SPLC released a report entitled "The Trump Effect: The Impact of the 2016 Presidential Election on Our Nation's Schools."
It gathered and assessed data from about 10,000 educators of K-12 across the country concluding that "the results of the election are having a profoundly negative impact on schools and students" and that "ninety percent of educators report that school climate has been negatively affected, and most of them believe it will have a long-lasting impact."
The problem with the SPLC report was the fact that they were only interested in bigotry in one direction. Of the 10,000 teachers surveyed, "Four in 10 have heard derogatory language directed at students of color, Muslims, immigrants and people based on gender or sexual orientation."
SPLC asked whether or not respondents "have heard derogatory language or slurs about white students" but they did not include those answers in their report. Sperry requested the information from SPLC and their spokes-progressive Kirsten Bokenkamp told him that "about 20 percent answered affirmatively to that question."
So it was okay with SPLC to leave out 2,000 incidents of anti-white bias--that is disgusting.
SPLC says that it isn't a partisan organization and they are not a lobby group for the Democratic Party and don't exclusively champion Muslims and other minorities.
Anti-white hate doesn't work well for SPLC. "They left that result out because it would not fit their ideological narrative," Hans Bader, a former Education Department civil rights attorney told The New York Post. "It was deemed an inconvenient truth," he said.
SPLC is about as honest as a Hillary Clinton southern accent.