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This article has been updated for clarity.
In a recent article, I posed the question, “Is Critical Race Theory coming to an elementary school near you?”
The answer is yes. And deceptive groups want to use taxpayer dollars to ensure Critical
Theory infiltrates not just elementary schools and pre-K programs but families’ homes, too.
The Idaho House previously killed House Bill 226, a budget bill that would have given a $6 million federal grant to a non-profit education organization called the Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children (IDAEYC).
Soon, the Legislature is set to reconsider giving this grant to the IDAEYC.
The grant, aimed at improving early childhood education, will be implemented by IDAEYC in partnership with several groups who have radical agendas.
First, the IDAEYC will partner with the Idaho Commission for Libraries (ICfL) to “provide resources, information, and training for parents and librarians including purchasing sets of age appropriate books to enhance the inventory at small, rural libraries.” The ICfL was recently given a “welcoming libraries grant” to increase “equity, diversity and inclusion” in Idaho libraries. This sounds like a friendly cause, until one realizes these funds are being used to traffic books on Critical Race Theory, Queer Theory, and Social Justice into libraries across Idaho and propagandize children with these pernicious and divisive ideas.
ICfL supports anti-bias education, an idea developed by the IDAEYC’s parent group the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) who is known for its book “Anti-Bias Education for Young Children and Ourselves.”
Anti-bias education peddles the idea that America is systemically and irredeemably racist and sexist; that white children, especially boys, are complicit in that racism and sexism; and educators must discriminate in their treatment of white and black, male and female students to erase perceived “biases.”
ICfL provides a “Guide for Selecting Anti-Bias Children’s Books” by Louise Derman Sparks of Social Justice Books, who co-authored NAEYC’s well known book. The guide explains children need to be exposed to books that include “families with two dads or two moms” and “transgender adults and children.” For example, the group suggests reading to kids “And Tango Makes Three” by Justin Richardson et al. which is about homosexual penguins who adopt a baby penguin.
The ICfL recommends the resource “Storytime Saves the World: Social Justice, Diversity and Inclusion” by Soraya Silverman-Montana of Storytime Underground. Public libraries should make diversity and social justice displays and not celebrate holidays because many holidays have religious foundations and mothers/fathers day excludes LGBTQ families, according to Storytime Underground.
ICfL provides a Diverse bookfinder resource which recommends reading “Sparkle Boy” by Leslea Newman to children. “Sparkle Boy” tells the fictional story of a little boy whose parents encourage him to crossdress in his sister’s “shimmery skirt,” and anyone who disagrees with encouraging “gender performances” by children should be perceived as “homophobic” or “transphobic.”
Another recommendation is “Anti-Racist Baby” by Ibram X. Kendi, which claims white babies are racists and black babies are born into a systemically and irredeemably racist America. The claim “babies are racist” comes from the repeatedly debunked pseudoscience known as implicit bias which claims to be capable of predicting behavior.
Idaho’s public libraries need to undergo “diversity audits” to make sure they have “enough” social justice books available for kids, according to ICfL. For example, classic books like “The Little House on the Prairie” by Laura Ingels Wilder need to be replaced with “The Birchbark House” by Louise Erdich because it is written from a Native American perspective rather than a white perspective.
Next, IDAEYC will work with Idaho STEM Action Center, in partnership with Boise State University (BSU), to bring instructional practices to early childhood education programs, families, and librarians throughout the state. Idaho STEM and BSU seek to align all aspects of their work, including “curriculum, teaching, and relationships with families,” with the NAEYC’s standards.
The groups directly incorporate the NAEYC’s anti-bias education into their own instruction. For example, the groups instruct parents during home visits to construct “identity self portraits,” students draw self-portraits representing “areas of interest related to diversity, anti-bias or social justice,” an idea borrowed from Learning for Justice (formerly known as Teaching Tolerance!). This project idea is directly connected to anti-bias education, which was developed by the NAEYC, according to Learning for Justice. “The process of creating self-portraits … is central to the goals of anti-bias education” as it teaches children to associate themselves with a singular group identity. In other words, projects like this introduce children to identity politics.
