Oregon teacher outlines ways parents, students can escape woke indoctrination in schools

Freelance author and high school teacher Daniel Buck backed Americansright to school choice while pointing out that thecountless stories of K-12 schools succumbing to and endorsing the excesses of progressive ideologyreveal a serious educational issue in an op-ed published Wednesday.

Progressive ideology in schools has made headlines recently as some schools embrace progressive ideas like critical race theory.

A New York City high school teacher, Paul Rossi, was recently relieved of his duties after criticizing theindoctrinationoccurring in the Grace Church School where he works, saying hisschool is asking me to embrace ‘antiracism’ training and pedagogy that I believe is deeply harmful to [学生].”

These stories do expose a problem, but it’s not the political progressivism of most teachers,” バック 書きました in National Review. “It’s akin to shining a light on and fixing individual cases of water damage while ignoring the flooding all around.

We must address the broken faucet; この場合, the universities that are pumping out progressive educational theory,” 彼が追加した.

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Buck broke down thetwo broad iterationsthat progressive education breaks into, the first being built onchild-centric philosophieswhere schoolsobserve and suggestin place of transmittingthe best of any culture or shape the character of their students.

The second is critical pedagogy, which Buck dubbedpropaganda attempting to pass as instructionand revealed was the “財団” of his training as a teacher in college.

“ありがたいことに, this endeavor needn’t only be one of individual persuasion,” wrote Buck. “There are policies that can decentralize the university’s influence and pressure the adoption of effective pedagogy.

Buck suggested removingteacher licensurefrom beingsolely the domain of the universityand pointed out thata former business owner with a few classes in pedagogy would make a useful addition to any school building, even without a degree.

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“2番, and perhaps more importantly, 過去には 20 年, countless charter schools such as Michaela School and even entire systems such as Uncommon Schools boast incredible academic success despite working with predominantly poor and minority students,” wrote Buck.

To do so, they reject progressive theories of education and instead rely upon classic literature, clear behavioral expectations, and direct instruction,” 彼は続けた, adding that charter schoolsbecome the best argumentagainst universities’ progressive theories as theycontinue to expand in number.

Buck said wordscan be persuasivebut change comes when a school’s bottom dollar is threatened because schools will continue to operate undermediocrityif they still receive government funding.

“逆に, school choice is a policy that ties funding to student attendance instead of property taxes; if a student moves, the funding follows,” wrote Buck. “Under such a system, if a parent saw progressive politics trying to pass as instruction or a school’s pedagogy left their students illiterate, parents could take their child and their money elsewhere.

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