Social Justice Warriors & the State of Public Schools

If you think about the implications of the distorted views of the current “Social Justice Movement” at college campuses, it does lead you to wonder where these students learned this behavior. The Public School system comes to my mind immediately. From 1997 – 2001, in Shorewood High School, I never learned this kind of authoritarian style of Justice, and I was part of some clubs on campuses that were Progressive in nature.

Are High Schools now fundamentally different? The terms “trigger warning” and “micro-regressions” have really only sprung up in the last two years. Have they been brewing under the surface at High Schools previous to this as “learned behavior?”

I hope that in the next 7 years, by the time Chloe goes into Middle School / High School, that I will have the option to opt out of the Public School System, get my $10,000 back per year, per child, and to educate my children as I see fit (private or home school).

If Education is a “right” (which I would question) then shouldn’t one have the “right” to choose which School to put your child in and subsequently be able to self-direct the tax dollars taken away at the point of a gun?

If Universities are supposed to be the bastion / pinnacle of “free thinking” then how much worse is it really in public High Schools?

This is very concerning, but luckily, I have quite a bit of time to sort it out.