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Ed Stasiak
2021-05-05 00:40:52 UTC
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May 2, 2021

Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of 'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available'

Amid complaints from parents that their children are being "indoctrinated," a Missouri school district official is advising English teachers to create a fake curriculum and keep the real one hidden.

The real one is focused on "antiracist" activism and issues of "white privilege," the Daily Wire reported.

The author of the memo is Natalie Fallert, the literacy speech coordinator for grades 6-12 in the Rockwood School District, serving several towns west of St. Louis that are overwhelmingly white.

She told middle and high-school English teachers in the district that parents had been complaining "we are pushing an agenda," "we are pushing Critical Race Theory (I had to look this one up!)," "we are making white kids feel bad about their privilege," we are "stereotyping," "we are teaching kids to be social activists" and "we are teaching kids to be democratic thinkers and activists."

The controversial curriculum included "Intersectionality 101," a video produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center. A handout for fifth-graders teaches "Michael Brown was murdered just steps from his mother's home in Ferguson, Missouri." And it says: "Disruption is the new world order. It is the way in which those who are denied power access power."

The complaints have come, the Daily Wire noted, as online teaching under COVID-19 protocols enables parents to see classroom instruction for the first time.

The assignments are now visible to at-home learners in a tool called Canvas. So Fallert has a solution:

“This doesn't mean throw out the lesson and find a new one. Just pull the resource off Canvas so parents cannot see it …

Keep teaching! Just don't make everything visible on Canvas. This is not being deceitful. This is just doing what you have done for years. Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available. You taught in your classroom and things were peachy keen. We are going old-school. …

You could Duplicate an entry/lesson in Canvas (making 2 copies) Publish ONE for the whole class that is a LEAN version of the lesson. The "original" that has all the stuff on it, can be published and only assigned to specific students (IF NEEDED), OR you could specifically email those students a copy of what they need.

The reason I say "make a copy" You can publish the NEW one that has less information on it. Then for that kid who is all virtual and needs to full lesson, you can publish it and assign it ONLY that kid…

Anything that "could" be picked apart I would suggest using this above approach… Again I wouldn't throw it out, but you could just not give them access to the story.

When you get to Power Imbalances – You might remove the two examples and just go over them in class (same as above). …

I hate that we are even having to have this conversation. 29 days and counting!”

When parents learned of Fallert's memo, Shelley Willott, assistant superintendent of learning and support services, engaged in damage control.

She sent out an email to parents on April 23 expressing "regret" for the memo and declaring the district views parents as "allies" in the education of "our children."

"Yesterday an email was sent to middle and high school English Language Arts teachers from a district-level staff member that suggested teachers hide or alter content visible to parents in our learning management system," Willott wrote. "We want to assure you that the message was not reviewed or approved by anyone before it was sent. Asking teachers to conceal anything from parents does not reflect the mission, vision and values of the Rockwood School District and is counter to the goals set forth in our strategic plan, The Way Forward."

Willott acknowledged the memo "impacts the trust that is crucial for our partnership to be successful."

"Although we cannot share specifics related to a personnel matter, we can assure you that we find the email unacceptable, and it is certainly being addressed," she said.

District spokesman David Morrison told the Daily Wire classroom materials will continue to be posted online. And the district will train educators "on how to curate books so that teachers are giving students a wide variety of choices in their learning materials." He said teachers will be asked "to provide parents with book choices before a unit of study starts and information about read alouds that will be done in the classroom as part of regular communications with parents (i.e. weekly newsletters)."

'A disaster for this country'

The Biden administration, meanwhile, has submitted a new rule that would fund critical race theory in public schools.

Stanley Kurtz, writing for National Review Online, warns it would be "a disaster for this country."

"Put that new rule together with the massive federal Civics Secures Democracy Act that pushes both leftist 'action civics' and Critical Race Theory, and K–12 education in America will be transformed beyond recognition."

"Action civics" is a style of education described as learning by doing, with a focus on "collective action."

Kurtz, a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center who has taught at Harvard University and the University of Chicago, said the way to stop the "power play" is through state legislation that keeps both action civics and critical race theory out of K–12.

He has formulated a legislative proposal called the Partisanship Out of Civics Act that does both, noting that most states are considering bills that bar only CRC.

On Monday, as WND reported, Idaho became the first state in the nation to put a bill on a governor's desk that would ban critical race theory in public schools.

Action civics is just as dangerous as critical race theory, Kurtz contended, "and in fact is directly allied with it."

He pointed out that the "new ultra-woke Critical Race Theory-inspired teaching standards in Illinois even encourage teachers to substitute 'social justice work' and 'action civics projects' for traditional testing when determining a student’s grade."

Kurtz warned that if the federal Civics Secures Democracy Act passes before the start of the 2022 state legislative session, it may be too late to keep action civics and critical race theory out of the states.
Rhino
2021-05-05 01:34:47 UTC
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May 2, 2021
Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of 'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available'
Amid complaints from parents that their children are being "indoctrinated," a Missouri school district official is advising English teachers to create a fake curriculum and keep the real one hidden.
The real one is focused on "antiracist" activism and issues of "white privilege," the Daily Wire reported.
The author of the memo is Natalie Fallert, the literacy speech coordinator for grades 6-12 in the Rockwood School District, serving several towns west of St. Louis that are overwhelmingly white.
She told middle and high-school English teachers in the district that parents had been complaining "we are pushing an agenda," "we are pushing Critical Race Theory (I had to look this one up!)," "we are making white kids feel bad about their privilege," we are "stereotyping," "we are teaching kids to be social activists" and "we are teaching kids to be democratic thinkers and activists."
The controversial curriculum included "Intersectionality 101," a video produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center. A handout for fifth-graders teaches "Michael Brown was murdered just steps from his mother's home in Ferguson, Missouri." And it says: "Disruption is the new world order. It is the way in which those who are denied power access power."
The complaints have come, the Daily Wire noted, as online teaching under COVID-19 protocols enables parents to see classroom instruction for the
first time.
Post by Ed Stasiak
“This doesn't mean throw out the lesson and find a new one. Just pull the resource off Canvas so parents cannot see it …
Keep teaching! Just don't make everything visible on Canvas. This is not being deceitful. This is just doing what you have done for years. Prior
to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available. You
taught in your classroom and things were peachy keen. We are going old-school. …
Post by Ed Stasiak
You could Duplicate an entry/lesson in Canvas (making 2 copies) Publish
ONE for the whole class that is a LEAN version of the lesson. The "original" that has all the stuff on it, can be published and only assigned to specific students (IF NEEDED), OR you could specifically email those students a copy of what they need.
Post by Ed Stasiak
The reason I say "make a copy" You can publish the NEW one that has less information on it. Then for that kid who is all virtual and needs to full lesson, you can publish it and assign it ONLY that kid…
Anything that "could" be picked apart I would suggest using this above approach… Again I wouldn't throw it out, but you could just not give them access to the story.
When you get to Power Imbalances – You might remove the two examples and just go over them in class (same as above). …
I hate that we are even having to have this conversation. 29 days and counting!”
When parents learned of Fallert's memo, Shelley Willott, assistant superintendent of learning and support services, engaged in damage control.
She sent out an email to parents on April 23 expressing "regret" for the memo and declaring the district views parents as "allies" in the education of "our children."
"Yesterday an email was sent to middle and high school English Language
Arts teachers from a district-level staff member that suggested teachers hide or alter content visible to parents in our learning management system," Willott wrote. "We want to assure you that the message was not reviewed or approved by anyone before it was sent. Asking teachers to conceal anything from parents does not reflect the mission, vision and values of the Rockwood School District and is counter to the goals set forth in our strategic plan, The Way Forward."
Post by Ed Stasiak
Willott acknowledged the memo "impacts the trust that is crucial for our partnership to be successful."
"Although we cannot share specifics related to a personnel matter, we can assure you that we find the email unacceptable, and it is certainly being addressed," she said.
I'll bet it is! The guy who wrote the memo is probably being told he
shouldn't be so damned open about it and to make sure he makes all the
changes necessary to hide the information from the parents but just be
more discrete going forward so that the damned parents don't go and make
a stink about it.
Post by Ed Stasiak
District spokesman David Morrison told the Daily Wire classroom materials will continue to be posted online. And the district will train educators "on how to curate books so that teachers are giving students a wide variety of choices in their learning materials."
And I'll bet every one of the many choices will be equally radical so
that Jimmy, Suzy, Achmed, Jorge and all their peers will all be SJWs and
junior Antifa no matter which books they read. Don't like The Communist
Manifesto? No worries, they can read Mao's Little Red Book instead. Etc.
Post by Ed Stasiak
He said teachers will be asked "to provide parents with book choices before a unit of study starts and information about read alouds that will be done in the classroom as part of regular communications with parents (i.e. weekly newsletters)."
'A disaster for this country'
The Biden administration, meanwhile, has submitted a new rule that would fund critical race theory in public schools.
Stanley Kurtz, writing for National Review Online, warns it would be "a
disaster for this country."
Post by Ed Stasiak
"Put that new rule together with the massive federal Civics Secures Democracy Act that pushes both leftist 'action civics' and Critical Race Theory, and K–12 education in America will be transformed beyond recognition."
"Action civics" is a style of education described as learning by doing,
with a focus on "collective action."
Post by Ed Stasiak
Kurtz, a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center who has taught at Harvard University and the University of Chicago, said the way to stop the "power play" is through state legislation that keeps both action civics and critical race theory out of K–12.
He has formulated a legislative proposal called the Partisanship Out of
Civics Act that does both, noting that most states are considering bills that bar only CRC.
Post by Ed Stasiak
On Monday, as WND reported, Idaho became the first state in the nation to put a bill on a governor's desk that would ban critical race theory in
public schools.
Post by Ed Stasiak
Action civics is just as dangerous as critical race theory, Kurtz contended, "and in fact is directly allied with it."
He pointed out that the "new ultra-woke Critical Race Theory-inspired teaching standards in Illinois even encourage teachers to substitute 'social justice work' and 'action civics projects' for traditional testing when determining a student’s grade."
In other words, your kid can pass their Action Civics class by
particpating in "mostly peaceful" protests - with bonus marks if they
firebomb a building or two.
Post by Ed Stasiak
Kurtz warned that if the federal Civics Secures Democracy Act passes before the start of the 2022 state legislative session, it may be too late to keep action civics and critical race theory out of the states.
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BTR1701
2021-05-05 03:43:46 UTC
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He pointed out that the "new ultra-woke Critical Race Theory-inspire
teaching standards in Illinois even encourage teachers to substitute 'socia
justice work' and 'action civics projects' for traditional testing whe
determining a student’s grade."
In other words, your kid can pass their Action Civics class by
particpating in "mostly peaceful" protests - with bonus marks if they
firebomb a building or two.
You get extra credit for every Starbucks window smashed and Target that yo
loot.
kensi
2021-05-05 03:35:57 UTC
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https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
May 2, 2021
Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of 'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available'
Amid complaints from parents that their children are being
"indoctrinated," a Missouri school district official is advising English
teachers to create a fake curriculum and keep the real one hidden.
The real one is focused on "antiracist" activism and issues of "white
privilege," the Daily Wire reported.
The author of the memo is Natalie Fallert, the literacy speech
coordinator for grades 6-12 in the Rockwood School District, serving
several towns west of St. Louis that are overwhelmingly white.
She told middle and high-school English teachers in the district that
parents had been complaining "we are pushing an agenda,"
An "agenda" of teaching the next generation that people are people are
people, and none are inherently inferior and less deserving. Ooooh, scary!
Post by Ed Stasiak
"we are pushing
Critical Race Theory (I had to look this one up!)," "we are making white
kids feel bad about their privilege," we are "stereotyping," "we are
teaching kids to be social activists" and "we are teaching kids to be
democratic thinkers and activists."
"Oh, my God! They'll be democratic thinkers?! And even take pro-democracy
actions? But ... but that will make it very difficult to institute a
dictatorship! We have to *do* something!"

