Los Angeles School District Offers Counseling After Trump’s Victory

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The LAUSD is a swamp of radical teachers and bureaucrats. From the earliest ages, Los Angeles school children are relentlessly indoctrinated into identity politics, racialist thinking, and the glories of deviant sexuality.

American Leftism, like all totalitarian ideologies, thrives by undermining the family, and placing the administrative state at the center of the child’s universe. To politically brainwash children rather than educating them (and LAUSD is an abyss of academic failure, especially for poor black students) is nothing less than child abuse.

Below is a memo from Michelle King, Superintendent of LAUSD, that was circulated to thousands of teachers, administrators, psychologists and LAUSD bureaucrats, yesterday after President-elect Trump’s victory.

Funny, no such memo was sent out when Barack Obama was twice elected.

And that is because children who attend LAUSD are taught to be afraid of any ideology that does not adhere to leftist, multi-culti delusions.

To say that the Teacher’s Union is beholden to the Democrat Party is stating the obvious. They practically bankrolled Hillary Clinton’s campaign, which explains why Democrats are so relentlessly hostile to charter schools.

Perhaps now the Teacher’s Union should take up a collection for Hillary’s defense fund. Word is her speaking fee has been reduced to $1.38.

From: Superintendent <superintendent@LAUSD.NET>
Sent: Wednesday, November 9, 2016 12:24 PM
To: LAUSD_EMPLOYEES@LIST.LAUSD.NET
Subject: SUPERINTENDENT’S POST ELECTION MESSAGE TO THE L.A. UNIFIED FAMILY

Dear Los Angeles Unified Family,

I realize emotions are running extremely high following Tuesday’s historic election, and that there may be concerns or anxiety among our students.

We ask that principals, teachers and school-based staff be particularly mindful of students’ feelings – especially in our most vulnerable communities – as a result of the charged rhetoric and deep divisions that ran throughout this election.

L.A. Unified’s primary mission remains the education of our students. This election is an excellent opportunity to provide a lesson in democracy and to encourage students to embrace diversity, renounce intolerance and respect differing ideologies. These are important conversations that need to take place – today and in the days ahead – as we continue our work to provide a safe teaching and learning environment for our students.

We also want our students, staff and families to know we are providing additional counseling services to those who may need it. Also, throughout this week, our Office of Human Relations, Diversity and Equity will be updating its website http://achieve.lausd.net/Page/11704 with additional resources to support meaningful conversations around these sensitive issues. For more information, this Office can be reached at 213.241.5337.

I am confident that every member of the L.A. Unified family will continue to support our students and serve as a role model in teaching them to be responsible members of a civic society. We remain united and strong in establishing our schools as safe and productive havens, particularly when the need for healing and common understanding is greatest.

Michelle King

Superintendent of Schools

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3 Comments

  1. Barry
    Posted November 11, 2016 at 10:45 am | Permalink

    Trumps so-called Islamophobia is reason enough to support him.

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  2. alterbentzion
    Posted November 10, 2016 at 12:19 pm | Permalink

    Glad my property taxes aren’t being wasted such drivel.

    But seriously, the whole #notmypresident thing just gets my goat. I mean, how do you think I felt when Obama was elected? I’m sure many other conservatives felt the same way, but I don’t remember them making such a stink.

    Of course, if a white man – which I am – were to have protested so vociferously in 2008, it would have been ascribed to racism, anyway. And Obama’s antisemitism is nowhere near as heinous as Trump’s anti-Muslimism.

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  3. Leah
    Posted November 10, 2016 at 8:42 am | Permalink

    I am so mad about this, one immediate outcome was the riot last night. Another issue that steams me is that I have two grandchildren with disabilities, hearing loss. The federal government decided years ago that their services would be provided by the public school district. You can imagine the fights, the battles, the nastiness that goes on in trying to get these children what they need.
    I am the grandparent, not the parent, they have chosen to go this route and are fighting the district tooth and nail, but for them to fight for every little morsel while the district spends millions on ‘counseling’ is horrifying to me.

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