In his bid for the presidency in 2024, Donald Trump said he would seek to save American education from what he referred to as the Radical Left's "maniacs."
According to Trump's plan, which was provided to the Daily Caller, he would seek to address various cultural issues in education, such as gender ideology and critical race theory. He would also cut federal funding for schools that promote these types of ideologies.
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Trump also proposed various reforms for schools. One of these would be to remove Marxist-inspired content from classrooms. He claims that Marxism is a new religion that is hostile to Christian teachings, and he vowed to aggressively pursue violations of the Constitution and the establishment clause.
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He also vowed to remove the radical left from the Department of Education. He claims that these individuals have been given unchecked power by President Joe Biden. He said they would be fired and escorted out of the building.
Trump also promised to hire teachers who are passionate about their beliefs, and he would fund schools that adopt various reforms. Some of these include the abolition of tenure for teachers, the reduction of diversity, equity, and inclusion funding, the establishment of a parental bill of rights, and the creation of a school choice system.
"According to Trump, the parents are the most important factors that influence the success of a school. He claims that they should be able to fire the school's principal if they are not satisfied with the results."
In November, Donald Trump officially announced his intention to run for the presidency again in 2024. He is the first candidate to officially enter the race for the White House.
"In his speech, Trump stated that if he were elected president, he would immediately put parents in charge of schools, and he would seek to remove the pink-haired communist instructors from classrooms. He also promised to improve the quality of education in the country by giving parents the final say in the curriculum."
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Daily Caller.