Indiana admin who says critical race theory is taught in schools put on leave

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An Indiana school administrator who went viral for explaining how important race theory is secretly taught in schools – such as “social snake oil schemes” – says he has now been put on leave, having his email access cut off. and has been banned from entering school buildings.

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Tony Kinett, who serves as the science coordinator for Indianapolis Public Schools, posted a video on twitter Earlier this month it accused the school system of lying about teaching CRT in its schools.

In the clip, which has now been viewed more than 500,000 times, he claims that school administrators use “misdirection” to throw concerned parents.

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Kinett told The Post on Thursday that he has been on leave with pay since posting the video on November 4.

He said that HR had warned him twice since then that he would “part ways” with the district if he continued to serve as a “whistleblower” and asked employees to work alongside him in the wake of his criticism. would have “clinical concern”.

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Since the viral exposure, Kinett has continued to criticize the district on Twitter and released “insider-look” information as he claims the school district is not “transparent”.

The administrator also said Wednesday that without warning his access to his work email, Google Drive and calendar was cut off – and he was banned from entering any school district buildings.

Kinett said that all the information they released was located on a public server, and they have denied releasing any private data.

Before his access was cut off, Kinett said he would download “racist documents and videos” from the servers – and indicated that he was going to release them at some point.

He told The Post that the district should come clean on whether they stand behind the “racial gaslighting” employees.

Tony Kinett accused the school district of lying about teaching CRT in their schools.
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“Parents have a right to know the district’s approach to curriculum and pedagogy, so they can make the best decision about where to send their children,” he said.

Indianapolis Public Schools did not immediately respond to the Post’s request for comment.

In his viral video, which has been shared more than 6,400 times and liked 13,000 times, Kinett described how in-person CRTs were taught in classrooms – even though the district told parents that this was the case. Not there.

An equal mix of supporters and opponents are in attendance for teaching Critical Race Theory as the Placentia Yorba Linda School Board discusses a proposed proposal to ban it from teaching in schools.
Kinnet has continued to criticize the schools curriculum on Twitter.
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“When we tell you that schools aren’t teaching critical race theory… that’s the wrong direction,” he said in the video.

“We don’t have citations and principles in the state standards … We have CRTs for how we teach. We tell our teachers to treat our students differently based on color.

He continued: “We tell our students that every problem is the result of white people. And that everything that Western civilization has created is racist. That capitalism is a tool of white supremacy. It’s math, history, science. , is in art and it’s not slowing down.”

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