The board members didn’t realize their comments were being watched by parents online. One member said parents wanted their “babysitters” back. Another implied that parents wanted free time to smoke pot.
(From The New York Times)
For parents, who for months had been imploring the board for more information about the district’s plans, the insults were “the straw that broke the camel’s back,” said Angela Palacio, who has four children, including a daughter in the first grade who has struggled with remote learning.
“That blew my mind,” Ms. Palacio, 42, said of the remarks.
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