CA public schools' anti-Christian agenda exposed

Friday, September 14, 2012
Becky Yeh - California correspondent (

A California legal group says the state's public school system has an agenda to silence the Christian worldview.

Advocates for Faith and Freedom is releasing a booklet titled Hijacked K-12, which highlights the radical agenda within California public schools. The booklet tells parents what they need to know about the agenda to silence Christian speech and Christian beliefs.

Tyler, Robert (Advocates for Faith & Freedom)Robert Tyler, general counsel for the legal group, tells OneNewsNow that California public schools have become an environment where hostility toward Christian views are prominent.

"It is a booklet that exposes the radical agenda in public schools to indoctrinate our kids with an anti-Christian agenda, but also censors any viewpoints that really comes from a Christian perspective on issues of homosexuality, abortion or any other social causes," he reports. "There is a serious threat in our culture today, and that is the public school system really censoring a Christian worldview."

Hijacked outlines the move by California schools to redefine gender, impose and promote acceptance of alternate lifestyles, rewrite history and curb parental rights. The booklet also includes the radical agenda of the California Teachers' Association to further promote gender liberation.

The booklet suggests stepts that California parents and teachers can follow to take action.

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