Can you imagine if your child brought home an assignment that was clearly meant to indoctrinate them? Well, a dad was shocked to find a homework assignment that did just that. Please see the photo below of the homework an 11-year old from New York brought home.

Luckily, the daughter asked her dad for help with the homework.

If this happened to you, would you insist on knowing who made up the questions? We certainly would!

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Via PJ Media:

It’s so bad that now an 11-year-old in Annadale, New York, was docked 15 points on a homework assignment because she failed to answer a question demanding students bash Trump:

Vincent Ungro, a dad from Annadale, New York, has an 11-year-old daughter who attends I.S. (Intermediate School) 75. She asked him for help with her vocabulary homework last Friday night because she was trying to fill in the blanks from a word bank to complete her assignment — and was really puzzled.
“President Trump speaks in a very superior and _________ manner insulting many people. He needs to be more __________ so that the American people respect and admire him,” read one homework sentence.

The next question was: “Barack Obama set a _________ when he became the first African-American president.”

And what were the choices for the two questions, you ask? These three words: “haughty,” “humble,” and “precedent.” You can guess which ones were meant to be the “correct” answers in this teacher’s mind.

Ungro, 46, told his daughter not to fill in those blanks — and wrote a note to the teacher, Adria Zawatsky, on the homework sheet, as The Post noted. “Please keep your political views to yourself and do not try to influence my children on them. Thank you,” he wrote.

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We’re not sure we’d be so nice and we wouldn’t end the note in one sentence. It would also be important to go and meet the teacher to discuss with her. What do you think you’d do?

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