A Rhode Island mom could face a potential lawsuit after requesting information from an elementary school regarding concerns over its possible inclusion of critical race theory in its curriculum.
Nicole Solas told “Fox and Friends” that she “wanted to speak out because I have to fight for my daughter’s education and I’m in a special position. I don’t have a job to lose because I’m a stay-at-home mom. My daughter is just starting out in school. So, you know, if I have to send her to private school, I will.”
“And I think it’s really important for parents to start asking more questions, because the more parents that ask more questions, the harder it will be for schools to retaliate against a lot of parents,” she said.
As Solas enrolled her daughter, she asked the school if they were including anything with gender theory or anti-racism at the school.
Solas said that she called the principal and was informed that they don’t reference