They don’t know how to mutiply, but they know how to find the latest cheats for their video games.
They can’t point out Europe on a map, but they have 500 friends in their online social networking group.
They are being taught that the United States was founded on the principle of “Freedom From Religion” and they have no idea that “Freedom OF Religion” means the complete opposite.
They have no idea what the difference is between “they’re,” “there,” and “their,” but they send 200 text messages a day with words like UR, BRB, and AISI.
They no longer run the mile in PE class (that’s physical education in case you’ve forgotten), but they CAN buy potato chips and soda at lunch.
They are not assigned books any more because they don’t like the classics we used to read, so teachers let them create their own reading lists.
They don’t practice public speaking any more because it violates a student’s right to be silent, but a moment of silence is unconstitutional because a student might pray.
Teachers are fired if they talk about relationship with Jesus Christ, but it’s ok to talk about thier sexual relationships with people of the opposite or same sex.
Cheating is permitted because what’s wrong for one may not be wrong for another. Some students just need the extra help so teachers look the other way. If they don’t, parents get mad that some teachers actually try to raise the standards.
“Do what feels good and don’t worry about the consequences.” If you get pregnant, you can have an abortion. If you don’t know the answers on a test, you can always cheat. If you wreck your car, your parents will buy you another one. If you lie, you can just lie again if you need to cover the first one. If you don’t work, you can get welfare. You should experiment with drugs, alcohol and sexual preferences while you’re in school because there is nothing wrong with “trying” these things while you’re young.
They are told not to ask questions because the teacher doesn’t have time to answer all of those students. If the students persist in asking questions, they will be given medication because they obviously have an attention disorder and it is disrupting the class. Students are NOT ALLOWED TO THINK FOR THEMSELVES. If this were to happen, some of these bright young people might actually realize that some of the things they are being taught are FALSE!!!
What is wrong with our public schools today? There is so much to discuss that it’s difficult to know where to start. Schools no longer teach academics (reading, writing, arithmetic, geography, science, etc.). Instead, our schools have been taken over by liberal extremists who are perverting our children. Public schools today promote, yes they TEACH: atheism, sexual deviancy, evolution, abortion.
As a nation, we WILL suffer the consequences of leading millions of innocent souls into sinful lifestyles. Are you going to be part of the solution? If so, you might consider teaching your child at home! If this is not an option for your family, then work to adamantly oppose the liberal policies of the NEA. Your child’s life depends on it.
The Family Research Council e-mailed the following on October 14, 2008:
Homosexuals Having a Field Day with CA Schools
“It really is what we call a teachable moment,” argued Liz Jaroflow, the interim director of a local California charter school. This is how she and other administrators rationalize the decision to take a class of impressionable first graders on a field trip to their teachers’ lesbian “wedding.” At the suggestion of a parent, Jaroflow herded the five- and six-year-olds onto a bus during school hours last Friday and surprised Erin Carder and Kerri McCoy at City Hall. Now the unorthodox excursion is putting San Francisco’s school district at the center of a national debate on counterfeit marriage. When asked what educational value the trip had, Jaroflow pointed to the “historical significance of same-sex marriage” and “civil rights.” “…[I]t’s not controversial…” she told reporters. “It’s certainly an issue I would be willing to put my job on the line for.” Whether or not the district will ask her to do so is unclear. According to the Chronicle, Jaroflow did ask for parents’ permission, and two families opted out. Across California, however, voters are in disbelief. The trip, a disgraceful abuse of school time, is just a preview of the indoctrination to come if Proposition 8 fails. Ironically, this happened just days after “No on 8” launched ads last week claiming same-sex “marriage” would not be taught in schools, no matter what the outcome on November 4. Not only will it be taught, it’s obvious that the lessons are already underway! On the Chronicle’s site, editors posted a video of these first-graders celebrating their teachers’ big day. View the video for a snapshot of what homosexual “marriage” will mean for children across America.
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