Libs Of TikTok Founder Vows To Revitalize Oklahoma Schools

In a decisive step toward educational reform, Chaya Raichik, the founder of the widely followed social media account Libs of TikTok, has been appointed to the Oklahoma State Department of Education’s Library Media Advisory Committee. The move by Oklahoma State Superintendent of Public Instruction Ryan Walters underscores a vigorous effort to confront and rectify the issues plaguing today’s educational system.

Walters recently expressed his pride in having Raichik join the team. He highlighted her pivotal role in exposing the disturbing trends in educational institutions, explicitly pointing out the “lowering standards, porn in schools, and pushing woke indoctrination on our kids.” Raichik’s appointment is seen as a crucial step in Oklahoma’s mission to make schools safer and more parent-friendly.

The significance of Raichik’s appointment cannot be overstated. As the creator of Libs of TikTok, Raichik has garnered substantial attention for revealing the concerning elements within the education system, including the presence of inappropriate explicit material. Her dedication to these issues is evident in her response to the appointment on X, formerly known as Twitter, where she firmly declared, “WE WILL GET PORN OUT OF SCHOOLS!”

The Oklahoma State Department of Education clearly states that the Library Media Advisory Committee is a volunteer board appointed by the superintendent. It consists of parents, librarians, and English literature teachers. The committee’s main objective, as outlined in the Oklahoma Administrative Code, is to remove inappropriate content from public schools in Oklahoma. Given her track record and public stance on these critical issues, Raichik’s role in this committee is expected to be influential.

As a staunch advocate for the revival of traditional educational values, Walters has also supported a bill requiring public schools to display the Ten Commandments in each classroom.

Walters’ decision to appoint Raichik comes after his calls to eliminate “woke” library standards from Oklahoma schools, guidelines developed by the American Library Association. The Oklahoma State Board of Education voted last year to require schools to inform parents about their child’s gender identity or pronouns and to ban inappropriate material from school libraries, policies proposed by Walters himself.