Deep Education Politics; What Everyone Needs to Start Knowing!

Ugh… GET SMART America, and grow up.  As long as the Parkland, FL students are doing the work adults should have been doing for the past 50-odd years, the very least YOU GUYS can do in return (as long as you’re sitting on your brains watching the Kardashian’s and The Bachelorette), is get jiggy on your pc’s and Mac’s.   So listen-up!

March on Washington Protestors

Educators participating in the January, 19, 2017 March on Washington.

First off, get up to snuff on Google search bells and whistles, and start researching what is happening under your noses to our public school systems.  A bachelor’s degree is not necessary to learn a little about how your children and grandchildren’s minds will be co-opted by corporations dressed in sheep’s clothing offering charter school vouchers, iPad’s, and now, SIB‘s, to keep track of – and worse, dictate to – their dreams.

via EducationAlchemy Baltimore’s Promise: The “promise” of privatization

by Morna McDermott

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One thought on “Deep Education Politics; What Everyone Needs to Start Knowing!

  1. Participation in our schools’ educational policy making is an important responsibility for all members of the community. South Carolina led the way in establishing public school education for all. Now is the time for us to renew our leadership, by promoting safer schools, with improved educational opportunities. We need our elected representatives to work for our community’s children, and not corporate entities.

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