What would you do if your sixth grader came home with a homework assignment about cocaine smuggling? I’m talking about an exercise listing the steps of the cocaine trade from the cartels to the street dealer to drug labs. Not the assignment I would be happy about my sixth grader doing.

The father of an 11-year-old Keller, Texas student was shocked when noticed “cocaine” written in bold letters across his sons assignment.

The assignment was supposed to teach students how to follow a sequence. What happened to the death and prison parts of the sequence? It doesn’t stop at the lab.

I don’t think it’s a good idea to have any kid studying the drug trade.