U.S. troops serving overseas may find that government schools are indoctrinating their children and teaching them to keep secrets from their parents.
According to a report from the Claremont Institute, classes from the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) teach radical activism, gender ideology, and hiding gender questions from families to children.
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The American military is peddling critical race theory, white shaming, queer theory, and left-wing activism to children in its K–12 military schools.
The U.S. Department of Defense Education Activity (“DoDEA”), an agency under the Department of Defense, runs 160 schools on military bases across the globe serving more than 69,000 children of military personnel. It employs thousands of teachers.
The DoD’s military base education budget exceeds $3.2 billion. This education system allows for easy transfer from one base to another, but it also allows for central command to dictate changes in curricular emphasis and direction.
Tom Brady, the system’s director, created a new division for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) in 2021 to transform the educational experience in military schools.
Last year, DoDEA held an “Equity and Access” summit to guide common curriculum and practices for the military education system. . . . . . .