[OPF List] Some Thoughts on Public Education
hunt at outpost-of-freedom.com
Wed Dec 1 08:16:11 HST 2010
Very good points. Now, the question arises, "Can all of this be
unlegislated? And, if so, how long will it take?"
The alternative, however, is really quite simple. Give back to the local
school district, without submission of any state or federal laws, the
absolute authority to determine the course of education for the children
who are of their concern, not of the village, the state, or the nation.
Who cares more for a child than the parents?
Who seeks only unknown pleasure in controlling the upbringing of
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Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2010 11:28 AM
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Subject: Re: [OPF List] Some Thoughts on Public Education
On this subject, I offer the following comments from a discussion I had
a couple of years ago with a far-left-leaning gal up in Massachusetts.
Following my own comments on public education is another article,
written for Harper's Magazine in 2001. Finally, I have enclosed a quote
from a May 2003 Washington Times piece that discussed the NEA. I have
provided these thoughts before, but since they seem germane to the
current discussion, I am providing them again in hopes that they will be
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