Moses Rifkin, a high school physics teacher in Seattle, uses his physics classes to teach his students social justice, liberal values, and identity politics. I don’t remember physics and all the scientific laws that come with it ever being able to answer questions of social constructs. University Prep, the school Mr. Rifkin teaches in, charges 30,700 for their high school students’ annual tuition. If you’re a parent sending their child to an expensive private school, do you think your money should fund science classes that impose subjective political ideology instead of teaching real science?
What next? Teach creationism as empirical science in physics?