Two Ohio parents who have denounced a well-known private school their children attended for allegedly inculcating critical race theory (CRT) ideas are speaking out after the school denied reenrollment to their children.
“The school said Andrea Gross and Amy Gonzalez leveled ‘false and misleading attacks’ on Columbus Academy and its leadership,” ABC 6 reported. “Columbus Academy sent a letter to the two families informing them their three children will not be re-enrolled at the school this fall. One of the children is a high school junior and has attended the school since kindergarten.”
“No child has ever been denied re-enrollment to Columbus Academy because a parent raised questions, concerns or criticisms about a child’s education,” the school said in a statement. “However, any parent who waged a public campaign of false and misleading statements and inflammatory attacks harmful to the employees, the reputation, or the financial stability of Columbus Academy would be in clear violation of the enrollment agreement.”
On Wednesday, Fox News host Tucker Carlson asked