School administrators are pushing student protests in large school districts


The far-left WashingtonPost reports that one of the nation’s largest school systems will allow students in grades 7-12 a day off each year to protest in “civic engagement activities.”

This will take place in Fairfax County Public Schools in Northern Virginia.

Northern Virginia, once right-leaning, is now a leftist bastion thanks to union workers, some refugees, and foreigners here illegally.

The hard-left has cleverly gone into the lower grades to do for them what they have done for colleges and universities throughout the nation. It starts in the liberal/leftist bastions and it will take over the entire country.

One of the nation’s largest school districts will allow students time off to participate in protests, a novel policy that proponents argue is the only way to handle a wave of student activism roiling the nation, the WaPo states.

We don’t believe that is the case. This is driven by people of the far-left and is not a natural outgrowth of anything except, perhaps, biased instruction.


After brainwashing the kids, they will let them out to protest left-wing causes to help bully the right.

Approved activities might include marches, sit-ins or trips to Richmond to lobby legislators, said Fairfax School Board member Ryan McElveen, who introduced the policy.

Fairfax Schools has about 188,000 students to indoctrinate.

They know children will take off and get involved, just to have the day off.

“I think we’re setting the stage for the rest of the nation with this. It’s a dawning of a new day in student activism, and school systems everywhere are going to have to be responsive to it,” the school spokesperson stated.

The young are idealistic and lack the knowledge needed to make these decisions.

This is going on throughout the nation. The hard-left knows what it is doing and a lot on the right still don’t realize we are at war.

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Mike McNulty
Mike McNulty
3 years ago

This policy will come to a screeching halt once the first kid skips school to attend a Trump rally … can’t wait to read that story.

3 years ago

Here’s a solution. Abolish the Dept. of Education. And cut off funding of the schools at all levels. Get back to the states dealing with their school systems. Without federal taxpayer money the positions of the administrators, too many, will evaporate.
Once the bloated salaries of the teachers and administrators ends, they will have to work for a living.
Coming soon to be employed at a MickeyDs somewhere near you.
Just sayin’.

Elena McCoy
Elena McCoy
3 years ago

If you want to know what our future is, just look at Europe. We seem to follow the same pattern. Who’s gonna save us?