When it comes to legal battles over Critical Race Theory (CRT), teacher’s unions are not merely willing to defend themselves from lawsuits, they’re filing them as well. On Monday, Nicole Solas, a Rhode Island mom whose daughter will be going into kindergarten, was sued by chapters of the National Education Association (NEA) for submitting multiple requests to find out what her daughter was learning when it comes to lesson plans on concepts such as transgenderism and Critical Race Theory (CRT).
Today the teacher union NEA filed ANOTHER lawsuit against me – this time a Temporary Restraining Order and Preliminary Injunction. Will teacher unions bullying moms be an everyday thing now? pic.twitter.com/6WxQ8KTAFD
— Nicole Solas (@Nicoletta0602) August 5, 2021
The National Education Association Rhode Island (NEARI) and NEA South Kingstown (NEASK) filed a complaint in Rhode Island Superior Court to prohibit the disclosure of the requested records and “protect teachers’ privacy rights” when it comes to records that Solas was requesting access to.
Ashley Cullinane’s report for local NBC 10 News includes a statement from NEARI Communication Director Stephanie DeSilva Mandeville:
“This action seeks to temporarily restrain the School Department from releasing any information related to these APRA requests,” the union wrote in a statement. “NEARI believes many of these documents are not public records as defined under APRA and/or fall under APRA’s exclusions and therefore are not subject to disclosure.”
(Read more from “A Teacher’s Union is Suing a Mother for Repeated Attempts to Know What Her Kindergartener is Learning” HERE)
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