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5 Sneaky Ways Fundamentalists Are Trying To Slip Christian Creationism Into America’s Public Schools

Started by Neal. Last reply by Tom Sarbeck Oct 12, 2016. 9 Replies

Until teachers refuse to lie, this will continue.AlterNet / By Rob Boston Many public schools in America do all they can to avoid teaching evolution.July 3, 2013 |…Continue

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Over 3,700 teachers in Kansas have retired or left the state during the summer

Started by Neal. Last reply by Stephen Aug 5, 2015. 1 Reply

Kansas has been at the forefront of conservative craziness for years. The governor has slashed taxes for businesses which created a shortfall in the state's budget which in turn has meant that the…Continue

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The dark side of home schooling: creating soldiers for the culture war

Started by Neal. Last reply by Davy Sep 5, 2013. 13 Replies

by Katherine Stewart posted on May 08, 2013 08:59PM GMT The Christian home school subculture isn't a children-first movement. Some former students are bravely speaking out…Continue

Tags: warriors, culture, schooling, home

The Wrong Kind of Education Reform

Started by Neal. Last reply by Davy Sep 5, 2013. 2 Replies

Great article on one of the most important debates on education. Charter schools allow for easy religious intrusion into the classroom; brainwash them young please. Public schools is what keeps our…Continue

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Comment by Chris on December 28, 2016 at 3:08am

Last I read there were 54 R senators and 44 D senators with, unfort...

A lot of stuff should be done. Is it going to be another deadlocked Senate and House?

U.S. Senate party membership by state. States with two Democratic senators are in blue, states with two Republican senators are in red, and those with one of each are in purple. States with an independent senator are marked with green stripes on a blue or red background, depending on the party of the other senator.

Comment by Tom Sarbeck on December 28, 2016 at 1:45am
Chris, where has your reading comprehension gone?

Or did you not read that the Senate Repubs don't have the sixty votes necessary to end a Demo filibuster?
Comment by Chris on December 28, 2016 at 1:25am

With a Republican congress Trump may be able to transform public institutions (such as the school system) once known as the commons into private enterprises.

Comment by Tom Sarbeck on December 28, 2016 at 1:10am
[continuing] ...the Senate didn't have to act.
Comment by Tom Sarbeck on December 28, 2016 at 1:08am
Neal, if deVos tries to use taxpayers' money, count on one or more church/state separationist organizations challenging her actions in court.

Trump is ballsy enough to try to do what FDR tried to do but failed, "pack" the court with additional members. They will need Senate confirmation and the Repubs don't have the sixty votes to defeat a Demo filibuster. FDR's attempt brought too much protest from too many directions and, as I recall the Senate
Comment by Chris on December 28, 2016 at 12:55am

With the election of Donald Trump it should be evident how inaccurate Polls are.

Comment by Stephen on December 27, 2016 at 7:44pm

The Casey Review lays bare the failure to integrate Muslim minorities

Dame Louise Casey offers a damning critique of mass immigration undertaken without serious efforts to integrate new arrivals, but she shies away from properly tackling faith schools, and the problems she identifies may be intractable.

The Casey Review is a profound and thorough demolition of decades of laissez-faire immigration policies, and an official culture which demonised as racist those who spoke out about the problems that exist in many Muslim communities.

Britain's cultural relativism and moral blindness reached its apogee with the appalling revelations about the Rotherham rape gangs. Casey writes that it was "a catastrophic example of authorities turning a blind eye to harm in order to avoid the need to confront a particular community." More than 1,400 children paid the price.

Progress integrating Britain's myriad Muslim communities has been slow, complicated by the arrival of new "first generation in every generation" foreign wives who often don't speak English, and a growing "sense of identification" among UK Muslims "with the plight of the 'Ummah', or global Muslim community."

Every few months we have a new poll, survey or official report warning that the blind pursuit of multi-culturalism is leading us to catastrophe and urging the Government to take action.

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Comment by Neal on December 27, 2016 at 6:50pm

Being from MI, I can tell you, DeVos is a disaster. Conservatives here are cheering the pick because they believe, and rightly so, that charter schools will be on the rise and that they will teach religious and conservative values. Now she can tap federal dollars to further her bullshit.

Comment by Tom Sarbeck on December 27, 2016 at 1:13am

The 1% will happily return the 99% to serfdom.

Comment by Chris on December 26, 2016 at 11:51pm

What it took to get an 8th grade education in 1895…


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