The left is determined to move their higher education talking points into the realm of K-12.

Campus Reform reports:

Future teachers offered Master’s in ‘social justice’ curriculum

Loyola University Maryland recently announced that it will offer a Master’s degree program with a focus on “Curriculum and Instruction for Social Justice” for aspiring K-12 teachers.

According to the school’s website, the “33-credit Master of Arts degree is designed to help students understand the broader field of education, critically analyze it, and consider it as an instrument of positive change.”

“Grounded in social justice theories and informed by current understandings of learning, graduates will appreciate the rich assets within marginalized communities that can be harnessed to enhance the lives of students and empower communities, while understanding how dominant structures and institutions have been created resulting in adverse purposes,” the university explains.

Admitted students will be able to choose from two pathways: a “thematic” program or one based on teaching English language learners.

While students in the thematic program will have relatively broad flexibility to choose courses that apply toward their degree, those enrolled in the Teaching English Language Learners (TELL) pathway must complete five specific courses that are required to earn a TELL concentration in any program.