“…Herbert was a minor official – notorious for his rigid and limited patterns of thought….” – Star Trek – “The Way to Eden” (1969)
Eric Schmidt (r) has initiated another “report your local school” campaign stunt. We’ll wait for a week or so to submit a “Missouri Sunshine Law” (RSMo § 610) request for the submissions.
The Students First Initiative aims to ensure a quality education for Missouri’s children by uncovering and eliminating curriculum and policies and practices that prioritize politics in the classroom instead of student education and success. The Attorney General’s Office urges parents to submit information about objectionable curriculum like Critical Race Theory, teacher training materials, school initiatives and speakers, administrative overreach, and other issues and practices that don’t prioritize student education and success in their children’s schools.
The Attorney General’s Office is dedicated to fighting on behalf of parents and increasing transparency in schools across Missouri. Upon receiving a submitted form, a representative from the Attorney General’s Office may contact you for further information or clarification. Submissions may be the subject of requests under the Missouri Sunshine Law, and may be subject to disclosure. Further, the Attorney General’s Office may publicize non-identifiable submitted information, including through press communications or social media.
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“…Submissions may be the subject of requests under the Missouri Sunshine Law, and may be subject to disclosure…” You think?
A simple request (December 9, 2021)
We get a response (December 14, 2021)
We’re still waiting… (December 31, 2021)
There’s much more to follow (January 6, 2022)
Mistaking mindless repetition for erudition (February 14, 2022)
A foolish consistency (March 15, 2022)