Loudoun County teacher urges educators to oppose critical race theory: You're teaching our future leaders

“부모님, the longer that you wait and don’t have your child’s schools accountable, gives these guys more time to dictate what’s best for your child’s physical, 지적인, and emotional health,” 그녀가 말했다, pointing to the board as she spoke from the podium at Tuesday’s school board meeting.

Vanetsyan told “폭스 뉴스 프라임 타임” Thursday that she felt compelled to speak out because teachershave been silent for so long and this is why we are where we are.

Parents are finally noticing for themselves what the schools are actually teaching their children and they are not happy with it,” she told host 태미 브루스.

The reaction so far has been outstanding. I have to tell you, I’m getting an outpouring of messages from teachers in the district. Teachers in the state and across the country who are very thankful and are finding their voice as well to speak forward.

Vanetsyan joins a growing number of parents and educators who are speaking out against the controversial 비판적 인종 이론, which opponents argue is a divisive curriculum that teaches adolescents to judge one another by the color of their skin.

In her viral school board address, Vanetsyan warned, “재학생, you are on the front lines of these indoctrination camps.She encouraged them tochallenge the staff when you are presented with a ludicrous statement, and do not allow anybody to tell you that you cannot accomplish anything because of your skin color, or to hate yourself because of your skin color.

“재학생,” she reiterated, ” it is up to you to be the next generation of victims or victors.

Parents and teachers in Loudoun County have made national news recently for their stand against the local school board’s agenda. But the trend is catching on elsewhere. 뉴저지 prep school teacher Dana Stangel-Plowe resigned this week over her school’s curriculum, which she argued is causing White and male students to believe they areoppressors.

Vanetsyan encouraged other educatorsto stand up and say we have to do something for our kids.

This generation, they are our future lawyers,” she told Bruce. “Our future school board members. Our future vice president, 대통령, so we have to hone in on these issues as early as we can.

폭스 뉴스’ Cortney O’Brien contributed to this report.