Trump Promises to Shut Down Department of Education When Reelected to Combat DEI, CRT, and Woke Sexual Content

by J Pelkey
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During his fiery speech in Philadelphia this past Saturday, President Trump promised to shut down the federal Department of Education when he is re-elected.

His ambitious plan aims to end the indoctrination of students through Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) programs, Critical Race Theory (CRT), and the inclusion of “woke sexual content” in school curricula.

For many years, American schools have been infiltrated by leftist teachers and administrators who prioritize political agendas over education.

At the rally, he detailed his vision for a major overhaul of the American education system, advocating for a shift from federal oversight to state control.

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“I will shut down the federal Department of Education, and we will move everything back to the states where it belongs and where they can individualize education and do it with the love for their children,” Trump said.


President Trump has consistently advocated for school choice and local control, arguing that parents and local communities are best equipped to understand and address the needs of their students.

Watch President Trump’s Ten Principles For Great Schools Leading To Great Jobs below:

  • Parental Control: Respect the right of parents to control the education of their children.
  • Empowerment of Local Schools: Empower parents and local school boards to hire and reward great principals and teachers, and to fire those whose performance is unsatisfactory.
  • Focus on Essential Learning: Ensure that classrooms focus on teaching essential knowledge and skills like reading, writing, math, science, and arithmetic rather than political indoctrination.
  • Patriotism in Education: Teach students to love their country.
  • Prayer in Schools: Support the reintroduction of prayer in schools.
  • Safe and Secure Environment: Maintain schools that are safe, secure, and drug-free, with immediate expulsion for students who harm others.
  • School Choice: Give parents the right to choose different schools for their children, promoting school choice.
  • Project-Based Learning: Ensure students have access to project-based learning experiences to prepare them for practical, real-world work.
  • Internships and Work Experiences: Strive to provide all students with access to internships and work experiences that pave the way to their first job.
  • Career Counseling: Ensure that all schools offer excellent job and career counseling to help students prepare for their future careers according to their talents.


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