resolution ‘banning anti-racism’

    The Forest Hills School Board is set to introduce new legislation that will ban “anti-racism training and teaching” at a meeting Wednesday night.

    Titled “Resolution to Create a Culture of Kindness and Equal Opportunity for All Students and Staff,” the resolution aims to have the FHSD “declare its official opposition to the use of race-based and/or identity-based training, curricula, and methodology in public education.”

    That is the way it should ALWAYS have meet.

    “FHSD will not utilize Critical Race Theory, intersectionality, identity, or anti-racism curriculum, for student education or any staff training.

    Correct.  The teaching of racism to solve racism does NOT solve racism but creates MORE racism.

    And they broke it down into 5 points:

    Schools may not use race, socioeconomic class, religion, gender identity, sex, ethnicity, or culture as a consideration when hiring or administering academic programs or evaluation systems.

    Based on merit(s), and not on clicking an arbitrary box.

    Neither schools, nor instructors or guest speakers, shall have student participate in class or complete assignments that require, guide, or nudge the student to consider his or her race, socioeconomic class, religion, gender identity, sex, sexual preference, ethnicity, or culture as a deficiency or a label to stereotype the student as having certain biases, prejudices or other unsavory moral characteristics or beliefs based on these immutable characteristics.

    Agree.

    Schools shall not discipline differently on the basis of race, socioeconomic class, religion, gender identity, sex, sexual preference, ethnicity, or culture.

    Treat everyone the same.

    Schools shall not engage in stereotyping based upon race, socioeconomic class, religion, gender identity, sex, sexual preference, ethnicity, or culture, including ascribing character traits, values, moral and ethical codes, privileges, status, or belief.

    Stereotyping IS a form of racism, so this is a no-brainer.

    Schools shall not force individuals to admit privilege or oppression, or to “reflect,” “deconstruct,” or “confront” their identities based on race, socioeconomic class, religion, gender identity, sex, sexual preference, ethnicity, or culture.”

    Shaming someone for something they did not do, is WRONG on so many levels.  This too is the correct call.

     

    We need more school districts/states/nations to do this as well.

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    Vknid
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    I don’t understand why you need to make equality laws since they already exist.  Just enforce the ones that are there.

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    Mustangride1
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    100% ILLEGAL in my state,

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    I finished high school and don’t have kids, so I’m not sure how much this is implemented into the school district I’m from, but I’m from New Jersey so it’s probably there to some degree since I saw it mentioned in the local newspaper.

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