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WATCH: Fourth-grade student told by teacher not to share info about 'equity survey' with parents

Haylee Yasgar, a student in the fourth-grade in Sartell Minnesota's public schools, went on "Fox and Friends" with her mother to talk about a clandestine 'equity survey' done by her school behind parents' backs.

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Haylee Yasgar, a student in the fourth-grade in Sartell Minnesota's public schools, go on "Fox and Friends" with her mother to talk about a clandestine 'equity survey' done by her school behind parents' backs.

Haylee starts by describing her experience with the survey, which turns out to be alarmingly similar to other students' experiences these days:

"I was in the survey, I was taking a few questions, and on the gender identification I got very confused and kind of nervous after a boy asked his mom after the teacher explained it, that we could not tell our parents anything. This just made me very nervous and uncomfortable."

Kelsey is then asked what her reaction was when she heard about the survey, and the fact that children were asked not to tell their parents about it. She responds:

".... We were informed that this 'equity audit' was going to be taking place, but the survey itself, they didn't inform us of the day it was taking place, or we weren't really sure a lot of details behind it."

"And, due to the lack of transparency from the school district, and from Equity Alliance of Minnesota, the third party that the school district has brought in to perform this audit, we were not informed of the questions on this survey."

"And when my daughter came forth and told me that her teacher said 'you cannot skip any questions, even if you don't understand them,' and when children were asking questions and asking if they could ask their parents about it, I was very upset when I found out that  she was told not to repeat any of the questions to me or any other adult in her life."

"I do want to say though I believe that this wasn't a single case that her teacher made this decision. We had been informed that this came down from the administration and Equity Alliance of Minnesota instructed them to make sure the children did not share this information with their parents."

"And that should pose a great concern in any parent's eyes."

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