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Posted on 01/16/2009 12:56:19 PM PST by bs9021
Pornography Prep Schools by: Daniel Allen, January 16, 2009
What did your sixth grader learn at school today? There is a good chance that she learned how to use a condom, or learned about homosexual relations from a gay activist. Or maybe it was a more innocent lesson about the importance of jihad, and how to pray to Allah. Tomorrow it might be a lesson about suicide, or a class discussion about stupid rules at home and parental incompetence.
The unfortunate truth, as documented in From Crayons to Condoms: The Ugly Truth about Americas Public Schools, a collection of stories compiled by Steve Baldwin and Karen Holgate, is that kids of every age are subjected to material years beyond their maturity level, ranging from merely inappropriate to blatantly obscene. This is all happening in publicly funded schools, where a childs formative experiences are meant to occur and a love for learning is supposed to be nurtured.
Baldwin, who has been actively involved in education reform for years, explained in an interview that the problem is widespread, though it is most acute in urban areas. He strongly encourages parents who can afford it to enroll their children in private schools until changes have been made in the school systems. For most, however, public schooling is the only option.
Baldwin and Holgate have done parents nation-wide a service by compiling a collection of stories that highlight some of the horrors parents experience sending their kids to public schools. The book is a simple, and often shocking, journey through a public school system plagued by political correctness. The school has become an environment where activists can force their agenda on very young children, often at the expense of traditional forms of learning like spelling and math...
(Excerpt) Read more at campusreportonline.net ...
I MA, gay Activists who go into scholls and talk about sex to 6th graders do not have to undergo CORI criminal background checks. But if the Kiwanis Club wants to participate in RIF, they do.
When my youngest was in the second grade (1988) her class was taught the number to social services, just in case they needed it.
Needless to say she “threatened” me with that knowledge.......yes I handed her the phone and said call.........(you know what was said next).
Was never a problem after that.
These issues have been going on for years, which is why home schooling is growing.
When it comes to school, there’s no place like home.
Unfortunately, we may not be able to homeschool in New Hampshire much longer.
The new politburo and their stalinist stooges want to enact the most draconian anti-Homeschool laws in the country.
Even the communist bastion of Vermont has better homeschool laws than NH does even now.
We may have to consider a move to Vermont. It looks like a losing fight here in NH.
We in Texas have two girls in the public school system, we have signed documents that our children will not be included in such education. And to tell you the truth the school administration here abide by the wishes of the parents. We will home school starting next year as we are not afforded the same luxury from the middle school. I relocated from the socialist state of Wisconsin two years ago and was never once provided with any such document, it was implied that you as a parent did not know what was good for your own children but the State did.
It’s way past the time for parents who are concerned about their kids to abandon the public school system...
Move to NJ. The only thing good about it is that there are no homeschooling regulations whatsoever, and the two times that some up-and-coming or entrenched assembly person or senator tried to pass restrictive laws, they got tons of phone calls, letters, and faxes telling them to drop it, and they did!
The NJ Dept. of Ed isn’t interested in regulating it either.
Rep. Judith Day is at it again. Apparently she has some deep seated antipathy to homeschoolers.
Instead of recognizing and celebrating the fact that the 4000 plus homeschoolers in New Hampshire achieve higher academic scores than do public school kids, she is convinced that their superior test results must be as a result of cheating. So her bill proposes mandatory testing, administered by a "credentialed educator" - think union teacher - and evaluated with no objective standards by the local superintendent.
As anyone who has been involved in homeschooling in New Hampshire knows the superintendents are universally against homeschooling.
Rep. Day's bill is fundamentally just an attack on homeschoolers, and also an attack on Christian families. Only homeschoolers are singled out for yearly testing - no such requirement applies to private or public school students.
New Hampshire homeschoolers and freedom lovers need to defeat this bill.
Why don’t you just defeat Rep. Day the next time she runs for office and let her know that’s what you’re going to do?
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no disrespect but I am so happy I got my wife out of MA.
we thought of moving to NH but after this election and the way the state ios going we decided to stay down south.
Sad to see NH go as it is a great state with a lot of beauty but sadly the liberals have got a hold in the last New England state
In New Hampshire we have districts where multiple representatives are selected in one election. In Rep. Day's district there are 8 representatives. So the top 8 vote getters win. In that situation it is hard to defeat a single candidate, particularly when there are a flood of Democrats running.
But you can be sure voters and activists in that district will try to unseat her the next time around. As well as every other representative who supports or votes for the bill.
We signed such a document in our daughter’s elementary school in GA. The teacher would “forget” (her excuse) to send her to the library when sex ed class began. That happened a few times then we threatened her and the school with a law suit. All it finally took was a letter form our attorney reminding them of the law as it is written adn our wishes in the matter.
The teacher also kept pressuring us with “well, your daughter si the only one.” What a LIE that was, there were 4 other children who were supposed to be going to the excused to go to the library.
Good. I’m sure in these difficult economic times, public school system bureacrats would not relish finding 4,000 seats in their schools overnight for the children of disgruntled, unhappy homeschooling parents either. I’d use that as a threat too. Play dirty, just like they do LOL.
Do any homeschooling parents in your state have their own companies that employ local people? Inform the legislature that if the climate for homeschooling is not favorable, these parents will move to more homeschooling friendly states and take their companies with them. In essence, let this woman know that you are willing to fight fire with fire, and if enough of the citizenry (homeschoolers and nonhomeschoolers alike) are unhappy with her because of her lack of acumen for keeping local businesses in the state, that will be the end of her political career. Actions have consequences, she has more to lose then you do.
The state knows what is good for the state.
Another reason for Catholics to use Catholic schools.
Our 7th grader is homeschooled, but goes to evening CCD (Catholic Religious Ed) classes with mainly public school kids. His CCD teachers this year are also public school teachers. They told the kids to let the “sex ed” information they get in public school to go in one ear and out the other, so it must run quite contrary to our Faith.
So glad we could handle that information at home, with the emphasis on morality and respect for oneself and others. I worry about the world they will be entering when they leave home, however.
The history of reform movements clearly shows that bureaucracies cannot be reformed, and the public school system is the largest bureaucracy in America. Some people, myself among them, mistakenly thought because school boards are elected locally it would be fairly easy to replace them with reform-minded people who will improve things. Uh-uh.
The most well known groups working for reform have been the Council for Basic Education and the Reading Reform Foundation, both founded in the 1950’s by distinguished citizens alarmed at the deterioration of academic standards. Unfortunately, though they had some solid accomplishments, they hardly made a dent in the overall decline of education.
This was in the old days before God was booted out of the schools and replaced with sex ed and political correctness. Now the teachers unions and the various groups with anti-family agendas are stronger than ever.
Home schooling is the only hope left.
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