High School Football Coach Fired for Privately Questioning Black Lives Matter Curricula | Beaufort County Now | A former Massachusetts high school football coach is suing the Dedham Public School district after he was fired for privately disagreeing with the left-wing social justice curriculum being taught to his children. | judicial watch, high school football coach, black lives matter, curricula, february 19, 2021

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High School Football Coach Fired for Privately Questioning Black Lives Matter Curricula

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    From The Daily Wire:

  • A former Massachusetts high school football coach is suing the Dedham Public School district after he was fired for privately disagreeing with the left-wing social justice curriculum being taught to his children.
  • David Flynn was the head football coach at Dedham High School and had two children enrolled at different schools in the district. His daughter was enrolled in Dedham Middle School and his son was enrolled at a Dedham Public School elementary. Flynn is suing the district's superintendent, Michael Welch, the high school principal, Jim Fonest, and the high school's athletic director, Stephen Traister, with the help of the legal network Judicial Watch.
  • According to a copy of the lawsuit, the daughter's middle school instruction was conducted remotely because of the coronavirus pandemic. During her at-home instruction, Flynn and his wife realized that her world history class was forgetting to teach her something very important to the course — world history.

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