Flagged Curriculum (political activism, false facts, critical race theory, etc)

We're all Queer Ideology at Chadwick School (K-12 Private School)

Chadwick School is indoctrinating kids as young as 4th grade with the ideology that their gender identity exists along a spectrum and they can choose how they identify and their identity can change depending on how they feel. The school does not have a formal lesson plan in the fourth …

Indoctrination of distrust of police

Ridgecrest 8th grade teacher sends out the summer reading list to his class recommending "The Hate U Give", by Angie Thomas. The author recounts that this fictional book was inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement. It is not based on fact and focuses on negativity toward police, therefore, biasing …

Intermediate School promotes radical books on racism to parents

Miraleste Intermediate School promotes four radical books on racism on school website, including Critical Race Theory. These are found under the Parents Resources page. The page is called the Go To Reads on Race & Racism by Dr. Tyrone Howard.

Elementary school PTA tries to turn parents into BLM 'co-conspirators'

Using monthly PTA newsletter, Elementary School PTA pushes politically biased resources on parents during Black History Month. The newsletter is promoting Black Lives Matter, a pro-Marxist activist group. It provides "Resources for Co-Conspirators” weblink to 50+ other biased websites. It features a troubling cartoon by The New Yorker. It includes …

Elementary School PTA pushing activist materials on parents

Using the monthly PTA newsletter, Elementary School PTA emails parents politically biased book recommendations for adults and children during George Floyd riots. It also includes links to far left activist websites.

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