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Ask yourself this:  If it’s true that Proposition 8 will have no impact on the classroom, why do California Teachers have a position on it?

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  • suek

    Oh no…they’re not going to be teaching about gay marriage in the schools…

  • Mike Devx

    There is a *major* opening for conservatives here.

    I think it’s fair to say that a conservative approach to education requires that traditional history and values be taught K-6. I myself don’t have a problem with secondary school students (grades 10-12) having exposure to alternative history and values, as long as it is done in parallel with continued in depth study of traditional history and values, because comparison/contrast/synthesis/summary is valuable and necessary.

    Quite frankly, I’d love to see conservatives be able to spark a revolution among parents nation-wide, standing up and “getting in the faces” of the activists, saying with complete and fierce determination: “LEAVE OUR CHILDREN ALONE!
    We can all fight our agendas out among the adults, but when it comes to my children, you leave them alone!”

    There is a major opening here for conservatives to restore power to the parents for the benefit of their children. God, I’d love to see that nationwide movement get sparked up and develop into a firestorm. The activists would hardly know what hit em.