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Local parents express support for the district amid book controversies

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The Columbia County School Board held its meeting this week at the Columbia County Exhibition Center amid the third annual Career & College Expo.

Superintendent Steven Flynt encouraged the board members and those in attendance to explore the expo, saying that he was “extremely appreciative”...

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  1. “These parents seem to think that exposure to the diversity of the human experience is going to make their children brainwashed automatons ”

    No. Exposure to diversity done in some ways is beneficial. Exposure to leftist ideology masquerading as diversity is harmful. That’s the brand of “diversity” pushed by Kendi, Bell and other authors that the district has given places to take root and it’s the brand of “diversity” commonly pushed in colleges of education. It’s great that the district took belated action on the sexual material. Now they might need to be shamed into taking care of the divisive concepts. Maybe the GA legislature will hurry that process along.

  2. Interesting that it took a ” former” teacher to truthfully bare witness of this governmental consciousness that believes itself to be the sole distribution & promotion point of human diversity for children suffering from such deplorable cultural neglect and societal ignorance in their own homes at the hands of their own parents & elders.

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