The BSU and Idaho Stem Action Center partnership emphasize fostering “Culturally Responsive” learners. What does “culturally responsive” mean? BSU cites activist Geneva Gay, who argues Culturally Responsive teaching must be used in classrooms to achieve the transformative agenda of social justice.
The development of Culturally Responsive or Anti-Racism education comes from the idea that racism is a white problem. White people convinced they are innocent of racism, a concept known as “white innocence,” need “Culturally Responsive” education to discount any views a white person expresses that do not make race and racism a central feature of their analysis of society, especially in any case of disparate outcomes.
This form of indoctrination is essential to Critical Race Theorists consistent conclusion that all racially disparate outcomes are a result of systemic racism, and white people must admit their complicity in such discrimination. Creating “Culturally Responsive” children’s classrooms, particularly in STEM or STEAM classes, is an idea promoted by the NAEYC too. For example, the NAEYC suggests it is productive to replace math lessons with discussions on Anti-Racism or Culturally Responsive topics.
It’s no coincidence that the IDAEYC has decided to partner with groups that align with the divisive Critical Theories peddled by their parent organization the NAEYC. The grant provides IDAEYC with strategic partnerships to carry out its mission to transform schools from institutions that exist to educate children into institutions dedicated to indoctrination.
When it comes to our children’s education many parents will conclude that it’s necessary and important for children to learn about issues like racism and sexism. We trust our educators to communicate truth to our kids so we can build a stronger society. This well-intentioned view misunderstands the goals of Critical Theory. Woke educators who adhere to Critical Social Justice, Queer theory and Race theory, desire to make sure children grow up not to think critically but to think only in terms of Critical Theories. For example, parents want their child to be taught how to do mathematics. Instead, woke educators teach kids how math maintains racial oppression.
The ultimate purpose of Critical Theories is to rot a civilization from within. And it uses racism and sexism to do it. Thirty-four legislators previously voted in favor of infiltrating this rot into homes, communities, and schools. In the next vote, citizens will find out which lawmakers care to stop this unmitigated disaster.
This article has been updated. This revised version removes all references to the Early Learning InstituteAre ^
November 20, 2020
In September, I wrote an article explaining how local Idaho officials were not imposing any meaningful sanctions on government bodies whenever those bodies were found to be in violation of Idaho’s Open Meetings Law. Unfortunately, that trend continues.
This last Friday, the Ada County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office forwarded me a response to an Open Meetings Law complaint I sent them in August. In that complaint, I alleged that on Aug. 19, 2020, the board of the Greater Boise Auditorium District violated the Idaho Open Meeting Law when it held a private session with developers to discuss the possibility of developing the Expo Idaho site. Not surprisingly, under Idaho’s Open Meetings Law, it is illegal for developers to meet privatelywith local government bodies to discuss potential development of publicly owned land.
The prosecuting attorney’s office response to my complaint was that “a violation occurred, as described in the original complaint.” In short, it stated that while Idaho’s Open Meetings Law permits private, or “executive sessions,” to discuss limited topics, the topic of developing Expo Idaho was not among them.
The chosen punishment for this violation: Publishing the information discussed in that private session at the next regularly scheduled GBAD session. That’s it. It’s no wonder so many Open Meetings Law violations keep occurring when the sanctions for such violations are always so insubstantial.
This violation is just the latest in a string of Open Meetings Law violations.
In June alone, Central District Health failed to give proper notice to the public on two separate occasions regarding agenda items to be discussed at upcoming meetings. The punishment there, if you could call it that: The attorney general’s office instructed CDH to vote to recognize its violations at the next scheduled meeting.
Then, in August, CDH violated the Open Meetings Law by not permitting members of the public to physically attend their board meeting. This time, the attorney general’s office failed to even call a clear violation of the law a violation of the law, stating that “the totality of the circumstances do not warrant finding the Board in violation” due to “challenges and uncertainty” stemming from COVID-19.
