“The inclusion of formal eugenics instruction in schools and colleges was more problematic than many disciples had foreseen. In some American states or Canadian provinces with majority Catholic or large immigrant populations, politicians and officials barred the gate to any overt inclusion of eugenics, especially at the high school level. There was considerable resistance on the part of school administrators, parents, and communities. Elsewhere, however, attempts at eugenics education found fertile ground. Several states of the American South, especially those states where racial segregation was already the law of the land, quickly made eugenics a much-desired field of study” (Kohlman 2013 p.671).