Florida County Trains Teachers Not to be “Neutral” or “Color Blind:” “Opportunity is Not Equal”

April 25, 2022 Updated 4:27 PM ET

Lee County Schools slide show teaching
Lee County Schools slide show teaching "white privilege"

April 25, 2022 Updated 4:26 P.M. ET

FORT MYERS (FLV) – According to internal documents from the Lee County School District, teachers are trained to learn and accept principles of critical race theory and other radical left-wing beliefs.

Images show that the slides in a virtual training for teachers come from the FutureMakers Coalition.

“Opportunity is not equal,” one slide shows.

FutureMakers Coalition teacher training in the Lee County School District

The slide presentation went on to repeat other left-wing doctrine like the notion that “white privilege” is demonstrated by being “individualistic,” “neutral,” “perfection,” “color blind, “contextual,” and “innocent.”

FutureMakers Coalition teacher training in the Lee County School District

Other slides claimed that “over policing” is evidence of the “structural revolution of racism in the U.S.,” and that the “cycle of racism” involves “structural racism” and “implicit bias.”

FutureMakers Coalition teacher training in the Lee County School District

FLV reached out to the Lee County School Board members and has not received a response.

A spokesman for the Lee County School District told Brendon Leslie, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of FLV, that the slideshow presentation “was a voluntary event that some non-instructional staff attended.”

Upon being asked why any staff would be taught the contents of the presentation, he said its purpose is “to foster college and career readiness for our students and families.”

Leslie then asked how teaching that white people are systematically racist helps with college and career readiness. The spokesman repeated his initial response that the event was “voluntary.”

However, that runs contrary to a source within the Lee County School District, who told FLV that faculty were never told it was voluntary.

“They slyly try to change terminology so they don’t get in trouble,” they said.

Also contrary to the Lee County spokesman, the source said that instructional staff – teachers – were there.

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