Skip to comments.Georgia School District Forced to Revoke Transgender Policy Following Backlash
Posted on 10/18/2019 4:03:32 PM PDT by Monrose72
A school district in Georgia has been forced to revoke rules they recently imposed to accommodate transgender students after an outcry from concerned parents.The Pickens County School District said on Wednesday they would be returning to their traditional bathroom policies until they can consult with law enforcement.The statement read:"There have been many serious safety concerns raised in the past few days. School board members, staff, and students have been threatened due to the administration's implementation of Adams vs. St. John's County School District."
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“Georgia School District Forced to Revoke Transgender Policy Following Backlash”
Don’t be fooled. The PUBLIC SCHOOLS do not answer to parents. They’ll simply find another way to get their agenda implemented. You can count on it!
Dont be fooled. The PUBLIC SCHOOLS do not answer to parents.
But in large districts you are pretty much right.
Democrats are evil scum.
“Not necessarily so. In small, rural districts, the school board wields a lot of power locally...”
Feel free to believe that, but DO NOT COMPLAIN HERE when your ideals meet reality. The bottom line is that they ALL come from the same breeding ground, which are the ‘Schools of Education’, and until that is changed, you CANNOT win. They’ll simply work around you guys with tactics like real time curriculum changes (where what you see at 7PM is NOT what the kids see at 1030 AM, for example - thanks to ‘technology’). You will ALWAYS be on the back end of what they do.
If you do want to fight, have your kids take SCREEN SHOTS of what’s being pumped into them, rather than trusting the ‘updated’ curriculum that they want you to see.
The north woods is no place for snowflakes
You don’t know Pickens county
I taught at a rural district for over 25 years. None of the board members in my years of teaching had been anywhere near a ‘School of Education’, but most were high school graduates. Because of where we are, they are the political big shots in local politics handling lots of money (for them and the area). Many were really full of themselves and were convinced that they knew more about teaching than the people they had hired to do the job.
As time went on, board members’ education levels did move up and included professors from the local university. This is not to say that there weren’t hare-brained educational ‘reforms’ eagerly embraced by members who had attended a ‘workshop’ or two.
I do understand your cynicism about public schools but to be fair you should realize that it isn’t nearly as dark everywhere as may be the case near you. Feeling the way you do, homeschooling is now, with internet resources, is easier to do than ever.
‘You dont know Pickens county”
The thing is, I don’t need to. I DO KNOW where these so-called ‘educators’ all come from. So, you guys will figure it out too, probably sooner than later.
Turn every single Board member out at the next election.
Then start firing administrators en masse.
Adams vs. St. John’s County School District
Suburban Jacksonville, FL. County voted 65% Trump in 2016. The homos are on the offensive everywhere while our elected Republicans are either co-conspirators or asleep at the wheel.
The fact that the transgender policy was enacted in the first place doesnt speak too well of Pickens County, doesnt it?
ABOUT TIME!! We need much much more of this activism.
We Normals are by far the majority and we’re getting pushed around by a tiny minority and the gutless administrators/politicians who cave to every one of their demands.
It was a reaction by the school board to a Florida court ruling. Afraid of a law suit. Its a rural area that doesnt have a lot of money....
Dare we hope the tide is turning?
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