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VIDEO: Teacher’s Lesson Slide Compares Trump to Nazism, Communism

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HOST: “Upset parents are contacting Baltimore ‎County schools about a slide that was ‎shown in their child’s history class ‎this week at Loch Raven High School. ‎They’re questioning whether this was ‎part of a history lesson or if the ‎teacher was spreading political ideology. ‎Shelley Orman has been looking into this. ‎She joins us live from Baltimore County ‎with what’s created all this controversy. ‎Shelly?”

ORMAN: “Mary (ph), the parents we talked with ‎don’t want to be identified because ‎they’re afraid about negative ‎repercussions for their children at ‎school. They talked with us over the ‎phone about what was shown in the ‎classroom.

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UNKNOWN MALE: “My understanding is yesterday that was just put up and it was left there for everyone to see the whole day.”

ORMAN (voice-over): “This is the image in question ‎taken in a history class at Loch Raven ‎High School Wednesday. It’s circulating ‎among students and parents at the school.”

UNKNOWN MALE: “‎To even imply that our president is in ‎any way a Nazi or communist is ‎outrageous.”

UNKNOWN FEMALE: “I was told that by another student who said the topic in that class was supposedly world leaders shunning other groups out.”

UNKNOWN MALE: “I said, ‘Is this part of the curriculum?’”

ORMAN: “Fox 45 contacted Baltimore ‎County Schools right after we were sent ‎this picture. In a statement they say ‎this slide was used as part of a lesson ‎in an AP History course. The topics being ‎discussed included World Wars and the ‎attempts by some leaders to limit, or ‎prevent migration, into certain countries. ‎In isolation and out of context with the ‎lesson, the image could be misunderstood. ‎In our Advanced Placement (AP) classes, ‎which are college level courses, we ‎expect and encourage analysis and ‎discussion around historical and current ‎events even if they are considered ‎controversial. This lesson was not ‎intended to make a political statement. ‎If a student has concerns when ‎discussing a controversial issue schools ‎have the tools to address the concern ‎and support the student.”

KACH: “Is this ‎curriculum for AP? ‎Is it a purchased curriculum? Is it one ‎that our school system wrote? You know, where ‎is it coming from?”

ORMAN: “Baltimore County ‎Councilman Wade Kach represents ‎District 3 where Loch Raven High School ‎is located.”

KACH: “I just think that it’s ‎irresponsible to post anything like this ‎in a classroom.”

VATZ: “High schools are not ‎supposed to take advocacy positions ‎against presidents. We’re supposed to ‎explain how political advocacy works if ‎that’s what they’re doing, but they’re ‎certainly not to take a position that ‎the president is comparable to these ‎awful leaders of the past.”

ORMAN: “Dr. Richard Vatz teaches political persuasion at ‎Towson University.”

ORMAN: “Is this appropriate ‎for an advanced placement college type ‎level of course?”

VATZ: “Absolutely. If, if the ‎context is acceptable.”

ORMAN: “But Vatz ‎questions the explanation given from ‎County Schools about the context of the ‎image.”

VATZ: “If they’re not presenting that as clear, outrageous argument against the president of the United States, then they’re not doing their job. It’s really contemptible. I mean, I — I — I — but I want to say it’s conceivable that the teachers are doing a better job than has been communicated to you.”

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ORMAN: “We did ‎ask County schools about whether this ‎was part of the curriculum. We were told ‎that the teacher did not create that ‎slide. We are still waiting to hear back ‎from them about where it came from and ‎whether it was part of the curriculum. ‎Reporting live Shelley Orman Fox 45 News.” donald trump nazi

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss is a freelance journalist focusing on the conservative movement and its political agenda. He has been writing conservatively charged articles for several years in the upstate New York area, and his writings have appeared in the Daily Caller, American Thinker, FoxNews.com, Big Government, the Times Union, and the Troy Record. He is also Editor of one of the top conservative blogs of 2012, the Mental Recession.

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