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NJ union pushes teachers to log student vaccine info through progressive app


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The largest teachers union within the nation has instructed New Jersey educators to log student and father or mother vaccination data in a progressive marketing campaign app, in accordance to a report.

Teachers are enticed with present playing cards in return for logging particulars from conversations with college students and fogeys in Reach, a marketing campaign information app first developed for Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, according to Fox News.

Teachers log conversations about vaccines with dad and mom and college students within the app, permitting organizers to comply with up later to guide vaccination appointments or current pro-vaccine arguments to the hesitant.

“Look up the people you’ve talked to and mark down how your conversations went!” the coaching supplies, obtained by Fox News, stated. “Then add them to your Reach network and add their contact info so that you or Made To Save can follow up with them later and help them get vaccinated.”

The American Federation of Teachers and a pro-vaccine non-profit marketing campaign, Made to Save, created the coaching together with the NEA, in accordance to Fox News.

“This was a blatant effort to coerce, manipulate, and even track information on students and their parents,” Jennifer Mess, a drama trainer in Middletown, instructed Fox News. “Anyone involved in this type of deception has lost their morals and purpose of education along the way.”

The for-profit tech firm offers ground-game information providers to dozens of left-wing campaigns and organizations nationwide.

The largest teachers union in the country has instructed educators to log student and parent vaccination information in Reach, a campaign data app.
The largest teachers union within the nation has instructed educators to log student and father or mother vaccination data in Reach, a marketing campaign information app.

New Jersey State Sen. Holly Schepisi instructed Fox News that, whereas she helps vaccination, having teachers use a political canvassing device to affect “personal medical decisions” was unethical.

“To put our teachers in the untenable position of using their ‘trust and influence’ over children and their parents to persuade them to make personal medical decisions, and then encourage teachers through gift cards to input the names, addresses and vaccination status of these children and parents into a searchable political progressive database […] is an unconscionable breach of privacy and ethics, it is political canvassing using children’s data and it borders on criminal,” she stated.

A rep for Made to Save, the non-profit pro-vaccination marketing campaign, instructed Fox News that information “collected during our use of the REACH app will only be used for outreach efforts to follow up on conversations with individuals about the COVID-19 vaccines.”

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