This is why my daughter’s mother and I make sure she stays out of LAUSD.
Indoctrination runs deep in public schools. When President Obama kicked the school year off with a speech that the
mindless robots teachers could use as a template for making sure the kiddies were infused with a 1969 mindset, we on the Right were accused of being paranoid. For the millionth time, Lightbringers, it’s not paranoia if it is actually happening.
The beautiful thing about being a small part of the anti-Obama noise is that I don’t have to engage in conspiracy theories. His faithful followers are so blinded by his presence that they have no fear of exposing themselves as ridiculous. All I need to do is quote them.
Homestead Strike Role Play
In a classroom simulation of the 1892 Homestead Strike, students learn about industrialization and the conflicts and common interests between native-born unionized craft workers and immigrant nonunion laborers. Students caucus in five worker groups and present various viewpoints on craft unionism, the strike, Carnegie’s plans to reorganize his steel mill, and the future of their jobs. The simulation culminates in a mass meeting of all the workers in which students debate and vote on whether to join the strike and the union. Following the simulation, students analyze the outcome of their experience (who won the strike vote and why) and determine issues they want to learn more about and take action on to meet their needs. Some examples: identify union vs. non-union employers in our local economy, interview union members about the causes and impact of the strike in their community, research and disseminate information about workers’ rights today.
Progressive Democrats want to indoctrinate children because they know that their commie bulls**t doesn’t fly with adults who have any experience with the real world. They may have the teachers on their side but we are still the parents.