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Baltimore mom says she switched to homeschooling due to 'violence' in public schools and critical race theory

Violence and administrators pushing critical race theory [CRT] and diversity, equity, and inclusion mantra [DEI] drove a Baltimore mom to homeschool her kids.

“It was not a tough decision at all. As you can see behind me, that is what it’s costing us to educate students in Baltimore City. My first-grader was advanced at a local charter school, and I was told, well, he is testing above grade level and doing wonderful,” Blanca Tapahausco told “Fox & Friends.”

She explained further that teachers in the Baltimore school system were teaching about non-traditional family structures, critical race theory, and pushing DEI.

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She said that there was a homicide the first week of school.

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“I’m picking up my son. And at the other side of the building, a shooting and a child was killed, a stabbing inside of the school, an assault because they left the door open of a staff member. Back in April of this year, a gun dropped to the floor in the cafeteria. It was kicked across the floor and it hit the principal’s foot. This is what’s going on in Baltimore City public schools. While the CEO is earning $473,000.”

Some of the shootings occurred on or near school grounds, while others happened elsewhere in the community.

Baltimore had the lowest graduation rate across Maryland during the last school year. At one high school, 77% of students read at an elementary or kindergarten level.

“The education level of those doing the shooting and the those that are getting shot are often times third grade and less,” Patterson said. “What future are you really setting up for these youth other than fighting to survive?”

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