And I can understand that. However, wouldn’t a little role playing about the slavery of communism be a little more appropriate as well as timely these days? Unfortunately, most of the clowns teaching in our schools these days wouldn’t want to see that lesson plan out there floating around, IMHO.
Not when the subject is Virginia history. That is the history course in 4th grade in Virginia. I do believe the history course in 4th grade in other states is that particular state's history.
Your suggestion is VERY appropriate for other history classes and I fully agree with you.
Unfortunately, most of the clowns teaching in our schools these days wouldnt want to see that lesson plan out there floating around, IMHO.
So far I've been lucky, and my daughter is learning history in all of it's ugly presentations. Communism and socialism don't work and don't belong in our form of government, slavery is always wrong, and our government was set up in such a way that the states should not have to bend to the federal government on things best left to the local level.
Yup, she attends public school, in Virginia.