Learn Your A-B-CCPs: China Spent $17 Million Funding U.S. Schools

Parents Defending Education, a group that advocates for education in America, has published a report entitled “Little Red Classrooms” which reveals how China funds various schools throughout the U.S.

According to the report, China funneled $17.967.565.12 from 2009-2023 to 134 schools located in 34 states, plus Washington D.C. The CCP still pays for some of the expired contracts, even though they are no longer in effect.

Seattle Public Schools (Washington)

Highland Park Independent School district, Texas


Tulsa Public Schools in Okla.

Cloverport Independent School District, Ky.

Minnetonka Public Schools in Minnetonka, Minn.

St. Cloud Area School District, Minn.

Sisters School District (Ore.)

Confucius say, “WTF?”

The report outlines how the money comes through Confucius Institutes and its elementary-through-high school programming called “Confucius Classrooms.”

The report:

According to the National Association of Scholars’ report, Confucius institutes and their K-12 program Confucius Classrooms are “centers” that teach Chinese culture and language. Confucius programs create a partnership between K-12 school, universities, or nonprofits and a Chinese government agency.

The report contains some disturbing information.

The CCP has links with schools near 20 military base;

CCP programs are a part of three of the nation’s best science and technology high school;

Thomas Jefferson High School, Falls Church, Va. has raised about $1 million over the past decade.

The report focuses on China’s Belt and Road Initiative.

Confucius Institutes and Confucius Classrooms in the United States, as well as other Chinese-backed programs in the United States, support Belt and Road Initiative initiatives. Hanban’s 2017 report said that “Confucius Institutes are a vital force in international cooperation, under the Belt and Road initiative.” A Chinese state-run media article published in 2016 “lauded’ Confucius Institutes and Confucius Classrooms as promoting the Belt and Road Initiative.

It’s a good idea to remind yourself who was involved in BRI.

How many schools teach CRT? How many of these schools have a “drag queen storytelling hour”? What is being done, more importantly, to stop the invasion of this invading school system?

Rep. Mike Waltz, R-Fla., wants answers.

Waltz told The Daily Mail that the CCP is not only trying to promote its propaganda through education programs, but they are also using Chinese shell companies in order to buy American private schools across the country.

Sen. Roger Marshall, R-Kan., is calling for immediate action. He has introduced a bill which would prohibit federal agencies from funding any research in China, or “any entity”, owned by Chinese.

Marshall told The Daily Mail that “it is time for the administration to realize what they are up against.”

It will be hard to push China off our farms, skies and schools, while the White House occupants have an increasing list of CCP ties.