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If you are wondering why younger generations are advocating socialism, abandoning religion, believing in multiple genders, look no further than the indoctrination coming your public school – perhaps it’s time for alternatives.

A progressive agenda for a universal mind set

As you will see by the evidence presented here, public schools are very against competition from homeschooling and private schools. While your first inclination might believe this comes from a place of wanting the best education for students, by their own words, you will be shown that liberal educators have a different agenda.

Their objection to private schools and homeschooling comes purely from a place of not wanting young people to receive an education that does not indoctrinate them to the belief system that these institutions are trying to make universal. You’ll even be shocked to learn that educators consider parents “dangerous” because of the ideas a parent may instill in a child that does not match the agenda.

Recent teacher and school statements, actions unveils agenda

In their own words, teachers and unions unveil their agenda in plain sight.

A twitter feed made headlines this week as teachers openly called parents “dangerous” and worried that parents might realize they were trying to brainwash their children. After this was widely publicized, the twitter thread was set to private. What follows is some of what was captured before it became unavailable.

Matthew R. Kay, an educator and author of a book on “how to lead meaningful race conversations in the classroom,” worried that “conservative parents” would be able to interfere with the “messy work” of indoctrinating children into critical race theory, gender theory, and other left-wing dogmas, the Daily Wire reported.

“While conversation about race are in my wheelhouse, and remain a concern in this no-walls environment — I am most intrigued by the damage that “helicopter/snowplow” parents can do in the host conversations about gender/sexuality,” Kay wrote.

“And while “conservative” parents are my chief concern — I know that the damage can come from the left too. If we are engaged in the messy work of destabilizing a kid’s racism or homophobia or transphobia — how much do we want their classmates’ parents piling on?”

The takeaways from this are that these educators want to convince your child that multiple genders exist and they don’t want parents in the way or involved in the conversation.

The Daily Wire reported that there were many teachers who appropriately responded critically of case comments, but there were also many teachers who agreed with them.

One teacher plan to present and discuss these ideas with students via a survey, but worried that “caregivers” might see them and learn something they weren’t supposed to know.

Another teacher said some of her exercises in this realm had been stunted because “outsiders” are “listening” – outsiders meaning parents.

Yet another teacher expressed a desire to share “information” with students in a “parentless way.”

A science teacher who agreed with all sentiments said: “Parents are dangerous.”

This is how educators view parents. Parents are now seen as dangerous and are expected to simply be financial support agents of living beings and they should otherwise stay out of the way when it comes to instilling such offspring with a worldview.

Example of how unions control schools

A prime example of how educators want to control and indoctrinate the minds of the future can be found inner joint statement released in early July 2020 by the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and also the San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD).

The United Teachers Union of Los Angeles, the largest in California, tried to strong-arm reopening schools not based on what the data says as learned from school openings in various parts of the world amid the coronavirus pandemic, but to leverage their political agenda by requesting a number of non-related demands.

The demands of the United teachers Los Angeles union include implementing a moratorium on private schools, defunding the police, increasing taxes on the wealthy, implementing Medicare for all, and passing the HEROES Act, which allocated and additional $116 billion in federal education funding to the states, KUSI San Diego reports.

Let’s break this down… Why would you stop private schools? The obvious answer is to ensure you have no competition. To ensure that children must be educated following your doctrine alone.

The rest of their demands are the liberal’s wish list and have nothing to do with education. In fact, the only demand of the union makes is for federal education funding.

Is it time for all churches to start schools?

One possible remedy to this dilemma, especially for families with two working parents where homeschooling would be difficult, if not impossible, might be to send their children to church-run schools.

A wise statement comes from Professor of theology Voddie Baucham: “If we send our kids to be educated by Caesar, we have no right to be surprised if they act like Romans.”

According to one estimate, nearly 90 percent of children raised in Christian homes been 30 to 35 hours a week in public schools that are typically operated by people who do not espouse a biblical worldview, according to the Family Research Council (FRC).

This continues for 12 years. Then, for those that go on to higher education, they may receive an even stronger liberal indoctrination. Increasingly, college campuses are becoming hostile to conservative views and conservative speakers.

Joseph Backholm, writing for the FRC, recently wrote an article titled “Why every church should start a Christian school.” Backholm said it will be necessary for two things to happen before that can occur and we need to get to work. First, Backholm says, state legislators will need to pass or expand school choice laws.

We already see that teachers unions are fighting hard to create laws to prevent competition, by way of creating a moratorium on private schools. Backholm says, secondly, new schools need to be started by churches, and that these schools need to provide real, quality alternatives for Christian families.