Thursday, September 16, 2010

Exposed: Obama's Gay Agenda for Schools

UPDATE 12/2/12: School Doesn't Back Gay Agenda, President Obama Investigates

UPDATE 10/3/13: October is Homosexual Indoctrination Month at Schools

UPDATE 6/7/11: White House Says Gay Recruitment of Kids Successful

UPDATE 10/26/10: White House Forces Gay Agenda on Schools

New archive video of President Obama's 'Safe School Czar' Kevin Jennings speaking of his Gay Agenda on April 25, 1998 at Harvard.

-- From "Queering Education" by Mary Grabar, posted at American Thinker 9/3/10

The gay-positive lifestyle is being promoted aggressively in K-12 schools, often under the cover of anti-bullying efforts, under the leadership of Kevin Jennings, Assistant Deputy Secretary, Office of Safe & Drug Free Schools. Before his federal appointment, Jennings founded and ran GLSEN, (Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network). Under Jennings' direction, GLSEN was involved in activities that affirmed homosexuality to children with explicit materials. Jennings also wrote the foreword to a book titled Queering Elementary Education.

GLSEN, which in the 2008-2009 year enjoyed a $157,500 contribution from the NEA, the largest teachers union in the country, pitches its materials and training services to schools. It targets not only high school students, but middle school students. For example, the video and teachers guide for Out of the Past, about a 17-year-old who begins a gay-straight alliance group in her public school, is targeted for grades 7 through 12.

. . . the organizations that put out a brochure titled "Just the Facts about Sexual Development of Youth" . . . include not only the two largest teachers' unions, but also the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Psychological Association.

. . . Furthermore, "Just the Facts" is promoted aggressively on the (GLSEN) website.

In such a way, the peer reviewers, the accrediting organizations, and professors assert their power; they actively exclude not only opposing religious views, but also studies and professional opinions of those who disagree with them. It's a problem that plagues our entire educational system.

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From "U.S. Government Takes on Schoolyard Bullies" by Carol Bengle Gilbert, Featured Education Contributor, Associated Content 9/13/10

Assistant Deputy Secretary of Education Kevin Jennings was keynote speaker at the Aug. 11 to 12 bullying summit. In an interview with Southern California Public Radio, Jennings noted that an Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development study showed the USA to be in the middle of 40 industrial countries surveyed in terms of bullying severity.

While the bullying summit has given bullying a high profile, Phillip C. Rodkin, an associate professor of educational psychology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and summit speaker, acknowledged that not much is known about effective anti-bullying practices. Historically, adults "didn't ask," he said. "They didn't want to know."

. . . The government will never know the true scope of America's bullying problem if it relies on self-reporting by schools.

As a nation suddenly concerned with bullying, we have a lot to learn.

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Also, click headlines below for related, previous articles:

White House Wants Homosexual Indoctrination in Schools

Obama Administration Expands Title IX to Advance Gay Agenda

Obama Appoints 'Fox' to Guard School 'Henhouse'

Part 2: Obama Appoints 'Fox' to Guard School 'Henhouse'

Congressmen Tell Obama to Fire Deviant Sex Advisor

Congressional Power to Obama's Gay Agenda

Obama Education Adviser Recommends Pornography to Children

Schools Celebrate Homosexuality

White House Exploits Youth Suicide to Advance Gay Agenda