The question every parent in the United States must ask is do I want my child to be educated to think or indoctrinated to conform.
The question many parents are asking in many states and communities today is when will our public schools open for in person school. I would suggest, if the parents are concerned about their children being educated, that is that the child is taught to read, to write, to understand math, to be taught actual history, and most importantly to think and reason, they should be asking where can I have my children educated. What we know is that the public schools are no longer institutions of education but have become centers for indoctrinating collectivism (Marxism, communism, socialism, progressive, Democrat, - all virtually the same).
What we know is that public schools no longer have education as their purpose. Public schools today have been transformed to be institutions of indoctrinating all children that individualism, the ideals upon which our nation was founded, are evil and that collectivism is proper. This transformation to indoctrination centers began in earnest when the federal government became involved in granting federal aid to schools in the 1960’s. As is typical, the federal government placed more and more demands on school districts to receive the aid.
If you as a parent are concerned about your child’s education, and do not view school as a babysitter and provider of breakfast and lunch, you will find an alternative. The fewer American children that attend public schools and use an alternative so they can actually be educated, that is they learn to think, the quicker the United States will again become a nation based on individual liberty and freedom.
Many parents claim their children are attending the finest public schools in their community. The fact is that in the United States today, there is no public school who has education as their purpose. Every public school has as their purpose to indoctrinate. That is a requirement placed on public schools by the federal government, most state governments, most local school boards, and every Teachers Union. Yes, some individual teachers do not agree with the indoctrination agenda, but the curriculum they are forced to teach conforms to the indoctrination curriculum.
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