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It was Karl Marx who said, “The family… must itself be theoretically and practically destroyed.”

The Ruse of Children’s Rights

By Rosanne Lindsay

We are entering the era of mandates and government invasion, where up is down, privileges are rights, and children are the property of the State. 1,400 more words

EVEN MORE Pissed Off

What's Competency Based Education?

Alyson Williams, who worked in data management for the publishing industry, a mother who has written and spoken much about education and data reforms over the past several years, has just given a speech at the Agency Based Education Conference. 160 more words

How The Common Core Initiative Hurts Kids, Teachers, And Taxpayers

Imagine a World Free from Compulsory Schooling

Last week I wrote a pretty controversial post about the government’s role in the educational system. One of the points I made that is nearest and dearest to my heart is that… 682 more words


Poor Children Need a New Brown v. Board of Education

Students deserve federal protection from the twisted logic of tenure rules that undermine learning.

Aug. 28, 2016 5:50 p.m. 900 more words

School Choice

Noncustodial Parents Have Rights

Unless your rights have been terminated by a Judicial proceeding, either via Termination and/or Adoption, you have rights.

MCA § 93­-5-26 (click) provides that you, as a parent, have rights of access to records and information pertaining to your minor child(ren), including but not limited to medical, dental and school records and these shall NOT be denied to a parent because you are not the custodial parent. 68 more words

General Legal

Dr. Stotsky Exposes MA Supreme Court's Stopping of Voters From Opportunity to Repeal Common Core

Guest post by Dr. Sandra Stotsky, published with permission from the author;

article was originally published July 8, 2016 at New Boston Post.

Last week, the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts stopped voters from weighing in on a citizen-backed initiative to repeal Common Core. 984 more words

How The Common Core Initiative Hurts Kids, Teachers, And Taxpayers

Can Parents Combat the Media's Tolerance of Institutional Manipulation?

Guest post by Dr. Sandra Stotsky

This week, the New Boston Post published this article by Dr. Sandra Stotsky, which is republished here with the author’s permission. 774 more words

It's Not Too Late To Reclaim Educational Sovereignty For Utah