Saturday, November 05, 2005

Do you know what's happening in your school

|| RedState.org: "While parents were informed that the survey would cover "baseline . . . exposure to early trauma (for example, violence)," it specifically did not mention sex. In fact, the survey asked seven year olds to "rate the following activities" among which were these:
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Seven year olds were asked these questions. The parents of the children learned of the survey questions when their children started telling them about the survey. Horrified, the parents complained to the school, arguing that had they know the true nature of the survey, they would have never offered their consent. The school district rebuffed the parents, and the parents sued.
The trial court rejected the parents arguments and today, in stunning language, the Ninth Circuit affirmed the "

It doesn't matter what the survey was about any more. it is all about control. The schools want to control our children and it is time to say no.

California just announced that they are going to educate all students to be above average. Since the current average is two years behind where they are supposed to be, I guess they have a long way to go.

Of course, they can't all be above average because half of them always have to be below average, by definition. I think someone didn't learn something in school like they were supposed to.

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