For years, activist educators, school boards, and bureaucratic parasites have told parents that “it” is not in schools. The message has been clear - Critical Race Theory and Queer Theory are academic disciplines studied only in graduate school. But courageous parents and caretakers across the country have witnessed their children’s classrooms transform into political reeducation camps first-hand. The gaslighting is over.
Activist educators work tirelessly to make parents feel like they can’t define or understand the practice of Critical Race Theory (CRT), Queer Theory (QT), Culturally Responsive Teaching (the other CRT), or Transformative Social and Emotional Learning (TSEL). These ideologues attempt to belittle our intelligence, hoping we’ll sit down, shut up, and fund the latest line item on an ever-ballooning Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiative.
I developed this website (www.itsnotinschools.com) to help educate and empower you to take back your children’s classrooms. You can use this website to understand what “it” is and how “it” is practiced in schools to radicalize children, destroy academic excellence, and hammer anti-American values into future generations.
The website is divided into several sections. Under the “What “It” Is” header you will find a concise history detailing how marxists took over U.S education. You can also click on the subheaders to learn more about CRT, QT, Culturally Responsive Teaching, and TSEL, specifically.
Under the “How “It” Works” tab you can learn how these radical theories are actually practiced in classrooms, along with real-world examples.
The “Resources” header links to the recommended works of other individuals and organizations that can help you understand what’s happening in schools, connect with others, and fight back. Finally, the “Share Your Story” header is available should you want to share your experiences with other concerned parents.
I hope this website helps empower you to take action. Our children depend on it.
"I must study politics and war that my sons may have liberty to study mathematics and philosophy.” – John Adams