R.I. Meyerholz Elementary School in San Jose, California reportedly held a lesson on “social identities” during a math class.

Third grade is a year of great academic growth, when students are challenged to accomplish a wide variety of skills from advanced multiplication and division, to reading chapter books and non-fiction, to learning cursive and more.

A public elementary school in California is taking a different route, teaching their third-grade students how to deconstruct their racial and sexual identities in order to understand “power and privilege,” according to the Daily Caller.

R.I. Meyerholz Elementary School in San Jose, California reportedly held a lesson on “social identities” during a math class, during which the teacher required students to list their race, class, gender, religion and family structure in an “identity map,” Discovery Institute scholar Christopher Rufo reported.