[COMMENT: I have excerpted some of the tid-bits
from the original article. This is a disconnect from reality.
Insanity. What do we have to do to return to reality? Get
serious with God. Nothing short of a spiritual renewal will accomplish a
return to reality.
Well, it's again
time to descend into the depths of that very special American institution,
the government schools. Destructive, stuck-on-stupid, but, in its own dark
way, strangely entertaining.
In this issue we eschew worrying
about systematic data to take a look at government school "insanity
eruptions" from around the country. We need to remember that behind the
data-points so beloved of social scientists are flesh and blood children.
To boost your spirits, don't forget
to visit the video corner. This month we feature a very funny introduction
to the "New, New Math"!
In the 1950's Children had
Easter Egg Hunts -
Today? Well, Your Highly Trained Education Professionals Have a Different
Idea of What is Appropriate for Fourth-Graders
A campaign has been launched by concerned
parents and others in
Florida where a school board has adopted an explicit sex ed
that includes various how-to lessons for students as young as fourth
grade, and in one incarnation proposed field trips for children to
and then talk about their experience...
"Tell students that the object of the
activity is for teams to determine how difficult it is to find condoms…
When you get to the store, ask and (sic) employee where the condoms are,
even if you already know. The idea is for you to describe the response
of the employee."
"Remember, this isn't a game. This is a
way to get important information to stay safe," the lessons instruct.
The pastor noted that for students as
young as fourth grade there is recommended a discussion of explicit ways
the AIDS virus is
transmitted, with instructions to teachers to then ask students, "if
anyone was surprised by the facts."
NO, I AM NOT MAKING THIS UP:
PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARE NOW IMPLEMENTING "PEER-TO-PEER
A tussle that began with a condom and a
banana has morphed into all-out war at a New Jersey high school, with
some parents trying to end a peer-to-peer sexual-education course taught
in about 45 other public schools statewide.
Parents opposed to the classes at
High School, in Mullica Hill, say that kids shouldn't be
instructing kids about sex and that the elective course doesn't go
far enough in stressing abstinence...
"Do you want a 16-year-old boy
teaching your 14-year-old daughter how to put on a condom by using a
banana?" asked Lisa Westermann, whose son said the course had made
A Glimpse Into The Institutional "Mind" of
Government School Officials
Increasingly adult law enforcement techniques
are being deployed against schoolchildren for real and imagined petty
offenses. Here we have highly trained education professionals and school
cops demonstrating new, improved techniques for dealing with temper
tantrums by 5 year-olds.
A 5-year-old boy was handcuffed and
hauled off to a psych ward for misbehaving in kindergarten - but the
tot's parents say NYPD school safety agents are the ones who need
their heads examined.
"He's 5 years old. He was scared to
death," Dennis Rivera's mother, Jasmina Vasquez, told the Daily
News. "You cannot imagine what it's done to him."
Dennis - who suffers from speech
problems, asthma and attention deficit disorder - never went back to
class at Public School 81 in Queens after the traumatic incident.
His mom and a school source said
Dennis threw a tantrum inside the Ridgewood school at 11 a.m. on
One Consequence of the Rise of Secular Humanism:
Teachers Reaping A Bitter Harvest
Our de-Christianized culture is producing
generation after generation of nihilistic children who grow up to become
sociopathic adults. The following story illustrates how the government
schools are now reaping what they have sown. I pity some of the
Janine Butler, a 28-year-old
teacher, knows something about out-of-control students.
One girl threw objects, threatened
Butler with knives and tried to bite her. Another boy was "just
rude, rude, rude," pulling down his pants and swearing at her. The
final straw came when another student scratched and hit her....
Butler's students were barely out of
diapers — 3- and 4-year-olds — and their public preschool in Trenton
was not allowed to expel them....Tantrums, aggression, biting and
kicking are becoming increasingly common in preschool, according to
child development specialists...
Researchers identified a wide range of
anti-social behavior — from cutting computer cords as a way to
"liberate the mice" to hair-pulling. Biting was the most common
"Nobody knows why," Gilliam said. "A
lot of people blame parents. A lot of people blame the schools or an
education system that pushed programs to preschool that are not
developmentally appropriate. Now the stakes are higher in
Here is One Hollywood Actress Who Has Been Mugged
By Government School Reality
Notice that she now understands that LAUSD is
really a minimum security facility for incarcerating youth...
Migdia Chinea, a Cuban-American
screenwriter and actress who has writing credits for the TV series "The
Incredible Hulk" and "Superboy,"
how she was attacked and injured by students while she served as a
substitute teacher in the
Los Angeles Unified
Now she's reporting that the students
who attacked her, body-slammed her to the floor in front of
witnesses who documented the attack, and left her with a concussion
and possibly long-term injuries were the easy ones to deal with; the
system that is supposed to provide care for injuries on the job is a
harder opponent to beat.
