How Dare the Taliban Ban Only One Gender From Schools?? LA Is Banning Both

Children have until January to get vaccinated or they can't attend schools their parents pay for

Related: University of California: Teenage Boys More at Risk From Vaccines Than COVID

The Los Angeles public schools opened last month with some of the strictest coronavirus control measures in the country. Students and staff are required to wear masks inside and outside, participate in weekly virus testing, and obey social distancing protocols. District staff are also required to get the COVID-19 shot, and now all Los Angeles public school students ages 12 and over are forced to get the vaccine.

On Thursday, the Los Angeles school board voted to pass the student vaccine mandate, with one board member stating: “So I do not see this as your choice or my choice or about my great nieces and nephews and grandchildren or your children. I see this as a community necessity to protect the children under 12 who cannot be vaccinated.”

Los Angeles public school students have until the end of the calendar year to get fully vaccinated, unless they participate in extracurricular activities which requires full vaccination by October 31st. If they don’t comply, students will be pushed into a district-run online learning program. In 2015, California eliminated its religious vaccine exemption and now only recognizes medical exemptions for schoolchildren.

Some parents expressed outrage over the student vaccine mandate. Board Vice President Nick Melvoin told The New York Times that more than half of the emails he received when the student vaccine mandate was first proposed were from people who were against the mandate.

During the public comment section of Thursday’s school board meeting, Diana Guillen who is a parent of a local student and leads the District English Learner Advisory Committee, spoke out in opposition of the mandate: “This decision should be made by parents, not by you. We know if our children need the vaccine or not. It’s like you’re taking away our rights to care for our children,” she said. National polls show many parents are reluctant to vaccinate their children for COVID-19, and the majority of parents oppose school COVID-19 vaccine mandates for students.

In supporting the Los Angeles mandate, Melvoin said that a “medical and scientific consensus has emerged that the best way to protect everyone in our schools and communities is for all those who are eligible to get vaccinated.”

But there is not a “medical and scientific consensus” on the decision to vaccinate healthy children for COVID-19.

Last week, a scientific advisory panel in the UK warned against vaccinating children ages 12 to 15 with the COVID-19 shot. [And that is after the one guy who in a previous JCVI vote warned against vaccinating 16 and 17-year olds was purged. Mind you the UK government then started injecting children aged 12 to 15 despite JCVI’s opinion. (So much about being “guided by science.”)] The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) recommended the shot for children with certain underlying conditions, but suggested that the potential risks of the shot for healthy children outweigh the benefits of vaccination for this young cohort.

“There are uncertainties about the long-term implications of (myocarditis), and that makes the risk-benefit balance for these children really quite tight and much tighter than we would be comfortable to make the recommendation,” JCVI member Adam Finn told Reuters.

A new medical preprint analyzed data on the risk of a cardiac adverse event (CAE) in children who received the COVID-19 vaccine compared with children who were hospitalized due to natural infection with the virus. The researchers conclude that the vaccine risk is higher, especially for young boys. So The researchers state: “For boys 12-17 without medical comorbidities, the likelihood of post vaccination dose two CAE is 162.2 and 94.0/million respectively. This incidence exceeds their expected 120-day COVID-19 hospitalization rate at both moderate (August 21, 2021 rates) and high COVID-19 hospitalization incidence.”

Leading physicians, such as Jay Bhattacharya of Stanford University, say this paper’s findings show that from a public health perspective, “personal decision making” about COVID-19 vaccines for children is “better than universal vax.”

In the coming weeks, more school districts may follow Los Angeles’s lead in mandating student COVID-19 vaccines. Parents will have some tough choices to make, and some may decide to remove their children from their district for homeschooling and other private education options. Last year, public school enrollment fell an average of 3% nationwide, as parents removed their children from local schools or delayed school entry for young children. The US homeschooling rate doubled in 2020 to over five million students, or more than 11 percent of the overall school-age population.

There are signs that families are choosing to opt out of district schooling this year at record rates, and they have more education options available to them than ever before.

Los Angeles in particular, home to the second largest school district in the US, had the state’s largest public school enrollment drop in 2020, falling by 4.76%.

