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“Truth will ultimately prevail where there is pains to bring it to light,” George Washington. Thanks to our panel of moms who take the pains everyday to understand the truth about the insideous teachings in our schools and share it with us. Most important, sharing exactly what we can do about it. A big thank you to Speaker Pro Tem Jan Jones for the legislative update and her work to lead the General Assembly toward restoring election integrity and efforts to restore proper instruction to all students in Georgia. #gagop #gapol #parentstrumpgovernment #StopCRT #educationreform #restorecivics
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Critical race theory (CRT) has become one of the largest concerns in America as various groups attempt to make it a required part of professional and educational life. CRT is the idea that America is, at its foundation, a racist country that continues to allow white people to benefit from the continued practice of discrimination and prejudice today. It advocates a form of original sin for white people and a perpetual status of victimhood for minorities, especially black people. The bottom line is, it teaches racism, bigotry, hate, and dependence, and the war against CRT has begun, and one Florida mother is on the front lines, tearing it apart. While the left would love to write this opposition off as an attempt by white people to hold onto power, but Quisha King is a black woman, and she h...
The Patriot’s Editorial: In this ‘It’s All About Me’ world we live in, people believe they have the right to say whatever comes to mind. That includes: saying/writing anything to hurt, impugn or punish someone they disagree with. After listening to it in ‘ad nauseam’ for the paste couple of years, I thought I would try to make some sense of it.
Modern educators are dismissive of cursive. Indeed, many are hostile to such a degree that you should immediately suspect that they are up to something. Here is an education journalist providing the Party Line: “Cursive writing is an anachronism. Spending any classroom time on it is comparable to teaching how to use an abacus: it’s interesting as a history lesson, and probably offers some side benefits, but it is not at all practical as a day-to-day skill in the modern, connected world.”
by WALTER WILLIAMS What would you think if your 8-year-old came home and told you that “white privilege is something that white people have, meaning they have an advantage in a lot of things and they can get a job more easily”? You would have heard that at the recent 15th annual White Privilege Conference in Madison, Wisconsin, attended by 2,500 public-school teachers, administrators and students from across the nation. The average parent has no idea of the devious indoctrination going on in classrooms in many public schools. What follows are some of the lessons of the conference. In one of the workshops, “Examining White Privilege and Building Foundations for Social Justice Thinking in the Elementary Classroom,” educators Rosemary Colt and Diana Reeves told how teachers can “insert social...
BY STEVE STRAUB It’s becoming increasingly clear that Common Core is political indoctrination wrapped around education! From Renee Nal at EAG News: Would you ever consider the question ‘Whom do you want to be president?’ to be asked of your third grader during a math class (or any class)? Would you expect your fourth grader to be asked to create a chart of presidents along with their political persuasions? Or, how about a discussion on whether the 2000 presidential election resulted in a “fair” outcome? Or, what if the teacher for your sixth grader was advised to “be prepared” to discuss the “politically charged” 2000 election – all during math. Common Core aligned, of course. A curriculum developed by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics includes all of the above, all pro...
Posted by Jim Hoft Fourth graders in Dupo Illinois are reading a biography of Barack Obama by author Jane Sutcliffe. The book teaches children that white voters rejected Obama because of race. What absolute BS. The Illinois Review reported: The book – brought to the attention this week of those on the “Moms Against Duncan – MAD” Facebook page, goes on to say white Americans were hesitant to vote for a black president, and that Obama pushed the race issue to bring the nation together. “But some people said Americans weren’t ready for that much change. Sure Barack was a nice fellow, they said. But white voters would never vote for a black president. Other angry voices were raised. Barack’s former pastor called the country a failure. God would damn the United States for mistreating its black ...
By Alex Hopkins | The Washington Times A fierce battle in New York is the latest sign that populist resistance to the Obama administration-backed Common Core education reforms shows no signs of slowing — and that the opposition isn’t limited to red states. Since 2010, 45 states have adopted the Common Core benchmarks for proficiency in English and math for schoolchildren at the end of each grade. Critics say several states are experiencing buyers’ remorse after complaints from parents and scholars that the reforms are untested and poorly designed and put additional burdens on teachers and students. They also say Common Core represents a federal government intrusion into an area traditionally operated at the state and local levels. Read more…
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By Dan Cassuto KATU News and KATU.com Staff HILLSBORO, Ore. – Nine parents pulled their seventh- and eighth-graders out of math class and started teaching them at home, because they are upset with the new Common Core curriculum that public schools in Oregon are starting this year. Seventh-grader Amy Craig has always been an “A” student in math until this year. She came home with a “D.” The same thing happened to other students in her school. So their moms got together and decided to teach math themselves – an hour every morning. Then the kids go off to school for the rest of the day. This is the first school year when every public school in Oregon is using Common Core teaching standards. Forty-five other states use those, too. “Our teachers would tell you math...
A mother in the Bryant School District in Arkansas — a district using the controversial Common Corecurriculum — was surprised to learn her sixth-grade daughter was given a team assignment to revise the Bill of Rights, pruning two amendments from the Constitution while adding two others, Twitchy reported Monday, citing a report at the Digital Journal. The assignment made the assumption that the United States government has determined that the Bill of Rights “is outdated and may not remain in its current form any longer.” The children were to assume the persona of “experts on the Constitution and the Bill of Rights” in their aim to ensure that “the pursuit of happiness remains guarded in the 21st century,” despite the fact that the phrase “pursuit of happiness” exists...
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