Teachers Warned About 'Anti-Satanists'

Washington, DC. (EP)-

As Halloween approached, the nations teachers were warned to be on the

lookout, not for Satanic activity, but for people who oppose it.

An article in the October issue of NEA Today, a publication of the National

Education Association, warned educators that parents who express concerns

about occult activity in schools are actually trying to undermine public


"And most important of all, report 'anti-satanist' activity immediately to

your local (education) association," the article advised. "It's your best

defense against what's usually the real aim of such activity--an attack on

public education."

The article warned that anti-satanists "panic the public by

exagerating....they tailor the facts to suit their beliefs." It noted that

"right-wing and religious extremeists have accused school employees of

witchcraft for using majic circles as a teaching technique, have forced

school libraries to remove books that mention witches, or have secured bans

on textbooks containing stories about violence or sorcery."

What were teachers to do if parental "hysteria" hit a school at Haloween? The

article quoted an educator's advice: "Be watchful. Don't let any element in

the community take the schools captive and make decisions that are rightfully


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