Opposition to this would seem to be tantamount to an admission to wanting
to turn America into a dictatorship. Though the GOP has been saying that
quiet part out loud for, oh, a bit more than four years now, hasn't it?
They said it particularly loudly on January 6, as I recall. Two groups of
them beneath the Capitol rotunda: GOP lawmakers arguing that they should
be able to just ignore it if the people don't vote in the president the
big oil barons would have preferred got voted in; and GOP terrorists
rioting and actually attempting a bona fide coup.

Needless to say, a country where either a handful of superrich oil barons
or a handful of violent white supremacists get to pick the president
regardless of the wishes of the rest of the adult populace is not a
democracy, at least not anymore.
Post by Ed Stasiak
The controversial curriculum included "Intersectionality 101," a video
produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center. A handout for fifth-graders
teaches "Michael Brown was murdered just steps from his mother's home in
Ferguson, Missouri."
To anyone objecting to that last, might I suggest the following adage?
"Facts don't care about your feelings."
Post by Ed Stasiak
And it says: "Disruption is the new world order. It
is the way in which those who are denied power access power."
The complaints have come, the Daily Wire noted, as online teaching under
COVID-19 protocols enables parents to see classroom instruction for the
first time.
The assignments are now visible to at-home learners in a tool called
“This doesn't mean throw out the lesson and find a new one. Just pull
the resource off Canvas so parents cannot see it …
Keep teaching! Just don't make everything visible on Canvas. This is not
being deceitful. This is just doing what you have done for years. Prior
to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available.
You taught in your classroom and things were peachy keen. We are going
old-school. …
You could Duplicate an entry/lesson in Canvas (making 2 copies) Publish
ONE for the whole class that is a LEAN version of the lesson. The
"original" that has all the stuff on it, can be published and only
assigned to specific students (IF NEEDED), OR you could specifically
email those students a copy of what they need.
The reason I say "make a copy" You can publish the NEW one that has less
information on it. Then for that kid who is all virtual and needs to
full lesson, you can publish it and assign it ONLY that kid…
Anything that "could" be picked apart I would suggest using this above
approach… Again I wouldn't throw it out, but you could just not give
them access to the story.
When you get to Power Imbalances – You might remove the two examples and
just go over them in class (same as above). …
I hate that we are even having to have this conversation. 29 days and counting!”
When parents learned of Fallert's memo, Shelley Willott, assistant
superintendent of learning and support services, engaged in damage
control.
She sent out an email to parents on April 23 expressing "regret" for the
memo and declaring the district views parents as "allies" in the
education of "our children."
"Yesterday an email was sent to middle and high school English Language
Arts teachers from a district-level staff member that suggested teachers
hide or alter content visible to parents in our learning management
system," Willott wrote. "We want to assure you that the message was not
reviewed or approved by anyone before it was sent. Asking teachers to
conceal anything from parents does not reflect the mission, vision and
values of the Rockwood School District and is counter to the goals set
forth in our strategic plan, The Way Forward."
Willott acknowledged the memo "impacts the trust that is crucial for our
partnership to be successful."
"Although we cannot share specifics related to a personnel matter, we
can assure you that we find the email unacceptable, and it is certainly
being addressed," she said.
District spokesman David Morrison told the Daily Wire classroom
materials will continue to be posted online. And the district will train
educators "on how to curate books so that teachers are giving students a
wide variety of choices in their learning materials." He said teachers
will be asked "to provide parents with book choices before a unit of
study starts and information about read alouds that will be done in the
classroom as part of regular communications with parents (i.e. weekly
newsletters)."
'A disaster for this country'
The Biden administration, meanwhile, has submitted a new rule that would
fund critical race theory in public schools.
Stanley Kurtz, writing for National Review Online, warns it would be "a
disaster for this country."
Evidently, Stanley Kurtz thinks he's living in the Confederate States of
America. Do you want to break the news regarding the war's outcome to him,
or shall I?
Post by Ed Stasiak
"Put that new rule together with the massive federal Civics Secures
Democracy Act that pushes both leftist 'action civics' and Critical Race
Theory, and K–12 education in America will be transformed beyond
recognition."
Yep, a whole generation might grow up skeptical of the claims of racists
and white supremacists and taught to treat everyone with respect, even if
they have a different skin color or set of naughty bits. Oooh, scary!!
Post by Ed Stasiak
"Action civics" is a style of education described as learning by doing,
with a focus on "collective action."
Kurtz, a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center who has
taught at Harvard University and the University of Chicago, said the way
to stop the "power play" is through state legislation that keeps both
action civics and critical race theory out of K–12.
What will they propose next? Book burning?
Post by Ed Stasiak
He has formulated a legislative proposal called the Partisanship Out of
Civics Act that does both, noting that most states are considering bills
that bar only CRC.
On Monday, as WND reported, Idaho became the first state in the nation
to put a bill on a governor's desk that would ban critical race theory
in public schools.
Action civics is just as dangerous as critical race theory, Kurtz
contended, "and in fact is directly allied with it."
He pointed out that the "new ultra-woke Critical Race Theory-inspired
teaching standards in Illinois even encourage teachers to substitute
'social justice work' and 'action civics projects' for traditional
testing when determining a student’s grade."
Oh, well, we can't have *that*, now, can we? Kids growing up learning
to try to improve the world rather than undergoing traditional testing
so that they will be compliant and interchangeable factory drones? The
horror! Well, if you're Jeff Bezos and want a human workforce that's
treated like robots and expected to act like robots, perhaps it's
horrifying.
Post by Ed Stasiak
Kurtz warned that if the federal Civics Secures Democracy Act passes
before the start of the 2022 state legislative session, it may be too
late to keep action civics and critical race theory out of the states.
Really? Excellent! Maybe there's hope for the United States to join the
developed world after all.
--
"To explain the unknown by the known is a logical procedure; to explain
the known by the unknown is a form of theological lunacy." ~David Brooks
"I get fooled all the time by the constant hosiery parade
in here." ~Checkmate
BTR1701
2021-05-05 04:01:54 UTC
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Post by Ed Stasiak
https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
May 2, 2021
Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of 'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available'
Amid complaints from parents that their children are being
"indoctrinated," a Missouri school district official is advising English
teachers to create a fake curriculum and keep the real one hidden.
The real one is focused on "antiracist" activism and issues of "white
privilege," the Daily Wire reported.
The author of the memo is Natalie Fallert, the literacy speech
coordinator for grades 6-12 in the Rockwood School District, serving
several towns west of St. Louis that are overwhelmingly white.
She told middle and high-school English teachers in the district that
parents had been complaining "we are pushing an agenda,"
An "agenda" of teaching the next generation that people are people are
people, and none are inherently inferior and less deserving.
And accomplishing that by teaching the white kids that they're automaticall
racist just because they're white.

