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Ivanka Trump surprise visit to Connecticut school prompts some parents to pull children from class

Ivanka Trump surprise visit to Connecticut school prompts some parents to pull children from class

Ivanka Trump is back, after several international visits, the first daughter decided to visit American school. Such her surprise visit ’s surprise unannounced visit to a school in Connecticut has prompted some parents to pull their children from class, Independent reported.

The daughter of the US President addressed secondary school students at the Norwalk Early College Academy about the importance of education in the sciences, technology, mathematics, and engineering. Visiting the schools and showing the strong support to the health and education is one of the most common public duties for both Melania Trump and Ivanka Kushner.

Ivanka Trump Kushner, who serves as an unpaid advisor to President Trump, said:

“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 beautiful virtuous angle”.

The former businesswoman and fashion advisor Ivanka trump drew attention to the event on Twitter. She wrote:

“Great visit to Norwalk Early College Academy today with @IBMCEO @GinniRometty.

“PTECH schools equip high school students with skills training in #STEM & Computer Science, enabling them to thrive in our modern economy. It was an honour to meet so many bright and talented students!”

Despite Ivanka’s good intentions, she provoked fierce criticism from those parents who disagree with President’s views. They claimed they had received little information about first daughter’s visit, perhaps the result of concerns about security. Many parents expressed their upsetting over a surprise visit of President Trump’s daughter to Norwalk Early College Academy at Norwalk High School.

Monica Mercuri, an alumna of the academy, condemned Ms Trump’s trip to the school, tweeting:

“Hope the diversity of our students and our large immigrant population doesn’t scare her away!”