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Home-Schooled Student Discrimination

Some school districts are bowing to the teacher’s union to do everything they can to harm home-schooling. This must be fought against and home-schooling parents must make their voices clearly heard. Educators tell us over and over it’s not about them, but about the students. OK, educators, prove that it’s about the students then. As a rule, home-schooled children do far better than public-school indoctrination centers do. I do know that some/many educators disagree with what they are forced to teach and how they are forced to teach, but until you can actually stand up against your union, your state and your administration and teach in ways you know works, the ball is in YOUR court . . .

 

It’s time for home-schooling parents to stand up and speak out!

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I was raised in a two-parent functional home and have worked hard the majority of my life. I started my first business at the age of 12 mowing lawns in my neighborhood. At age 14, I worked summers as a bricklayer's laborer and weekends as a machine shop janitor. I have come to enjoy politics but have grave concerns for our country and how it is changing and going deeper and deeper into debt. I also worry about people who willfully want to believe every sound bite their party puts out instead of fact-checking for the truth. Politics has become a very vicious 'game' in which there are virtually no rules and no limits anymore. It's time to set the record straight pertaining to ALL sides of the aisle. Thus, NewsWhores was born. Come watch us grow.

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