(National Sentinel) Left-wing Indoctrination: A new book reveals how liberal public school teachers are politicizing primary education and using their platforms to brainwash children to accept an anti-Trump, anti-Christian, anti-conservative agenda.

As reported by the Washington Free Beacon, the newly published book, The Corrupt Classroom, by Lance Izumi of the Pacific Research Institute argues convincingly that though supporters of school choice rely principally on poor performance to show how public schools are failing, there are a number of other equally important reasons to support the concept.

“Many parents, for example, are rightly concerned about the growing politicization of the classroom,” Izumi explains. “Far from being mere anecdotal incidents—and there are lot of those—political bias is becoming systemic in public school systems and has turned many public schools into indoctrination centers for progressive ideologies and causes.”

Liberals have long used public school textbooks and classrooms to push a far-Left agenda that includes gun control, the climate change hoax, and anti-capitalist ideology.

As noted further by the WFB:

For example, the United Educators of San Francisco, a teachers’ union, created an anti-Trump lesson plan and distributed it to 6,000 members. In the lesson plan, Trump was labeled a “racist and sexist man” and included only reports from left-wing sources such as Mother Jones. Teachers were instructed to tell students, “we will keep fighting” and “we must and will fight for justice against an unjust system and an unjust people.”

Only, what makes the system “unjust” is never explained. Also, the plan is to fill kids’ heads with innuendo and suspicion, not real facts and actual examples.


Izumi also cites the example of Yvette Felarca, a teacher at a middle school in Berkeley, Calif., who is the leader of By Any Means Necessary, which was described as a militant, radical group that uses violence to spread its message.

“Felarca reportedly shoved a man to the ground at a demonstration in Sacramento,” Izumi explains. “The brawl resulted in seven people being stabbed. Felarca told the Mercury News that the First Amendment should not protect speech with which she disagrees and that she labels ‘hate speech.'”

Izumi says that following these actions, parents were outraged and complained that her violent message should not have a place in the classroom. The book cites many more examples of how students were subjected to indoctrination in the classroom, including some who were asked to complete assignments with an anti-Trump bent or teachers who were very open about their liberal beliefs—including one who yelled “Die!” in front of students at a photo of President Trump.

“A public school might have decent test scores, but if parents feel their children are being politically indoctrinated, are at risk of being victimized by other students or teachers, are being shortchanged because of mismanagement by school officials, or are having their basic value system overturned, then parents and their children should have the right and the tools to exit the public school system for educational alternatives that better meet their needs and preferences,” Izumi said.

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