CRT Whistleblower Gets Locked Out Of School After Snowflake Teachers Develop “Clinical Anxiety” Over Working With Him

The education system in the U.S. is a mess, even though more money is spent per student than any other industrialized nation in the world.

Instead of trying to improve the horrendous amount of students dropping out, turning around failing students, and stopping on-campus violence, the progressive administrations and staff are instead focusing on advancing the LGBT agenda, hyper-sex education, social justice, and Critical Race Theory (CRT).

A growing problem in many of these failing schools is they are not getting approval to teach CRT from their local school boards. Instead, the teachers’ unions are having them implement the anti-white material into the approved curriculum, without telling and/or even lying to the parents that they are not.

So when Tony Kinnett, an Indianapolis, Indiana, school administrator blew the whistle on Critical Race Theory being taught in his district, he was placed on leave and denied access to school email and buildings.

Epoch Times reported:

According to Tony Kinnett, the IPS required him to “work from home the last two weeks,” because staff reportedly have “clinical anxiety” over working with him to the point that phone calls had to be made to each team member before he entered the office so they could avoid seeing him. Finally, Kinnett said he has been “banned from going to any IPS school building or hosting any professional developments.”

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Tony told Fox News that the curriculum “suggests to all of our students who aren’t black or brown that they are responsible for centuries of horrible oppression that the United States has built.”

“No matter what class you’re in, you are required to look through that lens, and that’s really quite horrifying,” he said.

Kinnett described two fundamental priorities of the Indianapolis Public Schools curriculum.

“Every single class at Indianapolis Public Schools is founded on two strategic priorities,” he explained. “One is the official academic priority that we’re all supposed to encourage, and the second is the racial equity priority, which sounds really great, but it actually pits our students against each other based on color.”

Written By: Eric Thompson, host of the Eric Thompson Show. Follow me on MAGABOOK, Twellit & Twitter.

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