(FOX NEWS) - A high school in Oregon is coming under fire from some angry parents after students in one class were assigned a "White Privilege Survey," leading to accusations the school was trying to push a particular brand of politics.
The assignment was for a Literature Composition class at Aloha High School, KATU reported Thursday. Students responded to statements including, "I can be in the company of people of my race most of the time," "I can be pretty sure that my neighbors in such a location will be neutral or pleasant to me" and "I am never asked to speak for all the people in my racial group," scoring them on how often they felt the ideas were true.
"I think he should be learning actual education and not be a part of some social experiment or some teacher's political agenda," commented Jason Schmidt, whose son is in the class.
"With the amount of money we pay for schools, they should be educating, not indoctrinating our students about the latest political fad or political agenda a teacher wants to get across," Schmidt added.
School officials were quick to defend the assignment.