NSBA 'imploding,' 'getting everything it deserves,' following mass stat
From Johnny@21:1/5 to All on Thu Jun 16 08:26:34 2022
By Cortney O'Brien
Published June 15, 2022
With the Wisconsin Association of School Boards' (WASB) decision to cut
ties with the National School Boards Association (NSBA), more than half
of the nation's state school board associations have withdrawn from the
group since it sent a letter to the Justice Department to investigate
parents for "domestic terrorism."
"Parents have seen the inside of the public school beast and understand
better than ever who is feeding this beast, and are responding with a
loud voice of not my child, not on my watch," Moms for America Senior
Director Quisha King told Fox News Digital. "US State school boards associations are seeing the reactions of parents in many ways, from
speaking up at school board meetings to getting their children out of
these classrooms and state school boards know they do not want more
problems with parents across America."
The NSBA's infamous letter to the Justice Department in September 2021
asked for parents protesting at school board meetings to be federally
looked into, saying school officials were facing threats and violence
at meetings. The letter requested that actions should be examined under
the Patriot Act as domestic terrorism. The NSBA later apologized for
the letter's language.