8th Grade Social Studies Teacher Assigns Pro Illegal-Immigration Homework Assignment
It’s safe to say the federal education system in this country is becoming a resource for the left to indoctrinate our youth in their progressive ideologies. Long gone are the days of teaching children to think for themselves and fostering an environment in which children are given the tools to develop independent thought processes. Kids today are being fed a steady stream of liberal progressive propaganda that is literally ruining the minds that will shape tomorrow and the future of this country.
A prime example of just how the federal educational system is ruining young minds was evident in an 8th grade social studies assignment recently given to students at Shattuck Middle School in Wisconsin. This particular assignment dealt with immigration policy and how each part is “supposedly handling” the situation.
According to IJReview.com,
The homework, assigned by 8th grade Social Studies teacher Grace Davis, featured a political cartoon with a clearly labeled Democrat laying bricks to convey the building of a “pathway to citizenship,” while the Republican-labeled character is removing the bricks, effectively dismantling any immigration process. The cartoon is originally from the Chattanooga Times Free Press, not the teacher’s own creation.
Make what you want of this assignment but it is plain to see that it is intended to mold the young minds in such a way that the Democrats are “building the pathway to citizenship” while Republicans are tearing it down. This is the kind of muck that is being taught to our children? This is the muck that our tax dollars are paying for?
Rather than teaching children that one party is doing one thing and the other party doing something different, why aren’t we teaching children the Constitution and making them aware of their rights. Teach kids how this country was founded. Teach them what true immigration was and how immigrants made their way here for a better life and the processes they had to endure to make it here.