Time to find a better school not connected to the Virginia teachers union.
A letter from the president of a Virginia teachers union arguing for more stringent measures to stem the flow of Covid-19 was mocked on Twitter for its many grammatical errors.
Parent Ellen Gallery marked up the letter and posted the heavily corrected version on Twitter, writing: “Hey [Virginia Education Association], are you going to send out more of these grammar worksheets over break? My kids and I had a great time spotting errors! Did we find them all?”
Ms Gallery marked up about 20 errors in the letter sent by Arlington Education Association President Ingrid Gant to Arlington Schools Superintendent Dr Francisco Duran, calling for more on-site Covid tests to be provided amid the rapid spread of the Omicron variant of the virus.
Ms Gant argued that classes shouldn’t resume as planned in January until the schools’ testing capabilities are improved.
Below is the tweet.
— ellengallery (@ellenfgallery) December 30, 2021
Here are the letters marked up by the parent:
and the second page:
People like this should not be involved in the education of our children. This is sad.
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