In a classroom full of 14 and 15 year old freshmen and sophomores at St. Joseph-Ogden High School in St. Joseph, Ill, were subjected to a rather odd class assignment. They were given ten people and they had to decide which 6 would live and which 4 would die. Ten people needed kidney dialysis but they only had facilities for six. They were given information about each one and they had to decide which ones were expendable and which were necessary.
It sounds like desensitivity training to me. And in likelihood, it’s connected into the common core curruculum. Common core is the device the left uses to indoctrinate our youth to make the unthinkable and fundamentally transform it into normal everyday thinking.