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0356_Knowles_ Democratic Socialists Pushing to Infiltrate Schools Because ‘They Can’t Win in the Battle of Ideas’_ Fox News Article excerpts and link_ Aug. 25, 2018

Donna Jack
August 26, 2018

A pamphlet by the Young Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA)

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ey4yzoto_zTf5BmqUI7yAqn_53AzIMSd/view
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8.25.18 – FoxNews

 “Knowles: Dem Socialists Pushing to Infiltrate Schools Because ‘They Can’t Win in the Battle of Ideas’”
 Fox News Insider
 http://www.educationviews.org/dem-socialists-pushing-to-infiltrate-schools-because-they-cant-win-in-the-battle-of-ideas/
 Excerpts from this article:
Radio host Michael Knowles said on “Fox & Friends” that Democratic Socialists are urging Socialists to become teachers because they can’t win a “fair fight.”
A pamphlet by the Young Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA), in conjunction with the Democratic Socialist Labor Commission, outlines a push for socialists to “take jobs as teachers” as a way to move teachers unions “in a more militant and democratic direction.”
Knowles said that according to numerous surveys, “the blood-soaked history” of socialism is unknown by millennials, leading them to identify as supporters of the movement.

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0324_April 2, 2018_What I Saw at a College Administrators’ Meeting is Alarming_ politics-far-left, social-justice politics _ equity and inclusion — by Dr. Patricia Daugherty who is president of Eagle Forum of Georgia

Donna Jack
April 10, 2018

This piece is part of a number of articles that shed light on the condition of education in our country.  This article addresses the university level, but it is important to know it is as bad or worse in Pre-K through 12th grades.  It is tragic what is going on.  Citizens do not realize — but need to learn, for our survival as a nation.

The name of the ACPA conference:  American College Personnel Association: College Student Educators International

 Some quotes from article below:

indoctrination isn’t confined to the classroom.
as an Association, ACPA actively challenges traditional definitions of sex and gender.
the ‘ACPA Convention Equity and Inclusion Information Booth.’ At this booth one could report any ‘bias incident .’
    “College students need mentors who are more concerned with their developing competence and strength than with which pronouns they use.”
“Now, however, college students are surrounded by adults who live and breathe an extreme political ideology. No more judging people by the content of their character instead of the color of their skin. No more encouraging everyone to come together around their commonalities rather than focusing on every possible difference. No more celebrating the gifts of all people. It was disheartening to see and hear so much stereotyping from people who pride themselves on their inclusiveness.”

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 4.2.18 – The Federalist

 “What I Saw at a College Administrators’ Conference Will Make You Laugh and Cry”
By Dr. Patricia Daugherty
http://www.educationviews.org/what-i-saw-as-a-college-administrators-conference-will-make-you-laugh/

 PLEASE GO TO THIS LINK TO READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE:  http://thefederalist.com/2018/04/02/saw-college-administrators-conference-will-make-laugh-cry/ 

 Donna Garner’s Excerpts from this article:

 The extremely liberal environment on many college campuses is often attributed to the influence of aging hippie professors intent on indoctrination rather than education. But perhaps even more influential is the army of campus administrators who work with college students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

 My recent experience at a national conference of such professionals revealed that indoctrination isn’t confined to the classroom. Continue reading