Michelle Malkin exposes another outrageous example of public school officials trying hard to hide their arrogant lack of professionalism and, more importantly, decency and integrity.
A father who requested his 5-year-old son not be exposed to controverial school materials without prior parental consent was arrested at the school for demanding his request be honored after learning his son was exposed to material against his wishes.
Yes, you read that right. A father was arrested for demanding his requests be honored.
Remember the days when kindergarten was for learning socialization skills, learning to stay seated, learning to drink your milk without spitting on your classmates?
Remember the days when we learned in school?
We now live in an age where children are indoctrinated, not taught, in school.
Fortunately, competition is a good thing, and the Alliance for School Choice is one of many excellent resources to learn more about how many are working hard to win back our schools from an Orwellian educational bureaucracy who will teach you more than you may want to know about homosexual lifestyles, and precious little about what they need to learn to be productive and successful members of society.
Key Curriculum Press’ “Interactive Mathematics Program,” a high school math text used in at least five Bronx schools, teaches literature. And history. It contains essays on the “nonfamily” and the “minimal family.”