School boards and administrators have the obligation to ensure that classrooms are free from political indoctrination and entirely focused on unbiased, sound education. Too often, parents and concerned citizens encounter school officials who are unresponsive to legitimate concerns. CAMERA can help by providing a support network, useful materials and guidance in submitting Freedom of Information Act requests (FOIA) or in finding legal assistance.

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  • East Bay High School Teacher Called Out for Antisemitic Lessons

    J Weekly –  At a school board meeting, several faculty and students spoke out against a 10th grade English teacher who gave out antisemitic conspiracy material. The school district had previously announced that it would continue to supplement the state’s required ethnic studies curriculum with material from the Liberated Ethnic Studies Consortium.

  • Central Bucks School Board Hears Allegations of Antisemitism

    WFMZ 69 News – The community in the Central Bucks School District remains divided over a policy approved that prohibits district employees from displaying items that reflect partisan, political or social policy agendas. Prior to the Holocaust National Day of Remembrance, a Central Bucks South High School librarian displayed a quote from “Night” by Elie Wiesel, a Holocaust survivor. But the school administrators ordered the quote removed, stating it violated the new policy.

  • ZOA Prompts Federal Investigation Into Fairfax, VA School District’s Response To Antisemitic Harassment

    ZOA – In response to a detailed complaint filed last January by the Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act, the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) is investigating whether the Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) in Virginia inadequately responded to incidents of antisemitic harassment.

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