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Schools as Institutional racism

This Won’t Make Any Points With Progressives

I’m working hard to convince TMEW to homeschool the Grandson. She’s agreed, as a former teacher, to do a test trial over the summer as more and more I keep coming across material that Reading, Writing, and ‘Rithmetic are the core academic priorities.

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Promoted From the Comments – the Elitism Is Strong Within Her…..and Her Brother, Neil Dietsch. Part 2

Elitism – People taking away choices from other since the Start of Time. Steve started this ball rolling with his post about Jeanne Dietsch  (“NH Democrat Jeanne Deitsch – Elitist White-Tower Snob“) when she made it clear that a lot parents would be losers when and if they decided to homeschool their children (especially if …

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Useful Idiots

Blogline of the Day – Judge it to be true

It is easy to find the “man in the street” videos again (or, I’m just better at stumbling over them), especially those made by younger people asking (what should be rather easy questions) of their cohort. Easy being “at least in the ballpark.” Sadly,” easy” seems to really mean “unobtainable.”

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Learn Everywhere? No – you MUST learn HERE!

The Learn Everywhere program was an innovative program passed into law that allowed the Commissioner and Board of Education to create rules that allowed curriculum performed outside of the classroom to count for High School credit. Each School District, if the rules were adopted, would be ‘forced’ to accept said credits, even if performed by …

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Teacher: 1KM > 1 Mile. Kid challenges teacher. Teacher puts him into detention

“…would be better off simply accepting my teachings without resistance.” “Resistance“?  What a loaded word to use towards a parent. Wow!  Just wow! Teacher asserts that 1 kilometer is greater than 1 mile. The teacher was wrong: 1 mile = 1.6 km.  Kid disputes it, kid gets detention.  Over “tone”? You can certainly read it …

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