Are Public Schools ‘Birth Profiling’ Your Kids?

There is no doubt that the socialist led public school system in America has been steadily invading more our privacy than ever before and most of it is none of their business.

It’s common knowledge that many schools throughout the land monitor the social media pages of their students. There have been a number of times where schools have disciplined students for things they have done on their own time away from school that has nothing to do with school. This is evidence of the socialist mantra that the government, of which the public schools are a part of, believe that your kids belong to them and not to you.

Many public schools have aligned themselves with Planned Parenthood which totally subverts parental authority. They teach our kids that sex outside of marriage and at ages as young as 10 to 12 years of age is okay as long as the take precautions to prevent catching diseases. Part of that teaching is instructing them they don’t have to tell their parents what they are doing. They will also hand out contraception such as condoms to your kids without your knowledge or permission. Planned Parenthood even helps young minor aged girls to get an abortion without informing the parents or obtaining their permission by using loopholes in the laws.

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Now it seems some schools might be using some form of what I refer to as ‘birth profiling’ of your kids.

Cara Paiuk’s son Aiven will be attending kindergarten this fall at Aiken Elementary School in West Hartford, Connecticut. When she went to enroll him, she was taken aback by some of the information the enrollment form was asking of her about the birth history of her son. They wanted to know if there were any pregnancy problems, whether the birth was vaginal or Cesarean, were there any problems at the time of birth or in the first week afterwards and if the child came home from the hospital at the same the mom did.

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Paiuk told the media of her response when she saw the birth history question on the enrollment form that her son was holding:

“I ripped it out of his hands and said, ‘You can’t answer that, it’s none of their business, This is kindergarten, and they want to know about my vagina! I don’t understand — there’s no correlation between the two for me.”

When she contacted the school about the question, they told her that they needed to know things like if the umbilical cord was wrapped around the baby’s neck during birth or if there was an emergency C-section in case any issues arose at the school. Pauik responded:

“I thought it was BS. Yes, birth trauma can result in developmental delays or disability, but that can happen through vaginal birth or a C-section. And if there are delays or disabilities, shouldn’t that be diagnosed by a doctor, not an administrator? Wouldn’t it be crazy if I thought something was wrong with your child and went back and looked at a form and said ‘Oh, it’s because she had a C-section’?”

The school’s outside medical advisor told Paiuk that the form had been in use for at least 20 years and they never had a complaint until now. That didn’t appease her as she told the media:

“Let’s say it was added 30 years ago, there weren’t that many C-sections then, so maybe it might have been indicative of a birth trauma. You might have been able to justify the question 30 years ago. But now there’s such a higher rate of C-sections that it’s not immediately indicative of birth trauma or developmental delay. The fact that this has continued for all these years just tells me that people are blindly filling out forms these days.”

I believe Paiuk hit the nail on the head that people have been blindly filling out the form for years not realizing just how much personal information they are giving the schools who really don’t have any right to know. The more the schools and government know about you, your kids and your personal lives, the easier it is for them to manipulate you and your kids into accepting their socialistic ideology.

With all of the wacko psychologists working with the public schools, it wouldn’t surprise me if they weren’t compiling that birth history data and using it to do ‘birth profiles’ on kids, trying to link not only learning related issues to their births but other issues as well. It’s ironic that law enforcement is not allowed to use any form of racial profiling but schools will be allowed to use birth profiling with our kids.

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