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by Michael Reagan
According to a shocking news report, California legislators have enacted legislation that gives the state the dubious distinction of being the first state in the nation to require public schools to include the contributions of gays and lesbians in their social studies curriculum.
We can be certain that one result of this ill-advised move will subject kids to a form of what CIA spooks call “blowback” — an inevitable result of a … Read the Rest of this Post
by Don Feder, GrassTopsUSA.com
Multiculturalism, which used to be merely noxious, has become a raging infection which poses as much of a threat to America as the national debt or terrorism — before Osama assumed room temperature.
Recently, a gang of ethnocentric thugs took over a meeting of the governing board of the Tucson, Arizona, Unified School District, chaining themselves to desks, screaming slogans, and chasing board members from the room.
They were enraged by … Read the Rest of this Post
by Kevin “Coach” Collins
At the dawn of the Obama era, in anticipation of an increase in their “take” from government, black civic and religious leaders in Chicago started to chant the familiar phrase “inner city schools are underfunded.” Given the willingness of Americans to attribute uneven results to uneven fundamentals and the knee-jerk support for this premise it gets from the media “underfunding is the cause of underperformance” is automatically accepted as … Read the Rest of this Post
by Suzanne Eovaldi
In a fit of political correctness, a Seattle school now has renamed Easter eggs as “Spring Spheres.” Candy canes sporting the red color of Christ’s blood and the green of the Christian Christmas tress have all but been banned from our schools. As I stood to hear the Palm Sunday sermon in church last week — an account of Our Lord’s Passion and death on the Cross — I grew increasingly angry … Read the Rest of this Post
by Tom Purcell
Boy, school lunch sure has changed since I was a kid.
The Chicago Tribune reports that a principal in a Chicago school forbids her students from bringing in their own lunches.
She created the policy six years ago after watching students bring in “bottles of soda and flaming hot chips” for their lunches.
By mandating that her students eat school-prepared lunches, she explains, she can be sure they are drinking milk instead … Read the Rest of this Post
by Kevin “Coach” Collins, CoachIsRight.com
The Detroit Public School system (DPS) is one of the worse in the nation. Its 59 percent graduation rate puts it at the bottom of major school systems in the nation. Unfortunately, that is the good news. The bad news is that because “grade fixing” appears to be uncomfortably common. DPS students are not honestly achieving even their meager accomplishments because of “social promotions.” The problems of “social promotion” – … Read the Rest of this Post