Elvert Barnes from Baltimore, Maryland, USA via Wikimedia Commons

Students in Virginia’s largest school district were recently forced to play a game of “Identify Your Privilege Bingo.”

Apparently, their woke millennial teachers thought it was a good idea.

Instead of letters and numbers on their score cards, students had squares that said things like “heterosexual,” “comfortable working outside alone,” and “feel safe around police officers.”

The Washington Free Beacon has more:

Students at Fairfax County’s Oakton High School were asked to self-identify their privilege for an exercise that the district says “was intended to provide students with an opportunity to reflect on their own experiences while building their critical thinking skills.” The bingo card contained squares based on race, identity, socioeconomic status, and family life and included categories such as “white,” “military kid,” “parents are married,” “mentally healthy,” “cisgender,” “have your own bedroom,” “Christian,” and “able-bodied.”

The district initially defended the lesson plan. Assistant Superintendent Douglas A. Tyson said that the card came from an approved Fairfax County Public Schools English curriculum lesson and was “an adept vehicle to push student thinking to challenge [an] author’s thoughts/conclusions and to sharpen their ability to critically read selected texts.”

After backlash from military families who viewed the lesson as a baseless attack, the district backtracked and said the activity would be “revised.”

Fairfax County Public School District “recognizes and honors the experiences of all our families, including those in service to our country in the military,” a district spokeswoman told The Federalist. “We have revised this activity. We apologize for any offense it may have unintentionally caused.”