The latest in American Education News from Homeschooling, Common Core, Paddling, to Chicagos Teachers Union Karen Lewis telling us that the city belongs to Blacks not Whites. SAY WHAT, How does she still have a job ?!
RALEIGH – North Carolina Lt. Gov. Dan Forest is reminding homeschooling parents they have the “right to refuse warrantless entry” by Department of Non-Public Education bureaucrats.
Forest’s reminder comes as the state agency voiced its intention to resume “random” searches of homeschools across the state.
“This policy is intrusive, unnecessary, and has the potential to infringe on the constitutionally-protected privacy rights of tens of thousands of North Carolina homeschool families,” Forest said.
“Homeschool families should be aware that they have the right to refuse warrantless entry by government officials without probable cause into their homes under the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution and Article I, Section 20 of the North Carolina Constitution,” Forest was quoted as saying in a news release.
“Homeschool families should follow the law relating to the keeping of records and their lawful inspection, but should not be compelled to let any government official into their house. It is not necessary and people should reject it,” he said.
Fourth graders learn to own their ‘white privilege’
– thanks to Common Core-aligned lesson
MUSKEGON, Mich. – We at EAGnews recently purchased a series of teaching guides that an untold number of American schools are using – or will soon begin using – to teach the new Common Core national standards in math and English.
The guides were produced by the Zaner-Bloser company. We wanted to examine these teaching materials to get a better idea about the values and ideological perspectives that school children will be influenced by.
These values and ideologies will have a long term impact – good or bad – on the way the upcoming generation of Americans thinks and believes.
We looked at guides designed to teach literature and writing skills to students in grades one through six. The guides feature different texts promoted and approved by Common Core experts, and they include week-long lessons for each text.This guide is for 4 grade teachers, and it contains texts and lessons that have the common theme of “Meeting Challenges.”
19 states still allow paddling at school,