Tiffany Polifko is a former public and private school special education teacher, having served for over 20 years. Polifko currently serves as a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst [1, 4, 5, 8].
Polifko got involved with the Loudoun County School Board in March 2021 when she became concerned about what her middle-school son was being taught after he was given an English assignment related to critical race theory .
Polifko does not support socio-political ideology in students’ school curriculum .
Polifko wants to reduce the amount of responsibilities of teachers, and she believes that teachers are currently being burdened, forcing them to leave their teaching positions .
Polifko wants parents to have a large say in their children’s education. Polifko wants to focus on student literacy, especially because of losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic [1, 4]
Polifko wants to fund teacher pay rather than new resources and institutions. Polifko also wants to increase teacher training .
Polifko does not support policy 8040, a policy that has teachers refer to students by their preferred names and pronouns without consulting parents .
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