Kids Forced To Kneel In Class No Recess Including Preschool-Aged Kids.
This is News From a very trusted source in Alaska: Must Read Alaska posted an article after being told by multiple parents that the new normal for students in the Anchorage School District at Whaley School amounts to cruel and unusual punishment.
Anchorage school district is forcing children to kneel on pads on the floor instead of sitting in chairs while using their chairs as desks. Somehow there is “science” behind this child abuse, alongside wearing a mask for six hours a day. These preschool and lower school children at the Whaley School will also bring a five-gallon utility bucket to hold their lunch, jackets, and supplies in lieu of a locker. Disgruntled parents sent pictures of the classroom that looks like a setup the courts would deem cruel and unusual punishment for terrorists.MustReadAlaska.com http://bit.ly/3sFodOC
So we ask, what the heck Alaska? Where is the regulation saying that is healthy and beneficial to students as young as 3 years old to do this with no recess and no mask breaks except for lunch? This educational model provides no room for improvement of social skills and could be detrimental to the mental and physical health of the children. Is this the “new normal” idea of “school” or should we just call it a prison?
Moreover, when the Constitution is violated, it’s not surprising that liberals suddenly shun the federal laws they claim to champion. Sections 300.14-300.18 of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) stipulates that children with exceptionalities be educated in the least restrictive educational environment. Liberals use this to create expensive mandates, but somehow ignore the commonsense application when it comes to children with disabilities.
According to Must Read Alaska, Pre-K–2 and K–6 self-contained special needs programs in Anchorage will be opening up in this oppressive environment.
This Violates the Constitution.
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