Teacher: No, my lesson to 7th graders on ocean pollution is not indoctrination — even if a state legislator thinks so
We tend to come to teach our kids with everything with a twist to it. And I think transparency is one of the most important things we can do, and maybe what we’ve learned from this pandemic, through virtual, some of the parents actually seeing what their children are taught and how they’re taught.
I saw in the Charlotte Observer the other week a English teacher was complaining because he had to do remote learning and in-person learning at the same time and it caused him to shorten his English class on environmental pollution.
What you think about that?
So I think … this will help the parents going to the next grade be able to look and see what that teacher taught the year before, and hopefully we’re just gonna teach the kids, we’re not gonna try to indoctrinate ’em or teach ’em in a certain way to make ’em believe something other than the facts, the knowledge, the ability to write, the ability to read.
So I like this bill…
Published at Thu, 06 May 2021 11:00:03 +0000
Article source: https://www.washingtonpost.com/education/2021/05/06/teacher-calls-out-state-legislator/