Help save our children one textbook at a time

The next generation of Americans is being indoctrinated by Islamic supremacists who are in positions of power and influence over school curricula.  They are stealing our children’s minds and setting the United States up to sink even farther into a morass of ignorance.

I cannot stress enough how critical it is that we understand what is going on in our schools (public, private, and parochial) and do everything in our power to stop it.  Having written a couple of articles on Islam in our schools (most recent article here), I wanted to highlight an important initiative.  Citizen Warrior writing at Counter Jihad Report explains:

Truth in Textbooks (TNT)…along with Textbook Alert are combining and joining ACT for America Education to form the most extensive teams of social studies textbook reviewers in the country. TNT is seeking volunteers to review social studies textbooks. Training classes will begin in April, July and Oct 2016….

 

The goal is to have a total of 300-500 volunteers fully trained by the end of this year. Upon completion of the specialized TNT training, graduates will be asked to donate 6 weeks a year to assist teachers, parents and concerned citizens with not just social studies textbook review but requested reviews of any supplemental material, videos and other instructional material submitted to TNT. A full report including clear documentation of any errors will be provided free of charge to the submitters of the material. TNT will also provide experts to assist in helping you work with schools, school boards and other educational entities to affect change.

 

The first class, 2016 A, made up of volunteers from 18 states is undergoing training and completes their training in late March for a review of textbooks in North Carolina. Recruitment, screening and selection for Class 2016 B is underway now and you can write totnt@actforamerica.org to express your interest in participating. You will receive more information and a survey to complete.

 

It appears that 1,500 errors have been found by textbook reviewers so far, and of those, over 60% of the material was either removed or changed.  Ultimately, 50 concerned citizens impacted the education of 5 million children, helping to ensure they received “more factually correct and less politically biased textbooks for the next 10 years.”  Examples of errors include:

 

·      McGraw Hill World History textbook, 2014 edition: “In the conquered territories of Asia and North Africa there were peaceful interactions among Muslim, Christian, and Jewish societies.”

 

·      Houghton Mifflin World History textbook, 2014 edition: “Sharia law requires Muslim leaders to extend religious tolerance to Christians and Jews.”

 

For many more examples, see executive summaries here.

 

I hope AT readers will join this important initiative.  To learn more, please write to tnt@actforamerica.org.

The next generation of Americans is being indoctrinated by Islamic supremacists who are in positions of power and influence over school curricula.  They are stealing our children’s minds and setting the United States up to sink even farther into a morass of ignorance.

I cannot stress enough how critical it is that we understand what is going on in our schools (public, private, and parochial) and do everything in our power to stop it.  Having written a couple of articles on Islam in our schools (most recent article here), I wanted to highlight an important initiative.  Citizen Warrior writing at Counter Jihad Report explains:

Truth in Textbooks (TNT)…along with Textbook Alert are combining and joining ACT for America Education to form the most extensive teams of social studies textbook reviewers in the country. TNT is seeking volunteers to review social studies textbooks. Training classes will begin in April, July and Oct 2016….

 

The goal is to have a total of 300-500 volunteers fully trained by the end of this year. Upon completion of the specialized TNT training, graduates will be asked to donate 6 weeks a year to assist teachers, parents and concerned citizens with not just social studies textbook review but requested reviews of any supplemental material, videos and other instructional material submitted to TNT. A full report including clear documentation of any errors will be provided free of charge to the submitters of the material. TNT will also provide experts to assist in helping you work with schools, school boards and other educational entities to affect change.

 

The first class, 2016 A, made up of volunteers from 18 states is undergoing training and completes their training in late March for a review of textbooks in North Carolina. Recruitment, screening and selection for Class 2016 B is underway now and you can write totnt@actforamerica.org to express your interest in participating. You will receive more information and a survey to complete.

 

It appears that 1,500 errors have been found by textbook reviewers so far, and of those, over 60% of the material was either removed or changed.  Ultimately, 50 concerned citizens impacted the education of 5 million children, helping to ensure they received “more factually correct and less politically biased textbooks for the next 10 years.”  Examples of errors include:

 

·      McGraw Hill World History textbook, 2014 edition: “In the conquered territories of Asia and North Africa there were peaceful interactions among Muslim, Christian, and Jewish societies.”

 

·      Houghton Mifflin World History textbook, 2014 edition: “Sharia law requires Muslim leaders to extend religious tolerance to Christians and Jews.”

 

For many more examples, see executive summaries here.

 

I hope AT readers will join this important initiative.  To learn more, please write to tnt@actforamerica.org.