Sometimes The Comment Box Is Worth Reading

I do not typically read website comments. There are exceptions.

The comments at Oldlife have sometimes been wonderful. You might also want to keep track of the comments on the recent post on public schools. You can subscribe to the comments on the post. There I am tracking and linking to stories about the influx of Critical-Theory-inspired instruction of children, even grade-schoolers (grades 1–5) and middle schoolers (grades 6–8). I intend to track these stories the same way that I tracked the almost daily stories of sexual abuse perpetrated by public-school teachers and staff. If you missed that, follow the link above. One of the latest features a choir teacher subjecting sixth-graders to a Maoist struggle session. See there a link to Bret Stephen’s analysis of the California ethnic studies curriculum. If you think it will stay in California, you are smoking some high-grade weed. Two states mostly determine the text-book market, Texas and California. What happens in California does not stay in California.

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    R.Scott Clark is the President of the Heidelberg Reformation Association, the author and editor of, and contributor to several books and the author of many articles. He has taught church history and historical theology since 1997 at Westminster Seminary California. He has also taught at Wheaton College, Reformed Theological Seminary, and Concordia University. He has hosted the Heidelblog since 2007.

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12 comments

  1. Dr. Clark,

    Would appreciate your help. Which link goes to the sixth grade choir teacher conducting a Maoist struggle session?
    Thanks,
    Roxanne Devine

  2. “….Two states mostly determine the text-book market, Texas and California. What happens in California does not stay in California….”

    One a totally different, unrelated blog the subject of the recent power outages in Texas due to seriously cold weather, heavy snow, and the subsequent damage to utilities and water pipes came up for discussion. The responses wavered back and forth between on-topic and off-topic on the matter and then someone replied, “Those CA transplants got a shock last week! But I’m all for them, together we can turn this state blue.” Seriously??

  3. Oh, and by the way, all of those links you send in the com-box about things going on in public schools are very useful when encountering people who “just can’t believe” that things are that bad. Keep posting!

  4. “If you think it will stay in California, you are smoking some high-grade weed.” Classic line… and true too! lol.

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