Teachers in California have been targeting students for recruitment into LGBTQ clubs

Nov 20th

If you needed more reason to line up against modern pedagogy and the education industry—and you didn't, not really—well, here you go:

Last month, the California Teachers Association (CTA) held a conference advising teachers on best practices for subverting parents, conservative communities and school principals on issues of gender identity and sexual orientation. Speakers went so far as to tout their surveillance of students' Google searches, internet activity, and hallway conversations in order to target sixth graders for personal invitations to LGBTQ clubs, while actively concealing these clubs' membership rolls from participants' parents...

"So we started to brainstorm at the end of the 2020 school year, what are we going to do? We got to see some kids in-person at the end of last year, not many but a few. So we started to try and identify kids. When we were doing our virtual learning – we totally stalked what they were doing on Google, when they weren't doing school work. One of them was googling ‘Trans Day of Visibility.' And we're like ‘check.' We're going to invite that kid when we get back on campus. Whenever they follow the Google Doodle links or whatever, right, we make note of those kids and the things that they bring up with each other in chats or email or whatever," Baraki can be heard to say. Beyond electronic surveillance of kids' internet use, "we use our observations of kids in the classroom—conversations that we hear—to personally invite students. Because that's really the way we kinda get the bodies in the door. Right? They need sort of a little bit of an invitation," Baraki says in the clip.

Yeah after reading this you'd be totally forgiven for bursting into your kid's school like so:

For real though—and we can't stress this enough—homeschool is always an option!


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