Teacher Fired from Elite Manhattan School for Criticizing ‘Indoctrinating’ Curriculum Says School’s Principal Privately Agrees With Him

(left) Paul Rossi, who accused Grace Church School of “indoctrination.” / (right) George P. Davison, the head of Grace Church School.

The head of an elite Manhattan school that booted a teacher for ripping its extremist “antiracism” policies was recorded admitting that it has been “demonizing white people,” according to audio released Tuesday.

“We’re demonizing kids, we’re demonizing white people for being born,’’ George Davison, principal of the private Grace Church School, was allegedly caught telling whistleblowing  teacher Paul Rossi on the tape.

“We are using language that makes them feel ‘less than’ — for nothing that they are personally responsible for,’’ the supposedly woke principal acknowledges, according to the audio released by Rossi.


“The fact is, I am agreeing with you that there has been a demonization that we need to get our hands around in a way in which people are doing this [understand],’’ Davison says.

Rossi, a math teacher, says he was booted from the school for the rest of the year for casting it as a leftist indoctrination site.

He fired off an email to Davison on Monday that was posted online accusing his boss of adopting progressive positions in public — while questioning them behind closed doors.

“While I cannot know for certain, I suspect that the reason you have not shared these concerns with the broader Grace community is because you know exactly what happens to people who do,” Rossi wrote. “It is what is happening to me right now.

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SOURCE: New York Post, Selim Algar