Public education in Minnesota is broken. Schools are sacrificing not only safety for social justice, but also education, Sheila Qualls explains in this episode of “Trapped!: Chaos in the Classroom.”
In episode three, Qualls walks listeners through the ideological agenda of public school teachers and administrators in Minnesota.
Note: Alpha News reached out to the Little Falls, Minnetonka, Prior Lake-Savage, Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan, and South Washington County school districts for comment. Little Falls did not respond. Prior Lake-Savage did not respond. Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan asked for more information and then did not respond.
Minnetonka said pronouns are not changed in its student management system without parental consent but did not comment on teachers being encouraged to refer to students by their preferred pronouns in class. The district said it views "parents as partners."
South Washington County Schools referred Alpha News to district policies. The district told Alpha News that it always does its “best to work and engage with our parents and families.”
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