It seems that it’s being sent to the schools as a manual for faculty.
The full list
American Academy of Pediatrics
American Association of School Administrators
American Counseling Association
American Federation of Teachers
American Psychological Association
American School Counselor Association
American School Health Association
National Association of School Psychologists
National Association of Secondary School Principals
National Association of Social Workers
National Education Association
School Social Work Association of America
I'm so pleased (sarcasm) that that doctors and psychologist agencies are also signing off on this and will presumably be reading it and distributing the ideas to patients.
Hmmmmmm..... can't wait to get MY copy! Should I throw it in the garbage or shred it? Don't want to contaminate the shredder after all.
Got it. That way teachers can push the agenda without actually sending home something that will let the parents know what they’re learning.
My wife and I used to say that homeschooling was a good option for a few people. My son is in the second grade in a conservative Texas suburb. He spends more time learning about Hanukkah and Ramadan than math and reading. We confronted his teacher and she let us know that teaching math and reading was the responsibility of the parents. They only tested what they learn at home.
So at school they learn about religion, values, etc., and at home they learn to read, write, etc. Well, we’ve prepared ourselves to homeschool next year. We’re checking out of their system, even if we are still forced to pay to an organization that teaches a religion we oppose.
These jerks at the NEA can kiss my can.