EDUCATION WITHOUT INDOCTRINATION
"The teacher stands in a position of power as disciplinarian, role model, and educator. Students are constantly in the presence of their peers, who may observe their every action. The students are, in a real sense, a captive audience vulnerable to even silent forms of ... indoctrination."
Roberts v. Madigan, 702 F. Supp. 1505 (D. Colo. 1989)
Recognizing the immense power of teachers to shape the minds of impressionable students, we work to ensure that teachers do not inject their personal ideologies into their curricula. We examine course content for biased, non-factual material, and work with school districts and institutions of higher learning to eliminate propaganda.