The National Education Association’s Goals of Ending Discrimination Are Antithetical to Christianity

The following goals are excerpted from the NEA resolutions passed at the 2001 Convention in Los Angeles: “A-13. Financial Support of Public Education. Funds must be provided for programs to alleviate race, gender, and sexual orientation discrimination and to eliminate portrayal of race, gender, and sexual orientation stereotypes in the public schools.” […]

If we are numbered among those who believe that “gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transgendered people” must be called to repentance, the goals of the NEA should be recognized for what they are. We “must increase respect, understanding, acceptance, and sensitivity” toward them regardless of what Scripture says. But still many Christians thoughtlessly send their children off to be educated by these people.

Douglas Wilson. The Case for Classical Christian Education. P.25