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WILLIAMS: There's An Ideological Grooming Problem On America's Military Bases

Added 09-20-22 10:16:02am EST - “This is not education, it's ideological grooming.” - Dailycaller.com


Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Dailycaller.com: “WILLIAMS: There’s An Ideological Grooming Problem On America’s Military Bases”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Educators and administrators running K-12 education on America’s military bases are indoctrinating the children of military personnel in radical gender ideology, critical race theory and left-wing activism. In a new Claremont Institute investigative report, my colleague Scott Yenor and I document this latest evolution in America’s culture war.

This development at military-run schools tracks broader trends in American education. In recent months, Chris Rufo has exposed the rampant woke indoctrination occurring in our nation’s K-12 schools, with striking examples from Los Angeles, Portland and San Diego. In 2020, Rod Dreher wrote about the creeping woke rot at America’s oldest military academy.

In 2021, America witnessed the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Mark Milley, express to Congress a desire to know more about “white rage.” Until controversy led the Navy to change its reading list, it recommended that officers and sailors read the latest racialized pseudo-science from left-wing academics. (RELATED: SHEFFIELD: Americans Should Be Asking Themselves One Key Question Ahead Of November)

Through a whistleblower, the Claremont Institute obtained over 50 videos from a recent “Equity and Access” educational summit hosted under the U.S. Department of Defense Education Activity (“DoDEA”). The DoDEA runs 160 schools on military bases and educates 69,000 students across the globe.

We learned that educators at military bases are pushing radical gender ideology that seeks to unsettle and disrupt gender identity starting in kindergarten. A seventh-grade humanities teacher from a military base in Spain said that “Kids as young as 4 years old are already starting to develop a stable understanding of their gender identity. So elementary school is the perfect time because you can really show students the diversity of gender expression and gender activity.”


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