First Grade Gender Pronouns

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Roughsoul1991

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Parents have submitted some of the most disturbing information they have seen, photographed, or their children have been involved in related to liberal propaganda. For example,

In Colorado,

"I observed a video clip from a first grade Language Arts lesson. Here is a screenshot with the teacher's comments transcribed. This is an example of the subtle programming that goes on in the classrooms here on a regular basis."

Zoom in to read the red words at the top of the image below.

The long list of incidents will help inform you and may even shed light on similar incidents in your district.

Also giving you the option to submit your own experiences.

https://whataretheylearning.com/

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stepbystep

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The world is determined to replace the ways of God with their ways. People must decide what they want their children to be exposed to. They can allow the world to indoctrinate them, or they can choose to teach them the ways of God. Home School, Christian School.

People say that not all can afford to do this, and that may well be true. But, I believe, if the Congregation gets involved and actually works to teach the children as they should be taught, it can happen for all children. The Congregation has to make the education of their children THE PRIORITY which comes before all other financial expenditures. New building, furniture, equipment, parking lot, whatever.

Even poor Congregations have one or more elderly Members who are usually retired that can serve to Home School the children in the Church building. I just believe IF a Congregation is dedicated to teaching children, God will make a way for them to do so.

Thank you for the information.
 

Roughsoul1991

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The world is determined to replace the ways of God with their ways. People must decide what they want their children to be exposed to. They can allow the world to indoctrinate them, or they can choose to teach them the ways of God. Home School, Christian School.

People say that not all can afford to do this, and that may well be true. But, I believe, if the Congregation gets involved and actually works to teach the children as they should be taught, it can happen for all children. The Congregation has to make the education of their children THE PRIORITY which comes before all other financial expenditures. New building, furniture, equipment, parking lot, whatever.

Even poor Congregations have one or more elderly Members who are usually retired that can serve to Home School the children in the Church building. I just believe IF a Congregation is dedicated to teaching children, God will make a way for them to do so.

Thank you for the information.
I completely agree. Most the time, the church building isn't used much during the week anyways. And there are plenty of retired teachers who may want to serve the Lord by teaching the congregations students.

It will probably grow and as parents get interested, then more money will flood in through admission and donation. They then can afford to higher teachers.

If it keeps growing then they can start a private or charter school.

Just takes dedication and time.

Even parents can volunteer to teach just as they do in a homeschooling setting.
 

Roughsoul1991

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If we can bring more attention to this stuff, then parents will see what they are up against.

It may mean if people are in the right place and right time, they can run for school board. That is 1 of the best places to make a difference in your school district. Even if your kids do not go to public school.
 

Roughsoul1991

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Of course, in some districts they must be prepared to face the teacher unions who are often so corrupt in liberal ideology.
 
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lenna

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I would want to remove my child from her/his/it's/gender neutral/undecided/bi-sexual/androgynous/indeterminate/hormone gulping/gay/homosexual/lesbian classroom

fortunately that is not something I currently have to concern me
 

Happy2020

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Start going to private school and pray that you are worthy that G-d will provide the funds :)
 

Roughsoul1991

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I would want to remove my child from her/his/it's/gender neutral/undecided/bi-sexual/androgynous/indeterminate/hormone gulping/gay/homosexual/lesbian classroom

fortunately that is not something I currently have to concern me
It unfortunately either directly or indirectly concerns us all. These children will be future voters, future politicians, CEOs, scientists, police, military, etc.
 

breno785au

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All the more reason for parents to be more involved in their children's education and not 100% leave it to someone else whatever school they may attend. We're blessed enough to be able to home school, as tough as it is :ROFL:
 
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lenna

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It unfortunately either directly or indirectly concerns us all. These children will be future voters, future politicians, CEOs, scientists, police, military, etc.

I totally agree. I was referring to the fact I will not have my own child in that mess

we can already see what is being turned out by the education system.
 

Roughsoul1991

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All the more reason for parents to be more involved in their children's education and not 100% leave it to someone else whatever school they may attend. We're blessed enough to be able to home school, as tough as it is :ROFL:
Agree. You are playing with fire if you rely on public education. Literally, it can be the difference between if your child accepts Christ or denies Him. If we fail to train them up in the way they should go then it is extremely easy for the world to take our place.
 

Roughsoul1991

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I totally agree. I was referring to the fact I will not have my own child in that mess

we can already see what is being turned out by the education system.
Yes it is devastating of the results we see public and a college education is producing. Conservatives must make this the long term strategy to defeat socialism, anti American propaganda, and anti Biblical beliefs.
 
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We're voting on this stuff on our ballot. And, on whether to have "citizen" scraped from all official documents and replaced with "member of public".

It's pretty clear that your kids should be nowhere near a public school.
 
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lenna

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Start going to private school and pray that you are worthy that G-d will provide the funds :)

we are somehow to prove ourselves worthy before God?

smh
 

Lanolin

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well churches have been educating children for a few centuries in other countiries but in the US they wanted to totally seprarate church from state so its biting them in the butt. Plus in US public schools there they have to take oaths and pledge of allegiences, which I find very odd.
 

soggykitten

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I heard that old commercial line from years ago ringing in my head as I read the OP. "The children are our future!"
That future will receive them after having programmed their impressionable minds as early as possible to believe there are 63 genders. That sex describes your physical body and gender describes your mental identity.
They'll be led to believe that girls have a penis and boys don't. Or they do. Because the mental identity is allowed to overrule the physical body.

The inmates are carrying the keys to the asylum. And more and more there is a concessionary culture amid the staff, especially the psychiatric residents, wherein they agree to cuts new keys as the inmates decide to which rooms to redecorate and rename at their pleasure.
 

soggykitten

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well churches have been educating children for a few centuries in other countiries but in the US they wanted to totally seprarate church from state so its biting them in the butt. Plus in US public schools there they have to take oaths and pledge of allegiences, which I find very odd.
It isn't compulsory that school kids recite the pledge of allegiance.
1943 West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette upheld students free speech rights under the 1st amendment. This means they cannot be compelled to recite the pledge.


An interesting case concerning the pledge happened in a decision rendered June 26th 2002 by the
9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco. They ruled the pledge of allegiance unconstitutional. Because the line, "under God", endorses religion and as such violates the separation (of church and state) clause.
Hard to imagine? It happened again in 2005. https://www.sfgate.com/politics/article/Pledge-again-ruled-unconstitutional-U-S-judge-2609261.php
 

oldethennew

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when hub and I were in grade-school, it was mandatory to recite (the pledge of allegiance and The Lord's Prayer),
and we are both glad of this, as it set certain standards in our minds of something good and positive...
 

Billyd

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when hub and I were in grade-school, it was mandatory to recite (the pledge of allegiance and The Lord's Prayer),
and we are both glad of this, as it set certain standards in our minds of something good and positive...
We did too, only the pledge of allegiance was, "I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and the Republic for which it stands, one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all" for most of the time I was in school. The words "under God" were added in 1954, and were not used a lot until 1957 when President Eisenhower proclaimed it official.

Although I prefer the current pledge, I felt no less a Christian or American by reciting the other version.
 

Billyd

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We did too, only the pledge of allegiance was, "I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and the Republic for which it stands, one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all" for most of the time I was in school. The words "under God" were added in 1954, and were not used a lot until 1957 when President Eisenhower proclaimed it official.

Although I prefer the current pledge, I felt no less a Christian or American by reciting the other version.
Minor error, "1955 after" instead of "1957 when".