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School Boards Declare War on Parents

From its headquarters here on Duke Street, just north on the Potomac River from George Washington’s Mt. Vernon home, the National School Boards Association declared war on an unexpected enemy that has been the fabric of America since its birth hundreds of years ago: parents.

In a September 30 letter to President Joe Biden, the National School Boards Association sent a vitriolic missive to the president, with a laundry list of allegations of “malice, violence, and threats” by parents, alleging incredulously: “As these acts of malice, violence, and threats against public school officials have increased, the classification of these heinous actions could be the equivalent to a form of domestic terrorism and hate crimes.”

To be sure, in its six-page rant, the national association doesn’t mention the word “parents,” as if to acknowledge us in even their attack is to validate us. But we know. The attack is clearly directed at one target: the thousands of parents who have valiantly overcome their own fears of retaliation, public speaking and confrontation to advocate in defense of their children, from Seattle, Wash., to South Kingston, R.I.

The association of parents to “domestic terrorism” by the National School Boards Association is not only a slap in the face to sincere parents, but it is — tragically — a cruel insult to victims of terrorism around the world.