About

Seeking Educational Excellence (SEE) is an organization committed to ending identity politics and the social justice agenda in schools.

The official definition for “social justice

“Justice in terms of the distribution of wealth, opportunities, and privileges within a society.”

A further explanation of social justice is described as, “a political and philosophical concept which holds that all people should have equal access to wealth, health, well-being, justice, and opportunity.”

While the social justice efforts on the surface sound reasonable, the initiatives put forth by “political and philosophic” means are achieving the exact opposite of what they originally set out to do.

For example, by implementing initiatives such as “diversity, equity and inclusion” it actually encourages “group think” based on one’s race, gender, or belief system. By separating America’s youth by ones beliefs, certain skin tones, and other features one may have, either consciously or subconsciously, further divides people rather than brings them together.

Moreover, by focusing on our differences in the name of “equality” is not what the late Martin Luther King, Jr. had in mind when he famously said, “I look to a day when people will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”

Sadly, America’s schools have deserted their commitment to educating young minds to be creative, think critically, and become a whole well-rounded individual ready to tackle the world when they graduate.

Instead, millions of dollars are poured into making sure everyone feels “equal” in class while the basic academic learning suffers.

Don’t believe us?

Take a look at a recent nation report card that found
only 34% of 8th graders are proficient in reading.

 

For too long the social justice agenda has devastated schools, corporations, and many other organizations, and impairs students’ personal empowerment and sense of purpose.

Further, SEE believes the social justice agenda fosters a sense of victimhood. Victimhood should not be a protected social class. It creates social disconnect and emotional paralysis, which can impair the potential upward social and economic mobility of students trying to make a place for themselves in the adult world.

And lastly, we do not want our society to be comprised of a generation of people who believe they are victims of the world they live in. We believe people need more than that to become productive citizens. They deserve more.

Are you ready to join SEE in the fight for the minds of America’s youth? Then please, sign up below for our latest initiatives and how you can help.




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