The Rule talks about "removing barriers" to learning. Parents need to realize that one of the chief barriers to incorporating CRT and the LGBTQ agenda in our schools is the parents. There are teacher trainings happening specifically on how to deal with and overcome parental pushback. The Rule needs to specifically say that "parental rights and concerns about their child's education shall be respected and not be treated as a barrier to overcome."
Read the rule here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fkfkjPmhA0iT5EpYT8dJw-_5D3OX5OVD/view?usp=sharing
Read the resolution here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DzGlf0IUm6iPd9uFuxZ0DYWlu3kzSqMn/view?usp=sharing
When reading the rule also look for what is missing. For example:
Nothing in the Rule stops teachers from segregating kids into affinity/race groups like is already happening in SLCSD.
Nothing in the Rule protects the free speech of students or protects them against compelled speech - like when kids are told to deconstruct their identity and label themselves as part of an oppressor vs oppressed identity group or when they are coerced into telling their teacher or peers their preferred pronouns or sexual orientation.
It doesn't stop "identity-group" flags or signs, which are inherently sexual or political, from being displayed throughout the school.
It doesn't stop CRT-based teacher training or credentialing that teachers are required to take through the big-tech platforms their district has contracted with. (GOOGLE, Microsoft, Adobe, CASEL, etc)
It doesn’t prevent teachers from sharing their "social or racial justice" biases when discussing controversial current events with students.
It doesn’t stop SEL programs or restorative justice practices from being taught through the lens of race (i.e. equity) or social justice.
It doesn’t prevent all the propaganda in the hallways or CRT/LGBTQ books in the school library or classroom shelves.
It doesn’t prevent the use of the CRT propaganda as a tool to teach journalism, art, ELA, etc.
It does nothing to prevent the alphabet soup connection to CRT (i.e. intersectionality)
And the list doesn't stop.