NY “Teacher of the Year” Opines: ‘When Parents Object to Indoctrination, How Can We Teach Their Kids’?

“Give me four years to teach the children, and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted….Give us the child for 8 years and it will be a Bolshevik forever.”

—Vladimir Lenin

Standing up to corrupt school boards and objecting to the racist indoctrination of kids gets you labeled a “domestic terrorist”.

Don Surber

When rioters destroyed 500 businesses in Minnesota alone, CNN called it mostly peaceful protests. When Greta Thunberg galivanted around the world preaching her climate change socialism, CNN talking heads recommended her for a Nobel Peace Prize.

But when parents get noisy at a school board meeting, that’s violence. And when a 9-year-old girl speaks at a school board meeting, that is weaponizing children.

CNN weaponized Jennifer Wolfe, New York “State Teacher of the Year,” to pen, “When parents scream at school board meetings, how can I teach their children?”

Median teacher pay in New York is $71,723 a year. If she cannot figure it out, she should find another line of work. She is vested in perhaps the country’s best teacher retirement plan. If she quits now, with 25 years in, she will collect at least $30,000 a year for the rest of her life when she retires.

Wolfe wrote, “Unfortunately, school board meetings have become a forum where scared and angry people descend on the one accessible government structure they feel they have the most control over and then, without filter or grace, hurl personal insults demanding somebody listen.

“As a teacher trying to educate students (some of whom are the children of parents participating in these outbursts), I’ve been thinking about what’s at stake for the future generation if we don’t change.”

Well, maybe someone should listen.

I mean it is not like they are burning buildings and car lots at night. It is not like they are ransacking stores. It is not like they are taking over the streets and threatening TV camera crews.

……And Wolfe does not want to hear criticism of Critical Race Theory, which holds that as the men who wrote the Constitution owned slaves, the Constitution is invalid.

Frankly, while she lectures about democracy, I don’t think this Teacher of the Year understands a thing about elections, particularly school board elections.

She wrote, “Folks who run for the board sign up for acting as the public oversight over budgets. They act as the advocates for the community and its children. BOE members are elected people from the community, volunteering to serve.”

So she says they are advocates for the community and its children.

Unless she disagrees with them.


Leftwing indoctrination in America’s schools has become a malignancy.  Academic intelligentsia wants complete control of your kids and it will use union propaganda, insultsdismissive epithets, and force to get it.

The Left’s academic cancel culture against whites includes eliminating grading standards, telling bi-racial students they should confront their ‘white dominance’, telling school kids they’re “born racist”, and that “all white people perpetuate systematic racism”.

The State knows how to raise your children better than you. They’ve even said it out loud.

Parents and communities are fighting back against this bullshit.

1 thought on “NY “Teacher of the Year” Opines: ‘When Parents Object to Indoctrination, How Can We Teach Their Kids’?”

  1. John D. Egbert

    Granted, it’s been a bunch of years since my one-year “career” at the University of New Mexico (1962-63), but I doubt the parameters have changed much – if at all.

    Back then the prevailing general wisdom held that the top third of college entrants went into hard science majors, the middle third chose the several flavors of engineering, and the bottom third ended up in education. Of course, this is a very broad generalization; there are many exceptions – in all directions. FWIW, I was in engineering, before I realized that the only thing I wanted out of school — was me.

    Apparently, the apple still doesn’t fall too far from the tree. The weaker, less focused mind is more easily coopted and manipulated. I knew there was a reason . . .

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