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Sunday, January 22, 2023

What will Greene and the school board fight for because it sure isn't teachers and students.

 The state sucks, yada yada yada. I can't say more than I already have, but they aren't the only ones.

A massive expansion of vouchers happened usurping the state constitution and local control, and Greene and the SB were silent.

Veteran teachers were thrown under the bus to increase the salaries of new teachers, and Greene and the SB were silent.

The LGBTQ community was attacked; not only were Greene and the board silent, but they doubled down.

The state decided to whitewash the teaching of history, and Greene and the SB were silent.

The teaching of AP African American history has been canceled, and Greene and the SB were silent.

Books have been banned, and at first, the super and board denied it was happening, but now Greene and the SB are silent.

Classroom libraries are being shuttered, teachers are being told to pack up their books, and Greene and the SB are silent.

Why are they there? Is it to gleefully whistle while Public ed is marched to the ovens? Seriously why are they there? Can somebody answer that question?

Also, can anybody tell me they aren't complicit with all the above, either? I get some people might think they feel like they have no choice,  but do you know that, or are you guessing? Hoping?

The super and board are supposed to fight for public ed, for teachers and students, even if it's hard, even if it's risky; that's their job. A job they stopped doing long ago.

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