#1 Are You Ready for “Social Justice” Schools?
08-12-2014, 02:42 AM
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Readin’, Writin’ and Social Justice Agitatin’
It’s back-to-school season across the country. But in an increasing number of districts, “back to school” doesn’t mean back to learning. Under the reign of social justice indoctrinators, academics are secondary to political agitation. Activism trumps achievement.
In Massachusetts, the John J. Duggan Middle School will open on August 25 with a new name and mission. It is now a “social justice magnet school.” As a hiring advertisement for teachers explained earlier this year, the emphasis will be on “helping students develop the necessary skills to analyze and synthesize information and to generate empathy by looking at multiple sides of important issues facing the world, be that hunger, water quality, racial barriers, child labor or imbalance of power.”
Concise writing, as you can see, is not on the social justice pedagogues’ agenda.
Oh, and forget about memorizing times tables or mastering the scientific method. The new principal says the school’s primary job is teaching “fairness.” Duggan Middle School’s junior lobbying factory is “serious about creating 21st century global citizens, and it begins with understanding who we are as members of each of those communities.”
The ultimate goal of these social justice prep schools: creating left-wing political advocates.
At the Crescent Heights Social Justice Magnet School in Los Angeles, children will work on "action projects" tied to the "United Nations Millennium Development Goals." Students will spend the academic year transforming into "agents of change." Yes, they will learn language arts. But basic reading and writing are only a focus of the magnet school, the founders explain, because "we want our students to recognize injustice in their world or the world at large and be able to fully express their outrage, their plan of attack, their progress in this endeavor."
In Chicago, Ground Zero for social justice brainwashing, the Social Justice High School (SOJO), follows a similar mission. Activist teachers openly foster identity politics and systematically undermine individualism. Their specialties: "struggle and sacrifice." SOJO's mission statement sounds like a pot-addled Oberlin College freshman's — er, freshperson's — Sociology 101 term paper:
"Through collective community power, we commit to a conscious effort to overcome the intended historical obstacles that have been designed to disempower and divide our communities."...
08-12-2014, 10:19 AM
Last edited by SVPete; 08-12-2014 at 08:46 PM.SVPete
Envy is Greed's bigger, more evil, twin.
Those who can, do.
Those who know, teach.
Ignorant incapables, regulate.
08-12-2014, 11:57 AM
When are people going to wake up?
How long does it take to indoctrinate a society and turn them into unthinking robots?
One, two, three? This has been going on since the 60's.Obama isn't the problem. The problem is an electorate that would vote a man like him into office.
08-12-2014, 12:37 PM
I thought that's what Union Theological Seminary was.
08-12-2014, 01:56 PM
so rather than prepare these students to become doctors, engineers, or provide them with any form of education to allow them to better themselves and their community, these new age schools are preparing the students to become rabble rousing pains in society's ass.The price of freedom is something the protected will never know.
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