Hegseth details progressives’ ‘destruction’ of US education in new book, Fox Nation special

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“Fox & Buddies Weekend” co-host Pete Hegseth details the “destruction” of governing administration education and how the still left has weaponized the classroom as a signifies to control the political sphere in his new book, “Fight for the American Intellect.”

Hegseth’s co-author David Goodwin joined Hegseth to go over how progressives have impacted training about the program of a century and how that has impacted the community discussion board. 

“1 of the most important items is that this was intentional, that they knew what they have been accomplishing,” Goodwin advised Hegseth on Sunday. “They essentially wrote about it in The New Republic, and there was a discussion going back and forth among many progressives at the time. And they claimed, if we’re going to manage the political signifies of this nation, we have to management the education and learning system.”


“And it took investigate all the way back to 1915 to see that, but then it unfolded over the training course,” he continued. 

Previously, Sunday, Hegseth held a panel job interview with learners who received a classical Christian education and learning to examine the influence of their religion-centered schooling amid the progressives’ drive to overhaul the method. 

“Learners across the country are missing out on the legitimate essence of literature, because… it truly is a viewpoint into historical past, and it can be a viewpoint into people’s worldviews and thoughts at the time,” Sarah Jacob, a graduate from Veritas Academy, stated. “And in my college at minimum, we ended up taught to grapple with and wrestle with all those ideas, and it manufactured us people who fully grasp extra thoroughly what we believe that and what other men and women feel.”

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Noah Settelen, a Philadelphia Classical School college student, highlighted how his training has offered an inclusive watch of the environment and all “sides of historical past.”

“I would like to assume that we discover all sides of the tale and that we get to emphasis on every single element of what… has happened in the past and what is happening today,” Settelen mentioned. “And then we search at that by the eyes of the historical Greeks and the eyes of just the intelligent men who have come ahead of us, somewhat than the eyes of the people of nowadays who are telling us that this is suitable and this is what requirements to be genuine, when there genuinely is no goal real truth now.”

“Fact is what society has made it,” Settelen mentioned.

A new episode of Fox Nation’s “MisEducation in The united states” will air Sunday night at 10 PM ET on the Fox Information Channel. The episode will be out there to stream on Fox Nation for subscribers quickly thereafter.