SEX ED: Trump Admin Tracked Teacher Sexual Abuses … Biden Wants To End That

Written by Wes Walker on November 24, 2021

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When a sports instructor, religious leader, or Scout leader exploits a child for sex, the public is rightly outraged. Shouldn’t we be just as outraged when a teacher does it?

Maybe the answer to that question depends on how much political clout the teachers (and their union) have over your political party.

For a government that wants every scrap of information they could possibly collect about us to decline to collect information — specifically, information that had begun to be tracked during the Trump administration — the obvious follow-up question would be ‘why’.

Why is there a sudden change of direction in collecting information about incidents of teachers sexually exploiting children?

More importantly, is this change making it easier for accused teachers to slip away and get hired elsewhere, potentially endangering other children?

Just to remind our readers that this is no mere hypothetical question…

Whatever happened to the Democrat’s supposed concern about victims?

The department’s Office for Civil Rights will not ask school districts questions regarding teacher-on-student sexual assault allegations as part of its 2021-2022 Civil Rights Data Collection, proposed Thursday. The change is designed to “reduce burden and duplication of data,” an Education Department spokesman told the Washington Free Beacon. But critics say eliminating the question is the Biden administration’s attempt to appease teachers’ unions.

“This is the ultimate act of bowing to the teachers’ unions,” Kimberly Richey, who served as acting assistant secretary in the Office for Civil Rights in the Trump administration, told the Free Beacon. “Through this proposal, the Biden administration is actively helping schools cover up these incidents, which we were intentionally shining a light on.”

The Education Department will still ask districts to report documented cases of rape and sexual assault. But it will not ask school officials to report allegations that resulted in the resignation or retirement of the accused. Former secretary of education Betsy DeVos added those optional questions to the 2020-2021 data collection, which was delayed one year due to the coronavirus pandemic. The department also won’t ask districts to report pending cases or cases in which a school staffer was reassigned to another district school prior to the conclusion of an investigation.

Reporting alleged sex crimes in addition to documented cases provides a fuller picture of sexual violence in schools, as the accused may retire, resign, or seek employment elsewhere before a district can reach a conclusion in the case. — FreeBeacon

Democrats have already been bitten hard after getting caught playing fast and loose with sexual offenses affecting school children.

The Loudoun County student who had forcibly raped a 14-year-old girl in the school bathroom was reassigned to another school where he reoffended. School officials played dumb and denied the incident until they finally got exposed for covering it up.

This wouldn’t be the first time Biden’s administration bowed to the demands of Teachers’ Unions.

The FBI was (allegedly) investigating concerned parents with the tools intended for flushing out Domestic Terrorists, based on a complaint with which the White House itself had helped to coordinate.

Before that, we saw email evidence that the ‘science’ we were supposed to believe about COVID protocols were taking their marching orders about reopening schools directly from representatives of Teachers’ Unions.

And why would Biden do such a thing? This might offer a clue…

The amount of money that went directly to any one candidate, however, pales in comparison to the money teachers unions donated to liberal groups in general — over $23.5 million from the NEA and over $14 million from the AFT. Combined, those two groups spent $43 million in political expenditures during the 2020 election cycle, according to Open Secrets.

They both endorsed Biden for the presidency in March.

And the unions’ influence in Democratic politics doesn’t stop at money — the AFT has 1.7 million members, according to its website, while the NEA has more than 3 million members according to its site. That’s well over half of Biden’s popular vote margin of victory over former President Trump in November — a hefty chunk of the electorate. According to the NEA, one out of every 39 voters lives in a household with at least one NEA member. — FoxNews

Do they care about children? Maybe.

But a lot of people in DC care more about raw political power.

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