‘Hey, Teachers, Leave Them Kids Alone!”…Major University Requiring Four Diversity Courses to Graduate
It’s just another brick in the wall of our education system in America… “Hey, teachers, leave those kids alone!”
In July of last year, progressive Governor Kate Brown of Oregon signed legislation that suspended proficiency standards for high school graduation. That means no basic standards for reading, writing, and math skills to graduate from high school.
Now, this past May, Northern Arizona State University (NASU) will require a minimum of four diversity classes for you to graduate.
Just in case you missed these two moves…one high school has no basic education proficiency standards, and another university has said that you have to have a total of four diversity classes or no diploma.
If you need it even more simply, one school is dumbing down their students, and another is indoctrinating them with woke propaganda.
It’s hard not to see this as a scheme to control our young.
College Fix wrote about NASU’s Diversity Curriculum Committee. They said that the four diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) courses all have roots in Marxist-derived “critical race theory” indoctrination. Students can’t earn a degree without these courses.
The City Journal published a description of three of the new Diversity courses:
A course titled Intersectional Movements of Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality promises to analyze “how intersectionality, and the matrix of inequality, have shaped the production of knowledge” and to provide “a critical lens through which intersectional epistemologies can be foregrounded.”
Introduction to Queer Studies, covers “queer theory and activism,” the “social and historical construction of gender and sexuality,” and the “role of allies and social change.”
Trans Existence and Resilience, meantime, promises to “examine trans epistemologies as well as critiques of Eurocentric models of thinking about genders that explain peoples’ existence within Western frameworks and ontologies.”
This new graduation requirement is set to take effect in 2024, the university in Arizona has about 30,000 students.
“Hey, teachers, leave them kids alone.”