What a wonderful way of accomplishing your "everyone is equal" goal, galax
brain.
Post by kensi
Post by Ed Stasiak
The controversial curriculum included "Intersectionality 101," a video
produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center. A handout for fifth-graders
teaches "Michael Brown was murdered just steps from his mother's home in
Ferguson, Missouri."
To anyone objecting to that last, might I suggest the following adage?
"Facts don't care about your feelings."
And claiming that Michael Brown was murdered is not a fact, kooky.
Ian J. Ball
2021-05-05 04:25:00 UTC
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Post by Ed Stasiak
https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
May 2, 2021
Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of 'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available'
Amid complaints from parents that their children are being
"indoctrinated," a Missouri school district official is advising English
teachers to create a fake curriculum and keep the real one hidden.
The real one is focused on "antiracist" activism and issues of "white
privilege," the Daily Wire reported.
The author of the memo is Natalie Fallert, the literacy speech
coordinator for grades 6-12 in the Rockwood School District, serving
several towns west of St. Louis that are overwhelmingly white.
She told middle and high-school English teachers in the district that
parents had been complaining "we are pushing an agenda,"
An "agenda" of teaching the next generation that people are people are
people, and none are inherently inferior and less deserving.
And accomplishing that by teaching the white kids that they're automatically
racist just because they're white.
I've never regretted killfiling this particular Seamus sock - others
should follow my lead...
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"Who would ever do this to him!?" - HottCiara on DOOL (04-27-2020), asking
who would stab Victor Kirakis... How about ANYONE WHO'S EVER MET HIM??!!
kensi
2021-05-05 05:38:07 UTC
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https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
May 2, 2021
Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of 'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available'
Amid complaints from parents that their children are being
"indoctrinated," a Missouri school district official is advising
English teachers to create a fake curriculum and keep the real one
hidden.
The real one is focused on "antiracist" activism and issues of "white
privilege," the Daily Wire reported.
The author of the memo is Natalie Fallert, the literacy speech
coordinator for grades 6-12 in the Rockwood School District, serving
several towns west of St. Louis that are overwhelmingly white.
She told middle and high-school English teachers in the district that
parents had been complaining "we are pushing an agenda,"
An "agenda" of teaching the next generation that people are people are
people, and none are inherently inferior and less deserving.
And accomplishing that by teaching the white kids that they're
automatically racist just because they're white.
That's not really what it does. To call that even an "oversimplification"
would do it too much justice. It's Fox misinformation, like most of what
comes rattling out of your empty little head whenever something makes you
shake with fear, which of course is often. What was it this time, you saw
some statistics on changing demographics?
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Post by Ed Stasiak
The controversial curriculum included "Intersectionality 101," a
video produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center. A handout for
fifth-graders teaches "Michael Brown was murdered just steps from his
mother's home in Ferguson, Missouri."
To anyone objecting to that last, might I suggest the following adage?
"Facts don't care about your feelings."
And claiming that Michael Brown was murdered is not a fact, kooky.
Here are two more facts that don't care about your feelings: Brown was
unarmed and had his hands raised at the time a cop emptied an entire clip
into him. That is about as cut-and-dried as it gets: cold-blooded murder.
--
"To explain the unknown by the known is a logical procedure; to explain
the known by the unknown is a form of theological lunacy." ~David Brooks
"I get fooled all the time by the constant hosiery parade
in here." ~Checkmate
BTR1701
2021-05-05 06:51:59 UTC
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Post by Ed Stasiak
https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
May 2, 2021
Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of 'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available'
Amid complaints from parents that their children are being
"indoctrinated," a Missouri school district official is advising
English teachers to create a fake curriculum and keep the real one
hidden.
The real one is focused on "antiracist" activism and issues of "white
privilege," the Daily Wire reported.
The author of the memo is Natalie Fallert, the literacy speech
coordinator for grades 6-12 in the Rockwood School District, serving
several towns west of St. Louis that are overwhelmingly white.
She told middle and high-school English teachers in the district that
parents had been complaining "we are pushing an agenda,"
An "agenda" of teaching the next generation that people are people are
people, and none are inherently inferior and less deserving.
And accomplishing that by teaching the white kids that they're
automatically racist just because they're white.
That's not really what it does.
That's literally what they say. I've been through this crap 'training'
in the federal government. They literally tell you that you're a racist
merely because you're white. None of your actions, thoughts, intentions,
or quality of character matter. Just your skin color. And they make
you** stand up and take responsibility for oppressing blacks and
apologize to them for it.

(**Or at least they try and make you. Anyone with any actual backbone
gets up and walks out at that point.)
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The controversial curriculum included "Intersectionality 101," a
video produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center. A handout for
fifth-graders teaches "Michael Brown was murdered just steps from
his mother's home in Ferguson, Missouri."
To anyone objecting to that last, might I suggest the following
adage? "Facts don't care about your feelings."
And claiming that Michael Brown was murdered is not a fact, kooky.
Here are two more facts that don't care about your feelings: Brown was
unarmed and had his hands raised at the time a cop emptied an entire
clip into him.
Nope. Brown attacked the cop and was struggling for the cop's gun when
he was shot, which makes use of deadly force justified. Which means not
only no murder, it means no crime at all.

Oh, and just so you know, Wilson didn't "empty an entire clip" because
semi-auto pistols don't even use clips, kook.
Post by kensi
That is about as cut-and-dried as it gets: cold-blooded murder.
One federal DOJ investigation, one grand jury, and three state-level
investigations, including one by the black St. Louis County D.A. who ran
for office on a BLM campaign and is an activist for "police reform" all
found no crime was committed by Wilson, let alone "cut-and-dried
cold-blooded murder".

The FBI investigation into the incident found there was no evidence
whatsoever that Brown had his hands up in surrender or said "don't
shoot" to Wilson, and Dorian Johnson, the only witness and source of the
claim later retracted it. That "hands up, don't shoot" nonsense was
debunked long ago, kook. Not even BLM is pushing that bullshit anymore.
There's only one reason to try and take a cop's gun: attempted capital
murder. That's the crime that was being committed on the street that day
and it was Brown who committed it.
kensi
2021-05-05 07:42:01 UTC
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On May 4, 2021 at 8:35:57 PM PDT, "kensi"
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Post by Ed Stasiak
https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
May 2, 2021
Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of
'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available'
Amid complaints from parents that their children are being
"indoctrinated," a Missouri school district official is advising
English teachers to create a fake curriculum and keep the real one
hidden.
The real one is focused on "antiracist" activism and issues of
"white privilege," the Daily Wire reported.
The author of the memo is Natalie Fallert, the literacy speech
coordinator for grades 6-12 in the Rockwood School District,
serving several towns west of St. Louis that are overwhelmingly
white.
She told middle and high-school English teachers in the district
that parents had been complaining "we are pushing an agenda,"
An "agenda" of teaching the next generation that people are people
are people, and none are inherently inferior and less deserving.
And accomplishing that by teaching the white kids that they're
automatically racist just because they're white.
That's not really what it does.
That's literally what they say. I've been through this crap 'training'
in the federal government. They literally tell you that you're a racist
merely because you're white. None of your actions, thoughts, intentions,
or quality of character matter. Just your skin color. And they make
you** stand up and take responsibility for oppressing blacks and
apologize to them for it.
(**Or at least they try and make you. Anyone with any actual backbone
gets up and walks out at that point.)
That may be your one-time experience at one particular setting. The flaw
in your argument lies in your attempt to generalize from that to every
remotely related thing anywhere.
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Post by kensi
Post by kensi
Post by Ed Stasiak
The controversial curriculum included "Intersectionality 101," a
video produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center. A handout for
fifth-graders teaches "Michael Brown was murdered just steps from
his mother's home in Ferguson, Missouri."
To anyone objecting to that last, might I suggest the following
adage? "Facts don't care about your feelings."
And claiming that Michael Brown was murdered is not a fact, kooky.
Here are two more facts that don't care about your feelings: Brown was
unarmed and had his hands raised at the time a cop emptied an entire
clip into him.
Nope. Brown attacked the cop and was struggling for the cop's gun when
he was shot,
Nope. He was shot later:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Michael_Brown

"Brown turned around with his hands raised after Wilson shot at his
back. ... Wilson then shot Brown multiple times until Brown fell to the
ground."
Post by BTR1701
Oh, and just so you know, Wilson didn't "empty an entire clip"
"In the entire altercation, Wilson fired a total of twelve bullets"
Post by BTR1701
There's only one reason to try and take a cop's gun: attempted capital
murder.
No, there's at least one more: self-defense. Take the weapon so it
cannot be used against you. Subsequent events would seem to justify
Brown's fear of Wilson's continued possession of a firearm.

