An “association of bullies,” the National Education Association (NEA), is using its $300 million budget to sue a lone Rhode Island mom who had the nerve to ask what her daughter would be taught in kindergarten.
The attack on Nicole Solas is being addressed by the Goldwater Institute, which is working on her behalf.
“The NEA is so determined to push its political agenda that they are willing to expose themselves in a court of law for who they really are: an association of bullies eager to challenge a stay-at-home mom who simply wanted to know what her daughter would be taught,” Solas explained.
“This lawsuit won’t deter me from asking questions, and I encourage all parents to do the same, so that they are empowered to make informed decisions regarding their children’s education.”
The institute explained Rhode Island law does not let private parties try to punish those who exercise their rights to public information, so the NEA lawsuit essentially is “a brazen assault on the public’s right to know what their government is up to and parents’ right to know what their children are learning in school.” Read more…