Listen to this survey of how racialist indoctrination is more and more a feature of public education.
The speaker refers to a very reasonable code of ethics which essentially forbids public school teachers from politicizing their classrooms. One might say that this would be an abuse of a teacher's intellectual freedom and First Amendment rights. But this would be wrong. K-12 education is governed by the states and their local school boards which are responsible for turning out educated young adults who are taught an approved curriculum. Public education is not the place for public servants to wield political influence. Younger minds are easily malleable and even when students are intellectually sophisticated, their performance can be easily manipulated by teachers who exercise much influence over the students' futures. If it is right to teach white privilege, why shouldn't teachers be intellectually free to teach that the Democrat party is nothing more than a guild for slavery, the KKK, Jim Crow laws and a welfare state to keep minorities sequestered in ghettos? Both are overstepping the role of a public primary-secondary educator. It is hard to be neutral in teaching history, civics, economics and English, but that is the job of good educators.Yours truly, Larry Greenberg
K-12 Code of Ethics