Texas public schools have come under fire again. This time, a teacher allegedly encouraged high school girls to dress up in full-length Islamic burqas and then instructed the entire class that Muslim terrorists are actually freedom fighters.
The CSCOPE curriculum seems to be inherently agenda-driven — particularly in history and social studies courses. The curriculum provider has foisted some hilariously biased coursework on public school students in The Lone Star State.
For example, CSCOPE has given students material suggesting that Christianity is a cult that parallels the death and resurrection in the story of Osiris, the Egyptian god of the dead. The same material takes pains to point out that early Christians were accused of incest, cannibalism and other atrocities.
There’s an infamous chart that innocuously describes communism as “the idea of living together in a ‘commune’ where all people work together for everyone.”
Another notorious CSCOPE lesson (now ostensibly removed from circulation) depicts the Boston Tea Party, the famous protest against taxation without representation, as an act of terrorism.
As WND notes, CSCOPE also defines Republicans as lovers of “big business over labor unions.” Warm and cuddly Democrats, meanwhile, “will spend more tax dollars on education to benefits [sic] each individual.” (The grammar error is CSCOPE’s, not WND’s.)
CSCOPE labels fascism and Nazism as “conservative,” despite the fact that both ideologies prescribe that the state should control everything and own all resources.
1) Islam is awesome
2) Christianity is a cult
3) Communism is awesome
4) Hey kids, Lets make communist flags.
5)The Boston Tea Party was a Terrorist Attack
6)Terrorism: what do you think?
7) Christopher Columbus was an Eco-Warrior
8) CSCOPE writers pointlessly disparage Paul Revere
9) Help Ban Ki-moon and his U.N. cronies prevent a Malthusian population catastrophe
10)Murder and extortion were just “protest strategies” used by the Black Panthers
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Originally posted by Abstruse
I don't see any problem with this. In fact, I think it encourages them to do critical thinking.