October 15, 2021
-Big League Politics
The school board association in the state of Pennsylvania has announced their decision to leave the National School Boards Association Federation after the national organization demanded for the Biden regime to classify concerned parents as domestic terrorists.
“The Governing board of the Pennsylvania School Boards Association has voted unanimously to cancel PSBA’s longstanding membership in the National School Boards Association. The decision was reached following significant deliberations and discussions with counsel and management,” the PSBA stated in their letter officially rescinding their membership.
“The most recent national controversy surrounding a letter to President Biden suggesting that some parents should be considered domestic terrorists was the final straw,” the PSBA continued.
“This misguided approach has made our work and that of many school boards more difficult. It has fomented more disputes and cast partisanship on our work on behalf of school directors, when we seek to find common ground and support all school directors in their work, no matter their politics. Now is not the time for more politics and posturing, it is the time for solutions to the many challenges facing education,” the PSBA added.
The full letter can be seen here:
PSBA governing board voted to LEAVE the NSBA, citing the letter to Biden as the last straw. pic.twitter.com/iDBMqZvTkL
— Joan M Cullen 🇺🇲❤ (@JoanieBaloney90) October 15, 2021
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