Secret Dossier Was Kept On Parents By School Board Official

( An Arizona school board president has been accused of creating an online dossier that includes the personal information of parents who don’t think that teachers should be indoctrinating their children with “Critical Race Theory” content.

Jann-Michael Greenburg, the president of the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board, accidentally revealed his Google Drive document when he shared a link to the file in a screenshot that he sent to a parent as part of a heated discussion about what is being taught to children.

The file contained sections labeled “Anti Mask Lunatics” and “SUSD Wackos,” among several other categories.

The link Greenburg accidentally shared worked because the document was set to “public,” meaning that anybody who knows the link would see it. However, without that link, nobody was likely to find it – meaning Greenburg presumed it would be safe.

Within those categories were the names of parents including their Social Security numbers, divorce records, and even their financial information. The revelation that such personal information was being collected by a politically motivated, radical president of a school board quickly triggered a huge campaign for his resignation.

Greenburg has categorically denied that he has any involvement with the dossier, despite the fact his computer was accessing the document when he sent the screenshot. He blamed his father, Mark Greenburg, with whom he shares a computer. The school board president has since promised an investigation by “forensic IT staff,” but it’s unclear what really needs to be investigated.

Personal information of parents was being kept on a school board president’s computer, which mocked and berated those parents for opposing mask mandates and the teaching of Critical Race Theory in schools.

We’ll update you on whether or not he ultimately does the right thing and steps down.