Are these the people you want teaching your children?

The Professor Watchlist has identified countless educators across the nation who push radical, anti-American narratives in the classroom.


Joshua Clover is a professor of English at the UC Davis, who specializes in “critical theory, Marxism, political theory, political economy, poetry, and poetics.” Clover is widely condemned for tweets advocating for the murder of police officers.

He wrote, “I am thankful that every living cop will one day be dead, some by their own hand, some by others, too many of old age #letsnotmakemore”

Click to read about Joshua Clover – UC Davis


Jesse Goldberg is a self-described “radical anti-racist white teacher” and has repeatedly demonized police officers on his personal social media accounts.

He wrote, “ACAB. Yes, all. Police do not protect people. They protect capital. Cops are instruments of violence on behalf of capital. Literally the only ethical decision for a cop in this moment is to refuse to do their job, to quit. The only good cop is a cop who quits.”

Click to read about Jesse A. Goldberg – Auburn University


Mark Bray is a history professor at Rutgers University. He is the author of “The Anti-Fascist Handbook” and has offered to donate the book’s proceeds to ANTIFA. 

Click to read about Mark Bray – Rutgers University


Margo Kaplan is a professor of law at Rutgers University. Kaplan has spent her recent career attempting to normalize pedophilia, advocating for the reclassification of pedophilia as a mental disorder so that pedophiles may be awarded more civil rights.

Click to read about Margo Kaplan – Rutgers University


Timothy Snediker works in the Department of Religious Studies at UC Santa Barbara. When asked what he would do if he could travel 2000 years back in time, he tweeted: “Easy. I would find and assassinate Jesus of Nazareth.” 

Click to read about Timothy Snediker – UC Santa Barbara


Elizabeth Bartholet is the Morris Wasserstein Public Interest Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the Child Advocacy Program at Harvard University. 
Bartholet is a vocal and visceral opponent of home-schooling, describing it as “near-absolute parental power” and “inconsistent” with the human rights of children.

Click to learn about Elizabeth Bartholet – Harvard University