Forget for a moment what sort of progressive nonsense is being drilled into young people’s heads. Let’s consider the teachers!
A San Francisco-based company called Pacific Educational Group is peddling “White Privilege” teacher education courses – and its latest victims? Teachers in Minneapolis.
This company rakes in millions of dollars in consulting fees every year from public schools who use taxpayer dollars to torture the teachers who must listen to this drivel during training sessions.
I guess it was finally too much for one teacher to take. This brave soul leaked a photograph shown during one of these indoctrination — I mean training sessions at a school district in Minnesota.
The picture showed a white hooded KKK member and the caption read, “When do you wear the hood?”
EAG News who carried the story, referenced its recent reports that teachers in St. Paul Public Schools have been forced to undergo “equity” training involving examining “the presence and role of ‘Whiteness’” and the detrimental impact it supposedly has on minority students. I’m sorry, but it’s total nonsense like this garbage that will have a detrimental effect on the students, the faculty, and the world.
According to the teacher, who is remaining anonymous to avoid reprisal, the slide was used in one such training session at Bruce Vento Elementary during a staff meeting.
The source claims that the school principal put the picture up on a projector and “asked the staff to sit in silence and reflect on it for 3 to 4 minutes.”
Another teacher, also remaining anonymous added “This picture — and the idea that it would be helpful in some way — is totally unbelievable.”
A fourth-grade teacher who is black, and works in the Minnesota district also told EAG News that the training is actually holding back black children.
“As a black man I can say that they are hurting black kids,” Benner said. “I’ve never seen anything as idiotic as PEG. Everything we do, PEG is at the forefront.”
“It’s so comical. PEG says shouting out in class is a black cultural norm, and being on time is a white cultural thing. It’s so demeaning, so condescending to black kids. If a white person were making claims like this, black people would be in an uproar.” Benner urged.”
The teacher also cited examples of how school officials have chosen to ignore behavior issues involving black students, because of the white privilege training.
“I remember two black boys humping on a second grade girl,” Benner said. “The teacher wrote up a referral for inappropriate sexual behavior, but the principal and vice principal dismissed it by calling it ‘cultural dancing.’
“That’s just plain racist. PEG ties everything to culture.”
Benner also remembers a black student punching another student in the face over the type of shoes he was wearing.
“The principal said they were just playing,” Benner said. “I’m like, wow, that’s just so wrong. You’re not trying to help these kids. You just don’t want any of this to be recorded.”
Folks, it’s way past time to take back our schools, our school boards, and the training and educating of our children.