By Kristina Watrobski | Full article published at The National Desk
WASHINGTON (CITC) — The Pentagon is continuing to covertly include elements of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in its K-12 schools despite public pressure, according to a new report.
However, in a report released Thursday, nonprofit OpenTheBooks.com claims instead of being "dismantled," the practices are now "stealthily embedded" into classrooms across the military's K-12 educational arm. DoDEA has spent a combined nearly $6 million since 2019 on education vendors which provide materials related to DEI, according to the report.
Adam Andrzejewski, the CEO and founder of OpenTheBooks.com, feels the findings pose a unique challenge for U.S. military families. He noted to Crisis in the Classroom (CITC) Thursday such families often have "little choice" but to send their children to DoDEA schools.
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