USPIE’s latest film ‘Truth & Lies in American Education’ reveals the horrifying truth about America’s schools
August 8, 2022
COLUMBIA, S. C. — Concerned Americans are growing more and more disturbed at the radical agenda infiltrating American schools. Reports of LGBTQ+ indoctrination, curriculum heavily influenced by critical race theory, sexually explicit and highly inappropriate, offensive material in addition to other insidious indoctrination tactics are inciting a flood of parents searching for the truth about what their children are being taught. Many parents are choosing to remove their children from public schools altogether, sending their children to private school or homeschooling rather than subjecting their children to harmful ideologies.
Sheri Few, president and founder of United States Parents Involved in Education (USPIE), is a strong advocate for parental rights in education. Few is an executive producer for USPIE’s latest feature film, “Truth & Lies in American Education,” which reveals the horrifying truth of what is happening in America’s schools.
“Parents need to be vigilant with their children’s education,” Few stated. “If we aren’t strong advocates for our children, who will be? Children are being indoctrinated against their country in government classrooms. They’re coming out of school thinking communism and Marxism is cool — yet we have the power to make our voices heard and put an end to this brainwashing.”
Few is currently at the forefront of her local push to reveal the toxic indoctrination in school systems. Few requested a copy of the teacher training materials from her local Kershaw County School District. Despite their initial cooperation, the school district failed to provide the materials, despite the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request Few submitted. Determined to uncover the truth, Few was forced to file a lawsuit against Kershaw County School District and vows to pursue this issue until the school district shares the training.
“Our children are the future of America and if we aren’t careful, we are going to become a communist country! I urge everyone to watch USPIE’s new film, ‘Truth & Lies in American Education,’ in order to see what’s really happening in our schools,” Few commented.
“Truth & Lies in American Education” follows Few’s own daughter-in-law, April Few, as she learns about the alarming liberal agenda throughout America’s school system. Driven by her own desire to safeguard her own children, April Few makes the shocking discovery that the governmental education system — the one intended to help and educate America’s children — has been infiltrated with toxic propaganda. The film addresses questions such as:
“Truth & Lies in American Education’ includes testimonies from educational experts such as Karen England, Alex Newman, Dr. Duke Pesta, Dr. Carol Swain, Sam Sorbo, and others.
For more information about “Truth & Lies in American Education,” including streaming information, click here.
Sheri Few is the Founder and President of United States Parents Involved in Education (USPIE) whose mission is to end the US Department of Education and all federal education mandates. USPIE has established 20 state chapters and is growing rapidly amid the national outcry from parents who want to regain control of their children’s education. Few is a nationally recognized leader on education policy and is often quoted in conservative media. Few has spent much of the last year exposing critical race theory and serving as executive producer for the new documentary film titled “Truth & Lies in American Education.”
United States Parents Involved in Education (USPIE) is a nonprofit, nationwide coalition that seeks to return education to its proper local roots and restore parental authority over their children’s education by helping parents and local communities to escape federal and other national influences. It is the vision of USPIE to create a culture where parents, empowered with the authority to choose what and how their children learn, are the undisputed primary educators of their children, where local schools operate in support of families, and where education is unencumbered by federal mandates.