Minnesota’s state licensing system will be in effect in 2025. Teachers must advocate transgender ideology and critical race theory.
Minnesota’s teaching licensure board will soon require all teachers to be card-carrying Marxists. It will literally read “The card” “licensed teacher,” But Recently approved Revisions to state licensure are explicitly Marxist in nature. Academic knowledge is out and power struggle between the classes is in. Minnesota’s 2025 licensing requirements require that teachers not only teach but also advocate the core principles of transgender ideology and critical race theory.
The state’s insistence that every teacher positively affirm homosexual behaviors and transgendered identities understandably aggravates consciences among moral traditionalists, but the issues run deeper than the “culture war.” It is all about the future of freedom and knowledge as well as the prospects of a sustainable social order. The end result is civilization.
A brief hearing was held on Aug. 24, 2022. The resulting order of implementation, with minor revisions by an administrative judge in December, cemented the new regime. The Revised Standards of Effective Practice require radical changes to teachers’ curriculum selection, classroom management style, and self-understanding of the teaching vocation. Also, education departments at universities and colleges need to be restructured. Document their compliance with the new standards or else have their program certifications rescinded by Minnesota’s Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board (PELSB).
Teachers must now affirm extremist leftist views on human nature and sexual practices to be allowed to teach at government schools.
Teachers will need to make choices “anti-racist” — i.e. critical race theory — instructional strategies for students. Teachers must now affirm transgenderism in order to obtain a new license.
The revisions represent only the latest attack against American heritage in Minnesota’s public schools. The four Mount Rushmore presidents were removed from social studies standards by the state education department in 2013.
Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King Jr., Susan B. Anthony, John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan were also axed that year. The Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution were referred to in a limited way. Students were instructed that these documents did not contain universal principles of order liberty but were the opinions of a small group of 18th century men.
Ten years later, the vanguard is back. These are the changes made to the teacher licensing rules. “addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and percentages.” These are for teachers of all subjects. “The teacher fosters an environment that ensures student identities such as race/ethnicity, national origin, language, sex and gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical/developmental/emotional ability, socioeconomic class, and religious beliefs are historically and socially contextualized, affirmed, and incorporated into a learning environment where students are empowered to learn and contribute as their whole selves.”
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