This is a must read if you're at all concerned about the state of your child's education and the ideas that are coming from the NEA (National Education Association). I don't know how easily the ideas float downstream from the NEA to the state and local educational organizations, but it's a scary thing. Here's the link to the entire speech I reference below: http://lilysblackboard.org/2020/07/we-fight-for-a-democracy-worthy-of-us-all/
This is an excerpt from the NEA president, Lily Eskelen Garcia, as her final address to the NEA Representative Assembly on July 2, 2020 titled
We Fight for a Democracy Worthy of Us All
..... "And there is no way to properly thank Señor Jose Alberto Garcia Lozano – my husband. El amor de mis amores, for forgiving me all the times that we couldn’t be together.
Alberto got his Green Card this year! He’s now studying for his citizenship test – and we are studying about what democracy looks like these days in the United States ...
We fight for a democracy worthy of us all! - Lily's BlackboardThe nation stands at a crossroads, said NEA President Lily Eskelsen García in her final keynote address to the 2020 NEA Representative Assembly and it’s up to educators everywhere to...