Taxpayer-funded San Francisco PBS affiliate KQED if offering Common Core-ready lesson plans designed to indoctrinates school children to embrace the idea
of open borders and a deep suspicion of anyone who favors immigration restrictions proposed by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
The lesson plan — which comes complete with “safe space” suggestions — is offered by way of a section of the taxpayer-funded television station’s website called “The Lowdown” (“connecting newsroom to classroom”).
The lesson, released this week, centers around a graphic comic entitled “Fear of Foreigners: A History of Nativism in America.” (Click on the images for a fuller view.)
“Students read and annotate the graphic,” the lesson plan instructs. “Individually or in groups, students identify the historical factors that led to nativism by underlining or highlight evidence. Some factors are stated explicitly such as economic hardship and war. Some are implicit and require closer reading.”
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