Texas Teachers Given Gag Order
Many Texas public school superintendents have thrown aside text books and bought, at great expense to the local taxpayers, an unproven curriculum called CSCOPE.
CSCOPE was never approved by our Texas State Board of Education, nor subjected to public review. What is in the CSCOPE lessons that warrants superintendents gagging their teachers?
How damaging could CSCOPE lessons be for teachers to be coerced into signing a non-disclosure agreement? Teachers are not even allowed to reveal the content of CSCOPE lessons to parents.
If children are not using textbooks and the content of CSCOPE lessons cannot be shared with parents, how can parents be involved in the education of their children? Are parents forbidden to visit classrooms to prevent their viewing CSCOPE material being used?
There are lessons indoctrinating children with Islam and verses of the Quran and the United Nations Agenda.
How can parents keep their children safe if they are not allowed to view instructional materials used by a school?
Is the objective of CSCOPE to wedge out parent involvement?
Do public school superintendents have the legal right to force teachers to not reveal content of lessons? Perhaps it is time to call for public scrutiny of CSCOPE and demand answers to these questions.