...There were no district-wide walkouts and nationwide protests when Broward County parents of special-needs students were laughed at during a school board meeting as they exposed how their children had been bullied, beaten and bitten by tormentors without consequences in 2016. Nor was there a massive uproar last fall when the district acknowledged a whopping 480 incidents of alleged sexual harassment and abuse in its schools.
As a famous Chicago community organizer once quipped, “Change is hard.” Selfies with gun control armbands is easy. Cleaning your own house, district and county is hard. Junkets to D.C. are easy. Digging through audits and public records is hard. Regurgitating Mad Libs-like talking points against the NRA and Second Amendment is easy.
Go back to class and look homeward, all you young “change agents.” The faultiest faults are near, not far.....
👉 Could you imagine if even "One" teacher staged a student walk out for NRA or Pro-Life?#NationalStudentWalkout— Thomas Del Beccaro (@tomdelbeccaro) March 15, 2018