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May 3 2021

Two school board candidates who opposed critical race theory were elected by 70% of the vote; FOX News contributor reacts on 'Special Report.'

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This Week in Campus Insanity Vol. 44


6. Penn State Nixes Labels Such As ‘Freshman,' ‘Junior,' and ‘Senior,' Citing Lack of Gender Inclusivity | Daily Wire

Faculty at Pennsylvania State University approved an "inclusive language" measure to remove gendered words from university documents. Penn State "has grown out of a typically male-centered world," according to a faculty resolution, which said terms like "freshman" are "parallel to Western male father-son naming conventions."

5. LSU Names New President Who Has Long History of Critical Race Theory Publications | Campus Reform

Dr. William F. Tate IV is set to take the helm of Louisiana State University in July. The former provost of the University of South Carolina wrote articles promoting critical race theory—the idea that America is inherently racist—in the 90s. Tate attributes educational achievement disparities to "institutional and structural racism" and claimed that "students of color are more segregated than ever before."

4. Student Government Resolution Targets Christian Charity That Urges Pregnant Women to Choose Life | The College Fix

Colorado State University's student government proposed a resolution that would ban the Alpha Center—a pro-life nonprofit that provides free pregnancy testing and ultrasounds to women—from advertising services on campus. One student senator compared the organization's work to "oppression and colonization" in a meeting discussing the measure.:snip:

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43 minutes ago, Geee said:


Wisconsin teacher placed on leave after video appears to show tirade against maskless student

This being a very small town, by this time Everyone knows who she is. I suspect she'll be moving on soon. If I'm any judge of Small Towns.

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Columbia Prep students and parents reel after class on ‘porn literacy’

Parents at the posh Columbia Grammar & Preparatory School are outraged they were never told of a fourth “R” being added to the curriculum: raunch.

In addition to the usual reading, ‘riting and ‘rithmetic, the school this month launched lessons on porn — without informing families or allowing them to opt out, parents fumed.

When juniors at the $47,000-a-year Manhattan school showed up for a health and sexuality workshop, most thought it was “just going to be about condoms or birth control,” a student told The Post.

Instead, it was something called “Pornography Literacy: An intersectional focus on mainstream porn,” taught by Justine Ang Fonte, who’s the director of Health & Wellness at another elite prep school, Dalton.:snip:

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Ohio College Will Assign Diversity Scores to Faculty Applicants

A public university in Ohio could soon assign faculty applicants a diversity and inclusion score and dismiss candidates who fail to provide a diversity statement, according to emails obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

Bowling Green State University president Rodney Rogers announced to faculty in April that on May 1 the school would pilot a diversity and inclusion question for employee applicants over the next year. As part of the updated application process, job candidates will be docked points for failing to share personal experiences with diversity and inclusion, or "not addressing their own positionality" as it relates to diversity and inclusion.

American colleges and universities have in recent years asked prospective hires to include diversity and inclusion statements in their applications. Such questions are mainstays of the hiring process in the University of California system and elsewhere. Critics have likened the practice to McCarthyism and argue that public, government-funded institutions requiring its faculty to make such statements constitutes compelled speech.:snip:


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Virginia County’s ‘Diverse Book Collection’ Spotlights Radical Agenda Coming to K-12 Schools

A Virginia school district has become an epicenter of the debates occurring over critical race theory and other, similar curriculums coming to K-12 classrooms around the country.

In 2020, Loudoun County Public Schools adopted a plan to double down on bringing so-called culturally responsive teaching to the classroom.

It’s notable that the administration of Loudoun County Public Schools has not only aggressively promoted critical race theory, it essentially threatened teachers and staff against criticizing the program in any way, on campus or off.

The message it sent to staff was, basically, that the First Amendment is fine and all, but accept the “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” plan—or else.:snip:

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Maryland School District Indoctrinates Students Into Believing MAGA Is ‘Covert White Supremacy’

In yet another example demonstrating why parents must be diligent about knowing what schools are teaching their children, Maryland’s largest school district reportedly included a curriculum in its classes teaching kids that conservatives are white supremacists. According to watchdog group Judicial Watch, documents show that the material used by educators labeled phrases like “Make America Great Again,” as an example of white supremacy.:snip:

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Dalton parents enraged over ‘masturbation’ videos for first graders

Last fall, parents at the posh $55,000-per-year Dalton School got wind of their first-graders being taught sex-education lessons that included masturbation.

They complained to school administrators, but were told they had simply “misinterpreted” what Dalton’s now-notorious “health and wellness” educator Justine Ang Fonte — who last month led a controversial and explicit “porn literacy” workshop at another elite prep school — was teaching.

But after The Post’s exposé last week on the porn class, Dalton parents “bombarded” the school with more complaints about Fonte’s curriculum, sources told The Post.:snip:

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Mom fights anti-White training in daughter’s kindergarten class: ‘They reduce everything down’ to skin color

Rhode Island mother Nicole Solas is taking action against her daughter’s school district for refusing to share information on race theory-based curriculum.

Solas joined "Tucker Carlson Tonight" on Thursday to express her frustration with district management, and shared that school guidelines bar teachers from calling their students "boys and girls" and rethinks the American foundations of Thanksgiving.

After Solas’ inquiry on curriculum via public records request through the Access to Public Records Act, a member of the school board accused her of being "racist" during a public hearing.:snip:

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Albemarle County, Virginia Activists Petition to Force Radical Race and Gender Curricula on Children


Parents, teachers, and officials in Albemarle County, Virginia, are circulating a radical petition calling for the board of Albemarle County Public Schools (ACPS) to bar parents from opting their children out of courses promoting Critical Race Theory (CRT) and gender theory, arguing that allowing such an option would be at the “exclusion to families of color and to LGBTQIA+ students and families.”:snip:

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10th Graders Told George Floyd Was Born With 'Two Strikes,' Asked to Describe How Systemic Racism Victimized Him


George Floyd is everywhere.


The man’s name has echoed all over the world.

It’s been chanted by protestors.

It’s been hailed by world leaders.

Mr. Floyd’s been given his own Holocaust museum exhibit.


And now, he’s entered the realm of education.

George Floyd is history.

As such, he’ll be studied.

That takes us to Concord Carlisle High School in Massachusetts, and a story relayed by Parents Defending Education (all of the following relevant information is reported by PDE).

In a 10th grade U.S. history class, students were given an exercise with a structural racism flair.

Purportedly, they were asked to read a Washington Post piece about George’s life.

Per the write-up, he wasn’t given Three Strikes; when he exited his momma, he was already two-thirds of the way Out.:snip:

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