As parents fight back against racist ideologies in their children’s schools, Fort Worth ISD’s newly minted superintendent, Dr. Angélica Ramsey, announced at a breakfast meeting that the system needs to be “reinvented” because “the truth is that black, brown, and poor kids in this country do not get the education they deserve because we’re in a system that wasn’t built for us.”

According to Ramsey, who has a history of supporting the “diversity, equity, and inclusion” agenda, “we integrated into their system, not the other way around.”

Ramsey’s 2013 doctoral dissertation on “the experiences of Latina principals in both established and burgeoning Latina/o communities in raising Latina/o achievement” promotes her research as “championing the causes of equity and student success for all with a social justice agenda.”

Meanwhile, Fort Worth ISD’s student test scores are declining, yet Ramsey called parents and citizens concerned with her overarching agenda “haters,” promising to “keep pushing forward” with her radical policies.

“Superintendent Ramsey has shown her true ideological colors,” said local Fort Worth activist Carlos Turcios. “It’s strange how she has said she would listen to every parent, yet she attacks conservatives for being haters and being afraid.”

Fort Worth ISD is also currently considering a sex education curriculum that removes any mention of male and female, simply calling males “a body with a penis” and females “a body with a vagina.”

On December 13, the school district will vote on whether or not to adopt the new “gender fluid” curriculum.

“The Sex Ed Curriculum that the board will vote on December 13 cannot pass,” said Turcios. “The Board voting for this will create a referendum on them in the upcoming 2023 local school board elections.”

Fort Worth ISD citizens concerned about dangerous gender ideologies and racially divisive teacher trainings can contact their local school board members to register concerns with the district.

Sydnie Henry

A born and bred Texan, Sydnie serves as the Managing Editor for Texas Scorecard. She graduated from Patrick Henry College with a B.A. in Government and is utilizing her research and writing skills to spread truth to Texans.