Tea Party-Backed School Board Abolishes Diversity Policy
Have Tea Party conservatives made their first major statement on how public schools should operate? The Washington Post’s Stephanie McCrummen suggests they have. She takes us to North Carolina’s Wake County, where a “majority-Republican school board backed by national tea party conservatives” abolished long-standing policies designed to promote school integration, which the majority criticized as social engineering.
Most Americans Just Don't Get It
Monday, August 30, 2010 – by Dr. Tibor Machan
I suppose I should not be surprised, given the utterly perverted primary and secondary education most people receive now in their government run schools. After all, those very schools and everyone with a job in the system, depend upon the flat out rejection of the idea of our basic, natural rights spelled out in the Declaration of Independence. For if each of us does in fact have an unalienable right to our life, our liberty, our pursuit of our happiness and the rest, then those schools exist in direct contradiction to these rights. They are built with the loot the politicians and bureaucrats confiscate from the citizenry, loot that involves the violation of those basic rights the Declaration states every human being has!
kindergartens see more Hispanic, Asian students
The kindergarten class of 2010-11 is less white, less black, more Asian and much more Hispanic than in 2000, reflecting the nation's rapid racial and ethnic transformation.
High School test 'slams' Christianity, lauds Islam