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1 hour ago, Geee said:

Oregon Education Department Promotes Course on ‘Dismantling Racism in Math’

Students showing their work, getting the right answer demonstrate 'white supremacy culture,' course claims:snip:

 

1 hour ago, Geee said:

NYC public school asks parents to ‘reflect’ on their ‘whiteness’

A city public school principal is asking parents to “reflect” on their “whiteness” — passing out literature that extols “white traitors’’ who “dismantle institutions,” education officials confirmed to The Post on Tuesday.

 

 

I'm sitting here waiting for The Backlash to happen. Because IF it doesn't happen, we as a nation are Well & Truly Screwed!

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This Week in Campus Insanity Vol. 32

Welcome back to Campus Insanity, a weekly roundup of the craziest developments at our nation's 4,000-plus institutions of higher education. 

6. Community College in Oregon Offers Free Tuition for Black and Native American Students Only | Campus Reform

Wayfinding Academy, a community college in Portland, Oregon, now offers free tuition—but only for black and Native American students. The school has no plan for how they will afford the move, but one spokesman said they will "figure it out."  

5. Harvard Cancels Course on Innovative Policing Tactics After Student Activists Complain | The College Fix

Harvard University buckled under pressure from anti-police student activists who demanded the school cancel a course on "Counter-Criminal Continuum" policing—a policing strategy intended to foster trust between the police and members of the community.  

4. Syracuse Claims ‘Identity-Based’ Student Housing is ‘Open to All’ | Campus Reform

In a list of "Campus Commitments," Syracuse University said it would create housing options for students based on their gender identity. The school will also create an "Indigenous Living Learning Community" for Native American students. :snip:

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Virginia poised to mandate 'cultural competency' evaluation, black history training for teachers

pair of bills that recently cleared the Virginia state legislature will mandate that all teachers in the state undergo "cultural competency" training, with history and social science teachers required to undertake additional training regarding African-American history. 

The bills, one in the state House of Delegates and one in the Senate, would add "cultural competency" evaluations to the standard slate of regular evaluations to which teachers in the commonwealth are subject and require "each teacher and any other school board employee holding a license issued by the [state Board of Education] to complete cultural competency training, in accordance with guidance issued by the Board, at least every two years.":snip:

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Guilting: Kindergarteners Forced to Recite “Acknowledgements” That They Occupy Stolen Land

As with language, kids learn all things best when they’re young — and hate-America-first propaganda is no exception. Thus is the daily indoctrination of American schoolchildren troubling, and brought to light last night is a striking example of it: kindergarteners being forced daily to recite “land acknowledgements,” which are admissions that they live on stolen land.

The outrage occurred in Renton, Washington, and was recorded by a shocked mother during online learning. “The struggle sessions went on endlessly,” reported Fox News commentator Tucker Carlson Friday night. “One went on for 17 minutes — all for the benefit of the Duwamish tribe, who didn’t in the end, of course, benefit; they got nothing” .:snip:

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Your Kids Would Be Better Off Feral Than Going To Schools That Make Them Anti-American Racists

To obtain or keep teaching licenses, Illinois now requires all K-12 teachers to indoctrinate their students in critical race theory, destructive lies about sex and gender, and other leftist mind poison. The rules clearly communicate that in Illinois public schools are no longer places to learn, but places children will be lied to, manipulated, and warehoused as wards of a corrupt and malevolent state. And this kind of schooling is spreading nationwide.

Every decent parent, family, and church should refuse to allow this kind of instruction to be inflicted upon the children in their care, and assume personal responsibility for securing their genuine education outside such anti-public schools. Those who do not are abdicating their sacred duty to teach their children to love and know the truth.:snip:

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@Geee

I just wonder if we are seeing  the end of The Long March Through The Institution that the Frankfort School talked about? Or are these stories only being published in the Right Wing/Unwoke Left Bubble?

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41 minutes ago, Valin said:

@Geee

I just wonder if we are seeing  the end of The Long March Through The Institution that the Frankfort School talked about? Or are these stories only being published in the Right Wing/Unwoke Left Bubble?