With new public school mandates that anger many parents, along with many more schooling alternatives sprouting by the day, school districts across the country could continue to see plummeting enrollment this academic year and beyond.

Source: FEE

  1. Cap960 says

    Land of the slaves home of the vaccinated! Chickens! Afraid of a running nose, headaches, sore throat, lost of appetite, muscle aches, dehydration. Feeling like rolling down a hill 24/7 for at least 16 days. 99.8% chance of recovery! Grow a pair!

    1. Eddy says

      Just watched a few YouTube videos of American youth being interviewed and asked random questions., Going by these videos and the answers these young people gave, it’s clear as crystal to me, America’s youth are being DUMBED DOWN by the American education system. Amazing to hear/see the interviewees had no idea which country the city of Nagasaki was in. It would seem to me, American parents would be doing their kids a massive favour, by taking them out of public schools, and home schooling them. Maybe even form some sort of Community school, where like minded parents can enrol their kids, AND have a say in how such schools are run, instead of allowing any Tom, Dick or Harry to make dictatorial rules against the kids and parents health and well being. Time to stand up American parents, do you have the ticker ?????????

      1. yuri says

        “nothing can thrive in amerika unless inflated by hyperbole and gilded with a fine coat of fraud. amerikans cannot think except by means of slogans–they identify garbage as quality. the stupidity and ignorance of amerikans has long been a topic of hilarity in Europe”. Paul Fussell ‘Bad: The dumbing of ameika’

        1. Raptar Driver says

          So the many Russians that are here fall under that category?

  2. Marshall Lentini says

    I doubt schooling in LA in 2021 is doing them much good anyhow.

    1. Eddy says

      Going by what I see and read, it’s not doing THEM any good at all. However, it does make things easier for local and Federal Government, if kids have no idea of how the country’s supposed to be run, and how the power system works in the U.S.

    2. yuri says

      among US states California ranks among the worst in performance—this in a nation where even Slovak students perform better than amerikans
      US teachers paid more than all nations excepting 3 European nations
      due to rejection of standards/testing US below all industrialized nations
      ‘The dumbest Generation’. mark Bauerlein
      ‘The Age of amerikan Unreason’ Susan Jacoby
      Hofstadter traces US anti-intellectualism to a combination of the cultural heritage received from the British combined with amerikan village culture

  3. ken says

    “So I do not see this as your choice or my choice or about my great nieces and nephews and grandchildren or your children. I see this as a community necessity to protect the children under 12 who cannot be vaccinated.”

    These are the clowns that will injure or kill your children.

    Pull your children out,,, no education is better than their indoctrination. Look at the results. After 12 years in skool the children can barely write, read or do simple math. We are told today that 2 + 2 = 5 or whatever the student would like. We are told Math, language,history, writing, and reading are racist to purposely dumb down the population even more…… if that’s possible.

    Any pay these scumballs receive no matter how little that call themselves public teachers is too much. Even the private skools are useless.

    The school boards have zero authority to dictate medical requirements and should be recalled but impossible in the US today as all elections are a joke….Anyone thinking their vote counts is delusional.

    If you allow them to do this to your children then you are as criminal as they are.

  4. Ilya G Poimandres says

    Just click on and look at their covid coverage. It’s sickeningly moronic. But then statists lov any statist policy.

    I rarely like following the communist rabbit hole, but the majority of lefties have gone pig crazy.

    1. Jerry Hood says

      Why do ypu call zionists a ” communists”??? They have there zio-nazis!!!

    2. yuri says

      “amerikan liberals want to preserve the essence of the past, UA conservatives want more progress; European radicals want to hasten the transformation of the future, European conservatives want to preserve the essence of the past”. Geoffrey Gorer

  5. Jerry Hood says

    Who gives a damn about these degenerated,soulless Western lardy zombies? Fu..k them, let them get vaxxed all! Chinese will replace these useless goyim!!!

  6. Jerry Hood says

    What schooling? When they are dumb as pipe/ tube!??? Math is racist, so, keep these goyim at home forever!!!

  7. yuri says

    baby sitters should be paid 1 peso per hour
    54% amerikans cannot read above 6th grade level
    69% univ grads not English proficient
    Asians 54%, blacks 33%–both improving
    whites/latinos, less and declining
    US Dept of Education

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