"Brown was unarmed and died on the street."
--
"To explain the unknown by the known is a logical procedure; to explain
the known by the unknown is a form of theological lunacy." ~David Brooks
"I get fooled all the time by the constant hosiery parade
in here." ~Checkmate
BTR1701
2021-05-05 07:49:14 UTC
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On May 4, 2021 at 8:35:57 PM PDT, "kensi"
Post by kensi
Post by Ed Stasiak
https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
May 2, 2021
Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of
'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it
available'
Amid complaints from parents that their children are being
"indoctrinated," a Missouri school district official is advising
English teachers to create a fake curriculum and keep the real one
hidden.
The real one is focused on "antiracist" activism and issues of
"white privilege," the Daily Wire reported.
The author of the memo is Natalie Fallert, the literacy speech
coordinator for grades 6-12 in the Rockwood School District,
serving several towns west of St. Louis that are overwhelmingly
white.
She told middle and high-school English teachers in the district
that parents had been complaining "we are pushing an agenda,"
An "agenda" of teaching the next generation that people are people
are people, and none are inherently inferior and less deserving.
And accomplishing that by teaching the white kids that they're
automatically racist just because they're white.
That's not really what it does.
That's literally what they say. I've been through this crap 'training'
in the federal government. They literally tell you that you're a racist
merely because you're white. None of your actions, thoughts, intentions,
or quality of character matter. Just your skin color. And they make
you** stand up and take responsibility for oppressing blacks and
apologize to them for it.
(**Or at least they try and make you. Anyone with any actual backbone
gets up and walks out at that point.)
That may be your one-time experience at one particular setting.
Not just me, princess.
Post by kensi
Post by BTR1701
Post by kensi
Post by kensi
Post by Ed Stasiak
The controversial curriculum included "Intersectionality 101," a
video produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center. A handout for
fifth-graders teaches "Michael Brown was murdered just steps from
his mother's home in Ferguson, Missouri."
To anyone objecting to that last, might I suggest the following
adage? "Facts don't care about your feelings."
And claiming that Michael Brown was murdered is not a fact, kooky.
Here are two more facts that don't care about your feelings: Brown was
unarmed and had his hands raised at the time a cop emptied an entire
clip into him.
Nope. Brown attacked the cop and was struggling for the cop's gun when
he was shot,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Michael_Brown
Oh, well, if Wikipedia says so, it must be true. Not like anyone can
just change it to fit their narrative or anything.

I'll certainly believe that over five comprehensive investigations and
the FBI any day.
Post by kensi
"Brown turned around with his hands raised after Wilson shot at his
back. ... Wilson then shot Brown multiple times until Brown fell to the
ground."
Post by BTR1701
Oh, and just so you know, Wilson didn't "empty an entire clip"
"In the entire altercation, Wilson fired a total of twelve bullets"
Doesn't change the fact that Wilson's gun didn't have a 'clip' in it to
empty in the first place.
Post by kensi
Post by BTR1701
One federal DOJ investigation, one grand jury, and three state-level
investigations, including one by the black St. Louis County D.A. who ran
for office on a BLM campaign and is an activist for "police reform" all
found no crime was committed by Wilson, let alone "cut-and-dried
cold-blooded murder".
The FBI investigation into the incident found there was no evidence
whatsoever that Brown had his hands up in surrender or said "don't
shoot" to Wilson, and Dorian Johnson, the only witness and source of the
claim later retracted it. That "hands up, don't shoot" nonsense was
debunked long ago, kook. Not even BLM is pushing that bullshit anymore.
There's only one reason to try and take a cop's gun: attempted capital
murder.
No, there's at least one more: self-defense. Take the weapon so it
cannot be used against you.
hahahahahaha! Good one.
kensi
2021-05-05 10:05:35 UTC
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On May 4, 2021 at 8:35:57 PM PDT, "kensi"
Post by kensi
Post by Ed Stasiak
https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
May 2, 2021
Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain
of 'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have
it available'
Amid complaints from parents that their children are being
"indoctrinated," a Missouri school district official is
advising English teachers to create a fake curriculum and keep
the real one hidden.
The real one is focused on "antiracist" activism and issues of
"white privilege," the Daily Wire reported.
The author of the memo is Natalie Fallert, the literacy speech
coordinator for grades 6-12 in the Rockwood School District,
serving several towns west of St. Louis that are overwhelmingly
white.
She told middle and high-school English teachers in the
district that parents had been complaining "we are pushing an
agenda,"
An "agenda" of teaching the next generation that people are
people are people, and none are inherently inferior and less
deserving.
And accomplishing that by teaching the white kids that they're
automatically racist just because they're white.
That's not really what it does.
That's literally what they say. I've been through this crap
'training' in the federal government. They literally tell you that
you're a racist merely because you're white. None of your actions,
thoughts, intentions,
or quality of character matter. Just your skin color. And they make
you** stand up and take responsibility for oppressing blacks and
apologize to them for it.
(**Or at least they try and make you. Anyone with any actual backbone
gets up and walks out at that point.)
That may be your one-time experience at one particular setting.
Not just me, princess.
You're claiming to speak for everybody, then, kOok? And who is "princess",
koOk? There is nobody in this newsgroup using that alias.
Post by BTR1701
Post by kensi
Post by BTR1701
Post by kensi
Post by kensi
Post by Ed Stasiak
The controversial curriculum included "Intersectionality 101," a
video produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center. A handout for
fifth-graders teaches "Michael Brown was murdered just steps
from his mother's home in Ferguson, Missouri."
To anyone objecting to that last, might I suggest the following
adage? "Facts don't care about your feelings."
And claiming that Michael Brown was murdered is not a fact, kooky.
Here are two more facts that don't care about your feelings: Brown
was unarmed and had his hands raised at the time a cop emptied an
entire clip into him.
Nope. Brown attacked the cop and was struggling for the cop's gun
when he was shot,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Michael_Brown
Oh, well, if Wikipedia says so, it must be true. Not like anyone can
just change it to fit their narrative or anything.
Not without quickly getting reverted. Statements must be sourced and
substantiated by those sources to last long there -- especially on any
article linked to a major controversy.
Post by BTR1701
I'll certainly believe that over five comprehensive investigations and
the FBI any day.
Law enforcement -- inherently biased when investigating misconduct by one
of their own.
Post by BTR1701
Post by kensi
"Brown turned around with his hands raised after Wilson shot at his
back. ... Wilson then shot Brown multiple times until Brown fell to the
ground."
Post by BTR1701
Oh, and just so you know, Wilson didn't "empty an entire clip"
"In the entire altercation, Wilson fired a total of twelve bullets"
Doesn't change the fact
What on Earth would *you* know about *facts*?!
Post by BTR1701
Post by kensi
Post by BTR1701
One federal DOJ investigation, one grand jury, and three state-level
investigations, including one by the black St. Louis County D.A. who
ran for office on a BLM campaign and is an activist for "police
reform" all found no crime was committed by Wilson, let alone
"cut-and-dried cold-blooded murder".
The FBI investigation into the incident found there was no evidence
whatsoever that Brown had his hands up in surrender or said "don't
shoot" to Wilson, and Dorian Johnson, the only witness and source of
the claim later retracted it. That "hands up, don't shoot" nonsense
was debunked long ago, kook. Not even BLM is pushing that bullshit
attempted capital murder.
No, there's at least one more: self-defense. Take the weapon so it
cannot be used against you.
hahahahahaha! Good one.
What, you don't believe that disarming someone who poses a threat might be
a tactically sound move?
--
"To explain the unknown by the known is a logical procedure; to explain
the known by the unknown is a form of theological lunacy." ~David Brooks
"I get fooled all the time by the constant hosiery parade
in here." ~Checkmate
trotsky
2021-05-05 11:25:10 UTC
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On May 4, 2021 at 8:35:57 PM PDT, "kensi"
Post by kensi
Post by Ed Stasiak
https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
May 2, 2021
Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of
'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it
available'
Amid complaints from parents that their children are being
"indoctrinated," a Missouri school district official is advising
English teachers to create a fake curriculum and keep the real one
hidden.
The real one is focused on "antiracist" activism and issues of
"white privilege," the Daily Wire reported.
The author of the memo is Natalie Fallert, the literacy speech
coordinator for grades 6-12 in the Rockwood School District,
serving several towns west of St. Louis that are overwhelmingly
white.
She told middle and high-school English teachers in the district
that parents had been complaining "we are pushing an agenda,"
An "agenda" of teaching the next generation that people are people
are people, and none are inherently inferior and less deserving.
And accomplishing that by teaching the white kids that they're
automatically racist just because they're white.
That's not really what it does.
That's literally what they say. I've been through this crap 'training'
in the federal government. They literally tell you that you're a racist
merely because you're white. None of your actions, thoughts, intentions,
or quality of character matter. Just your skin color. And they make
you** stand up and take responsibility for oppressing blacks and
apologize to them for it.
(**Or at least they try and make you. Anyone with any actual backbone
gets up and walks out at that point.)
That may be your one-time experience at one particular setting.
Not just me, princess.
Post by kensi
Post by BTR1701
Post by kensi
Post by kensi
Post by Ed Stasiak
The controversial curriculum included "Intersectionality 101," a
video produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center. A handout for
fifth-graders teaches "Michael Brown was murdered just steps from
his mother's home in Ferguson, Missouri."
To anyone objecting to that last, might I suggest the following
adage? "Facts don't care about your feelings."
And claiming that Michael Brown was murdered is not a fact, kooky.
Here are two more facts that don't care about your feelings: Brown was
unarmed and had his hands raised at the time a cop emptied an entire
clip into him.
Nope. Brown attacked the cop and was struggling for the cop's gun when
he was shot,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Michael_Brown
Oh, well, if Wikipedia says so, it must be true. Not like anyone can
just change it to fit their narrative or anything.
I'll certainly believe that over five comprehensive investigations and
the FBI any day.
Do you have a cite fore even one of them? Of course you don't.

