After a recent online story, the teacher in question was named and a January video of an elementary school music teacher bragging about confusing students about gender.
Inside The Classroom shared a video that was originally posted on Twitter by a St. Paul music teacher. The teacher describes a conversation she had with a colleague, in which students allegedly asked “the other music teacher” if he was a boy.
Students asked the coworker if it was important. Students replied, “No. It’s just not possible for me to understand it. It’s so difficult. It’s so hard. As she describes the comments of students, the music teacher smiles and laughs, and then says, “I was just as like, that’s my goal.” That’s the goal.
Twitter users were quick to condemn , the music teacher, for bragging about deliberately confusing children about her gender.
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One Twitter user responded, “This Valentine Hills Elementary teacher in Moundsview, MN should not be teaching anymore.”
“Her goal should have been to inspire and teach students about music. She says that her goal is to mislead as many children as possible about her sexuality,” another person responded.
Another user tweeted, “That’s our goal.” It’s not to educate. It’s chaos, confusion and madness.”
Parents and former students have identified the teacher as Kourtney Ryan , according to Alpha News. She is a teacher at Valentine Hills Elementary School, which is part of Moundsview Public Schools in St. Paul.
Fox News Digital reached Ryan and the Moundsview Public Schools Public Relations Directors but did not get a response at time of publication. Mounds View Public Schools is on spring break during the week of March 12. However, it is not clear if this is why comments have not been returned.
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Teachers from all over the country are open about their sexual identities and encourage students to hide this information from their parents.
Lane Cogdill, a Maryland teacher claimed that it was district policy for students to withhold information about their parents’ plans to change gender. According to the teacher, for seven years she had introduced herself to students at the beginning of each school year and explained her identity. The teacher would ask students for their names and pronouns if they were unsure about their identity. She also helped them keep these details secret from their parents and school if necessary.
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“I always ask trans students, whenever I can, what is their preferred name? Which pronouns are you most comfortable with? Do you know anyone else? Who else knows?