Best of Homeschooling Memes

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tweet spencer ackerman 5 year old mouthing words zoom
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  1. First, what is going on right now with teachers not wanting to teach, and parents not wanting to take any responsibility whatsoever for their children’s education, is NOT HOMESCHOOLING. Homeschooling IS the solution to the horrors the gulag of government monopoly day prisons (aka – da skoolz) has caused in our country. Everything possible must be done to encourage parents to pull their children OUT of government monopoly schools and to begin homeschooling them if possible.

    Homeschooling curricula are designed to be presented by parents, and somewhat self-taught by students (the Ron Paul Curricula is designed to be self-taught beyond the 3rd grade). The problems parents are now facing with their children are the direct result of handing them over to the government to raise, and the unbelievably crappy job the government has done. They are the result of untrained teachers attempting to teach over video, with classes and strategies designed for in-person “learning.” Sure, they had all summer of last year to actually prepare lessons that could be delivered remotely, but they didn’t. Meanwhile, folks who create homeschooling curricula specifically create lesson plans for delivery in the homeschool setting. I agree that parents should absolutely be ridiculed for how they are handling this situation. They should even be condemned for their duplicity and lack of concern for their children’s welfare. Rather than opening their eyes and seeing what a horrible job the government does at pretending to educate their kids, seeing what whiny, overpaid folks the terrified teachers are, and realizing that teachers who are FORCED back into the classrooms, will simply take out their anger on their children, parents are NOT pulling their children out of the schools and homeschooling them or looking for other alternatives. Instead they beg and plead and file lawsuits, etc. all to force a bunch of angry teachers to spend 6 hours a day with their unwanted children. How smart is that??

    The end of the government monopoly system is closer than anyone thinks. If every Trump supporter pulled their children out, or helped their children get their grandchildren out, the system would collapse. Pull them out, demand an end to the annual school tax, and take back the responsibility of educating your own children. A fully competitive and free marketplace of charity, co-op, home, neighborhood, online, and who knows what…schools, could and would address the needs of every child in society, while undermining the power and control that teachers now have over election cycles, political agendas, and the future of the nation’s children.

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