Putting democrats in charge of education is a fool’s errand
Ever on the cutting edge of Arizona’s remote learning education system, as she bows to the not-inclined-to-work teacher’s unions, Kathy Hoffman, the state’s far left Superintendent of Public Instruction has a novel plan to ensure students are learning…how not to be racist. Training should begin in infancy. It promotes racial “equity and diversity” through an “anti-racist” program that advances the outrageous notion that white babies and toddlers are racist.
Caucasian self-flagellation has become expected. There is actually an article on HuffPost titled, “How white parents can talk to their kids about race,” which includes an age-by-age guide for white parents to address “racism and privilege” with their children. It states: “White parents can and should begin addressing issues of race and racism early, even before their children can speak.”
Race now takes precedent to learning. According to a bizarre study conducted by the Children‘s Community School in Pittsburgh, a preschool dedicated to “economic and racial justice,” by the age of five, white children are strongly biased in favor of whiteness, while black and Hispanic children showed no preference toward their own groups. Seriously.
Provided for Arizona teachers is an “equity and diversity” tool kit.
And though American students fall far behind other nations in basic skills, Kathy Hoffman has incorporated the exclusively inclusive Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. A focus on ethnicity rather than education is preposterous, in addition to ill-preparing our children to succeed in a global economy. All the more so after having lost a year of schooling due to the COVID virus and teacher’s refusals to teach, despite medical studies pointing to the fact that children are not virus transmitters.
This shocking televised news report on the abysmal failure of public education is definitely worth your time.
Arizona’s Superintendent of Public Instruction is the lowest salaried state education administrator in the United States, paid $85,000 compared to the national average of $174,000.
In democrat Kathy Hoffman’s case, she’s overpaid.