Saturday, June 11, 2011

; School indoctrination in good environmental citizenship; Homosexual indoctrination in schools; Only 3% of us are gays or lesbians; Public school applicants asked if they were born by caesarean section; Goshen college won't play National Anthem at sporting events

Expose Obama wrote: “Preparing our children to be good environmental citizens is some of the most important work any of us can do,” U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan said when he announced the new program last month. “It’s work that will serve future generations and quite literally sustain our world.”
Next year on Earth Day, the Obama administration plans to announce which U.S. schools have been selected as “Green Ribbon Schools,” a designation that will “honor” schools for “creating healthy and sustainable learning environments” and for “teaching environmental literacy.”
“The criteria have not been developed yet,” Webb said. “The plan is for the U.S. Department of Education, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Council for Environmental Quality to develop the criteria this spring and summer and to issue the call for applications early this fall.
Webb said the program would recognize schools for “engaging students on environmental issues and producing environmentally literate students; increasing energy efficiency and using renewable energy technologies; and creating healthy learning environments by addressing environmental issues in the schools.”
[And we wonder why children graduate with low literacy, and schools cry for more and more money. We taxpayers will be paying for the work of these government entities which have no business determining a school's agenda.  We wonder why today's students look at America as cruel and no better than any other country.  Perhaps if we focus on reading, writing and arithmetic instead of feel-good, government chosen indoctrination, America CAN once again be the land of hope - the bright shining city on the hill.]
World Net Daily reveals: Pro-family organizations across the nation are expressing shock and alarm over a new wave of homosexual indoctrination developing in public schools – especially in California – where parents are not even given the option of withdrawing their kids from the mandatory lessons on being "gay" or more.
"Young children are being taught that they can choose to be a boy or a girl – or both," said officials at Mass Resistance, one of the leading organizations across the country defending the fact that students are boys or girls.
"Boys, for example, should be comfortable wearing girls' clothes and nail polish, etc. And there aren't just two genders, there can be a range. And, of course, the school does not allow parents to opt their kids out," the organization said.
How did America come to this? Read about it in "The Marketing of Evil: How Radicals, Elitists, and Pseudo-Experts Sell Us Corruption Disguised as Freedom"
It was citing the work of an elementary school in Oakland, where officials allowed an outside advocacy organization, Gender Spectrum, to tell young students that sexuality is what they want it to be, not necessarily what nature endowed them to be.
When asked to guess what percentage of the population are gays or lesbians, by the way (according to polling), Americans estimate that 25% are.  [Sometimes because of their extreme power, it would be easy to believe that 40% are.  The actual number, according to The Week is a mere 3.5 % who declare themselves to be lesbian, gay or bisexual.  So how do they get the approval to put this agenda in early education, I ask?]
UK Daily Mail writes: School chiefs in California have come under fire for asking intimate questions about how its children were delivered during birth.
Parents hoping to enrol their children in the Dry Creek School District have to complete an application form that asks if their child was delivered naturally or by caesarean section.
Those mothers who tick the 'C-section' option are then asked to explain why the procedure was performed.

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WTHR Indianapolis writes:  A small northern Indiana college has decided to stop playing "The Star-Spangled Banner" at sporting events after starting to do so for the first time last year.
Goshen College's board of directors says it will find an alternative that honors the country and the Mennonite Church-affiliated school's pacifist traditions.


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