Andrew Kaplan — The Failed Educator of Winnipeg

Andrew Kaplan — The Failed Educator of Winnipeg

THE DIRTY ARMY: This highly paid (80K per year) Winnipeg teacher, who is with a Jewish private high school (in Tuxedo) has been a failed educator ever since joining this school, a few years ago. To begin with, he only got this position, right after graduating from university, due to the influence that his mother’s family has within our community. Second, other than investing in education and important social projects, he has been spending most his time at school spreading pro-homosexual propaganda (he is openly gay). For example: he has been introducing young children to not age appropriate such magazines, and has been encouraging all students -repeatedly and strongly- to believe that ‘old style’ marriages should be abolished (even if they are raised otherwise by their parents). At one time, when traveling with students to a debating tournament overseas, he went out at night to a gay bar, and then slept in with the students having to wait for him at the airport. Needless to say, the school and parents still picked up the hotel and water bill. Also, in general, he is a teacher that both parents and students tend to find arrogant and rude. Not a role model, not as teacher or otherwise, to say the least!

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  1. Tony SopranoOctober 23, 2018 at 7:17 AM

    He was always kind of a come from behind guy.
    But let’s not have this conversation here.
    Let’s take it to the back.

  2. Berry Sherman (RIP)September 3, 2018 at 6:32 AM

    A small picture for a small man.

  3. Tiny peckerAugust 31, 2018 at 7:36 PM

    A friend of a friend told me that he models his classroom lessons after the bum sex bandit lecture philosophical point of view.

  4. Sam KatzAugust 30, 2018 at 8:06 AM

    I am not homophobic, to say the least. I think that all know this by now (you could ask Russ Wyatt about it…).
    Yet, I agree with the criticism.
    Why should a teacher spend his days in school rubbing the nose of the young students with his strong beliefs regarding sexual orientation, otherwise a private matter?
    I am also not a believer, and I suspect that this too is known to all by now.
    Yet, to my opinion focusing instead on, say, bible studies, would have been a less controversial choice!

  5. Michael PetersonAugust 28, 2018 at 1:28 PM

    As the father of a former student, I can confirm it to be so very true.
    His picture on your site is, however, from quite sometime ago.

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