Minnesota Fourth-Grader ‘Very Nervous and Uncomfortable’ When Told Not to Tell Parents About Equity Survey | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Minnesota Fourth-Grader ‘Very Nervous and Uncomfortable’ When Told Not to Tell Parents About Equity Survey

Minnesota fourth-grader Hayley Yasger and her mother Kelsey told Fox & Friends about the equity survey forced on students.

The Sartell-St. Stephen School District hired the Equity Alliance Minnesota group “earlier this year for an $80,000 audit on ‘racial inequities.'”

Hayley explained: “So when I was in the survey I was taking a few questions and on the gender identification question I got very confused and kind of nervous after a boy asked his mom after the teacher explained that we cannot tell our parents anything. This made me very nervous and uncomfortable.”

Kelsey said the schools told them “that the equity audit was taking place,” but “were not informed on the date of the activity and not given other details due to the lack of transparency from the school distracted and from Equity Alliance of Minnesota.”

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