I'm hoping that parents are becoming more aware of some of the crazy things there kids are absorbing with the zoom schooling - but in some areas, maybe these crazy 'woke' parents don't object. :blink:

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7 minutes ago, Geee said:

I'm hoping that parents are becoming more aware of some of the crazy things there kids are absorbing with the zoom schooling - but in some areas, maybe these crazy 'woke' parents don't object. :blink:

There have been articles about how with the lock downs and kids learning from home, parents have had the chance to peek into the classroom and see what their children are being taught.

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This Week in Campus Insanity Vol. 33

 

Welcome back to Campus Insanity, a weekly roundup of the craziest developments at our nation's 4,000-plus institutions of higher education.

6. Cornell Charges Students $1,800 for Racially Segregated Rock-Climbing Class | Campus Reform

Cornell University offered a segregated rock-climbing class only for minority students. After Campus Reform requested comment, Cornell edited the original course description to say the class is "designed" so that black, indigenous, and other minority students who are "underrepresented in the sport" could "feel included and supported."

5. Boston University Law School Creates First Critical Race Theory Professorship in the Country | The College Fix

Boston University appointed Angela Onwuachi-Willig as the school's—and country's—first critical race theory professor. The antiracist scholar formerly served as dean of the university's law school.

4. Syracuse Students Want Major in ‘LGBTQ Studies' Despite Minimal Interest in the Minor | The College Fix:snip:

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You’ll never believe what made Bill Maher’s audience clap

The headlines were about the fact that, when Megyn Kelly appeared on Bill Maher’s HBO show on Friday, she complained about the way her children’s pricey private schools in New York were indoctrinating them with pro-transgender values and anti-white animus. Bill Maher to his credit, agreed with Kelly that matters are getting seriously out of hand, at least when it comes to the anti-white hatred that’s becoming the norm in education. Maher’s always been a bit of maverick, though. The real surprise was the enthusiasm his audience showed for that sentiment.

For conservatives, nothing that Kelly said about her children’s experiences in New York’s toniest private elementary schools came as a surprise. Kelly said that, while she and her husband identify as “center-right,” she was okay with the fact that the schools were on the left side of the political aisle. That changed, though, when “they went hard left, and then they started to take a really hard turn toward social justice stuff.”

One of the hot-button issues was the schools’ efforts to normalize transgenderism, a form of body dysphoria that’s recognized as a mental illness when the subject is anorexia, not sex. Kelly told Maher that, when one of her sons was in third grade – that is, 8 years old, the school “unleashed a three-week experimental trans-education program.”:snip:

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Ending advanced classes in public schools because the wrong races excel at them

:snip:Fourth, fifth, and sixth graders will not be accepted into advanced classes in Boston for the next year because a majority of students in those classes are white or Asian.

 

GBH News reported that the selective program, called Advanced Work Classes, will suspend enrollment in part because of the pandemic but also because of “concerns about equity.”

The school district analyzed the demographics of the program and found that “more than 70 percent of students enrolled in the program were white and Asian, even though nearly 80 percent of all Boston public school students are Hispanic and Black,” GBH reported.:snip:

 

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A Trojan Horse for Woke Education

The Educating for American Democracy project’s “action civics” is the latest in the Left’s efforts to “fundamentally transform the United States of America.” 

massive new national project called “Educating for American Democracy” will be launched on Tuesday with the explicit aim of “redefining” and then “harmonizing” American civic education nationwide.

From the days of Thomas Jefferson, Noah Webster, Horace Mann, and the McGuffey readers to Ronald Reagan’s farewell address and the controversy over national history standards, citizenship education (broadly understood) has always been a vital function of American schools for the perpetuation of the American way of life. That’s about to change for the worse.   

Educating for American Democracy (EAD) is a coalition of educators that aims “to transform teaching of civics and history to sustain our constitutional democracy and meet the needs of a diverse 21st century K-12 student body.” EAD in 2019 received start-up funding of $650,000 from the U.S. Department of Education and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). :snip:

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