Here’s an email that was sent out to teachers in the Wayland Public Schools recently.
This is everything that is wrong with bloated public education today. Why in Sam Fuckery are the taxpayers of Wayland paying for someone to be a “Diversity and Equity Coordinator?” Why the hell would that ever be a job in the first place? Three words –
There is NOTHING these frauds fear more than a world without racism. Racism is their currency. Without it none of them would be able to make up jobs like this. They exist to sell diversity trainings where they lecture at workplaces about how you’re actually racist but don’t realize it, while sprinkling in generic SJW buzzwords like, “implicit bias,” “structural racism,” and “white privilege.” These people deal entirely in concepts and avoid facts like the plague.
Caroline Han is the METCO’s Academic Dean in Wayland. METCO is a well-intentioned desegregation program that buses kids from Boston in the surrounding suburban schools. It exposes them and the students in the towns they are bused into, to a whole new world. I have no issues with METCO itself, but Wayland’s METCO program has been in the news, and it’s not good news.
METCO director Mabel Reid-Wallace is stepping down after 19 years on the job, and no reason was given in an email sent Wednesday by Superintendent Arthur Unobskey to parents and staff.
State inspectors in 2016 investigated Reid-Wallace’s relationship with the Boston Parent Council. The Inspector General’s Office said the relationship raised “troubling” questions about whether Reid-Wallace used the organization to circumvent financial controls and divert funds from the Wayland Public Schools.
While state inspectors found no “conclusive evidence” of wrongdoing, they identified several “internal control and oversight lapses” in Wayland that previously created “significant opportunities” for employees to commit fraud, waste and abuse with METCO funds.
The agency’s investigation followed an audit by the firm Powers & Sullivan that identified several concerns with the district’s METCO account, including the fact that Reid-Wallace had used more than $20,000 worth of program funds to pay her personal credit card bill – money Reid-Wallace said was a reimbursement for METCO expenses.
— Metco Directors (@MetcoDirectors) November 8, 2018
This woman “diverted” (stole) $20,000 from the taxpayers of Wayland, but instead of being arrested for larceny she was allowed to resign from her job, and I’m sure she’ll land on her foot just fine. That’s how the racism-industrial complex works. It employs frauds like this.
Here’s the seminar that teachers are being urged to go to.
On day one teachers will be brainwashed with propaganda by people who couldn’t hack it as teachers about what it “means to be white.” This of course is racist in and of itself because it suggests that white people all share similar life experiences because of the color of their skin. They’re also lecturing teachers on the first day about why being “color blind” while assessing students is racist.
“…how we can be more conscious of our own biases in the classroom.”
They can’t come out and say these teachers are racist, because a) they’re not, and b) they can’t point to any evidence that suggests this. That’s why they have to make up terms like “unconscious bias,” so they can soak the white guilt out of gullible, easily manipulated white people, by teaching them about the little racist inside of them that they didn’t realize was there.
They also have a class on microaggressions (nice things you say that agitators choose to take offensively), “white guilt” (yes that’s actually a thing they’re teaching), and implicit bias.
Jenna Chandler-Wood is the co-founder of Teaching White White.
And as you can see, it simply doesn’t get whiter than a woman named Jenna with a hyphenated last name who lives in Cambridge – a city that has priced out people of color because so many white people have moved there due to gentrification.
She works in non-profits and specializes in “professional development for educators on issues of whiteness.”
One of my biggest frustrations with teaching was how badly professional development days were wasted. I would’ve loved to sit down with other history teachers and talk about lesson plans that worked, exchange ideas, etc. Instead we were urged to go to workshops like this so we could get professional development points (those are a thing). As teachers we didn’t pay for classes like this, but the taxpayers of Wayland will be paying anywhere from $150-$625 to be lectured about how racist they are by a white woman from Cambridge.
This is what the racism-industrial complex is all about. A “non-profit” infiltrates an institution by saying the right buzzwords, then they sell diversity trainings so white women with hyphenated last names from Cambridge can have a job.
This woman flies around the country doing this too.
And she believes that we shouldn’t have resource officers in schools, while simultaneously pretending to give a shit when school shootings happen.
Anyone who thinks cops in school is a bad thing simply isn’t worried about student safety. It’s patently absurd to not have a cop in every school in this country, considering that we need them at bars and city council meetings, and considering that some schools have thousands of students.
Teaching While White also has a “senior consultant” who’s a member of the black panthers.
Here’s my question – are black and brown teachers allowed to attend a conference called “teaching while white?” Seems discriminatory. Either way it’s extremely racist, but as we’ve seen over time there is nothing more racist than a white suburban liberal looking to prove that they are one of the “good ones.”
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