Is it ok for schools to ask students about “any perceived privilege they think they may have” and to play game of “Privilege Bingo” in the classroom?

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Is it ok for schools to ask students about “any perceived privilege they think they may have” and to play game of “Privilege Bingo” in the classroom?
Is it ok for schools to ask students about “any perceived privilege they think they may have” and to play game of “Privilege Bingo” in the classroom?
Is it ok for schools to ask students about “any perceived privilege they think they may have” and to play game of “Privilege Bingo” in the classroom?
Reference article: https://www.toddstarnes.com/education/virginia-public-schools-tells-military-kids-they-have-privilege/

Note: per the above reference article, “According to screenshots and curriculum information retained by the Daily Wire, the students would play “privilege bingo” where they would get privilege points depending on how many squares they marked.

Some of the squares listed: “white,” “Christian,” “heterosexual,” “cisgender,” “male,” “mentally healthy,’ — and “military kid.” “
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