Parents Pull Kids From Class In Anger Over Ivanka Trump Visit

First Daughter Ivanka Trump’s surprise visit to a Connecticut high school on Monday was marred when some parents pulled their children out of school in protest. Trump and IBM CEO Ginny Rometty visited the Norwalk Early College Academy in Connecticut to meet with students and talk about the importance of STEM and computer science education. But parents were not happy about her visit, Let us see why??

First Daughter Ivanka Trump’s surprise visit to a Connecticut high school on Monday was marred when some parents pulled their children out of school in protest. Trump and IBM CEO Ginny Rometty visited the Norwalk Early College Academy in Connecticut to meet with students and talk about the importance of STEM and computer science education. But parents were not happy about her visit, Let us see why??

Ivanka Trump visited a school

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A few guardians in Connecticut pulled their kids out of class after the first daughter and counselor to the president Ivanka Trump made a surprise visit to a school in the state.

Encouraging students for studies in the Software engineering

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Reports express that Ivanka spoke with secondary school students at the Norwalk Early College Academy on 18th December. She was speaking to the students of a program at Norwalk High School which enables students to acquire a secondary school diploma and associate’s degree in software engineering.

Parents were not happy with her visit to school

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Reporters revealed saying that Ivanka’s visit was stayed silent because of security concerns. The news outlet additionally revealed that many guardians who later got to know about her visit and opposed the president’s perspectives were extremely disturbed that they were not informed.

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“This should have been brought to our attention, although I do understand security reasons,” parent Karey Fitzgerald told sources. “I think we should have had the choice to send our child to school or keep them home.” Click on the next page to read the responses of people to the incidence.