フロリダの共和党員は、保護者がクラスを監視できるように、教師にマイクを着用してもらいたいと考えています

フロリダの共和党員は、保護者がクラスを監視できるように、教師にマイクを着用してもらいたいと考えています
A teachers union is warning the move could discourage individuals from entering the profession in the future

Republican state legislators in フロリダ are considering a bill that would mandate school 教師 to wear microphones in classes, chiefly so that 両親 can monitor what their children are being taught.

The legislation is being pitched by Florida State Representative Bob Rommel, who says that his personal belief is that teachers can be monitored constantly without any infringements on privacy, CBSニュース レポート.

“I think if we can do it in a safe way to protect the privacy of students and teachers, I think we should do it,” Rep Rommel claimed. “I haven’t heard a response good or bad from any teachers, but … it’s not their private space. It’s our children’s space, それも。"

しかしながら, Anna Fusco, the Broward Teachers Union President, explained her grave reservations over the bill to CBS . According to Ms Fusco, it could discourage some people from entering the profession for fears of being called out and criticised publicly by parents.

“You want to play Big Brother every moment?" 彼女は尋ねた.

“That’s not how society should be. We need to get back to where we have trust, we have value, we have faith and we have conversations and we can work things out if something happens.”

She adds that it isn’t necessary to video monitor educators at work.

“It’s not in every classroom. Not every parent has exercised that right. We have parents that don’t want that. It’s kind of two-fold.

“If one parent wants it, the camera goes in the room. If the other 10 parents don’t want it, they don’t have a say," 彼女は言いました.

として Broward County Public Schools website states, under Florida state law, some parents are already able to request that a camera be put in place in a classroom.

Florida House Bill 149, which was passed in July last year, means that a parent can request it if their child has a disability and is in an individualised programme in which the majority of the students also have a disability.

The move comes as teaching increasingly gets caught up in the culture wars, with conservatives across the country complaining that children are being taught “critical race theory”. This has led to moves to remove books by some Black authors – unconnected to CRT – such as 愛されし者 by the Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison.

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