No Opting Out of LGBT History Instruction?

by | Jan 24, 2020 | Culture & Morality, Education, Homosexual Agenda, LGBTQ, Public Schools | 0 comments

Public schools in three states so far have decided to teach elementary school children LGBT history in multiple subjects. It began in California last year, the trend-setting state, and others are jumping on board with the latest being New Jersey.

According to reports, school districts in Rockland, CA, require students in kindergarten through fifth grades to learn about the contributions of LGBT individuals in history and social studies curriculum, and many parents are upset there is no opt-out for their children.

More and more families have ‘opted out’ by choosing to remove their children and home school.

This is just the beginning, and this is what happens when radicals are in control of the education machine in America.

How can such a small percentage of citizens influence the entire curriculum of a school district, a state, and eventually a country? California parents protested, urging the school board not to push this curriculum through, but they did it anyway.

But check out their response. When the board approved the new curriculum that includes LGBT history, parents of more than 700 students kept their children home in protest. Other concerned states should take their cue from these parents.

At the time, a spokeswoman for Informed Parents of Rocklin, Rachel Crutchfield stated:

“We believe that anyone who has made a significant contribution to society should, of course, be included in our history textbooks; however, the concept of sexual orientation is far too complex of a topic for elementary-aged children to be introduced to at school. … Let’s let kids be kids.”

But that’s part of the agenda, isn’t it? Reach and indoctrinate kids at the youngest ages possible to condition them against God.

…The issue of parental rights will continue to be one of the many education battles across the country. 

Prayer is good. But now it’s time to take action. 

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