Seattle Public Schools
Seattle Public Schools is the largest K-12 school system in Washington with a student population of more than 50,000 students enrolled in 104 schools.
Seattle Public Schools run a progressive agenda with woke culture at the forefront of their mission. In February 2020, the district held a “Black Lives Matter in Schools” week with the intent to “affirm the demands of the Black Lives Matter at School Movement.” Teachers and school administration were provided with various curriculums for students of all ages and tasked with the assignment of adapting the lesson plans into their agenda as they deemed fit. The full weeks’ suggested curriculum is available online here. Students as young as Kindergarten were encouraged to “experience discrimination” and literature focused on “disrupting white fragility.”
In March of 2021, three Seattle voters filed a lawsuit, recalling all members of the Board of Directors failing to oversee a timely transition to in-person teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic. The recall was dismissed by a King County Superior Court on April 19, 2021.
Updated – October 4, 2021