We’re not really big on a TikTok ban, but then we see something like this from Chris Vazquez, the Washington Post’s “associate TikTok producer,” and we have second thoughts. Vazquez proves that you can squeeze as much bias into a short TikTok clip as you can into an entire WaPo article, if not more. At a time when test scores are suffering, students are facing a mental health crisis, and there’s a teacher shortage, money that could be spent on academics is instead being diverted to fulfilling records requests from parents.

Oh no! “Districts are rushing to comply with complex queries as parents seek ‘transparency’ about what is taught.”

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