A fourth grade student from Minnesota has revealed that her class was given an “equity survey” and then told not to tell their parents about it.
Fourth grader Hayley Yasgar and her mother went on Fox News on Monday morning to say that the questions on the survey were confusing and it made her “very nervous and uncomfortable” when the students were told not to tell their parents. When students didn’t understand some of the questions, teachers with the Sartell-St. Stephen School District reportedly told them not repeat the survey questions to their parents.
Kelsey Yasgar, Hayley’s mom, claimed that although parents were “informed that the equity audit was taking place, they were not informed on the date of the activity and not given other details.” She added that due to the lack of transparency from the school district and from Equity Alliance Minnesota, the third party that administered the survey, parents were not notified about the questions being asked to the students.
Kelsey went on to say that she was “very upset” when her daughter told her that her class had been told not to tell their parents about the questions.
“I do want to say though I believe that this wasn’t a single case that her teacher made this decision,” Hayley said. “We had been informed that this came down from the administration and Equity Alliance of Minnesota instructed them to make sure the children did not share this information with their parents and that should pose a great concern in any parents’ eyes.”
Critical race theory has become a major hot topic in this country, with many feeling that it should not be taught in schools. Many believe that the “woke” left is trying to use critical race theory to indoctrinate our children and make them both racially obsessed and ashamed of their own country. This latest news out of Minnesota indicates that this nonsense has gone way too far.