School Districts in Georgia and Texas are using the Panorama material distributed by the Attorney General’s son-in-law which equates MAGA to the KKK.
On Monday US Attorney General Merrick Garland ordered his FBI to mobilize against parents who oppose the racist critical race theory (CRT) at school and other local board meetings across the country.
AG Merrick Garland Instructs FBI to Mobilize Against Parents Who Oppose Critical Race Theory, Covid Mandates in Public Schools
Then Wednesday we revealed the fact that AG Garland’s son-in-law runs a company that sells CRT literature across the country. This is big business and very profitable. His company is named Panorama.
AG Garland Threatens Parents Who Criticize Critical Race Theory (CRT) – His Son-In-Law Sells CRT Books to Schools
Then we found out Panorama material is being used in the Clayton, Missouri School District in St. Louis County.
BREAKING EXCLUSIVE: Clayton Missouri School District Is Using US AG Garland’s Son-In-Law’s Panorama Books Pushing CRT – Is Your District Too?
Then we found that the large county next to Washington DC, Fairfax County in Virginia is paying millions for Panorama material used to poison the minds of children there as well.
Fairfax County, Virginia Public Schools Have Also Signed on to a Million Dollar CRT ‘Education’ Package with AG Garland’s Son-In-Law’s Company Panorama
Overnight we received more information on where Panorama material is used across the country. We learned that it is used in Texas.
We also learned that Panorama is used in Georgia per a report on Cherokee County’s Schools approval of next year’s budget:
CCSD has used Panorama for an optional, anonymous survey of students to help guide the focus of future SEL lessons. For example, the survey data shows growth in areas including: how well students can persevere through setbacks to achieve important long-term goals; how well students consider the perspectives of others and empathize with them; and how well students deliberately use strategies to manage their own learning processes generally. Parents can opt their child out of surveys and are given opportunities to do so.
We also have some additional information on Panorama material that pushes garbage lies that equate MAGA to the KKK.
The left-wing education company co-founded by Merrick Garland’s son-in-law used a training session for teachers focused on “systemic racism,” recommending an article that referred to Trump rally-goers as “examples of white supremacy” akin to the Ku Klux Klan.
Panorama Education, co-founded by Xan Tanner, who is the group’s president, claims it has made its way into thousands of schools in the U.S., selling race-focused student and teacher surveys and conducting training on systemic racism and oppression, white supremacy, unconscious or implicit bias, and intersectionality, all under the rubric of “Social-Emotional Learning.” The company makes it clear that “SEL” is just a “vehicle” for achieving its goals related to “equity.”