According to a shocking new report a group of fourth-graders in Minnesota were given a racially tinged ‘equity survey’ and then told to hide it from their parents.
As Fox News reports:
A Minnesota fourth-grade student and her mother expressed concern to their local school board after her class was given an “equity survey” and students were told not to tell her parents about the activity.
Fourth-grader Hayley Yasgar told “Fox & Friends” on Monday, sitting alongside her mother Kelsey, that the questions were confusing and it made her “very nervous and uncomfortable” when the students were told not to tell their parents.
According to a video uploaded by Alphanews, when students didn’t understand some of the survey questions, they were told by a teacher in the Sartell-St. Stephen School District to not repeat the survey questions to their parents.
The George Floyd incident sparked a nationwide conversation on race and the role of policing. School districts across America are pushing critical race theory on students to attempt to contextualize current events on matters of race.