Fourth-grader: Teacher told class not to tell parents about ‘equity survey’ questions

Fourth-grader: Teacher told class not to tell parents about ‘equity survey’ questions
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[Ed. – Some kids didn’t understand some of the questions.  A nine- or ten-year-old’s response on a gender-identification question could open the poor kid to a “therapeutic” attack from the school system (i.e., sowing gender confusion), and parents aren’t supposed to know the students were even asked about such things.]

A Minnesota student says she was given an “equity survey” in class that she was not allowed to share with her parents.

Haylee Yasgar, a fourth-grade student in the Sartell-St. Stephen School District, revealed the existence of the survey to community members at a school board meeting on July 19.

People gathered to discuss critical race theory being pushed in school curriculums as well as the role of Equity Alliance Minnesota, a left-wing organization that was hired to conduct an $80,000 “racial inequalities” audit within the Sartell-St. Stephen School District.

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“My teacher said that I could not skip any questions, even when I didn’t understand them. One question asked us what gender we identify with. I was very confused, along with a lot of other classmates,” Yasgar said during the meeting, which was captured on video.

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