Perhaps going after the low hanging fruit has made you a fruit, Derp.
trotsky
2021-05-05 11:23:05 UTC
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Post by Ed Stasiak
https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
May 2, 2021
Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of
'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available'
Amid complaints from parents that their children are being
"indoctrinated," a Missouri school district official is advising
English teachers to create a fake curriculum and keep the real one
hidden.
The real one is focused on "antiracist" activism and issues of "white
privilege," the Daily Wire reported.
The author of the memo is Natalie Fallert, the literacy speech
coordinator for grades 6-12 in the Rockwood School District, serving
several towns west of St. Louis that are overwhelmingly white.
She told middle and high-school English teachers in the district that
parents had been complaining "we are pushing an agenda,"
An "agenda" of teaching the next generation that people are people are
people, and none are inherently inferior and less deserving.
And accomplishing that by teaching the white kids that they're
automatically racist just because they're white.
That's not really what it does.
That's literally what they say. I've been through this crap 'training'
in the federal government. They literally tell you that you're a racist
merely because you're white. None of your actions, thoughts, intentions,
or quality of character matter. Just your skin color. And they make
you** stand up and take responsibility for oppressing blacks and
apologize to them for it.
In you case, though, it obviously was true.
Adam H. Kerman
2021-05-05 15:44:19 UTC
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https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
May 2, 2021
. . .
The controversial curriculum included "Intersectionality 101," a
video produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center. A handout for
fifth-graders teaches "Michael Brown was murdered just steps from
his mother's home in Ferguson, Missouri."
To anyone objecting to that last, might I suggest the following
adage? "Facts don't care about your feelings."
And claiming that Michael Brown was murdered is not a fact, kooky.
Here are two more facts that don't care about your feelings: Brown was
unarmed and had his hands raised at the time a cop emptied an entire
clip into him.
Nope. Brown attacked the cop and was struggling for the cop's gun when
he was shot, which makes use of deadly force justified. Which means not
only no murder, it means no crime at all.
Oh, and just so you know, Wilson didn't "empty an entire clip" because
semi-auto pistols don't even use clips, kook.
It's an even bigger lie: A few hours earlier, Brown had robbed a liquor
store. My guess is that he struggled with Wilson thinking Wilson was
arresting him for the robbery, but Wilson knew nothing about it.

The "Hands up! Don't shoot!" was nothing more than rhetoric from
Ferguson protestors in response to a lie that was circulating that Brown
fully surrended to Wilson and that the shooting was in cold blood.
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That is about as cut-and-dried as it gets: cold-blooded murder.
seamus knowingly repeats what it knows to be a false claim.
Post by BTR1701
One federal DOJ investigation, one grand jury, and three state-level
investigations, including one by the black St. Louis County D.A. who ran
for office on a BLM campaign and is an activist for "police reform" all
found no crime was committed by Wilson, let alone "cut-and-dried
cold-blooded murder".
The FBI investigation into the incident found there was no evidence
whatsoever that Brown had his hands up in surrender or said "don't
shoot" to Wilson, and Dorian Johnson, the only witness and source of the
claim later retracted it. That "hands up, don't shoot" nonsense was
debunked long ago, kook. Not even BLM is pushing that bullshit anymore.
There's only one reason to try and take a cop's gun: attempted capital
murder. That's the crime that was being committed on the street that day
and it was Brown who committed it.
This is a reasonable summary but short of changing the laws of physics,
it's impossible to overcome seamus's exceedingly high SRF to pound that
clue through.
FPP
2021-05-05 10:14:16 UTC
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May 2, 2021
World Nut Daily. Seriously...
--
Memoriam for the Turd Reich: "Truth isn't truth!" (Yes, it is.)*
"What you're seeing and what you're reading is not what's happening."
(Yes, it is.)*
"Our press secretary gave alternative facts" (No, he lied.)*
"I will never lie to you, you have my word on that" (Yes, you did... a
lot.)*

