Here's what's behind the JeffCo history curriculum protests | CPR
QUIZ: A peek at the new history coursework that sparked JeffCo proposal | CPR
Both articles contain references to be reviewed. In addition, there is a report to the school board (I reviewed it in hard print at the briefing) you can research.
A 45 second review of the facts will convince you that the history curriculum kerfuffle is a strawman, intended to bring public pressure on the school board in order to weaken their position in the ongoing labor discussions with the teachers' union. The kids are being used ...
I'm amazed that I had to spend 13 seconds of my life because you were too lazy, or intellectually dishonest, to do a google search.
A simple thank you will do.
We're born alone, we live alone, we die alone. Only through our love and friendship can we create the illusion for the moment that we're not alone.
- Orson Welles
Rosa parks protested authority she did not turn to violate action, the Boston tea party was not a protest, because it involved the destruction of property, nothing can be a protest if it violates property, because protesting is a right, nothing can be a right which involves the destruction, stealing, cheating of property.
please state for me, laws, governments, authority which you should not obey.
Anti-Democracy advocate, Mixed government is the only good government
THE second point to be examined is, whether the [constitutional ]convention were authorized to frame and propose this mixed Constitution.
The controversy stems from the recent overhaul of the AP test. Students who take AP classes can earn college credit. The exam is administered by the New Jersey-based College Board. For years, the College Board has been working to de-emphasize rote memorization of facts in AP history, and instead develop historical thinking and critical analysis skills. One historian calls it “teaching historical thinking instead of historical trivia.” The idea is to teach students how to read sources, how to use the skills of a historian, and how to create their own historical arguments. - See more at: http://www.cpr.org/news/story/heres-....RUNGkdlk.dpuf