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CA SB277 on vaccines moves toward disastrous passage

CA SB277 on vaccines moves toward disastrous passage

  By Jon Rappoport California Senate Bill 277 has passed through the Judiciary Committee, and needs another Committee’s rubber stamp before it arrives on the Senate floor for debate—and what looks like a ride into law. Governor Brown will sign the Bill. Brown has become a standard fool. He’s worn out. Whatever interesting ideas he […]

CA vaccine bill placed in intensive care

CA vaccine bill placed in intensive care

By James Poulos  , cialis Faced with an unexpected new source of opposition, California lawmakers trying to tighten up vaccine exemptions have been thrown back on the defensive. “In requiring vaccinations as a prerequisite for enrolling children in school, detractors said, the bill would legalize institutional discrimination,” the Sacramento Bee reported. According to the Associated Press, […]

CA court OKs school yoga

CA court OKs school yoga

by James Poulos . Yoga classes didn’t violate the California Constitution, an appellate court has ruled. This year, a North San Diego County school district roiled some Californians with concerns that its yoga program was too religious. As similar programs have spread around the country, yoga’s Hindu origins have raised questions about its compatibility with public […]

California-school mind control: grades for “Gratitude”

California-school mind control: grades for “Gratitude”

      By Jon Rappoport The Sacramento Bee has the story. 1/27/15, “Grit and gratitude join reading, writing and arithmetic on report cards,” by Loretta Kalb: “Across the state, report cards are undergoing a sea change in how students are measured for academic performance. Where teachers once graded students [only] on traditional math or […]

New Website Seeks To Change School Discipline

New Website Seeks To Change School Discipline

A new website has been launched with the goal of encouraging school administrators to radically adjust their approach to school discipline, sildenafil and then give them the resources needed to do that. The National Clearinghouse on Supportive School Discipline (NCSSD) says that it aspires to to correct what it says are major biases in the current administration […]

Of Pirates and Bureaucrats–a tale of how local bureaucrats took down a small private school

Of Pirates and Bureaucrats–a tale of how local bureaucrats took down a small private school

Editor’s Note: Though Brian Kearsey’s tale of wow with his local bureaucracy and the demise of an innovative private school took place due north of New York City, unfortunately, it’s a tale that’s being played out all across this country.  It is the story of an American dream crushed by the machine. By Brian Kearsey […]