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Current Issues: Irresponsibility & Indoctrination

Government schools (i.e., public schools) around the nation are doing irreparable harm to your children. Unfortunately, almost all aspects of public school curricula utilize programming with deceptively charming names and fancy terminology to not teach and nurture, but to indoctrinate and brainwash their target audience.

We've compiled a short list (under the 'Current Issues' menu tab) of what we believe to be the most concerning of these so-called teaching frameworks. Parents need to be made aware that, although each of these terms may sound perfectly reasonable on their face (who wouldn't love culturally responsive teaching, right?), there is a sinister agenda lurking just beneath the surface and we will demonstrate just how and why this is being done.

As if that were not bad enough, each of the issues explored here are based on dangerous rhetoric that is taught to both teachers and children (with both parties often being told to hide these teachings from parents) and are deliberately meant to overwhelm and confuse children into second-guessing their own feelings, values and identities.

For a more thorough overview of any one issue and its origins, please use the links under the 'Current Issues' menu tab to access individual topics.


The Subversive Timeline (or How We Got To This Point)

1923: Critical Theory Frankfurt School Marxism

1933: USA first generation of critical theorists.

1960: Civil rights changed the Marxist dialectic from class to race.

1966: Equality of Educational Opportunity establishes again achievement of black students is lower than whites.

1977: Critical legal studies.

1981: The terms culturally appropriate; culturally congruent, culturally responsive are introduced in education.

1984: Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST) seeds the field of Universal Design for Learning.

1985: Kimberle Crenshaw intersectionality in the law.

1992: Derrick Bell's Critical Race Theory.

1994: Collaborative Advancing Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL)

1995: Culturally Relevant Pedagogy coined by Gloria Ladson-Billings.

2000: Geneva Gay coins the term Culturally Responsive Teaching.

2009: Common core.

2015: Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).

2020: Covid pandemic forces universality of underlying teaching modalities via on screen learning.


The Foremost Scholar on the Critical Literature: James Lindsay



Deep-Dive by Subject

Critical Race Theory (CRT)

Critical Race Theory or Race Marxism is a progression of critical theory introduced in the 1920's as Frankfurt School Marxism. Read More

Culturally Responsive Teaching

Culturally Responsive Teaching is a instructional method where one is taught that diversity of perspective when it comes to learning ought be fostered and children's unique perspectives must be affirmed. As postulated they have their own ways of knowing. Read More

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) is an ideology of oppression. It posits that differences are all environmentally caused and if all were equally included in every realm then we'd all be equal in outcome; equity. The inclusion of diverse agents causes equity of outcome, is the underlying false claim. Read More

Equity-Focused Teaching

Equity Focused Teaching is a educational strategy aimed at reducing the difference between outcomes of a student body. This results in every student being dragged down to the lower common denominator.  Read More

Social Emotional Learning (SEL)

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is a teaching methodology that puts emotions as the focus of learning instead of logical axioms. So, instead of training mindfulness into the students they teach them self-centeredness. This harms their cooperative abilities. 

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Gender Ideology

Gender ideologies posit an individual person may choose not only its gender expression (display and presentation) but also its biological sex; and that biological sex exists on a spectrum, as opposed to a bi-model distribution. Read More

Comprehensive Sex Ed

Comprehensive Sex Ed (CSE) is an extensive degenerate approach to informing immature and innocent minds including exposure to an array of sexual preferences. Read More

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