Football Coach Fired After Voicing Opinion on Critical Race Theory

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From The Federalist

A high school football coach who led a Massachusetts school district’s team for nearly a decade was fired in early 2021 after he raised concerns about the use of critical race theory in his 7th-grade daughter’s curriculum.

David Flynn, with the help of Judicial Watch, filed a federal lawsuit in February seeking damages from Dedham Public School (DPS) administrators including the superintendent, high school principal, and high school athletic director for violating his First Amendment rights to speak out. 

The lawsuit explains that Flynn was released from his position just a few months after talking with his 7th-grade daughter’s history teacher, principal, Superintendent Michael J. Welch, and three more people on the Dedham School Committee about the quiet changes to the middle school’s “World Geography and Ancient History I” curriculum without notification or review by the parents.

These changes, Flynn complained, included “coursework on politics, race, gender equality, and diversity that were not suitable for twelve- and thirteen-year-olds,” subjective coverage of these topics, literature, and other class materials that “labeled all police officers as risks to all black people and all black males as risks to white people,” and the teacher’s blatant support for Black Lives Matter.

Read Full Article by Jordan Davidson of The Federalist by Clicking Here




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