Missouri AG will investigate school district that told kids they can pick their gender

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt

It turns out that turning your kids into gender-confused, weak-minded reverse racists in the earliest grades of school isn’t just a literal compulsion. It’s actually looking like a big-money industry.

A Missouri school district has been caught giving intrusive surveys to students about their political beliefs and affiliations as well as their “gender identities,” sexual orientation and mental health. The survey results are then used to sell twisted leftist “lesson plans” to the schools that let lazy teachers stay lazy and turn kids into ideological idiots who think white skin is evil and men should (and can!) have babies.

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt agreed on May 2 to look into the issue after being alerted by the Southeast Legal Foundation, retained by parents of students in the Webster Groves school district who are alarmed by the practice.

“We … have received similar allegations in districts across the state,” said a spokesman for the attorney general’s office in an email. “We … will take action wherever possible.”

The Southeast Legal Foundation outlined what’s going on in a 23-page letter to the state’s top lawyer: Webster Groves and other districts buy the surveys from education companies which then sell expensive lesson plans to remedy “problems” revealed by the surveys.

“They’re very lucrative contract,” said foundation lawyer Kimberly Herman.

How much money Webster Groves is paying Panorama, the survey firm, is not known yet. Another district, Springfield Public Schools, pays $60,000 a year, Herman said. Fairfax County Public Schools in Virginia pays the firm $2.4 million a year.

Panorama did not immediately respond to a request for comment from DailyMail.com, and neither did the Webster Groves School District.

Collection of this kind of information without parental consent is not allowed under federal and Missouri law.

Herman said that the new, intrusive curricula tend to edge out the traditional curriculum. It is easy to imagine, as teachers need to do very little. “What it really amounts to is racial programming,” she said. “Teaching kids as young as four years old [they] can pick their gender.”

“Schools need to get back to teaching math and how to read, not asking about gender identity or Planned Parenthood. These are conversations for parents to have with their children at an appropriate age. Schools shouldn’t be asking these questions in the first place. It is outrageous that they are doing it and not even telling parents,” Herman said.


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