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AMERICA1ST

What is so wrong with givng San Diego teachers the option to teach illegal alien kids in person but not American kids?

The San Diego County Board of Education has agreed to send teachers to provide in-person instruction for the hundreds of teen migrant girls being housed at the San Diego Convention Center, while many of the schools in the district remain closed to in-class learning.

Considering that the parents of American school children who are not allowed to go to school are paying the taxes for these teachers to go teach other children that are not Americans, this all sounds ok, right?

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Reply #1 posted 04/01/21 2:31pm

IanRG

Nothing is wrong about this. The safety of the teachers, schools and families is the driver. Many San Diego Schools are open and have been open since last year or since 17 March this year.

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That there are children in circumstances that they cannot be online schooled without being supplied with computer and communications equipment amd cannot go to one of the many open schools in San Diego area means that the choice is pay for them to be taught in person safely or pay for them to be taught on line. Either way you would ask one of your leading questions.

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No one is taking resources away from your people to give them to other people.

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Reply #2 posted 04/01/21 2:39pm

AMERICA1ST

IanRG said:

Nothing is wrong about this. The safety of the teachers, schools and families is the driver. Many San Diego Schools are open and have been open since last year or since 17 March this year.

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That there are children in circumstances that they cannot be online schooled without being supplied with computer and communications equipment amd cannot go to one of the many open schools in San Diego area means that the choice is pay for them to be taught in person safely or pay for them to be taught on line. Either way you would ask one of your leading questions.

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No one is taking resources away from your people to give them to other people.

None of that addresses the reality of the question:

All San Diego children - American citizens - are not getting to go to school while illegal alien children are - and with the teachers who should be teaching American children. If they can go and teach illegals in person, they can teach American children who have been out of school for over a year in person - and as employees paid by the taxes of American parents, that is what they should be doing first and foremost. Any illegal receiving schooling while a single American child can not go to school means an American child is being neglected - and punished - while the illegal gets what that child should get.

Find good American taxpaying parents who are ok with that.

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Reply #3 posted 04/01/21 3:12pm

IanRG

AMERICA1ST said:

IanRG said:

Nothing is wrong about this. The safety of the teachers, schools and families is the driver. Many San Diego Schools are open and have been open since last year or since 17 March this year.

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That there are children in circumstances that they cannot be online schooled without being supplied with computer and communications equipment amd cannot go to one of the many open schools in San Diego area means that the choice is pay for them to be taught in person safely or pay for them to be taught on line. Either way you would ask one of your leading questions.

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No one is taking resources away from your people to give them to other people.

None of that addresses the reality of the question:

All SAn Diego children - American citizens - are not getting to go to school while illegal alien children are - and with the teachers who should be teaching American children. You are saying that is right?

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And yet when you look up the schools that are open in San Diego, there ARE schools listed as open and they have pictures of school children going to these open schools. ALL Covid school closures are to protect the children, teachers and their families from Covid19 - At this point in the Pandemic, it will increasingly be only when there hot spot areas with high risk tier ratings and the specific school is not able to keep the children and teachers safe.

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The migrant children are not able to go to a local school - and if they did YOU go off against this. The migrant children do not have access to computers and telecommunitions facilities to allow them to learn online - and if anyone from the local school boards right up the Federal government provided this for migrant children, YOU would go off against this.

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No one is taking resources from your people to give them to other people.

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Yes, it is absolutely right to keep San Diego Children, their teachers and their familes and their friends and the businesses that provide or use to the community safe. Yes, it is absolutely right to provide education efficiently and safely to all the cildren in the County's jurisdication so that people in poorest of circumstances as well as everyone else is able to be provided for adequately.

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Reply #4 posted 04/01/21 3:17pm

onlyforaminute

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I don't have a dog in this fight my children are adults and my grandchild goes to a private school. So I had to look it up. First of all there are several school districts in the county of san diego each function separately from each other. The san diego school district is the largest it handles the city of san diego. It's been the only one I've ever dealt with so my info comes from there. Secondly, everybody's on traditional spring break right now including my grandbaby. Anyway....per their website....


March 25, 2021



As of today, San Diego Unified has received responses to the Instructional Model Choice Form for more than 57,000 students. 74 percent of these responses have selected the Onsite/Online Hybrid model for when classrooms reopen the week of April 12, and 26 percent have opted for Online Only model.