I’m glad that the attorney general’s office at least rightly determined that a violation existed with regard to GBAD. However, more government bodies would actually pay more attention to following Idaho’s Open Meetings Law if some of the various sanctions that Idaho law permits were actually even occasionally imposed.
Idaho’s Open Meetings Law does allow certain violations to be “cured” through an agency’s “self-recognition of a violation.” However, it also allows for fines of up to $2500 per violation, even while such sanctions continue to go unutilized in perpetuity.
Until those tasked with enforcing Idaho’s Open Meetings Law start levying such penalties, as provided by law, there will be little reason for any government entities to actually follow the law. It’s time to start doing so in order to preserve the fair and open governance the Open Meetings Law was written to protect. After all, what good are laws if when they are violated no penalties ever result?
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BOISE MAYOR LAUREN MCLEAN ADVOCATES THAT RESIDENTS TURN EACH OTHER IN TO THE AUTHORITIES FOR THE SAKE OF PUBLIC HEALTH
November 20, 2020
On Thursday, Boise Mayor Lauren McLean’s office announced Public Health Emergency Order No. 20-13. Let me cut to the guts of it: At its core, this latest public health order, effective Nov. 23, 2020, openly advocates that Boise resident’s inform on one another—businesses on residents and residents on businesses—all in the name of public health, while having the audacity of advocating for “community.” It’s disgraceful leadership, and Mayor McLean ought to be ashamed of herself.
While this newest order does a number of things, including shutting down various public buildings and further limiting public meetings, at the heart of the mayor’s order is the pronouncement that the city will now be stringently enforcing all social distancing and mask mandates, most specifically against businesses and business patrons.
Regarding the prescribed punishment, her order clarifies, “any person who knowingly violates the provisions of this Emergency Order No. 20-13 shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by fine, imprisonment, or both.”
What’s perhaps most disturbing is the overall tone of the mayor’s announcement.
Not only does her announcement call Boise residents to proverbial arms against one another, but in doing so, it openly accuses a segment of Boise residents of causing the current rate of spread while congratulating the sacrifices of another: “The best way to slow community spread is to work together, but Boise can no longer allow people and businesses to undermine the sacrifices others have made.”
The mayor’s announcement states the city will “partner” with businesses and residents alike to better facilitate people’s ability to report on their fellow neighbors to hold them “accountable.” The announcement then advertises a Boise Police Department non-emergency dispatch number for businesses to call if they determine patronsare not following proper health protocols.
What becomes of businesses not in compliance? The announcement similarly advertises a number to report on those miscreants as well, this time providing the city clerk’s contact information. It states the city will then inspect licensed businesses against whom there are any resident complaints while referring non-licensed businesses to Central District Health.
Next, “Businesses licensed by the City of Boise that are found to pose a clear and immediate threat to the health, safety and welfare of the public may have their business license suspended for at least 10 days on the first violation, at least 20 days on the second violation and a year revocation on a third violation.” In other words, the city has the discretion after investigating any singular citizen complaint to shut down businesses by revoking their business licences.
As the mayor advocates informing on neighbors, it appears she would have us all believe that businesses and business patrons are the primary culprits of any spread that might be currently occurring. After all, enforcement measures against businesses and their patrons are largely at the center of the order. Sadly, it’s hard to know which government officials to believe. Just a week ago Gov. Brad Little stated that private social gatherings are the primary driver of community spread.
In a recent “open letter to the most of us,” as McLean opined on actions of the “angry mob” upset by the various measures taken of late by government officials over the coronavirus, she wrote, “The priority of most of us? Community.” It’s unfortunate the mayor believes that the idea of community and that of residents trying to shut down their neighbors’ business and attempting to have the patrons of those businesses cited and arrested are ideas that actually comport with one another.
Later in her open letter, the mayor went on to state that as a community “We can reject bully tactics.” However, with policies now in place that advocate for Boiseans to inform on one another, if McLean wants to see the real bully, I suggest she take a look in the mirror.