"Not in my Latino Studies course, where everything is someone else’s fault: biased schooling, racial profiling, polarization of the economy, the weakness of labor, the list goes on and we constantly have to regurgitate this gripe before touching on something that barely appears anywhere—the ability of the individual to control his or her own life."
Two great articles. Don't miss these:
Sol Stern, education scholar at the Manhattan Institute has a book about the miracles Catholic schools are doing with students the liberal education establishment cannot handle. Nevertheless, "social justice" professors don't want your kids going here. They might actually be successful and prosperous, have an absolute sense of right and wrong, and gain an appreciation for capitalism, freedom, America, and Western Civilization.
Another new pamphlet also by Sol Stern, appearing in Front Page Magazine, about the new recycled fad in education and the biggest threat to our freedom and prosperity: Public school education not for learning facts and our American and Western heritage but rather for learning "social justice." "Social Justice" professors are indoctrinating young teachers, who in turn feel public schools with their captive audience are perfect grounds for bringing forth a new socialist utopia, in which all the crimes of Western Civilization will be rectified by destroying it and replacing it with a socialist utopia filled with diversity of unassimilated peoples from around the world.
Of course, this brave new world cannot come about if parents are allowed to decide what is best for their own children. They might (horrors) send their kids to Catholic schools, which will undo everything "social justice" professors have worked so hard for. For a typical "social justice" professor, the writings of one of the brightest and most celebrated young "Social Justice" professors, Dan Butin, graduate of UVA and professor of Cambridge College, e.g. "Service-Learning," are instructive. Here is Dan Butin's website.
How much diversity and justice is there here!
How beautious social justice professors are!
Oh Brave New World
That has such people in it!