Preserving Innocence Video

Please watch this brief video shows a school teacher talking about preserving your children’s innocence from a federal takeover of education.

One Response to Preserving Innocence Video

  • Susan Wilcox says:

    How did this teacher keep her job after going forward with these truths? I would like to know since I quit mine just so I COULD speak out. I agree with everything here. I didn’t feel comfortable at ANY time in our pubic system during my teaching time there. In contrast to private school, there is no comparison.

    I am ready to what we need to do to protect our children.

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