The Daily Caller (DC) reports on Qatar Foundation International (QFI)'s funding for Arabic instruction in America's public schools, providing a listing of K-12 schools and public colleges that receive grants from the Islamist monarchy-owned enterprise.
As DC points out, QFI's nefarious influence on US education was felt in the recent controversy over a proposed ethnic studies curriculum for California's public schools. One of the drafters of the curriculum---which has since been retracted due to public outcry over anti-Israel bias and radicalism---a Southern California teacher named Samia Shoman, has authored lesson plans on QFI's website for teaching Palestinian history.
Turning to higher education and noting that "Georgetown University has received more funding from Qatar than any other U.S. university, totaling $333 million," DC cites a 2017 Campus Watch report on "Islamists and apologists" among Georgetown's Middle East studies faculty.
If this is what Qatari money can buy, American parents should be on guard.