World-Shaker: Censorship at its Finest: One teacher's story of how ignorant parents ruined education



This was originally posted here, but was taken down by the author due to too many readers contacting (harassing) the author’s former superintendent and school district. With respect, this story is too important to die. Please don’t abuse this by contacting the district. If you wish to respect…

I feel sick inside having read this.  My kids are about to hit these years of school, and this is what their teachers are facing?  I hate other parents.  I hate those shallow, stupid, soul-bankrupt hicks and their Nancy Grace-esque addiction to drama and promoting idiocy and blandness and fetish for ignorance.

Important read. It’s criminal that we accept/condone/promote educators being treated this way.

  1. realisrelative reblogged this from stfuconservatives
  2. blamethedistance reblogged this from littlejanelle and added:
    Please read this and reblog. I’m going to school to teach English, and this was the most inspiring and heartbreaking...
  3. littlejanelle reblogged this from girlcanteach and added:
    Long, but worth it.
  4. mirandahhh reblogged this from aceadventurer
  5. fauxroses reblogged this from haphy and added:
    this makes me extremely, extremely angry at the level of ignorance shown by grown adults here. they can all go fuck...
  6. radfat reblogged this from haphy and added:
    I couldn’t agree more, Ashley. This…this makes me profoundly sick to read. Why do we attack our own education in this...
  7. madargon reblogged this from vespertine-stars
  8. vespertine-stars reblogged this from mariahoenenevigglad and added:
    One of my greatest fears as a teacher is dealing with parents like the ones in this article. The absolute ignorance...
  9. mariahoenenevigglad reblogged this from whatgodzillasaidtogod and added:
    Damn :(
  10. whatgodzillasaidtogod reblogged this from sgtbarnes and added:
    The whole thing is a must-read. Absolutely heartbreaking.
  11. startrekrenegades reblogged this from anightvaleintern and added:
    this has been another installment of “Rei is a perfect human being 2k11”
  12. unicornduke reblogged this from anightvaleintern and added:
    ^ commentary
  13. hiddenjumprope reblogged this from anightvaleintern and added:
    Ugh, I hate stories like this. Parents like that…. Ugh. I feel so sorry for their kids.
  14. auntiesuze reblogged this from principia-coh and added:
    This scares the HELL out of me. Just a half step away from Fahrenheit 451.
  15. sailorcresselia reblogged this from anightvaleintern and added:
    I… I just feel so disgusted at both the parents involved in this, and with the school board and superintendent who were...
  16. ardentthrowaway reblogged this from ursineknight and added:
    Well these books are technically banned at our school as well, but we completely ignore it as does the school district...
  17. ninjaomelet reblogged this from ursineknight and added:
    Gonna keep it short because I know I could probably ramble on about this. When I read and hear about these things, I...
  18. wildzebrakidzklub reblogged this from 0dessa
  19. 0dessa reblogged this from thesubstitutepanda and added:
    Not to mention that reading is still such a valuable skill and that’s not emphasized enough. I remember a couple years...
  20. ursineknight reblogged this from anightvaleintern and added:
    Considering all of the vastly “controversial” books I read as part of curriculum, the fact that parents would actually...
  21. thesubstitutepanda reblogged this from anightvaleintern and added:
    This makes me absolutely sick. At least they’re reading and enjoying it. They may move on to bigger and better books....
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  23. haphy reblogged this from anightvaleintern and added:
    Beautiful, perfect response. ^
  24. anightvaleintern reblogged this from roricomics and added:
    Oh good. Little girls can read Twilight, which is misogynistic bullshit which teaches our children the rape, abuse,...

660 notes | Posted Jun 18, 11