By Sara Dogan and Peter Collier
One of the most dangerous developments of the last few decades has been the subversion of our universities by radicals who in the 1960s first tried to burn them down and then, after this strategy of destruction failed, decided to get on the tenure track to take them over. Their generational long march succeeded, possibly beyond their wildest expectations. With the exception of a few rear guard actions by conservative students, American higher education is now an indoctrination center for cultural Marxism, identity racism, and other anti-American ideas.
But the left's demolition project is not yet complete. To make the victory complete, it must take over all of American education, including the students. This effort is now well advanced as Ed schools and the teacher unions as a base to extend their ideological campaigns into the K-12 system. Their shock troops include teachers, administrators and textbook publishers and feature "theorists" such as former Weatherman Bill Ayers of Early Childhood Education at the University of Illinois when his days as a terrorist had ended) who provide the manuals on "teaching for social justice" that target teacher training programs and ultimately children as early as kindergarten for radical indoctrination.
The effects of this systematic effort to radicalize K-12 education are being felt in school districts all over the country. No corner of the classroom is immune from indoctrination. Young students learning arithmetic are given thought problems involving homelessness and the percentage of "undocumented workers" subjected to heartless deportation proceedings. Social studies is now a race, gender, and climate changed-obsessed curriculum designed to frighten rather than educate. In the hands of leftist teachers, America is a nation of victims rather than a nation of immigrants.
Some concerned parents and educators appalled by this new regime have reported educational horror stories that should concern every citizen. The following give a sense of the scope and intensity of the onslaught our youngest and most vulnerable students face after the school bell has sounded.
Features 7 Chapters:
- Indoctrination on Race and "Social Justice"
- Indoctrination about Islam
- Indoctrination on Gender
- Anti Trump Indoctrination
- Combatting the assault on K-12 Schools
- Translating the Code into Action
- A Code of Ethics for K-12 Schools
Paperback booklet; 31 Pages
Peter Collier is the Vice-President of Programs and Co-founder of the David Horowitz Freedom Center
Sara Dogan is the National Campus Director for the David Horowitz Freedom Center. She has written numerous articles and reports about academic freedom, classroom indoctrination, and anti-Semitism on campus.