A fourth-grade Utah student has won online after refusing to solve the online aggressive 'math problem, asking students to compare the girls' weight. Her answer on the worksheet is her refusal to resolve giving her reasons and a note to her teacher stating her concern is going viral.
Grant Elementary School Rhythm Pacheco in Murray was recently given a homework in which a question about girls' body weight made him uncomfortable because he felt it was too rude. The problem read, "The table on the right shows the weight of three Grade 4 students. How heavy is Isabel compared to the lightest student? "
The 10-year-old also went ahead and wrote a note to her teacher, explaining why she was unable to answer the question. "Dear Mrs. Shaw, I don't want to be rude, but I don't think the math problem was great because of people's weight. Also, the reason I didn't do the sentence is because I don't like it. Seems. Rhythm's teacher was so responsive and handled the situation with such care. She told that she understood how she would be upset about it and didn't write her answer. Is. "
People on social media praised the little girl as saying "she stands up for what she believed in", while some others cast out publishers who curated the assignments.
Naomi told Fox News about the homework question, "I was surprised ... I was surprised, honestly." Naomi said, "I think this is an irresponsible way of teaching mathematics to children."