LAUSD Approves Preliminary Social Justice Standards guidelines

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LAUSD Approves Preliminary Social Justice Standards guidelines

It took a marathon six-hour meeting.

It involved the local chief of police advising the school board to hold the meeting in a virtual “zoom” setting due to a “threat” from outside forces.

It involved some highly partisan right-leaning outside elements, using canned and inaccurate talking points, to distort the district’s real position and exploit it for partisan and incorrect political purposes.

It involved some highly partisan politically left and progressive elements, using canned and inaccurate talking points, to push forward their unique theory of respect, listening, and healing that basically breaks down to “if you don’t agree with us, you’re a racist.”

It involved the school board deciding to let every single person who wanted to be heard involving a school board decision to allow all 172 properly submitted messages to be read publicly.

In the end, it resulted in a very tired Los Alamitos Unified School District Board discussing and then voting unanimously 5-0 to approve some revised social justice policy guidelines (i.e., “framework” or strategy suggestions) that some teachers can choose to use or not during their instruction.

The Event News-Enterprise has the story.

 

In marathon meeting, LAUSD Board members “wordsmith” social justice standards before adopting them in unanimous vote

 

Author: losaltv

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