Virginia teacher: Asking students to sit quietly and listen to the teacher is white supremacy

A Vir­ginia teacher post­ed a video on Tik­Tok in which he explained that “PBIS is white suprema­cy.” PBIS stands for Pos­i­tive Behav­ioral Inter­ven­tions and Sup­ports and is the mod­el that Vir­ginia schools use for encour­ag­ing good behav­ior in the class­room. Accord­ing to this teacher, ask­ing kids to sit in their seats and lis­ten to the teacher comes from “white cul­ture” and is there­fore suspect.“So if PBIS con­cerns itself with pos­i­tive behav­iors, we have to ask our­selves, ‘Okay well what are those pos­i­tive behav­iors?’ And it’s things like mak­ing sure that you’re fol­low­ing direc­tions, and mak­ing sure that you’re sit­ting qui­et­ly, and you are in your seat and all these things that come from White culture.”
“The idea of just sit­ting quiet …

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