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Commentary | California’s Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum

Commentary | California’s Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum

Editorial By Ginny Bryce  A new curriculum approved for California’s K–12 public schools focuses on African American Studies, Chicana/o/x, and Latina/o/x Studies, Asian American and Pacific Islander Studies, and Native American and Indigenous Studies: However, it is geared to influence social change rather than to simply produce knowledge of these groups. It instructs that white […]

Texas has the right idea – Celebrate Freedom Week

Texas has the right idea – Celebrate Freedom Week

Editor’s Note this is from the Texas Education Agency.  Our own California Department of Education could, excuse the pun, learn a lesson from this. Each year, during the week that includes September 17, Texas schools honor Celebrate Freedom Week (TEC § 29.907) to highlight the values and ideals on which the United States was founded as well as […]

Post-Lockdown Classrooms: Auspicious Settings for Fresh Approaches

Post-Lockdown Classrooms: Auspicious Settings for Fresh Approaches

PRESS RELEASE A Mirror for Americans, Dr. Cornelius Grove Brooklyn, NY, April 5, 2021 — The pandemic proved that schools can pivot away from “how it’s always been done” and create new paths toward learning. With returning pupils widely believed to have lost ground in their learning, now is a promising time to consider approaches to […]

American Education: Child Indoctrination, Struggle Sessions and Debt Slavery

American Education: Child Indoctrination, Struggle Sessions and Debt Slavery

    By Sam Jacobs, Ammo.com Seemingly overnight, a large segment of America has gone insane. We’re not talking about the culture of paranoia and safety that has metastasized in the wake of COVID-19 hysteria. We’re talking about the ideological shift, particularly on cultural issues, that has occurred since the start of the Obama Administration. To […]

Will California’s Schools Ever Fully Reopen? There’s Plenty of Money

Will California’s Schools Ever Fully Reopen? There’s Plenty of Money

    By Edward Ring With a significant portion of the $1.9 trillion federal stimulus package earmarked for K-12 public schools, concerns have arisen over potential misuse of those funds. As Fox News recently reported, “Multiple California school districts have discussed using state and federal COVID relief money to hand out bonuses for teachers and staff, with […]

SAVE THE DATE: Wednesday, March 24, 2021 | Join us for California Rising… but only if WE GET INVOLVED!

SAVE THE DATE: Wednesday, March 24, 2021 | Join us for California Rising… but only if WE GET INVOLVED!

  Get the Education WE NEED to Make a Difference! Lunch with us on Mar. 24, 2021 RSVP required. See details below. We are a grass roots, all volunteer organization based in Pasadena, California. CSC is independent and non-partisan. We are not part of any special interest group or political party. We are dedicated to expanding […]

Equity = Inequality, Discrimination and Mediocrity

Equity = Inequality, Discrimination and Mediocrity

    By Larry Sand The fixation on equity is a loser for all concerned. At the same time that the indoctrination of American students continues to work its way through the schools, its evil twin “equity” is advancing right along with it. As the race-obsessed Ibram X. Kendi explains, equity exists when “two or […]

California’s newest left-wing nuttery: Swap police for more sex ed.

California’s newest left-wing nuttery: Swap police for more sex ed.

Bob Kellogg (OneNewsNow.com) A public-school teacher in California who documents her state’s far-left agenda has stumbled upon a new one: Training youths to boot the police from their school campuses and use the funds to promote sex education. Advocates for Youth, a left-wing group that promotes sex education, held a mid-January training program with the […]

Destroying Excellent Schools

Destroying Excellent Schools

    By Richard Colman The ugly specter of bad public education is spreading. In San Francisco, Lowell High School will, in the 2021-2022 school year, change the admissions policy.  For decades, spaces at Lowell were reserved for academically talented students.  The new admissions policy will use a lottery to admit students. With the United […]

Sophist’s Choice

Sophist’s Choice

    By Larry Sand Diane Ravitch’s arguments against school choice miss the mark by miles. The latest anti-school choice rant comes to us courtesy of Diane Ravitch, “a historian of education,” who is the Arthur Clarke of her field. When she writes, the reader is treated to science fiction dosed with a substantive amount […]

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