* Under New Management -January 20, 2021
trotsky
2021-05-05 13:30:45 UTC
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https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
May 2, 2021
Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of 'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available'
Amid complaints from parents that their children are being
"indoctrinated," a Missouri school district official is advising English
teachers to create a fake curriculum and keep the real one hidden.
The real one is focused on "antiracist" activism and issues of "white
privilege," the Daily Wire reported.
The author of the memo is Natalie Fallert, the literacy speech
coordinator for grades 6-12 in the Rockwood School District, serving
several towns west of St. Louis that are overwhelmingly white.
She told middle and high-school English teachers in the district that
parents had been complaining "we are pushing an agenda,"
An "agenda" of teaching the next generation that people are people are
people, and none are inherently inferior and less deserving.
And accomplishing that by teaching the white kids that they're automatically
racist just because they're white.
Correct, it should be the other way around: they're automatically white
because they're racist.
Rhino
2021-05-05 04:10:18 UTC
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https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
May 2, 2021
Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of 'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available'
Amid complaints from parents that their children are being
"indoctrinated," a Missouri school district official is advising English
teachers to create a fake curriculum and keep the real one hidden.
The real one is focused on "antiracist" activism and issues of "white
privilege," the Daily Wire reported.
The author of the memo is Natalie Fallert, the literacy speech
coordinator for grades 6-12 in the Rockwood School District, serving
several towns west of St. Louis that are overwhelmingly white.
She told middle and high-school English teachers in the district that
parents had been complaining "we are pushing an agenda,"
An "agenda" of teaching the next generation that people are people are
people, and none are inherently inferior and less deserving. Ooooh, scary!
Liar! The central core of Critical Race Theory is that white people are
evil, racist oppressors who need to be shoved aside so that the rightful
and righteous "people of colour", can take their places.
Post by kensi
Post by Ed Stasiak
"we are pushing
Critical Race Theory (I had to look this one up!)," "we are making white
kids feel bad about their privilege," we are "stereotyping," "we are
teaching kids to be social activists" and "we are teaching kids to be
democratic thinkers and activists."
"Oh, my God! They'll be democratic thinkers?! And even take pro-democracy
actions? But ... but that will make it very difficult to institute a
dictatorship! We have to *do* something!"
Democratic my ass! They will tolerate only opinions that don't
contradict their own. They will be the very model of intolerant
authoritarianism. You already HAVE a democracy and that is what is in
jeopardy with Critical Race Theory.
Post by kensi
Opposition to this would seem to be tantamount to an admission to wanting
to turn America into a dictatorship. Though the GOP has been saying that
quiet part out loud for, oh, a bit more than four years now, hasn't it?
They said it particularly loudly on January 6, as I recall. Two groups of
them beneath the Capitol rotunda: GOP lawmakers arguing that they should
be able to just ignore it if the people don't vote in the president the
big oil barons would have preferred got voted in; and GOP terrorists
rioting and actually attempting a bona fide coup.
Needless to say, a country where either a handful of superrich oil barons
or a handful of violent white supremacists get to pick the president
regardless of the wishes of the rest of the adult populace is not a
democracy, at least not anymore.
What a load of unadulterated horseshit.
Post by kensi
Post by Ed Stasiak
The controversial curriculum included "Intersectionality 101," a video
produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center. A handout for fifth-graders
teaches "Michael Brown was murdered just steps from his mother's home in
Ferguson, Missouri."
To anyone objecting to that last, might I suggest the following adage?
"Facts don't care about your feelings."
You won't know a fact if it came up and kicked you in your fat arse.
Post by kensi
Post by Ed Stasiak
And it says: "Disruption is the new world order. It
is the way in which those who are denied power access power."
The complaints have come, the Daily Wire noted, as online teaching under
COVID-19 protocols enables parents to see classroom instruction for the
first time.
The assignments are now visible to at-home learners in a tool called
“This doesn't mean throw out the lesson and find a new one. Just pull
the resource off Canvas so parents cannot see it …
Keep teaching! Just don't make everything visible on Canvas. This is not
being deceitful. This is just doing what you have done for years. Prior
to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available.
You taught in your classroom and things were peachy keen. We are going
old-school. …
You could Duplicate an entry/lesson in Canvas (making 2 copies) Publish
ONE for the whole class that is a LEAN version of the lesson. The
"original" that has all the stuff on it, can be published and only
assigned to specific students (IF NEEDED), OR you could specifically
email those students a copy of what they need.
The reason I say "make a copy" You can publish the NEW one that has less
information on it. Then for that kid who is all virtual and needs to
full lesson, you can publish it and assign it ONLY that kid…
Anything that "could" be picked apart I would suggest using this above
approach… Again I wouldn't throw it out, but you could just not give
them access to the story.
When you get to Power Imbalances – You might remove the two examples and
just go over them in class (same as above). …
I hate that we are even having to have this conversation. 29 days and counting!”
When parents learned of Fallert's memo, Shelley Willott, assistant
superintendent of learning and support services, engaged in damage
control.
She sent out an email to parents on April 23 expressing "regret" for the
memo and declaring the district views parents as "allies" in the
education of "our children."
"Yesterday an email was sent to middle and high school English Language
Arts teachers from a district-level staff member that suggested teachers
hide or alter content visible to parents in our learning management
system," Willott wrote. "We want to assure you that the message was not
reviewed or approved by anyone before it was sent. Asking teachers to
conceal anything from parents does not reflect the mission, vision and
values of the Rockwood School District and is counter to the goals set
forth in our strategic plan, The Way Forward."
Willott acknowledged the memo "impacts the trust that is crucial for our
partnership to be successful."
"Although we cannot share specifics related to a personnel matter, we
can assure you that we find the email unacceptable, and it is certainly
being addressed," she said.
District spokesman David Morrison told the Daily Wire classroom
materials will continue to be posted online. And the district will train
educators "on how to curate books so that teachers are giving students a
wide variety of choices in their learning materials." He said teachers
will be asked "to provide parents with book choices before a unit of
study starts and information about read alouds that will be done in the
classroom as part of regular communications with parents (i.e. weekly
newsletters)."
'A disaster for this country'
The Biden administration, meanwhile, has submitted a new rule that would
fund critical race theory in public schools.
Stanley Kurtz, writing for National Review Online, warns it would be "a
disaster for this country."
Evidently, Stanley Kurtz thinks he's living in the Confederate States of
America. Do you want to break the news regarding the war's outcome to him,
or shall I?
Post by Ed Stasiak
"Put that new rule together with the massive federal Civics Secures
Democracy Act that pushes both leftist 'action civics' and Critical Race
Theory, and K–12 education in America will be transformed beyond
recognition."
Yep, a whole generation might grow up skeptical of the claims of racists
and white supremacists and taught to treat everyone with respect, even if
they have a different skin color or set of naughty bits. Oooh, scary!!
Post by Ed Stasiak
"Action civics" is a style of education described as learning by doing,
with a focus on "collective action."
Kurtz, a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center who has
taught at Harvard University and the University of Chicago, said the way
to stop the "power play" is through state legislation that keeps both
action civics and critical race theory out of K–12.
What will they propose next? Book burning?
Post by Ed Stasiak
He has formulated a legislative proposal called the Partisanship Out of
Civics Act that does both, noting that most states are considering bills
that bar only CRC.
On Monday, as WND reported, Idaho became the first state in the nation
to put a bill on a governor's desk that would ban critical race theory
in public schools.
Action civics is just as dangerous as critical race theory, Kurtz
contended, "and in fact is directly allied with it."
He pointed out that the "new ultra-woke Critical Race Theory-inspired
teaching standards in Illinois even encourage teachers to substitute
'social justice work' and 'action civics projects' for traditional
testing when determining a student’s grade."
Oh, well, we can't have *that*, now, can we? Kids growing up learning
to try to improve the world rather than undergoing traditional testing
so that they will be compliant and interchangeable factory drones? The
horror! Well, if you're Jeff Bezos and want a human workforce that's
treated like robots and expected to act like robots, perhaps it's
horrifying.
Post by Ed Stasiak
Kurtz warned that if the federal Civics Secures Democracy Act passes
before the start of the 2022 state legislative session, it may be too
late to keep action civics and critical race theory out of the states.
Really? Excellent! Maybe there's hope for the United States to join the
developed world after all.
--
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2021-05-05 05:44:23 UTC
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May 2, 2021
Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of 'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available'
Amid complaints from parents that their children are being
"indoctrinated," a Missouri school district official is advising
English teachers to create a fake curriculum and keep the real one
hidden.
The real one is focused on "antiracist" activism and issues of "white
privilege," the Daily Wire reported.
The author of the memo is Natalie Fallert, the literacy speech
coordinator for grades 6-12 in the Rockwood School District, serving
several towns west of St. Louis that are overwhelmingly white.
She told middle and high-school English teachers in the district that
parents had been complaining "we are pushing an agenda,"
An "agenda" of teaching the next generation that people are people are
people, and none are inherently inferior and less deserving. Ooooh, scary!
Liar! The central core of Critical Race Theory is that white people are
evil, racist oppressors who need to be shoved aside so that the rightful
and righteous "people of colour", can take their places.
That's what Fox told you.
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"we are pushing Critical Race Theory (I had to look this one up!),"
"we are making white kids feel bad about their privilege," we are
"stereotyping," "we are teaching kids to be social activists" and "we
are teaching kids to be democratic thinkers and activists."
"Oh, my God! They'll be democratic thinkers?! And even take
pro-democracy actions? But ... but that will make it very difficult to
institute a dictatorship! We have to *do* something!"
Democratic my ass! They will tolerate only opinions that don't
contradict their own. They will be the very model of intolerant
authoritarianism.
How ironic, coming from someone who supported Trump, who made every effort
to stay in power after losing an election, and the Trumpcamps, Muslim ban,
and other intolerant and authoritarian Trumpite policies and actions.
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Opposition to this would seem to be tantamount to an admission to
wanting to turn America into a dictatorship. Though the GOP has been
saying that quiet part out loud for, oh, a bit more than four years
now, hasn't it? They said it particularly loudly on January 6, as I
recall. Two groups of them beneath the Capitol rotunda: GOP lawmakers
arguing that they should be able to just ignore it if the people don't
vote in the president the big oil barons would have preferred got voted
in; and GOP terrorists rioting and actually attempting a bona fide
coup.
Needless to say, a country where either a handful of superrich oil
barons or a handful of violent white supremacists get to pick the
president regardless of the wishes of the rest of the adult populace is
not a democracy, at least not anymore.
What a load of unadulterated horseshit.
Please be more specific: are you claiming that GOP politicians don't take
a lot of oil money, that the GOP rank-and-file are not heavily
propagandized by Fox News, that Fox News is not owned, indirectly, by oil
barons, or that the terrorists were not white supremacists?

