School is getting tougher for youngsters . . . Critics allege that even the youngest students are questioned about their identity and politics at increasingly early ages.
Also, it shouldn't be disputed by ANYONE, that public school classrooms are becoming so politicized that they're essentially useless.
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Attorney General Eric Schmitt on Monday agreed to investigate the issue after being alerted to the practice by the Southeast Legal Foundation, which was retained by Webster Groves parents after they learned of the practice.
'We appreciate the Southeast Legal Foundation for bringing their concerns to the office, and have received similar allegations in districts across the state,' Missouri Attorney General spokesman Chris Nuelle said in an email.
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Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt will investigate the school surveys after parents complained that it violated their privacy Education companies Panorama and Project Wayfinder, which sell the quizzes for top dollar, will not comment Law prohibits students from being questioned with parental permission Webster Groves School District won't say who it shares the answers with Southeast Legal Foundation lawyer Kimberly Herman said that the new lessons have a tendency to edge out the traditional curriculum 'What it really amounts to is racial programming,' she said.