Doesn't sound like everyone isn't allowed to do anything.

While I'm not crazy about what's happening at the border. I appreciate being in a place that has high standards in it's character, even when those standards are very challenging. How can one be great when they behave at everyone else's standards?
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Reply #5 posted 04/01/21 3:25pm

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I think we need a reintroduction to Aesops (or whatever the f folks wanna name them) fables. The little boy who cried wolf comes to my mind so often these days.
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Reply #6 posted 04/01/21 3:39pm

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Now, for the rest of the story.



The teachers have been given the opportunity to volunteer to teach migrant children during spring break and that it would be up to the county whether they were paid.

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Reply #7 posted 04/01/21 5:12pm

AMERICA1ST

PennyPurple said:

Now, for the rest of the story.



The teachers have been given the opportunity to volunteer to teach migrant children during spring break and that it would be up to the county whether they were paid.

The question does state they were given the option to teach illegals IN-PERSON - that flies in the face of the reasoning for keeping American children out of of school and teachers online only. Why is that an option for teaching illegals when every American child is not back in school first? There are American children that need to be in school and see a teacher in person. Minority children have suffered more than any other. I see first hand how it is damaging black children in low income areas every day. And it will be long term generational social damage - the kind that plagues blacks more than anyting els ein this world. Don't American children deserve in-person schooling from American teachers the most? Where does the priority start for Americans? Doesit even exist at this point? If not, how much are we to sacrafice for illegals? Everything?

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Reply #8 posted 04/01/21 5:14pm

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AMERICA1ST said:

PennyPurple said:

Now, for the rest of the story.



The teachers have been given the opportunity to volunteer to teach migrant children during spring break and that it would be up to the county whether they were paid.

The question does state they were given the option to teach illegals IN-PERSON - that flies in the face of the reasoning for keeping American children out of of school and teachers online only. Why is that an option for teaching illegals when every American child is not back in school first? There are American children that need to be in school and see a teacher in person. Minority children have suffered more than any other. Don't they deserve in-person schooling from American teachers more than anyone else? Where does the priority start for Americans? Doesit even exist at this point? If not, how much are we to sacrafice for illegals? Everything?

Well if Trump would have taken the virus more seriously and done something about it, it wouldn't have got to the point of at home teaching.

What don't you understand this is on Trump's back.

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Reply #9 posted 04/01/21 6:53pm

IanRG

AMERICA1ST said:

PennyPurple said:

Now, for the rest of the story.



The teachers have been given the opportunity to volunteer to teach migrant children during spring break and that it would be up to the county whether they were paid.

The question does state they were given the option to teach illegals IN-PERSON - that flies in the face of the reasoning for keeping American children out of of school and teachers online only. Why is that an option for teaching illegals when every American child is not back in school first? There are American children that need to be in school and see a teacher in person. Minority children have suffered more than any other. I see first hand how it is damaging black children in low income areas every day. And it will be long term generational social damage - the kind that plagues blacks more than anyting els ein this world. Don't American children deserve in-person schooling from American teachers the most? Where does the priority start for Americans? Doesit even exist at this point? If not, how much are we to sacrafice for illegals? Everything?

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You keep missing that many San Diegan students have been having IN-PERSON lessons since last year, many since 17 March this year, and the rest will resume IN-PERSON classes at the end of Spring break or soon there after.

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No student has sacificed a single lesson because their teacher has volunteered to help others. The online classes were created for the US students to protect them from the coup leader's mismanagement and the death rate this has caused.

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Reply #10 posted 04/07/21 1:54am

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Computers are inexpensive now. If it protects the teachers why not set these kids up with online learning? Surely all kids provide the same risk? Both existing and immigrant kiddies
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Reply #11 posted 04/07/21 2:02am

IanRG

coldcoffeeandcocacola said:

Computers are inexpensive now. If it protects the teachers why not set these kids up with online learning? Surely all kids provide the same risk? Both existing and immigrant kiddies

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For the immigrants, they are only there temporarily - all are expected to be placed by July. For the school children, this is what had already been done.

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Reply #12 posted 04/07/21 5:36am

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You should round them up and gas them. There, you happy?

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Reply #13 posted 04/07/21 8:59am

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jaawwnn said:

You should round them up and gas them. There, you happy?



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