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Dr. Terry Stoops over at John Locke has an article revolving around a particular teacher who is familiar to readers of this blog: Todd Warren. Continue reading
Senate bill 480 seeks to limit the political activity of school officials, administrators and teachers on school campuses.
News and Record hilariously quotes ‘just a Spanish teacher’ Todd Warren and omits his occupying, socialism, Moral Monday arrest and involvement with the NCAE’s protest arm, Organize 2020.
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Following up from yesterday’s article where we found out Keith Sutton thinks he’s the same as Eric Garner somehow, it was pointed out to me that the public comments section was choreographed by the Wake NCAE.
What a leftist circus. #WBOC Commissioner leads #NCAE choreographed comments => Wake Board of Ed Official Meeting http://t.co/AObHEt3iuO
— LL1885 – A.P. Dillon (@LadyLiberty1885) December 17, 2014
From the Wake NCAE website:
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A middle school in the Charlotte Mecklenburg school system distributed two flyers to parents this past week. One was an informational flyer on a sales tax referendum for the county, the other was information on voting. Several parents reached out to me and sent me copies of the flyers. See the flyers here.
These are the same flyers that were objected to by County Commissioner Bill James that this constituted political activism by the school. I covered that story and I agree with that assessment. These flyers, whether created by an outside entity or not, were distributed by official channels and in many cases on school property. That’s using tax dollars for political advocacy purposes. Continue reading
More fliers and activism in North Carolina schools. This time it’s not an NCAE/Organize2020 protest flier that went home in the backpacks of our children. This time it is Charlotte Mecklenburg schools and a slanted flier about a proposed sales tax hike. Charlotte Observer has a write up here, which of course doesn’t ask questions about the validity of the content of the flier.
“CMS spokeswoman Kathryn Block told the Observer the document “was developed as an informational document only.”
– Charlotte Observer
Really? Who developed it and why is the informational document not providing where you drew your information from?
WBT-TV news story about illicit and inaccurate @charMeckSchools flyer passed out at South Meck football game by CMS. http://t.co/N5H88PpqeX
— Bill James (@meckcommish) August 31, 2014
Char-Meck tweeted out to their over 15,000 followers this two-page flier.
Here’s more information about voting and how funds from the sales tax referendum, if approved, could be spent by CMS. http://t.co/CLIB2r0dwl
— CMS (@CharMeckSchools) August 30, 2014
While the intent to promote the school’s best interests is clear, what is also clear is the bias.
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