State-wide Materials (political activism, false facts, critical race theory, etc)

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District-level Materials

Monroe County Community School Corporation

Land Acknowledgement and spiritual suggestions for third graders in Bloomington

At Childs Elementary School in Monroe County Community School Corporation (MCCSC), a third grade teacher tweeted a bulletin board with the land acknowledgment display, "WE ARE ON INDIGENOUS LAND!" apparently hand-colored by children. One portion of the display informs: "Land Acknowledgment. What is that? Let us journey together. Take a moment to connect with the land that you are currently standing on. Now introduce yourself spiritually; build a relationship with …

Zionsville Community Schools

What does 'restorative justice' really look like? Not much like justice when it comes to assesses truth of allegations

A first grader in this community returned after Winter break to find his desk had been moved to the back corner of the classroom. He was later pulled out of the classroom by himself and asked by the principle if he knew any “racist” words and if he remembered calling a classmate a racist word prior to winter break. That evening, the parents received a call informing them their son …

Portage Township Schools

Woke in Indiana

"Portage Township schools showed my 4th and 6th grader writings about white supremacy and disparaging writings about police. They also told my 4th grader “all Trump wants to do is take money away from schools” (school choice)."

North West Hendricks Schools

School board says parents will be punished for criticizing it

The North West Hendricks School Corporation’s “ Parent Code of Conduct ” says parents shouldn’t use social media to “campaign against or fuel outrage against... policies implemented by the school or district.” Parents who violate the policy can be removed from the school premises or banned from entering school grounds in the future. Parents and the ACLU of Indiana are raising concerns.