Project Veritas released the third video in its newly launched Education Series today exposing another school official in charge of administering the education of children between the ages of five and nine years old.
Todd Soper, Assistant Principal for the New York City Department of Education specifically managing neighborhood charter schools for grades K-4, was recorded discussing how he would not offer a job to a right-leaning individual because of their political views.
Here are some of the highlights from today’s video:
Todd Soper, Grade K-4 Assistant Principal, Neighborhood Charter Schools, NYC Department of Education: “We have very specific questions, and ultimately our Diversity-Equity-Inclusion question, our DEI question is -- it's very telling if somebody has done a lot of work within themself, within the profession…if people don’t answer that question right, they’re just an automatic not hire.”
Soper: “If they [candidates] say that diversity is about -- if they say something that lends itself to be colorblind, which could happen, like, ‘Oh, it's like, you know, like everyone is equal.’ Those things that are well-intentioned statements, but they're missing the depth of understanding of how the intersections of our identity live out in the world. So, that person wouldn’t get hired.”
Soper: “Our students’ lives matter based on the color of their skin, and how that intertwines into the context of the world. So, if you're not willing to embrace fully that aspect of our students -- and that means talking openly about race and talking about injustices in the world, then I don't know if you're going to be able to fully fulfill your [teacher] responsibilities.”
Soper: A teacher “didn’t want to teach Black Lives Matter” ideology to her students and left the school. “She would’ve probably been fired eventually just based off of mindset. But yeah, she left.”
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Soper also detailed the ways in which gender ideology is pushed onto children even before they get to Elementary School.
“We have always, and will continue to, embrace diversity on all levels. So, the same way we embrace identities that are based off of ethnicity, skin tone and gender, we also embrace orientation,” Soper said.
“Like, for kindergarten, for Pride month, we got -- every kid had a mirror and we talked about -- a read-aloud about an animal, or about a boy that said he wanted to be a mermaid. It’s a way to start, like, ‘You should be whoever you feel like you should be.’ That was kind of the message of [the] read aloud,” he said.
“It's delicate, right? So, in kindergarten and first grade, they [students] are five and six [years old] -- but I think we start with the umbrella theme of, ‘Embrace who you are. You have to love who you are, and each part of you is beautiful, whatever you feel.’ As kids get older and the idea of gender becomes more salient, which happens more towards fourth grade…the conversations deepen as the kids get older.”
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New York City Assistant Principal Exposed For Discriminatory Hiring Practices Against Conservatives
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