(It's a trick question. No matter which answer you give I have citations
ready and waiting to spnak you into next week. *snicker*)
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The controversial curriculum included "Intersectionality 101," a video
produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center. A handout for
fifth-graders teaches "Michael Brown was murdered just steps from his
mother's home in Ferguson, Missouri."
To anyone objecting to that last, might I suggest the following adage?
"Facts don't care about your feelings."
You won't know a fact if it came up and kicked you in your fat arse.
Ohhh, the irony.
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And it says: "Disruption is the new world order. It is the way in
which those who are denied power access power."
The complaints have come, the Daily Wire noted, as online teaching
under COVID-19 protocols enables parents to see classroom instruction
for the first time.
The assignments are now visible to at-home learners in a tool called
“This doesn't mean throw out the lesson and find a new one. Just pull
the resource off Canvas so parents cannot see it …
Keep teaching! Just don't make everything visible on Canvas. This is
not being deceitful. This is just doing what you have done for years.
Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it
available.
You taught in your classroom and things were peachy keen. We are going
old-school. …
You could Duplicate an entry/lesson in Canvas (making 2 copies)
Publish ONE for the whole class that is a LEAN version of the lesson.
The "original" that has all the stuff on it, can be published and only
assigned to specific students (IF NEEDED), OR you could specifically
email those students a copy of what they need.
The reason I say "make a copy" You can publish the NEW one that has
less information on it. Then for that kid who is all virtual and needs
to full lesson, you can publish it and assign it ONLY that kid…
Anything that "could" be picked apart I would suggest using this above
approach… Again I wouldn't throw it out, but you could just not give
them access to the story.
When you get to Power Imbalances – You might remove the two examples
and just go over them in class (same as above). …
I hate that we are even having to have this conversation. 29 days and counting!”
When parents learned of Fallert's memo, Shelley Willott, assistant
superintendent of learning and support services, engaged in damage
control.
She sent out an email to parents on April 23 expressing "regret" for
the memo and declaring the district views parents as "allies" in the
education of "our children."
"Yesterday an email was sent to middle and high school English
Language Arts teachers from a district-level staff member that
suggested teachers hide or alter content visible to parents in our
learning management system," Willott wrote. "We want to assure you
that the message was not reviewed or approved by anyone before it was
sent. Asking teachers to conceal anything from parents does not
reflect the mission, vision and values of the Rockwood School District
and is counter to the goals set forth in our strategic plan, The Way
Forward."
Willott acknowledged the memo "impacts the trust that is crucial for
our partnership to be successful."
"Although we cannot share specifics related to a personnel matter, we
can assure you that we find the email unacceptable, and it is
certainly being addressed," she said.
District spokesman David Morrison told the Daily Wire classroom
materials will continue to be posted online. And the district will
train educators "on how to curate books so that teachers are giving
students
a
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wide variety of choices in their learning materials." He said teachers
will be asked "to provide parents with book choices before a unit of
study starts and information about read alouds that will be done in
the classroom as part of regular communications with parents (i.e.
weekly newsletters)."
'A disaster for this country'
The Biden administration, meanwhile, has submitted a new rule that
would fund critical race theory in public schools.
Stanley Kurtz, writing for National Review Online, warns it would be
"a disaster for this country."
Evidently, Stanley Kurtz thinks he's living in the Confederate States
of America. Do you want to break the news regarding the war's outcome
to him, or shall I?
*crickets*
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Post by Ed Stasiak
"Put that new rule together with the massive federal Civics Secures
Democracy Act that pushes both leftist 'action civics' and Critical
Race Theory, and K–12 education in America will be transformed beyond
recognition."
Yep, a whole generation might grow up skeptical of the claims of
racists and white supremacists and taught to treat everyone with
respect, even if they have a different skin color or set of naughty
bits. Oooh, scary!!
*crickets*
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Post by kensi
Post by Ed Stasiak
"Action civics" is a style of education described as learning by
doing, with a focus on "collective action."
Kurtz, a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center who has
taught at Harvard University and the University of Chicago, said the
way to stop the "power play" is through state legislation that keeps
both action civics and critical race theory out of K–12.
What will they propose next? Book burning?
*crickets*
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Post by Ed Stasiak
He has formulated a legislative proposal called the Partisanship Out
of Civics Act that does both, noting that most states are considering
bills that bar only CRC.
On Monday, as WND reported, Idaho became the first state in the nation
to put a bill on a governor's desk that would ban critical race theory
in public schools.
Action civics is just as dangerous as critical race theory, Kurtz
contended, "and in fact is directly allied with it."
He pointed out that the "new ultra-woke Critical Race Theory-inspired
teaching standards in Illinois even encourage teachers to substitute
'social justice work' and 'action civics projects' for traditional
testing when determining a student’s grade."
Oh, well, we can't have *that*, now, can we? Kids growing up learning
to try to improve the world rather than undergoing traditional testing
so that they will be compliant and interchangeable factory drones? The
horror! Well, if you're Jeff Bezos and want a human workforce that's
treated like robots and expected to act like robots, perhaps it's
horrifying.
*crickets*
Post by Rhino
Post by kensi
Post by Ed Stasiak
Kurtz warned that if the federal Civics Secures Democracy Act passes
before the start of the 2022 state legislative session, it may be too
late to keep action civics and critical race theory out of the states.
Really? Excellent! Maybe there's hope for the United States to join the
developed world after all.
*crickets*
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the known by the unknown is a form of theological lunacy." ~David Brooks
"I get fooled all the time by the constant hosiery parade
in here." ~Checkmate
Ed Stasiak
2021-05-05 10:27:02 UTC
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kensi
Ed Stasiak
She told middle and high-school English teachers in the district
that parents had been complaining "we are pushing an agenda,"
An "agenda" of teaching the next generation that people are people
are people, and none are inherently inferior and less deserving.
Ooooh, scary!
Except for White people, who are deplorable evil racists responsible
for all the world’s ills…
Post by kensi
"we are pushing Critical Race Theory (I had to look this one up!),"
”we are making white kids feel bad about their privilege," we are
”stereotyping," "we are teaching kids to be social activists" and
”we are teaching kids to be democratic thinkers and activists."
Opposition to this would seem to be tantamount to an admission
to wanting to turn America into a dictatorship.
Critical Race Theory is a straight-up objectively racist doctrine,
it’s no different then what Hitler was saying about Jews.
Post by kensi
The controversial curriculum included "Intersectionality 101,"
a video produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center. A handout
for fifth-graders teaches "Michael Brown was murdered just steps
from his mother's home in Ferguson, Missouri."
To anyone objecting to that last, might I suggest the following adage?
”Facts don't care about your feelings."
“Facts”? It’s a blatant lie, Michael Brown shoplifted at a convenience
store, assaulted the store owner and attacked a cop, none of this is
debatable.
Post by kensi
Kurtz, a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center who
has taught at Harvard University and the University of Chicago,
said the way to stop the "power play" is through state legislation
that keeps both action civics and critical race theory out of K–12.
What will they propose next? Book burning?
It’s the Left/Dems who are rioting, burning, calling for censorship and
demanding indoctrination of our children (and forcing parents to pay
for it!).
FPP
2021-05-05 12:26:48 UTC
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kensi
Ed Stasiak
She told middle and high-school English teachers in the district
that parents had been complaining "we are pushing an agenda,"
An "agenda" of teaching the next generation that people are people
are people, and none are inherently inferior and less deserving.
Ooooh, scary!
Except for White people, who are deplorable evil racists responsible
for all the world’s ills…
Post by kensi
"we are pushing Critical Race Theory (I had to look this one up!),"
”we are making white kids feel bad about their privilege," we are
”stereotyping," "we are teaching kids to be social activists" and
”we are teaching kids to be democratic thinkers and activists."
Opposition to this would seem to be tantamount to an admission
to wanting to turn America into a dictatorship.
Critical Race Theory is a straight-up objectively racist doctrine,
it’s no different then what Hitler was saying about Jews.
Post by kensi
The controversial curriculum included "Intersectionality 101,"
a video produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center. A handout
for fifth-graders teaches "Michael Brown was murdered just steps
from his mother's home in Ferguson, Missouri."
To anyone objecting to that last, might I suggest the following adage?
”Facts don't care about your feelings."
“Facts”? It’s a blatant lie, Michael Brown shoplifted at a convenience
store, assaulted the store owner and attacked a cop, none of this is
debatable.
Post by kensi
Kurtz, a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center who
has taught at Harvard University and the University of Chicago,
said the way to stop the "power play" is through state legislation
that keeps both action civics and critical race theory out of K–12.
What will they propose next? Book burning?
It’s the Left/Dems who are rioting, burning, calling for censorship and
demanding indoctrination of our children (and forcing parents to pay
for it!).
Really? Here’s the impact Republican words have had on our country in a
day.

- 140 officers injured
- 3 police officers dead
- $30,000,000 in damage
- 414 arrests
- 2,300 National Guard troops deployed
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FPP
2021-05-05 12:36:43 UTC
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kensi
Ed Stasiak
She told middle and high-school English teachers in the district
that parents had been complaining "we are pushing an agenda,"
An "agenda" of teaching the next generation that people are people
are people, and none are inherently inferior and less deserving.
Ooooh, scary!
Except for White people, who are deplorable evil racists responsible
for all the world’s ills…
Post by kensi
"we are pushing Critical Race Theory (I had to look this one up!),"
”we are making white kids feel bad about their privilege," we are
”stereotyping," "we are teaching kids to be social activists" and
”we are teaching kids to be democratic thinkers and activists."
Opposition to this would seem to be tantamount to an admission
to wanting to turn America into a dictatorship.
Critical Race Theory is a straight-up objectively racist doctrine,
it’s no different then what Hitler was saying about Jews.
Post by kensi
The controversial curriculum included "Intersectionality 101,"
a video produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center. A handout
for fifth-graders teaches "Michael Brown was murdered just steps
from his mother's home in Ferguson, Missouri."
To anyone objecting to that last, might I suggest the following adage?
”Facts don't care about your feelings."
“Facts”?  It’s a blatant lie, Michael Brown shoplifted at a convenience
store, assaulted the store owner and attacked a cop, none of this is
debatable.
Post by kensi
Kurtz, a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center who
has taught at Harvard University and the University of Chicago,
said the way to stop the "power play" is through state legislation
that keeps both action civics and critical race theory out of K–12.
What will they propose next? Book burning?
It’s the Left/Dems who are rioting, burning, calling for censorship and
demanding indoctrination of our children (and forcing parents to pay
for it!).
Liz Cheney is about to be purged for telling the truth, just like Stalin
did. You guys live in glass houses.
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"What you're seeing and what you're reading is not what's happening."
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kensi
2021-05-06 04:12:42 UTC
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kensi
Ed Stasiak
She told middle and high-school English teachers in the district that
parents had been complaining "we are pushing an agenda,"
An "agenda" of teaching the next generation that people are people are
people, and none are inherently inferior and less deserving. Ooooh, scary!
Except for White people, who are deplorable evil racists responsible for
all the world’s ills…
You said that, not me. Perhaps you have a guilty conscience about
something?
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"we are pushing Critical Race Theory (I had to look this one up!),"
”we are making white kids feel bad about their privilege," we are
”stereotyping," "we are teaching kids to be social activists" and ”we
are teaching kids to be democratic thinkers and activists."
Opposition to this would seem to be tantamount to an admission to
wanting to turn America into a dictatorship.
Critical Race Theory is a straight-up objectively racist doctrine,
it’s no different then what Hitler was saying about Jews.
[citation desperately needed]
Post by kensi
The controversial curriculum included "Intersectionality 101,"
a video produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center. A handout for
fifth-graders teaches "Michael Brown was murdered just steps from his
mother's home in Ferguson, Missouri."
To anyone objecting to that last, might I suggest the following adage?
”Facts don't care about your feelings."
“Facts”? It’s a blatant lie, Michael Brown shoplifted at a convenience
store, assaulted the store owner and attacked a cop, none of this is
debatable.
Be that as it may, he also had no weapon and had his hands up when he was
shot. The cop may have been justifiably angry, but that doesn't excuse
revenge-killing a suspect who is now surrendering.
Post by kensi
Kurtz, a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center who has
taught at Harvard University and the University of Chicago,
said the way to stop the "power play" is through state legislation
that keeps both action civics and critical race theory out of K–12.
What will they propose next? Book burning?
It’s the Left/Dems who are rioting, burning, calling for censorship and
demanding indoctrination of our children (and forcing parents to pay for
it!).
What censorship would that be? And *please* don't cite some instance of a
private business making the private-business decision to not provide a
megaphone to Donald Trump or some other far-right lunatic. As you
conservatives are so fond of pointing out, private businesses have very
wide latitude to make whatever decisions they think are the best for their
bottom lines, as long as they remain within the law.
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the known by the unknown is a form of theological lunacy." ~David Brooks
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in here." ~Checkmate
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2021-05-05 03:42:14 UTC
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Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain o
'indoctrination'
They're telling you who they are and what they're trying to do.

