Ø Advocate ethnic solidarity instead of the treatment of pupils as individuals. " So ethnic solidarity is no good? Gotcha. Also out are courses or classes designed primarily for a particular ethnic group. Oh well, it's not like bilingual education ever helped anybody, right? At least we have some stringently coherent and meticulously defined guidelines to protect ourselves from Mexican terrorism. Arizona Superintendent For Public Instruction Bob Horne instructs us on ethnic chauvinism,
"Traditionally, the American public school system has brought together students from different backgrounds and taught them to be Americans and to treat each other as individuals, and not on the basis of their ethnic backgrounds," Horne said. "This is consistent with the fundamental American value that we are all individuals, not exemplars of whatever ethnic groups we were born into. Ethnic studies programs teach the opposite, and are designed to promote ethnic chauvinism."