"Despite my being injured by students
while working, with a teacher as a witness and a police report,
Sedgwick, the LAUSD's insurance has not yet 'accepted' my disability
claim, and perhaps won't pay in the end, until a deposition is taken
three months from now. Meantime, as a woman alone, I wonder how am I
going meet my financial responsibilities without incurring further
debt?" Chinea told WND.
"How am I going to pay my mortgage
and eat?" she asked....
She described the violence in the
L.A. schools, how there was no teaching at the school to which
she was assigned, only "confinement." She told of the classrooms
being left in shreds, teaching materials stolen, vandalism to
her car, and the verbal and physical assaults...
"I've been told by another teacher
(still working as such) who has been through this hell, that
LAUSD will be willing to 'kill me' to protect and cover-up their
corruption – which is, in turn, not reported nor investigated by
the press. I have reported this 'murderous intent or potential'
to the LAPD and I'm supposed to get a call from their organized
crime unit – but not so far"...
"I have requested a meeting with
the LAUSD Board of Education, to no avail. I have asked them to,
please, explain to me what constitutes an 'act of violence'
because only a small percentage of teachers who are seriously
assaulted qualify under their own definition. But there's no
response," she said.
"On Jan. 5, 2008, the same day
that the city held a conference hailing a citywide drop in
crime, an L.A. Times columnist wrote that 60 LAUSD schools were
vandalized while grim-faced teachers swept up the mess," she
They Don't Make Parents the Way they Used
-- A Spring Branch school district bus was shot up
Thursday, police said. All because the bus driver refused to
let a student aboard who was still eating her breakfast.
“She had oatmeal and the bus
driver informed her that it was against school rules,” said
Spring Branch ISD Police Chief Chuck Brawner. “They had some
words and then she decided to get off the bus.”
The incident all started
Thursday morning in the 9000 block of Kempwood.
Officials said after being
denied by the bus driver, the student got off the bus, went
back home and told her mother and boyfriend.
What the couple allegedly did
next may surprise you...
MORE EVIDENCE THAT OUR HIGHLY TRAINED
EDUCATION PROFESSIONALS THINK THEY OWN YOUR CHILDREN AND ARE
IN CHARGE OF YOUR FAMILY
PALM BEAY, Fla. (AP) - The
parents of all 2,550 Palm Bay High School students
received a phone call informing them that their child
was due for weekend detention.
No, there was no
coordinated uprising at the school. An accidental push
of a button sent the automated call to the homes of the
entire student body instead of the intended 16...
ALL PUSHING ALL THOSE PSYCHOTROPIC
DRUGS IN GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IS NOT
SUCH A GOOD IDEA AFTER ALL...
The Cali Drug Cartel has
done less harm to American children
than the psychotropic drug pushers
in government schools.
CHILDREN who use Ritalin for a
long period of time could be
more at risk of delinquency and
substance abuse, a study has
found. Doctors are suggesting
children with attention deficit
hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
should take a break from
medication after three years of
American study - published in
the Medical Observer _ has found
that while drugs such as Ritalin
can initially help sufferers,
the benefit of prolonged use is
in doubt. Some children stay on
medication until they reach 18,
but researchers believe it may
not protect them from all the
Has your child been adversely
affected by ADHD medication?
Tell us your experience via
feedback section below. The US
Multimodal Treatment Study of
Children revealed the more days
of prescribed medication, the
more serious delinquency became.
a cohort of 500 children with
ADHD - followed for 36 months
until they were 12 - researchers
found 27 per cent were at a
greater risk of committing
crime, compared with 7 per cent
among "normative" children.
Substance use also increased to
17 per cent in ADHD children -
almost double the normal rate.
Illiterate Highly Trained
Teaches for 17 Years and No
OCEANSIDE, Calif. --
John Corcoran graduated from
college and taught high
school for 17 years without
being able to read, write or
spell..."I couldn't read
words but I could read the
system and I could read
people," adds Corcoran...
In 1961, Corcoran
graduated with a bachelor's
degree in education, while
still illiterate he
contends. He then went on to
become a teacher during a
Who Says Californians Don't Have Their Priorities Straight?
The state is about to pump half a billion dollars into teaching children to roll sushi, juggle pins and master new dance forms, even as spending cuts threaten to erode instruction in reading, math and other fundamentals.
That's because the sum scheduled to be spent on such after-school enrichment next year is off-limits for anything else. State law dictates that cooking classes continue even if some calculus courses could be canceled....
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