Media psyop equates being home-schooled with being uneducated
This is a scripted, psychological warfare operation against self-determination and the rights of families and children.
If the school board has to approve home-school curriculum, what’s the point of home schooling? Statistically, home-schooled kids perform better in life than public-schooled kids. US public educated children score abysmally on standardized tests compared to most other developed nations.
You are free to do as we tell you.
Corporate Media Whore, CBS
A Montgomery County couple has been arrested on child endangerment charges for failing to register their children with the school district as they were home-schooled, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office said Monday.
Richard Cressy, 47, and Margie Cressy, 41, both of the town of Glen, never registered their four children or their home-schooling curriculum with the local school district, said the Sheriff’s Office.
The Superintendent of the Fonda-Fultonville Central School District confirmed the four children, ranging in age from 8 to 14, had not been registered with the school district for the last seven years.
The Cressys were issued appearance tickets to appear in the Town of Glen Court at a later date. The case has been turned over to the Montgomery County District Attorney and the Child Protective Unit.
61 Responses to “Media psyop equates being home-schooled with being uneducated”
It is just another instance of the loss of our freedoms. I can understand the need to provide every child with an education. I think it is important. Some would argue that in having the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, a child should not be denied an education. I don’t believe, though, that means the state has the “duty” to see to that education. In an effort to make sure no child is denied an acceptable education, we pass laws to insure that end. Another problem arises when individuals or groups decide for the rest of society what that education will be. Even with encroachment from government institutions, I’m so glad we still have the ability to choose homeschool, public school, private school, or charter school options for our children. I believe we must persist in making sure that ability is never taken away.
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