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AP U.S. History Textbook
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(04-16-2018, 06:25 PM)CupidStunt Wrote:
(04-16-2018, 02:19 AM)Verity Wrote: There was a thread awhile back also about the AP US History book,
about their total bastardization of the second amendment. They
actually rewrote it iirc. If I can find it I'll post here.

It's all outrageous!

I’m thinking in July or maybe after the summer is over, we’re signing up for the Rand Paul curriculum,  Ecuador it is VERY detailed about our constitution and history. I’m not raising my child to be a fucking lemming.  Facepalm

That sounds very interesting! Kudos to you
for being so proactive! Heartflowers
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(04-16-2018, 01:43 AM)Suzy Q Wrote: White, Christian Americans Finding It ‘Difficult to Adjust’ to Becoming Minority

A soon-to-be-released updated edition of an Advanced Placement (AP) U.S. History textbook teaches students that white Christian Americans are finding it “difficult to adjust” to becoming a minority and puts forward the perception that President Donald Trump’s election occurred because his apparent “racism connected with a significant number of primary voters.”


That's what our taxes are paying for.  Whatcha gonna do about it?


Raise hell, who do I contact?
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(04-16-2018, 02:16 AM)Suzy Q Wrote:
(04-16-2018, 02:08 AM)DennyCrane Wrote:
(04-16-2018, 02:01 AM)Suzy Q Wrote: They're writing and teaching whatever we allow them to.

I know what you mean. I had to go down my granddaughters school and raise hell .  It was over a paper about religion and Christianity was left out .  I'm not Christian but I still think a child needs a nonbiased education .

Denny Crane

My children attended public school with a purpose. To not be sheltered from the world.  However, as a parent, I was keenly involved and instilled critical thinking, logic, and common sense.

My kids went to a good public school but then I decided to homeschool for various reasons. My son is weird, he doesn't function well in that environment plus he was so far ahead, because I taught him so much before he was enrolled, that he was bored.

My little one will be 4 soon. We are still thinking about enrolling her in school. We want her to have all of the experiences that we had, the friends, the dances, prom, but we feel very uncomfortable with the idea of not being 100% in control of her education, because of crap like the textbook.
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(04-16-2018, 05:04 AM)Verity Wrote: @MysticPizza Your neighbor sounds like a wonderful lady!  Heartflowers

She was a recovering crack head but she was doing amazing the last I saw of her. She was adamant her boys were not going down the same road. It's been nearly 20 years,I hope their family is doing well Heartflowers
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