Controversial sex-education standards are coming to New Jersey schools this Fall.
The NJ State Board of Education adopted new teaching standards during the height of Gov. Phil Murphy’s Covid-19 lockdowns. Gender identity, oral and anal sex are just some of the topics covered.
Have you seen the parody ad attacking the NJEA Teachers Union? (Watch video above) “Stop resisting our agenda and accept that you have no control over your children’s education. To all the radical extremist parents out there, back off. We are the NJEA.”
We have many amazing NJ education professionals who completely disagree with the NJDOE and NJEA on various matters. They are just too intimidated to speak up, because they fear losing their careers if they openly disagree.
Parents throughout New Jersey have raised concerns at the local and state levels about the curriculum changes.
A pediatrician spoke against the new standards of teaching children about sexuality and gender identity — Dr. Meg Meeker, who authors books on parenting introduced the widely discredited concept of “rainbow parties.”
Parents demand a say in an age-appropriate public education, protecting young children from mature subjects and calling on the Board of Education to revise the standards.
Many parents simply want full transparency and input on what their children do and learn in school.
Parents asking why school boards don’t stream their meetings, and archive them on YouTube.
Ventnor and Margate do not provide remote video access to school board meetings. Downbeach School Board leadership, Doug Biagi and Audrey Becker, are not required to participate in regular commission / council meetings.
David Charles Knott: I’m pulling out of this disgraceful organization. I have been a union president and shop steward for many years. This organization is sick and twisted.
Gov Phil Murphy’s local eyes & ears; Chris Brown, and AC School boss LaQuetta Small have yet to publicly comment on the issue.
LaQuetta Small (wife of AC Mayor) is still under intense scrutiny for not contacting police when she discovered that her cousin, Kayan Frazier, a substitute teacher at multiple AC schools, was taking home young boys for sleep-overs. Frazier was ultimately fired, but he found another job working with children at the NJ State level. It’s unknown who endorsed and signed off on Fraziers’ new job appointment within NJ Child Protective Services.