Schools continue to be revealed as having abandoned the teaching of math, reading, writing and science in favor of convincing young children that everything in their lives, families, culture and nation is about skin color and race.
Judicial Watch acquired documents – and showed them exclusively to FOX News – that show Maryland’s most populous county, Montgomery, is teaching children in schools that there is a “dual pandemic” consisting of COVID-19 and “systemic racism.”
Among the recommended materials is a leftist-indoctrination book by Ibram X. Kendi book called Antiracist Baby, which is suggested as “the perfect gift” for children “ages baby to age 3.”
The teaching of critical race theory (CRT) in schools, rather than actual knowledge in core subjects, has become a front line battle in the United States as leftists strive to control government, commerce, communication, education and private life. CRT involves deconstructing U.S. society and convincing white people from a young age that they are evil and wrong to be white.
“This material details how extremist race politics and CRT are being used to target children for political ends,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said in a statement on the documents. “Politics should immediately be removed from the curriculum of Montgomery County Schools. These CRT-laden teachings have no place in any American classroom.”
Talking to Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) principals in an Aug. 26, 2020 email, Associate Superintendent Janet Wilson announced that all schools teach a lesson before September 18, 2020 that would “provide students crisis facts about the dual pandemic (COVID-19 and systemic racism) that is occurring around the country and here in Montgomery County.”
A video for teachers about doing the lesson on Zoom even has instructions on how to make “students saving and sharing the chat for later” less likely.
“We are currently living through a dual pandemic with COVID-19 and the Systemic and Structural racism occurring worldwide,” the instructor coaches teachers to say. “A pandemic is defined by an outbreak of a disease that occurs over a wide geographic area and affects an exceptionally high proportion of the population. As you can see from this slide [featuring a Black Lives Matter protest poster], both are affecting lives of people in our community and around the world.”