We recently learned that another video on the study.com website depicted the Jewish religion in an inaccurate and insensitive manner and was used by a local teacher. Study.com is an educational resource website that some teachers utilize for material. The fact that this type of content is available on a resource website and is not being properly vetted by teachers is unacceptable. In response to this incident, I authored a letter directly to study.com asking the company to do a review of its content for accuracy and appropriateness. I further requested that lessons dealing with religion be developed in a collaborative manner with input and expertise from members of the religion. Broad, inaccurate and insensitive generalizations should not be anywhere near a classroom. Until study.com engages in this type of review, I call on all New York School Districts to cease utilizing this resource. In addition, proper protocols must be installed by our districts to ensure accuracy and appropriateness of outside material.