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Public School System Exposed For Reporting Parents To CPS For Homeschooling

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posted on Feb, 9 2017 @ 05:49 PM
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a reply to: eisegesis

The School system is a joke dominated by leftists.

Actually one time my friend told me when he was in high school, he had a teacher who admitted he was an Ex KGB agent. At first I didn't believe it but after hearing about how academia was dominated by the left I wonder if that Ex KGB's mission is connected to what's going on in Academia.
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posted on Feb, 9 2017 @ 07:04 PM
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Remember your opinions on this topic when they start raiding Muslim "home schools" that teach only that agenda.



posted on Feb, 9 2017 @ 07:38 PM
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My wife started homeschooling our 3 kids last year and we couldn't be happier. Our kids are much more focused and excelling. The ability to spend 1 on 1 time whenever it's necessary is worth the tuition alone.



posted on Feb, 9 2017 @ 09:40 PM
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CPS is involved in elite child trafficking rings. The government wants to own all the children, for various purposes, and abolish the family unit. The public schools are working aggressively for these sickos.



posted on Feb, 9 2017 @ 09:43 PM
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a reply to: abe froman

I don't care if Muslims raise their children in their faith so long as they aren't raising them in the "kill all infidels" arm of the faith.



posted on Feb, 9 2017 @ 11:48 PM
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a reply to: eisegesis

New York doing this is not a surprise to me! They are among the worst states for home schooling. We are looking to relocate, and regs on schooling are a top criteria for choosing. New York is NOT on our list! Even states that are better for it will have problem people, and some claiming that the kids are not taught properly, not "achieving" what hey could, etc. People get harassed, any time some government clown has a chance.



posted on Feb, 9 2017 @ 11:58 PM
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a reply to: eisegesis

Not surprised to see the CPS... (looking out for the children cover) involved with this..

Just like EVERY VENUE promoted by the Progressives.. (INCLUDES BOTH SIDES)....

They LABEL initiatives with a feel good rallying point title...

When will the folks learn? Patriot Act, USA Freedom ACT, STOCK act, etc etc...

Wake UP.. America....

Engage... Research... Ask Questions... Hold our elected's FEET TO THE FIRE....

They serve US... we don't BOW to them



posted on Feb, 10 2017 @ 12:00 AM
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originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: Nyiah

Exactly.

We're revisiting the viability of homeschooling.

Ours is very bright but he has a fine motor delay and is super aware of it and it makes him choose all kinds of avoidance techniques in the classroom. The lastest is to simply outright refuse to participate because he can't fail if he doesn't try in the first place.

Did I mention he is also strongly perfectionist?

Needless to say we are all tearing our hair out over this, but we can get him to do work at home. So do we try to figure out how to homeschool until his writing skills catch up with his mind?


I'd say, yes!!! It's not as difficult as many might imagine, and there are many advantages. You choose your curriculum, you set the schedule, and you have as much time as needed for any given lesson. A minor illness isn't an issue. No worries about keeping up with the latest fashion trends. You can vacation when YOU want. Appointments are a breeze. There is a lot of material available, too, for every grade level, and in various price ranges. Well worth the time spent!

Mine tried a year in public, and hated it. They tested, for the record, above average in every category.



posted on Feb, 10 2017 @ 09:24 AM
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a reply to: Tempter

My nephew was home schooled. Graduated with a college degree at the same time he graduated High School. Got a full scholarship at a well known college, has zero interest in politics and is Jewish.

I got the chance to met a lot of the children being home school through their events. I never heard any mention of God or politics among them. Heard a lot of what some would call Geek talk. I guess it will be said that my experience is the exception.



posted on Feb, 10 2017 @ 09:35 AM
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They serve US... we don't BOW to them

They stopped serving us when we stopped caring who was elected. They stopped serving when we stopped holding our elected politicians accountable in their positions.

They stopped serving us when we allowed them to continuously return to the same positions election after election, without any evidence that they were following the will of the people.

They no longer serve us. They feel nothing but disdain for us, and we have allowed ourselves to be under their control.

They demand, we obey.



posted on Feb, 10 2017 @ 09:35 AM
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DP. One click.
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posted on Feb, 10 2017 @ 09:56 AM
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I've found a way around DHECC (CPS here), that was very simple.

My youngest son is home schooled, and has been for 3 years, but he's registered with a virtual charter school, that the state has credited with being considered a actual "public school"

He has actual teachers that he meets online for class. I'm his learning coach that helps him.

He gets the best of both worlds: one on one with me, and very small classes with actual teachers that work with him real time.

He's also here, home, SAFE.

I don't have to worry about some crazed gunman coming onto the school grounds. I don't have to worry about some little thug bringing a gun to school. He doesn't have to worry about bullies that have nothing better to do than cause problems. He's not crammed into a classroom with 30 other kids, most of who don't give a crap about anything.

And as far as the state, county and city is concerned: he's enrolled in a public school.

So: No issues at all.



posted on Feb, 11 2017 @ 10:20 AM
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a reply to: eisegesis

I think the answer to this issue lies within the contracts that the schools hold with the government.

Dig into their paperwork and see if you can find a clause about numbers of students... or enrolled students. Maybe they just want that government funding and they can not get it if a single child leaves. Maybe they have a clause in their agreement about losing a number of children.

It requires some reading into, but I am sure you will find the true answer as to why this is happening.



posted on Feb, 13 2017 @ 06:39 PM
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originally posted by: RainbowPhoenix
Here is some interesting insight into the world of homeschooling
I was trained for the culture wars in home school

Homeschooling is the perfect environment to become political training camps. It actually scares me that religious fundamentalists are organizing at this level. If liberals are smart it would behoove them to start looking into using these same tactics to keep pace with the bible thumpers. I really don't want to see this country take 2 steps backwards in regards to social equality and civil rights but alas it looks like the damn has sprung a leak and is ready to blow any moment.

The problem is that your opinion is not law. Parents are free to raise their children as they see fit, educating them from the parent's experiences, religious beliefs, social opinions, etc...as it should be. You don't get to decide what is "acceptable" and force all children to be instructed that it is "fact" when it is all opinion.

I'm actually kinda main-stream in my views. I'm not religious but my children went to church when they were young. I like them having experience with ideas that I may not share. But my children are just that...my children. If you believe that forcing individuals of any age to be instructed what to believe, what their opinion must be, what their views, morals and faith must conform to...maybe you should research Nazi or Socialism and move to some country that supports such beliefs.

In the meantime, we live in America. Where we are free to believe, worship and live our lives as we wish...legally. Without the BRAINWASHING you elude to.

PS: I would much prefer parents teaching their children things I don't agree with, than a government run factory brainwashing our children into good little, brain-dead livestock of the state.


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