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11 Reasons To Get Your Kids Out Of The Government Schools

February 28, 2012


It should be painfully obvious to everyone by now that it is time to get all of our kids out of the government schools.  The public school system in the United States has been dramatically declining for a long time, and in most areas of the country the public schools are open sewers at this point.  Yes, there are some U.S. public schools that are still very good and that do a decent job of preparing our young people for their adult lives.  But those good schools are the exception to the rule.  Hopefully the school shooting that just happened in Ohio will be a wake up call to millions of parents out there.  Drugs, sex and violence are rampant in American public schools today.  The “teachers” are endlessly pushing specific political and social agendas down the throats of our kids, and the skills that our children really need such as reading, writing and mathematics are often badly neglected.  Hopefully we can get more parents educated about what is really going on in these schools.  After all, why would any parents want to send their children into an environment that is going to be highly destructive for them for six to eight hours a day?

Sadly, “destructive” is not too hard a word to use for the environment in these public schools.  I went to public schools all my life, and they were absolutely horrible.  Unfortunately, they have gotten even worse since the time that I left them.

The following are 11 reasons to get your kids out of the government schools….

#1 You Could Be Arrested For Something That Your Child Does

Yes, you read that correctly.  If your child writes a story or draws a picture which a teacher or an administrator takes the wrong way, you could end up in jail.

The following example is from thestar.com….

A Kitchener father is angry at police after he was arrested at his child’s school and later strip-searched at the police station, all because his 4-year-old daughter drew a picture of a gun in class.

“I’m picking up my kids and then, next thing you know, I’m locked up,” Jessie Sansone, 26, said of his ordeal on Wednesday. “I was in shock. This is completely insane.”

The school principal, police and child welfare officials, however, all stand by their actions. They say they had to investigate to determine whether there was a gun in Sansone’s house that children had access to.

#2 Your Child Could Be Arrested While At School For Just About Anything These Days

As I have written about previously, children all over the United States are being arrested by police in government school classrooms for some absolutely crazy things.  Just check out the following examples….

*A 12-year-old girl named Sarah Bustamantes was recently arrested for spraying herself with perfume at a public school in Texas.

*A 13-year-old kid attending a public school in Albuquerque, New Mexico was recently arrested by police for burping in class.

*A 12-year-old girl at a school in Forest Hills, New York was marched out of her public school in handcuffs by police just because she doodled on her desk. “I love my friends Abby and Faith” was what she reportedly scribbled on her desk.

*When a little girl recently kissed a little boy at one Florida elementary school,  it was considered to be a “possible sex crime” and the police were called out.

#3 Your Child Might Be Bodily Harmed By Security Thugs

All over the nation, public schools students are being bodily injured (sometimes permanently) by school security thugs.  The following are a couple of examples….

*A security thug at one school in California actually fractured the arm of one 16-year-old girl because she left some crumbs on the floor after cleaning up some cake that she had spilled.

*In Allentown, Pennsylvania a 14-year-old girl was tasered in the groin area by a school security thug even though she had put up her hands in the air to surrender to him.

#4 Virtually Everything That Your Child Does At School Is Being Put Into A Database Somewhere

As I described in a previous article, public schools (in conjunction with the federal government) have become obsessed with watching, monitoring and recording the activities of our kids.

According to the New York Post, the Obama administration is planning a vast new database which will collect all sorts of information about our children.  Is this the kind of information that you want the federal government to keep track of?….Full article here

  1. K Vliem
    February 28, 2012 at 2:56 pm

    As a teacher of, 25 years with experience in curriculum writing and administration lately having returned to the classroom I can add some insider comments. I am the parent of two teenagers as well. First, there are MANY good schools out there with teachers trying their darndest to teach students what the government (liberal) thinks kids should know. Most schools I know of have additional practice in math, reading and writing. These are common weak spots for kids across the nation. Students with needs beyond more practice are usually assigned to tutorial type classes.

    Second, schools are state controlled, therefore they vary enormously by ….the state! Kids are kids most everywhere you go and greatly reflect the parents, successful or unsuccessful, in our society today. We try to work with parents to see that students follow the rules and learn the content and it’s processes. Frankly, an investigation by school officials about a drawing is one thing (protected freedoms under the Bill of Rights 1 and 2) but arresting is a violation of Civil Rights and should be treated as such. School administrators and police should be held to the firmest line when it comes to Civil Rights issues. Parents and community members, even other students can talk about specifics of the situation with knowledge or with no real knowledge while school officials are bound to rules of privacy (they can’t tell the rest of the story).

    The single greatest problem I see within even our good, safe and quality schools is this. Parents effectiveness and expectation. Where those are soundly in place….students do well!!!!

    And while we are at it, review your Civil Rights as they are specified in the Bill of Rights and the rest of the Amendments to the Constituion so you protect your and your families rights!

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