It turns out they are spending $410 million on “Safe Schools” Oh, good! We all want schools to be safe, right?
Well, it turns out that “safe schools” really means “teaching kids all about the wonders of homosexuality”. You wouldn’t have gone for it if they called it that, so it became “Safe Schools”.
$410 million, to try to indoctrinate students – down to kindergarten – with ideas that their parents most likely find abhorrent. In the age of Obama, the state controls the children. Not the parents.
From Gateway pundit:
It may be the worst recession since the Great Depression but that doesn’t mean everyone is suffering. The Obama White House still throws one party every three days. Government jobs are booming. And, Obama’s radical Safe School’s Czar Kevin Jennings, founder of the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), did such a great job his first year in office that his department is getting a $45 million raise.
$45 million ought to train slew of activists like Margot Abels.
Abels led a GLSEN workshop for young teens where she praised the homosexual practice of ‘fisting’”–widely condemned by medical authorities as dangerous–saying that, “It often gets a bad rap.” (Wolcott)
Citizen Link Blog reported:
So want does Jennings intend to do with this money?
For starters, he says he’s going to make “school climate” measurement a top priority—and, in fact, he’d love for “school climate” to eventually be made part of the “Common Core” national standards movement! He plans to begin with “a new grant program coming out of this department where we’ll be providing possibly as much as $70 million for investments in school climate projects.” (He revealed all this and much more in this month’s Phi Delta Kappan magazine. Scroll down to the “Safe at School” title.)
So at this point, you might be wondering, What on earth does “school climate” really mean? I think it’s best to take that definition from Kevin Jennings–based on his record as the longtime founder and leader of GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network).
Under Jennings’ leadership, GLSEN has provided students with a “school climate” continuum measurement tool. This tool reveals a lot about Jennings’ true goals: A positively rated “inclusive school,” for instance, is defined as one where “LGBT themes are fully integrated into curricula across a variety of subject areas and grade levels.”
I.e., Jennings and GLSEN want homosexual, bisexual and transgender themes taught in every subject at every grade, all the way down to the kindergarten level, maybe even preschool.