How Can THIS Be Called “Education?”

“A teacher forced a 15-year-old girl to perform a pornographic monologue in front of the whole class. Then school officials lied to the child’s mother. And worst of all, the school board BANNED the mother from reading to them the words her daughter was forced to say in front of the class, cutting off her mic.”

American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) posted this in an email to raise awareness for the court cases they are fighting.

This happened in a Las Vegas school, but I’ve read about and seen videos of this kind of issue happening across our nation. Currently, there is another situation in the news in a different school in which a first grade student was sexually abused during class by other students who also filmed it. This may not be the case in every school, but even one such incident should alarm us and make us as least take notice so we can protect our children.

How can content or situations like this be called “education?”

There are great, dedicated, creative teachers who love their students and want to foster the best for them and in them. Then there are those who call themselves teachers, but are abusing that privilege to promote their own agenda and groom children.

While there are incredible groups who are fighting these legal battles, those of us who are true lovers of learning can fight by offering alternatives to a governmental run system that is not only broken, but in some cases like these, abusive.

That is one of the reasons we’re creating a place like Discovery House.

We encourage true life-long learning, community involvement, generosity, and helping others learn by showing them what we know in a safe, loving environment,

NEVER with exploitive, sexual context!

Parents must draw a line that cannot be crossed when it comes to what influences our kids. It’s a tough world for them to navigate these days.

Published by Laura Bennet

Encouraging others one story at a time. Author, speaker, educator. Wife, mother, grandmother, ocean lover, hockey fan. Sold out for Jesus.

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