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To: RevolutionaryTimes

The deck is stacked against you. ALL teachers have to have at least a teaching certificate certified by ... you guessed it. The very same state you’re trying to avoid.


13 posted on 11/07/2012 2:17:14 PM PST by pacific_waters
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To: pacific_waters
Here's a chart that shows which states require certification for teachers in charter schools. I am not sure how up to date it is. But each state has different requirements. http://mb2.ecs.org/reports/report.aspx?id=93
14 posted on 11/07/2012 2:49:40 PM PST by Hetty_Fauxvert (FUBO, and the greedy voters you rode in on.)
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To: pacific_waters

Yes, I thought about that myself, I think the approach to circumvent this would be to offer the service as an alternative to home schooling; by showing that we were teaching things without bias and having people with a whole brain instructing the students, that their kids would receive a superior education.

Further, I would like to offer this up: If you think that I am going to let some red tape get in the way of a change I know is critical to the success of our nation, you’re wrong :). My war will be fought by encouraging the minds of our nation’s children to think and use reason, individual achievement, if you will.

The operation would be funded through a 503c not-for-profit corporation. I cannot use a Charter system, because as another commentator pointed out, the system can revoke our charter unless we comply with their terrible teachings.

For those who wonder; I reside in South West Michigan, in the north of Kalamazoo area.


16 posted on 11/07/2012 4:10:38 PM PST by RevolutionaryTimes
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