And today feels like an incest TV show called How can Texas continue to miss the bad point? We are seeing schools in The Lone Star State sending out DNA kits to parents to help identify their child’s body “in an emergency”. Yes really…
Texas has been quite famous for their controversial way of working and their school system is no exception. In 2021, the Texas legislature passed Senate Bill 2158 requiring public schools to “provide identification kits to school districts and open enrollment charter schools for distribution to students.” parents or legal guardians of certain students”. The bill was passed in the wake of the horrific murders of eight children and two teachers in Santa Fe, Texas, and the failed response to Uvalde’s fatal shooting. Robbie Elementary School ultimately claimed the lives of 19 children and two adults.
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Because making laws that identify children’s corpses START making laws to protect them from dying is a perfectly reasonable scenario for these people… Absolutely disgusting.
The Texas Education Agency sent a fingerprint brochure to the student’s carer, which will allow them to store their child’s fingerprints at home in the event of an “emergency” – completely optional for parents to use. The legislation aims to use the kits to “help locate and return a missing or trafficked child,” but after growing concern about mass shootings in schools, parents are even more concerned about the safety of their children.
Tracy Walderwho was it before? CIA and FBI agent expressed to Parents today on Tuesday, she was “appalled” to learn that her daughter would receive one of these kits. She said she worries “every day” to send her children to school in her home state of Texas, and she fears these DNA sets could be used to identify the remains of children who have died. “killed with the same weapon of war” she used during that time. Services in Afghanistan:
“This sends two messages: The first is that the government will not do anything to solve the problem. This is how they tell us that. The second is that we are now forced to have conversations with children who may not be emotionally ready. My daughter is 7 years old. What do I have to say to it? “
Talking to your little one about being shot at school is inconceivable. How many innocent children will have to die before something is really done? It’s horrible to think that this is the world we live in…
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