When parents think about what a school should do for their children, they think in terms of the three “Rs,” plus a lovely layering of science, history, and other subjects that maketh a full (and employable) man. The politically correct Nanny State, however, cares little for education and a great deal for ideology. It should therefore come as no surprise to you that the British government, rather than ranking schools based upon how well they educate children is ranking them, instead, on how well they indoctrinate children in politically correct shibboleths, and whether their student composition matches race and color grids that the government promulgates:
Top schools risk being branded inadequate by Government inspectors for failing to promote race relations, gender equality and human rights, it has been disclosed.
They could be plunged into “special measures” by Ofsted under new rules that place equality on a par with exam results and child safety for the first time.
In official guidance, inspectors are told to be aware of “gender imbalances” in upper-ability sets and ensure after-school sport is not dominated by pupils belonging to one ethnic group.
Some local councils are also warning schools to make sure staff and volunteers reflect the ethnic make-up of local communities and feature people with disabilities to provide good role models for pupils.
Look at England closely, my friends. The country that led the way, that provided the seeds for the American genius, is dying before our eyes. Even worse, our politically correct, liberal, Progressive masters are hastening to drag us down that same path.
Let me say again what you’ll hear me say in post after post after post in 2010: The November 2010 elections are pretty much our last chance to stop the PC car before it drags the whole nation over the edge of the cliff. We must start supporting candidates with money now, rather than waiting until the last minute; we must go to rallies and make our presence know; and we have to vote with vigor in the 2010 elections. Otherwise, no slamming on the brakes is going to help. We’ll already be airborne and ready to fall.Email This Post To A Friend
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