The American school system has long abandoned its job of teaching the young. It’s not an exaggeration to say that our schools are little more than indoctrination centers. They don’t really prepare our children for the world. They just teach them to be scared, dependent, and to disregard any traditional value. And god forbid one of your boys does something even remotely masculine outside of a physical education class or a football field. In most schools, boys are treated far more harshly than girls are for their bad behavior.
Jeff interviews unschooling and peaceful parenting advocate, Dayna Martin, topics include: Dayna a leader in unschooling, Dayna’s wonderful 3 day workshop at Anarchapulco, day to day life unschooling with 4 children, highly independent polymath children, intuitive parenting, increasing advocacy, mental liberation, fundamental self change and growth, self discovery, evolving into higher consciousness, transcending one’s reactionary triggers, peaceful parenting, children’s rights, mental liberation, Dayna’s women’s circle at Anarchapulco!
The runaway cost to attend college just continues to sprint ahead. The average student loan balance for graduating seniors is now $40,000. This is astronomical considering the per capita wage of Americans is in the high $20,000 range.
At the heart of the social insanity, mindless acquiescence to authority, and automatic compliance with any and every new government rule or regulation, is a deliberate effort to dumb down the population. It takes place in the halls of our educational institutions, and it comes home with us at night to our television screens.
The iconic white-picket fence is a pipe dream when the economy is managed by criminals.
Late last summer, Texas teacher Brandy Young made internet waves when she sent a note about homework to the parents of her students. Instead of the normal spend-30-minutes-a-day-on-homework command that parents normally hear, Mrs. Young’s note informed them that she would not be giving homework at all. Instead, she asked families to spend more time reading, eating dinner, and playing outside, all factors which research has found to contribute to greater student success.
There is a massive student loan epidemic in the United States. Over $1.4 trillion in student debt is floating around in our economy lingering like an albatross on the necks of many young students. While the idea of getting a college degree is more popular today than ever, it would seem like going to spring break is also very popular. It is hard to track how students spend their student loans. Obviously most (if not all) goes to pay for college for the vast majority of students. But some use student loans to finance unnecessary items like partying it up on spring break and getting inebriated to celebrate a semester well done. A new LendEDU poll found that roughly one-third of college students used a part of their student loans to finance their spring break. While this is not the bulk of young college going Americans, the number is somewhat startling. Priorities folks!
Parkland, WA — An 8-year-old elementary school student involved in what would have been considered an ordinary playground fight just a decade ago, had his hands pulled behind his back and cuffed by a school resource officer — and the boy’s outraged mother is speaking out.
“Rochester Public School Board members voted last week to enforce a state law that requires students be immunized or be officially exempt for reasons such as health or religion. Students had to submit the proper paperwork to the school district in order to prove they are exempt by Wednesday. The Rochester School district said the decision to prohibit students from attending class that did not have official documentation that they received their vaccines is simply enforcing a state law.”
Joe Atwill and Jan Irvin discuss Joe’s latest research into Alfred Kinsey and the promotion of pedophilia.
Cardiff University told students and staff to avoid gendered words like “sportsmanship” and “manpower,” also saying that “first name” or “forename” is preferable to “Christian name.” The inclusive-language guidelines, which have been in place for a few years but were first reported by the Telegraph Thursday, are an effort to “promote fairness and equality through raising awareness about potentially discriminatory vocabulary.”
PRIMARY pupils are being quizzed in the classroom about how much alcohol their parents drink, how many toys and computer games they have and even how often they are allowed Irn Bru.
A Canadian science teacher has been found guilty of “professional misconduct” – not for harassing a student or neglecting his instructional duties as you might expect, but simply because he dared to warn his students about the potential side effects of childhood vaccines.