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Memo Shows Missouri School Told Teachers To Hide Race-Based Curriculum From Parents

Rockwood County School District in Missouri has been accused of hiding certain race-based curriculum from parents.

Janet Deidrick, who is the mother of a ninth grader, spoke with Fox & Friends and said “We were very surprised at this.”

Fox News reports:

According to a memo obtained by The Daily Wire, the Rockwood County school district hid race-based content from their curriculum after backlash from parents who were concerned.

A 6-12 Literacy Speech Coordinator Natalie Fallert wrote to all middle and high school principals that parents complained that the school was “pushing an agenda,” suggesting that certain materials only be visible to students and not to parents on the Canvas remote learning platform.

The Daily Signal posted the contents of the memo: “This doesn’t mean throw out the lesson and find a new one. Just pull the resource off Canvas so parents cannot see it … Keep teaching! Just don’t make everything visible on Canvas. This is not being deceitful. This is just doing what you have done for years. Prior to the pandemic you didn’t send everything home or have it available. You taught in your classroom and things were peachy keen. We are going old-school,” the memo stated.

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