Believe them.
FPP
2021-05-05 10:13:47 UTC
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Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of 'indoctrination'
They're telling you who they are and what they're trying to do.
Believe them.
World Nut Daily. You seriously give a shit what they say?
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trotsky
2021-05-05 13:25:41 UTC
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Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of 'indoctrination'
They're telling you who they are and what they're trying to do.
Believe them.
Per World News Daily, right? What does Batboy have to say about it?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bat_Boy_(character)


Oh, sorry, that's Weekly World News.
Ian J. Ball
2021-05-05 04:27:01 UTC
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Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of 'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available'
Amid complaints from parents that their children are being
"indoctrinated," a Missouri school district official is advising
English teachers to create a fake curriculum and keep the real one
hidden.
Just in case anyone is unclear, this is a massive violation of teaching
ethics to do this - to basically publish a "fake" syllabus/curriculum.

Because, for one thing, it's fraud.
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shawn
2021-05-05 04:30:03 UTC
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https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
May 2, 2021
Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of 'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available'
Amid complaints from parents that their children are being
"indoctrinated," a Missouri school district official is advising
English teachers to create a fake curriculum and keep the real one
hidden.
Just in case anyone is unclear, this is a massive violation of teaching
ethics to do this - to basically publish a "fake" syllabus/curriculum.
Because, for one thing, it's fraud.
It also doesn't work well when you know the students will bring it up
to the parents when things start to go in a different direction from
what was supposedly planned. So what does the school district official
think that will accomplish other than angering parents even more so
than they already are?
FPP
2021-05-05 10:17:19 UTC
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https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
May 2, 2021
Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of 'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available'
Amid complaints from parents that their children are being
"indoctrinated," a Missouri school district official is advising
English teachers to create a fake curriculum and keep the real one
hidden.
Just in case anyone is unclear, this is a massive violation of teaching
ethics to do this - to basically publish a "fake" syllabus/curriculum.
Because, for one thing, it's fraud.
It also doesn't work well when you know the students will bring it up
to the parents when things start to go in a different direction from
what was supposedly planned. So what does the school district official
think that will accomplish other than angering parents even more so
than they already are?
Which is why you see it on World Nut Daily... along with the
dick-hardening pills and covid cures.
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RichA
2021-05-05 04:41:01 UTC
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Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of 'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available'
left-wingers here have made a laughable and HIGHLY ironic show of saying private companies should be able to set their own standards and
not be dictated to by individuals. How about public-funded schools? Who "owns" them? Do the same rules apply whereby
the parents and tax-payers could set the agenda?
trotsky
2021-05-05 11:41:57 UTC
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Teachers told to give fake curriculum to parents who complain of 'indoctrination'
'Prior to the pandemic you didn't send everything home or have it available'
left-wingers here have made a laughable and HIGHLY ironic show of saying private companies should be able to set their own standards
???? What the fuck were "right-wingers" doing with Citizens United then?
FPP
2021-05-05 10:12:47 UTC
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World Nut Daily?????
Really, Ed?
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Ed Stasiak
2021-05-05 10:34:37 UTC
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FPP
Ed Stasiak
https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
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World Nut Daily?????
Really, Ed?
Says the guy who regularly posts “proof” from Snopes…

https://ibb.co/Zzqn8z4
FPP
2021-05-05 12:34:22 UTC
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FPP
Ed Stasiak
https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
May 2, 2021
World Nut Daily?????
Really, Ed?
Says the guy who regularly posts “proof” from Snopes…
https://ibb.co/Zzqn8z4
Yup. Snopes does fact-checking. You don't... you just buy whatever
someone in a tin-foil hat is selling.
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“California To Register Illegal Aliens To Vote – Automatically.” – Pants on Fire
“A U.S. Government Accountability Office report says Planned Parenthood Federation of America cannot find some $1.3 billion given to it by the federal government from 2002 through 2008.” – Pants on fire
White House spokesman Robert Gibbs “lied” when he said President Obama’s birth certificate is posted on the Internet. – False
Chobani CEO Hamdi Ulukaya vowed to “drown the United States in Muslims” and is “importing them to Idaho 300 at a time to work in his factory.” – Mostly False
Elena Kagan Tied to Obama’s Birth Certificate – False
A town in New Jersey has forbidden residents from criticizing Muslims or Islam in keeping with sharia law. – Mostly False
In early 2019, vandals targeted 12 churches in France over seven days. – Mostly False
Yeah, Ed... you listen to the nuts... they'll tell you what you want to
hear every time.

Let me know how they're making out with Kamala Harris's book, and the
Biden meat ban.

Thanny won't tell me what's going on any more, since his ass was so
thoroughly waxed.
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Memoriam for the Turd Reich: "Truth isn't truth!" (Yes, it is.)*
"What you're seeing and what you're reading is not what's happening."
(Yes, it is.)*
"Our press secretary gave alternative facts" (No, he lied.)*
"I will never lie to you, you have my word on that" (Yes, you did... a
lot.)*

* Under New Management -January 20, 2021
FPP
2021-05-05 12:38:12 UTC
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Ed Stasiak
https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
May 2, 2021
World Nut Daily?????
Really, Ed?
Says the guy who regularly posts “proof” from Snopes…
The Onion has more credibility than World Nut Daily.
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Memoriam for the Turd Reich: "Truth isn't truth!" (Yes, it is.)*
"What you're seeing and what you're reading is not what's happening."
(Yes, it is.)*
"Our press secretary gave alternative facts" (No, he lied.)*
"I will never lie to you, you have my word on that" (Yes, you did... a
lot.)*

* Under New Management -January 20, 2021
moviePig
2021-05-05 14:04:42 UTC
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Ed Stasiak
https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
May 2, 2021
World Nut Daily?????
Really, Ed?
Says the guy who regularly posts “proof” from Snopes…
https://ibb.co/Zzqn8z4
Snopes makes its living from adjudicating controversy.

Tabloids make their living from ginning it up.

Staff's personal morals aside, which seems more fact-dependent?
FPP
2021-05-05 21:04:03 UTC
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Ed Stasiak
https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/4912233/
May 2, 2021
World Nut Daily?????
Really, Ed?
Says the guy who regularly posts “proof” from Snopes…
https://ibb.co/Zzqn8z4
Snopes makes its living from adjudicating controversy.
Tabloids make their living from ginning it up.
Staff's personal morals aside, which seems more fact-dependent?
To Ed? The birther people, of course!
Post by moviePig
It featured a six-part series claiming (falsely) that soybean consumption causes homosexuality and promoted Scott Lively’s vile opus The Pink Swastika, which says that gays were behind the Holocaust.
It has identified the first “leftist” as Satan, and declared that
Muslims have a “20-point plan for conquering the United States by 2020.”

It has warned of secret plans to create a North American Union, advised
readers to invest all their assets in gold, and promoted myriad, if
conflicting, theories about when and how the world will end.
Post by moviePig
WND’s stable of writers includes “birther” conspiracist Jerome Corsi; Bob Unruh, a former Associated Press reporter who once sued his fifth-grade daughter’s school after it forbade her to distribute promotional materials for his wife’s “vacation bible school”; black neo-secessionist Walter E. Williams, who in a 2002 WND column wrote that the Civil War was an unconstitutional exercise of “federal abuse and usurpation;” and a panoply of other far-right and ultraconservative voices.
This doesn't even SCRATCH the surface of the batshit crazy at World Nut
Daily. Ed's in good company.
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Memoriam for the Turd Reich: "Truth isn't truth!" (Yes, it is.)*
"What you're seeing and what you're reading is not what's happening."
(Yes, it is.)*
"Our press secretary gave alternative facts" (No, he lied.)*
"I will never lie to you, you have my word on that" (Yes, you did... a
lot.)*

* Under New Management -January 20, 2021
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