Garden State Equality, an advocacy group that pushed for the mandate, developed a model curriculum and selected districts to launch the first phase of the program.
The advance of the end times agenda of the LGBTQ+P for Pedophile Movement is not only swift but stunning to the degree in which they have been and are able to effect radical change in states all across America. In New Jersey, public school teachers in 12 different districts are being ‘re-educated’ by LGBTQ+ advocacy group Garden State Equality on how to teach the new queer curriculum to the students. New Jersey can thank their Democratic governor Phil Murphy for making this nightmare a reality.
“Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight!” Isaiah 5:20,21 (KJB)
Public school teaching was spotty enough before, but now it will all be filtered through the lens of the LGBTQ+P for Pedophile Movement, and as always the goal will be convincing students they need to become gay, lesbian, trans, etc in order to “find themselves”. This is how Adolf Hitler gained control of all of Germany, by creating a curriculum for German school children and re-educating them accordingly. Once Hitler had an entire generation of his Hitler Youth trained properly, taking over German was actually pretty easy. Say goodnight, America.
We warned and warned you about this for years, no one took it seriously, and now what we warned you about has become reality. Let the forced re-education begin.
LGBTQ education is now mandatory in N.J. schools. Here’s how teachers are preparing.
FROM THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER: The LGBTQ+ advocacy group Garden State Equality started training teachers this month on how to promote inclusion across all subject areas. Educators in 12 public school districts in New Jersey are now testing a pilot curriculum to include instruction about the contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
Gov. Phil Murphy signed a law last year requiring New Jersey public schools to include LGBTQ-related instruction in lesson plans for middle and high schoolers statewide. The mandate takes effect statewide for the 2020-21 school year.
For a high school history assignment on the Holocaust, Olivia Loesch chose the pink triangle, used by the Nazis to persecute gay men in concentration camps and decades later a symbol of pride for the gay rights movement.
“I never knew about it,” said Loesch, 15, a sophomore at Haddon Heights High who came out in seventh grade and now identifies as gender-queer. “I feel that the topic should be talked about and people should know about me.”
Educators in her public school district — and 11 others in New Jersey — are now testing a pilot curriculum to include instruction about the contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
Gov. Phil Murphy signed a law last year requiring New Jersey public schools to include LGBTQ-related instruction in lesson plans for middle and high schoolers statewide. The mandate takes effect statewide for the 2020-21 school year. Garden State Equality, an advocacy group that pushed for the mandate, developed a model curriculum and selected districts to launch the first phase of the program. It started training teachers this month on how to promote inclusion across all subject areas.
In history class, for example, students could learn about the thousands of gay men put in Nazi concentration camps and forced to wear pink triangles or about other significant moments in the gay rights movement. Or about people such as the late Barbra “Babs” Siperstein, an activist who made history as the first openly gay transgender person to serve on the Democratic National Committee. She was also the namesake behind pioneering New Jersey legislation that allowed transgender people to amend their birth certificates. READ MORE
Garden State Equality LGBTQ-Inclusive Curriculum
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