education

SUNY Makes ‘Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, And Social Justice’ Course Compulsory For Graduation

The State University of New York. (SUNY) is informing incoming freshmen at all 64 of its campuses that they will now be required to complete a “Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice” (DEISJ) course in order to graduate. One of the university’s political science professors described the addition of the course requirement saying, “This is nuts,” the professor added, “Unfortunately, SUNY responded to the mob.”

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A Moving Target…The Educational Tower of Babel – New Phrases and Definitions to Look Out for in 2023

I was at a Christmas Party last week talking to a woman whose husband was President of a local school board. She was telling us what a great job he was doing and how proud she was of him, which was nice. Then, she made this statement after finding out that I was working with a group in my county as a voice for parents regarding how their children are being educated. She said, “Oh, well, if you’re talking about CRT, it doesn’t exist in our schools. My husband has reviewed all the county textbooks, and it isn’t there. There may be the occasional teacher who teaches CRT, but it isn’t in our schools.”

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The World Economic Forum, SEL, Transhumanism, Collectivism, and Death of Spirituality

I remember the first time our education system abandoned academics. We were sitting around a big table in the Board Office. There were supervisors, principals, and the Superintendent. There were several subjects on the chopping block: cursive handwriting, teaching multiplication tables, and teaching grammar. One at a time, each of these disciplines was dismissed as “too hard, too restrictive, or irrelevant” by a central office staffer.

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Loudoun County Superintendent Who Lied About Rape Fired By School Board

On December 6, Loudoun County School Board members unanimously voted to fire superintendent Scott Ziegler, the subject of a special grand jury report that found he lied about a rape that was committed by a transgender student. Ziegler was fired without cause after the school board reviewed a 91-page report issued on December 5 by the special grand jury, which was comprised of randomly selected residents of the county. The report found that Ziegler displayed a “stunning lack of openness” regarding the rape.

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