The National Education Association, (NEA) the country’s largest teachers union is about to prove that liberal lawmakers and pundits have been lying through their teeth to you.
While such mental midgets as Joy Reid and Sunny Hostin of The View insist that Critical Race Theory is not taught in schools, parents are rising all across the country as schools teach that every white person is evil and a racist.
Now, the NEA is promising to work to install CRT in every public school in America. CRT is a vile teaching plan that causes blacks to hate whites and whites to hate blacks. This would be taught in every school in the Old South had the KKK gotten the idea first.
There isn’t a better way to start a race war. It’s no coincidence that the same party that created the KKK is now trying to put CRT in every classroom in America. That is the Democrats of course.
The NEA has approved a plan to “publicize” critical race theory. They have also set up a team that will fight against those who resist.
New Business Item 39 also declares that the union opposes bans on critical race theory and the New York Times’ controversial 1619 Project. The NEA claims that one or both are being taught in half the schools in America.
I have a great idea. In the United States, the average cost of education for students is over $15k a year. Give that money to the parents in the form of a voucher that can only be used in enrolling their children into the public or private school of their choice.
That way if parents don’t want their children to be racists can send them to schools that focus on actual education.
Additionally, the resolution calls for the union to “join with Black Lives Matter at School and the Zinn Education Project to call for a rally this year on Oct. 14 — George Floyd’s birthday — as a national day of action to teach lessons about structural racism and oppression.”
The third paragraph pledges to accomplish the following:
“Publicly (through existing media) convey its support for the accurate and honest teaching of social studies topics, including truthful and age-appropriate accountings of unpleasant aspects of American history, such as slavery, and the oppression and discrimination of Indigenous, Black, Brown, and other peoples of color, as well as the continued impact this history has on our current society. The Association will further convey that in teaching these topics, it is reasonable and appropriate for curriculum to be informed by academic frameworks for understanding and interpreting the impact of the past on current society, including critical race theory.”