e-Mail from Robert George, Princeton University – Witherspoon Institute – re: Formation in “Woke” Ideology in New Jersey Public Schools

If you have kids in public schools in New Jersey or a state that has similar laws manda ting the indoctrination of children in public schools on matters of sexuality, and if you do not believe in the   “W oke” ideology into which your kids are being indoctrinated, I urge you in the strongest possible terms to gt your children out of those schools. The indoctrination literally begins in Kindergarten and First Grade.

   The state-run schools in New Jersey and elsewhere now reflect the adoption by the State of an established religion. It is not a traditional religion, and it is not theistic, but it is a religion nonetheless — a system or ideas embodying a particular view of human nature, the human good, human dignity, and what is most important (“sacred”). The public schools are as “religious” today as they were te at the beginning when they reflected the Protestant Christianity that was dominant when public education began in the U.S. in the 1830s.  The difference is that Protestant Christianity has been replaced by secular progressive ideology.

   If secular progressive ideology is not your family’s religion, your kids don’t belong in schools dedicated to promoting it – and to indoctrinating children in it. Your kids should be brought up in your own faith. Allowing them to be educated in a set of dogmas that are antithetical to your own beliefs simply makes no sense

Get them out.

e-Mail from Robert  George, Princeton University

If you have kids in public schools in New Jersey or a state that has similar laws manda ting the indoctrination of children in public schools on matters of sexuality, and if you do not believe in the   “W oke” ideology into which your kids are being indoctrinated, I urge you in the strongest possible terms to gt your children out of those schools. The indoctrination literally begins in Kindergarten and First Grade.

   The state-run schools in New Jersey and elsewhere now reflect the adoption by the State of an established religion. It is not a traditional religion, and it is not theistic, but it is a religion nonetheless — a system or ideas embodying a particular view of human nature, the human good, human dignity, and what is most important (“sacred”). The public schools are as “religious” today as they were te at the beginning when they reflected the Protestant Christianity that was dominant when public education began in the U.S. in the 1830s.  The difference is that Protestant Christianity has been replaced by secular progressive ideology.

   If secular progressive ideology is not your family’s religion, your kids don’t belong in schools dedicated to promoting it – and to indoctrinating children in it. Your kids should be brought up in your own faith. Allowing them to be educated in a set of dogmas that are antithetical to your own beliefs simply makes no sense

Get them out.

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