We quickly understand the true purpose of the Marxist/Progressive is not to educate but to indoctrinate. The Marxist/Progressives have introduced legislation in Congress to expand access to preschool. This is from the Marxist/Progressive think tank, the Center for American Progress when they write “This has led some to question whether a new federal investment in early childhood education would be duplicative of existing programs. For many reasons, the answer to this question is a resounding no. Current investments are not sufficient to provide access to high-quality early learning programs for low-income children. Less than one-third of low-income children currently have access to publicly funded or publicly subsidized child care and preschool programs. While the Strong Start for America’s Children Act would improve access to high-quality programs if fully funded, it would still leave 60 percent of low-income children under age 5 without access to any public program.”
They are saying they want to be able to have access to all American children so they can begin their indoctrination at the earliest age possible. What should be analyzed is the state of American education. We have seen a steady decline since the early 1960’s. What we know has taken place since that time is the introduction of Federal Aid to the state and then local school districts. With this aid have come demands and controls. Then, under Carter, we found the Department of Education which was instituted. Along the way, self-proclaimed Marxist teachers unions become prominent and influential.
The question the American public must ask is not how to we grant more and more indoctrination of our children to a Marxist dominated public school system, but how do we rid ourselves of the Department of Education, Federal involvement of any kind in the educations system and how do we rid ourselves of teachers unions.
The federal government was not granted any authority over the education of America’s children. That responsibility rested with the states and the local education districts. When the states and local districts were in control, our public school system was second to none. Today we have to look far down a list to find our ranking. Even though we see less and less educating taking place under the current system, we see a very successful system of indoctrination that has been established; this is indoctrinating our children that the system of capitalism is evil and the system of Marxism is good.