posted on Jul, 18 2013 @ 04:16 PM
And the problem is?
State Sen. Aaron Osmond (R) argued that certain "parents act as if the responsibility to educate, and even care for their child, is primarily the
responsibility of the public school system."
So it's the 'states responsibility' to educate a child not a the parent?
"As a result, our teachers and schools have been forced to become surrogate parents, expected to do everything from behavioral counseling, to
providing adequate nutrition, to teaching sex education, as well as ensuring full college and career readiness," he wrote in a post on the state
That is the truth is it not?
Things parents use to do in the '1500's'.
People are free to support indoctrination, and throw billions of dollars at kids expecting that intelligence is determined by how many billions of
dollars are thrown at them.
That is the case Americans should be rather 'smart'.
Since it is not the parents job to raise and educate their kids, well then the state can start feeding them putting a roof over their heads, AND pay
I forgot this was a shot at the GOP.
Been paying attention to the education system in this country where the 'teacher' puts their jobs over a students education something seriously
wrong with that picture.