Connecticut Public School Assistant Principle Exposed For Pushing Democratic Agenda Barring Christian Conservative Teachers Being Hired

Connecticut Law section 46A-60B1 prohibits employers from denying employment, paying lower wages, or providing inferior working conditions to individuals of a specific race, colour, religion, age, sex, gender identity or expression, marital status, national origin, descent, history of mental or intellectual disability, learning disability, physical disability (including blindness), or veteran status.
Greenwich Public Schools announced on Wednesday that they would be conducting a 'full investigation' into Project Veritas 's exposure of Jeremy Boland, an assistant principal at Cos Cob Elementary School, who was shown in a video discriminating against applicants based on religion and political orientation, and urging teachers to encourage liberal ideas in their classrooms.

A Project Veritas undercover journalist received an email from Dr. Toni Jones, superintendent of schools, late last evening about a video that had gone viral with a current administrator from Cos Cob School.

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We will not make any public statements until after a full investigation. Please respect the investigation process during this time.
However, we do not support any notions that advocate for discriminatory hiring based on race, religion, gender, or age, and we want to make sure our entire community knows that our curriculum policies and procedures are strictly enforced by our board, the email finished.
A Project Veritas journalist recorded a discussion with Boland late Tuesday night, in which Boland admitted that he bars Catholic and conservative job applicants, and that he dislikes hiring older workers.

Asking their political leanings is off limits, and asking mine is off limits as well, Boland said. That's all there is to it:

" I might start including questions about transgender students, students who identify as non-binary in one of the questions. "

According to Boland, children do not have enough knowledge to make that decision [about gender identity] for themselves, so theoretically, he doesn’t think they should be allowed to choose their gender. In regards to that potential new hire, Boland snapped his fingers and said, 'You're out, you're done.'

Boland, who is seeking younger teachers, says she is unable to hire those who are older because she is not permitted to do so. 'I can’t tell them, 'I’m not interviewing you because you’re older,' ' she says. 'I just don’t interview them.'

There were 30 applicants for one position, Boland said, and he does not believe he interviewed anyone over the age of 30. "The older you get, the more set in your ways, the more conservative you become," he said.

'I'll never be able to change or fire that old-fashioned [teacher], so I'll focus on the next one I hire in order to make an impact,' Boland said.
Being raised Catholic is like being brainwashed—you can never change their mindset, according to Boland.

A person seeking a job should be concerned about Mr. Rotunda's attitude toward Catholics.

According to Connecticut Law section 46A-60B1, it is illegal for employers to "refuse to hire, employ, or fire an individual because of his or her race, colour, religious affiliation, age, sex, gender identity or expression, marital status, national origin, ancestry, previous or present mental disorder, intellectual disability, learning disability, physical disability, including but not limited to blindness, or veteran status."
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