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We are fortunate to have a public education system run by a body of educated and trained professionals whose primary interests are the breadth and the depth of what they can offer. They don’t inculcate, they inform.

They urge their students to listen to what they have to offer, but they leave it to each one to decide what is important among all the things they bring.

Our current state legislators have suddenly decided to place restrictions on the information that public educators offer. They pose as overnight masters of curriculum design, but they look more like this week’s contestants on American Idol, hoping by song and dance to win public approval.

They look ready to outlaw divisive ideas, maybe even division itself. Next step for them is to de-fund debate clubs. All that arguing can’t be good for those who sing Cumbaya around the conservative campfire’s rock-ribbed ring.

Their song is an anthem that denies a toasty fire-facing place to anyone not among a favored, warm and glowing, close and cheerful circle.

Some think lawmakers might heed their own advice and refrain from divisive actions like redistricting local offices in ways that divide voters’ impact.

Others say the lawmaker’s job is to turn from history’s cozy glow and look toward the cold dark woods of the future, where somebody should shine some light.

I say professional educators, not lawmakers, bring a brighter lantern that way.

Jim Baird Comer

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Well it really comes with complications I am talking about here Homeschooling and I see very obvious reason to adjust in traditional schooling environment for your kid but also for parents too. As an academic writing consultant homeschooling is very time consuming one parent is doing the job as a teacher so he or she has to has to educate their children, drive them to their activities on the other hand in traditional schooling environment your kids is among other students with a whole new environment to learn and grow. Students with their friends find their way to get solutions to do their academic task on their own while those who are doing homeschooling whenever get into trouble as such…

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Civil debate is good! It isn't allowed on most college campuses (these are campuses of students educated by "professional" educators with no parental influence). Cancel culture is pervasive and it has nothing to do with parents vs educators. Shift from a colorblind society to everything based on color- that isn't an acceptable curriculum or method of education. Shift from merit based to quota systems for school or work- not acceptable. My first grader doesn't need to know what a penis or vagina is or different sexual orientations. These fundamental differences are profound and seemingly non negotiable by each . Historically, difference such as these only end one way so I'm all for debate! I encourage you to look at teache…

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