Watch: Educators caught explaining how they push CRT on kids, hide it from their parents
Parents, I am once again reminding you all to be unceasingly vigilant about what your children are being taught in schools. These educators are literally adopting Marxist techniques to keep the curriculum hidden. Even in deep red states.
Accuracy in Media [AIM], a group dedicated to investigative journalism and citizen action, recently uncovered hidden Critical Race Theory at several Indiana schools. In a hidden camera interview, Plainfield assistant superintendent Laura Delvecchio explained the district "stays under the radar" and wants to keep it that way when it comes to "Social Emotional Learning," a term which has become somewhat of a trojan horse for Critical Race Theory.
\u201cBREAKING: CRT Exposed in Indiana\n\nIndiana school administrators confessed to using different language to 'fly under the radar' to continue teaching their ideology to children.\n\nWatch: https://t.co/x81MGSvzuT\u201d— Accuracy In Media (@Accuracy In Media) 1681414907
Brian Sheppard, assistant superintendent of Elkhart schools, told AIM's investigators parents are starting to catch on, explaining they have to "avoid the words" and "labels" to incorporate Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion without parents' knowledge.
Sheppard explained, "[Social Emotional Learning] has become a bad phrase and we don’t openly use that phrase but we’re still doing it, so. I mean, just to avoid anything, I mean, we have not really been hit with it, but just to even avoid it.” So even the trojan horse for CRT has adopted a bad reputation.
Tracey Noe, assistant superintendent of curriculum, instruction, and assessment at Goshen Community Schools, said they changed the name of the equity and inclusion committee, opting to simply call it a "work group" - even though it serves the exact same purpose.
Jenny Oakley, director of e-learning and literacy at Martinsville Schools Metropolitan School District, told AIM she preps textbook presenters and tells them to steer clear of certain topics to avoid raising a "red flag within the community". And Fairfield Community Schools assistant superintendent Monica Kegerrei revealed several teachers use the education curriculum service Newsela, but are wary of saying the principles of the platform out loud. Newsela has connections to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the 1619 Project, and left-wing historian Howard Zinn, author of "A People's History of the United States," an extreme left-wing account of US history. ( Side note: I actually had to read Zinn's book in high school. Even my friends the farthest to the left thought it went too far.)
So parents...look out. Read your kid's syllabi, homework assignments, textbooks. Talk to their teachers. Or homeschool if you can. These people are really, really out for your kids.
Lily is a Zoomer college dropout who somehow landed a writing gig here at LwC.com. In her spare time, she enjoys going for runs, touching grass, and occasionally tweeting tweets for fellow tweeters.
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