Public School Is One Of The Most Dangerous Places You Could Possibly Put Your Children

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Sandy Hook School ShootingWould you willingly send your kids into a war zone?  No way.  Would you willingly send your children into a federal prison?  Of course not.  So why would you send them to a public school?  In America today, kids are being killed on the way to school, at school and on the way home from school.  Mass shootings are becoming increasingly common, the influence of gangs in our schools is on the rise and sometimes the biggest threat of danger comes from the teachers and the security officials that are supposed to be there to “protect” our children.  But violence is not the only thing for parents to be concerned about when it comes to our public schools.  The truth is that public schools in the United States have become government indoctrination centers, and many teachers are constantly looking for opportunities to inject as much propaganda as they possibly can into classroom instruction.  After a dozen years of this, many students leave high school virtually brainwashed and nearly incapable of thinking for themselves.  This is one of the reasons why so many high school students seem like they are dumb as a rock.  Our young people spend most of their young lives in prison camps where they are constantly being told what to think instead of being trained how to think.  Why would anyone want to subject their children to that?


When it comes to their children, safety is the number one priority for most parents.  They expect that their children will be kept safe going to school, while they are at school, and coming home from school.

Unfortunately, school is becoming an increasingly dangerous place to be for our children.  And I am not just talking about the mass shootings that have happened in recent years.

For example, 260 school children have been killed in the city of Chicago alone over the past three years, and now things are about to get even worse.  The following is an excerpt from a recent article about the impact that budget cuts and school closings are having on school safety in Chicago…

Most of Chicago’s cuts have taken place in the predominantly poor, African-American and Latino south and west sides, which is also where the majority of the city’s record 506 murders occurred last year.

The city has created 600 “safe passage” routes manned by adults and meant to try to ensure the safety of students crossing gang territories. But in recent weeks at least two people have been killed on those paths. One incident saw four injured and one dead after a shooting in front of a church. Another saw a 54-year-old man shot on the safe passage route that leads to Drake Elementary in Bronzeville.

Lillian Allen, a mother of two students at Drake, said the violence was “nerve-racking”.

Meanwhile, Annie Stoball will on Monday walk her nine-year-old granddaughter Kayla four blocks to her first day at Chicago’s Gresham Elementary, traversing the territory of two different gangs. She felt much safer taking Kayla across the street to Morgan Elementary.

The grandmother said: “This is dangerous. We’re going right into the heart of the gangs.”

In recent years, the number of gang members in the city of Chicago has absolutely exploded.  It is estimated that there are now approximately 100,000 gang members living in the city, and not even the “safe passage” routes for school children are safe now

The eyes of the city were on Chicago Public Schools “Safe Passage” routes Monday morning as a 28-year-old man was shot along one of the routes and a 14-year-old boy was shot to death near another one, the day before school starts.

The 14-year-old boy was shot and killed within a block of a welcoming elementary school, Melody Stem School , 3937 W. Wilcox. It’s at least the third fatal shooting along or near a Safe Passage route since mid-August.

In other areas of the country, gang activity is not a major problem yet, but concern about school violence is still a huge issue.

The state of Connecticut has one of the highest per capita incomes in the entire country, but the mass shooting that took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School less than a year ago has caused schools all over the state to adopt extreme security measures

In Enfield, each of the town’s 14 public and parochial schools will have an armed guard at the door when they open for the year Sept. 3. Enfield Police Chief Carl Sferrazza said he believes armed guards are the best deterrent for an “active shooter” like Adam Lanza in Newtown.

“These people are homicidal and suicidal individuals. Their intent and their planning is all geared toward killing as many people as they possibly can,” Sferrazza said.

All Glastonbury schools also will have guards at the doors when school starts Aug. 29. The high school and Smith Middle School already had guards stationed there, and the town added seven additional guards at a cost of $315,000 for the school year.

Other school districts have chosen to add cameras, door buzzers, card-swipe entry systems or other, less drastic, security measures.

But sometimes it is actually the “security officials” that end up brutalizing the kids.  The following are just a couple of examples of the kinds of things that happen in public schools in America every single day…

*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.

And if your kid does something to be considered a “security threat”, he or she could be taken out of school in handcuffs and hauled off to prison or to a mental institution.  The following examples are from one of my previous articles

#1 At an elementary school in Baltimore recently, three nine-year-old girls and an eight-year-old boy were arrested for fighting and marched out of their elementary school in handcuffs.  The police department defended handcuffing those kids….

