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Largest teachers union pushes to switch ‘mother’ to ‘birthing parent’ in contracts

The National Education Association put forward a resolution that would see the term ” mother ” be changed to “birthing parent” in contracts to promote inclusivity .

The resolution or new business item, labeled NBI 63, was one of many proposed that could be voted on by the Representative Assembly on Wednesday.

“Using this contract language, members need not worry about how a Board of Education/solicitor defines ‘maternity leave,’ ‘mother,’ and/or ‘father’; the language is an inclusive reflection of how LGBTQIA+ members build families,” the resolution said.

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In the end, NBI 63 was not brought to a vote, but its impact drew a lot of attention and criticism.

The NEA is the “K-12 Cartel,” Tiffany Justice of Moms for Liberty said, according to a report.

Parents and children are being held hostage by the NEA and its woke agenda, Justice said.

“We believe in American teachers, and we don’t believe that the lack of focus that the union has on children is represented,” she said.

Nicole Neily, the president and founder of Parents Defending Education, shared Justice’s sentiment.

“Normal people don’t use the term chestfeeding or birthing person or any of this stuff,” Neily said. “I think it just further underscores how completely out of touch the teachers’ unions … are from the concerns of normal parents.”

“It’s horrifying.”

Previous NEA resolutions have included mandating COVID-19 vaccines and masks in schools and support for reparations.

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“The Association acknowledges that both historical and current practices have systematically advantaged and privileged people of White European ancestry while disadvantaging and denying rights, opportunities, and equality for people of color,” a previous resolution read.

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