” The fear is coming from the the CBEA and CBESPA”Karin Majewski CBSD Middle School Teacher
WokePA Pennsylvania is committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of our students. We are also dedicated to ensuring that all students receive a quality education. That’s why we support the rights of teachers to make decisions about their own classrooms without fear of retaliation from their union.
We believe that teachers should be able to teach freely in their classrooms, without fear of retribution for teaching something that may not align with what the unions believe is appropriate for our children. The Pennsylvania State Educators Association and National Education Associates have been silencing teachers and making them afraid for their jobs by threatening them with disciplinary action if they don’t toe the union party line and now we have learned that the CBEA and CBESPA have been doing the same. This is unacceptable!
The Central Bucks Education Association (CBEA) and Central Bucks Special Education Parent-Teacher Association (CBESPA) are taking a page out of the Pennsylvania State Educators Association (PSEA) and National Education Association’s (NEA) supported lockdowns during the Covid-19 Pandemic which led to learning loss and our children missing in-person learning.
They also supported in the 2021 School Board Races candidates like Dr. Tabitha Dell’Angelo who stated when referring to sexualized books in CBSD “We did not have a problem in CBSD. This policy creates a problem,” in a July WHYY News Article.
WokePA Pennsylvania can assure you we do have a sexualized Book Problem in Central Bucks School District Click Here to Learn More.
The Keystone Teachers Association (KEYTA) was established to promote the professional status and growth of educators and the welfare of students. Organized in 1993 by a handful of teachers, KEYTA was formed to give educators a professional alternative to union membership.
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