Several angry CT parents took their children out of school this week when they learned Ivanka Trump was making a surprise visit, local media reported. Some are saying they deserved to have been told ahead of time and given the opportunity to not allow their children to attend school that day.
Trump has been reportedly pushing for more career education in schools nationwide: "To see the passion and enthusiasm for bringing real life skills into a classroom environment but then coupling it with real life experience through internship creates this really lovely virtuous angle", she said.
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty also joined Trump at the school.
Some parents were upset when Ivanka Trump made an unannounced visit to a CT high school.
"This should have been brought to our attention, although I do understand security reasons", says parent Karey Fitzgerald, of Norwalk. The parents claim that they would have wanted to keep their children home from school to protest against Donald Trump.
The visit was stayed silent because of security worries, as per New Jersey's News 12, which announced that guardians who contradicted the president's perspectives were vexed that they didn't think about the visit.
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Not all parents were opposed to the visit. Daughter was scheduled to meet with students at Norwalk Early College Academy on Norwalk, Connecticut on Monday.
"To see the passion and enthusiasm for bringing real life experienced through internship creates this really lovely virtuous angle", she said.
Ivanka has taken a far more hands-on role than any other first daughter in modern history, trying to use her position in the White House to do as much good as she can. "Thank you Ivanka", she wrote.
One parent thanked Trump.
"My son Nicolas Guzman is a NECA student and you talked to him today and he's so excited about it".