ORANGE, N.J. – Marylin Zuniga’s third-grade class letter writing project to convicted cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal is just the latest example of her successful attempts to inject radical politics into her classroom.

Judging by the Forest Street School teacher’s Twitter feed, she regularly brings up race issues to her students.

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In an April 5 tweet, Zuniga boasted that she dropped off her class’s letters to her “comrade” Johanna Fernandez, the professor who delivered them to the imprisoned Abu-Jamal.

“Comrade” is a favorite term among far-leftists.

The Daily Mail published a photo of the letters:

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During Black History Month, Zuniga had her students consider a quote from Mumia: “As long as one just person is silenced, there is no justice.”

Zuniga is likely never taught her 8-year-olds about the night when Mumia Abu-Jamal, formerly known as Wesley Cook, “silenced” Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner by putting a bullet between his eyes.

But the teacher seems somewhat infatuated with the cop killer.

Consider these tweets from Christmas Eve.

Zuniga also had her students write about the death of Eric Garner in New York City.

She posted the letter of one students:

I believe that a WHITE police will just jump on a BLACK man and acusse him of selling ciggarets so what many people sell ciggarets you why would you coke someone to death for doing something iligle

After a protest in New York City, Zuniga had her students watch videos about it and write “their own creative chants/lyrics to be used at future marches.”

Great Schools reports Forest Street School earns 2 out of 10 stars based on “test scores, student academic growth, and college readiness.”

According to the site, in 2014, 58 percent of 3rd graders were proficient in reading and writing while 62 percent were proficient in math.

Who needs to know how to add and subtract when the next “Hands Up Don’t Shoot” chant needs to be dreamed up?