School in Virginia are even giving student protest days:
For decades we have said that there is a liberal slant in education, a leftist bias. But the concept of tacit liberal influence is in the distant past. Today, liberalism is at the forefront. Liberalism is the curriculum.
Grade schools throughout the country are rewriting their history curriculums based on today's leftist politics. Some Illinois, New York and New Jersey public schools are teaching a collection of New York Times leftist opinion essays known as the 1619 Project as factual objective history. This leftist propaganda project audaciously rewrites our history as a country that was started as a "slavocracy" in 1619 and attempts to prove that "nearly everything that has made America exceptional grew out of slavery." Select Vermont, Oregon, California, and Washington state public schools will be teaching "social justice" and "institutionalized racism" in place of mathematics, because, wait for it ... math is racist.
And, a growing list of private schools throughout the country are rolling out the Pollyanna curriculum, which teaches kids that "racism is a primary institution of the United States" and requires political compliance by students for "rectifying current social ills, such as learning and planning how to carry out anti-racist activism and/or social advocacy." According to multiple parents who pay to send their children to one of these schools, conservative students are being discriminated against when they voice objection to the politics of such a curriculum. A white student was told to "go home" and "check your white privilege," upon questioning a teacher on the suspicious similarity between "equity" and socialism, a private school parent reported to TownHall. The parent advised that this teacher was not disciplined after complaints from parents and continues to "educate" the students. Another parent reported that a conversation with administrators about concerns with the racially charged curriculum resulted in a response indicating that the complaining parent was implicitly biased, just as Pollyanna prophecies.
A growing number of America's youth now favor communism and socialism over capitalism leading to the concern that America could be the next Venezuela.
Experts agree, a policy that excuses absence for protest is likely to favor liberal students. "People who call themselves conservatives probably do still count respecting authority — staying in school — as a crucial and central tenet of the social order," said Thai Jones, a lecturer at Columbia University who studies radical social movements. Indeed, it is common knowledge that conservatives do not engage in protests or mass public displays in the same way as liberals. Unsurprisingly, conservatives are the ones outraged at the new school curriculums and policies.