This mom is connected. Plugged in and paying attention. She is active with the school and has taught as a substitute. But they still managed to sneak Critical Race Theory past her because they called it something else.
Sure does look that way! Requiring students to wear a mask for school, or athletics is by definition mandating a physical restraint. A mask “[o]bstructs a child’s respiratory airway or impairs the child’s breathing or respiratory capacity or restricts the movement required for normal breathing.”
Our “friends” on the left have released a fresh round of artillery in the culture war. “The Rochester, Minnesota, school board has declared “Black Lives Matter” to be “government speech” to prohibit debate and prevent anyone from expressing a contrary opinion.
Economic leveling is an idea sold as making poor people more equal. What it does is make more Middle-Class people poor while the elite ruling class gets richer. At least one State Board of education has applied this thinking to math. They want to hold kids back so others will feel more equal.
Today, students at Bedford High School are taking part in a school-supported “day of silence” described as a “silent demonstration” for LGBTQA+ rights. Participation earns students 6 “Democracy Hours,” hours that count as “Real World Learning Hours,” a requirement for graduation.
The Iron Triangle, House of Cards, and the Burden of Proof In United States politics, the “iron triangle” comprises the policy-making relationship among the congressional committees, the bureaucracy, and interest groups, as described in 1981 by Gordon Adams.
Will your child be taught that they are evil in school? It sure looks that way. Racism has been accurately described as evil. Throughout history, we have examples of how racist ideology has resulted in slavery, oppression, and prejudice. There is no other way to describe it.
Exeter, New Hampshire schools are all-in on the indoctrination program. Superintendent Dave Ryan is pushing race politics, but he’s not alone in advocating partisan stupid. Back in January, Exeter Cooperative Middle School Principle (CMS) Patty Wons offered some tips in the Capitol Riot’s wake.