“It’s our policy, regardless of the age, when a suspect is arrested by police, they’re handcuffed. And the reason is just not for the suspect’s safety but also for officers’ safety,” Det. Jeremy Silbert of the Baltimore City Police Department said.

#2 In New Haven, Connecticut a 10-year-old boy was actually arrested by police for giving another student “a wedgie” on a school bus.

#3 Just last year, a 5-year-old boy at a public school in Stockton, California was arrested by police and handcuffed with zip ties because he was committing “battery on a police officer“.


How much damage can a 5-year-old kid really do to a police officer?

The boy was ultimately sent to a hospital and forced to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.

#4 A 6-year-old girl down in Florida was “throwing objects, hitting administration personnel and screaming uncontrollably” so police handcuffed the 40 pound little girl and shipped her off to a mental institution for evaluation.

#5 In San Mateo, California a few months ago a 7-year-old special education student was blasted in the face with pepper spray because he would not quit climbing on the furniture.  Police were then able to subdue the boy and he was “committed for a psychiatric evaluation”.

#6 Down in Florida, an 11-year-old student was arrested by police, thrown in jail and charged with a third-degree felony for bringing a plastic butter knife to school.

#7 In Texas, a 12-year-old girl was recently arrested by police for spraying two bursts of perfume on her neck.  She was formally charged with a misdemeanor.

#8 A 13-year-old boy at a public school in Albuquerque, New Mexico was recently arrested by police for burping in class.  The police marched him out of school and hauled him over to a juvenile detention center.

#9 Back in 2010, a 12-year-old girl at a school in Forest Hills, New York wrote “I love my friends Abby and Faith” on her desk.  The police were called out and she was marched out of her school in handcuffs in front of all her friends.

#10 A teenage couple down in Houston, Texas poured milk on each other during a squabble while they were breaking up a while back.  Instead of being sent to see the principal, they were arrested by police and sent to court.

Of course these days virtually no place is safe for young children.  If you take your eyes off of them for even a moment they could be taken by predators.

For instance, just check out what just happened at a Best Buy down in Florida

A Florida man tried to kill a 9-year-old girl in a Best Buy bathroom, jamming a plastic bag over her head and stuffing her face in a toilet before employees intervened, authorities said.

Another customer heard the girl screaming and crying inside the women’s restroom at the Jacksonville store and notified store staff. An employee looked under the stall and discovered a horrific scene.

James Tadros, 29, had kicked and beaten the girl bloody and was forcing her head inside the toilet, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.

But physical violence is not the only threat that parents need to be concerned about.  If you allow your children to go to public schools or if you allow them to get into the “wrong crowd”, there is a very high probability that they could be sexually corrupted or sexually violated.  The following examples are from one of my previous articles entitled “21 Signs That U.S. Public Schools Have Become Training Centers For Sexual Deviancy“…

#1 There is a raging epidemic of sexually-transmitted diseases among our young people.  According to the latest figures released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, there are 20 million new sexually-transmitted infections in the United States every single year, and Americans between the ages of 15 and 24 account for approximately 50 percent of those new sexually-transmitted infections.

#2 Many of our teens are catching diseases that they can’t even pronounce correctly.  There were more than 1.4 million cases of chlamydia reported in the United States in 2011.  An astounding 33 percent of those cases involved Americans that were younger than 20 years of age.

#3 At this point, one out of every four teen girls in the U.S. has at least one sexually transmitted disease.  How high does that number have to go before we admit that there is a problem?

#4 Apparently, all of the propaganda about “safe sex” is not really working very well.  According to one survey, 24 percent of all U.S. teens that have an STD say that they still have unprotected sex.

#5 When you take morality out of public life, the results are predictable.  In the United States today, approximately 47 percent of all high school students have had sex.

#6 Many of our young people seem to not understand the value of waiting until marriage to become a mother.  Amazingly, one out of every five teen girls in the U.S. actually wants to be a teenage mother.

#7 When I was growing up, I don’t remember a single girl being pregnant at my high school.  But today all of that has changed.  A couple of years ago it was being reported that 86 teen girls at one high school in Memphis, Tennessee were either pregnant or had recently given birth.

#8 If you can believe it, the United States has the highest teen pregnancy rate on the entire planet.  In fact, the United States has a teen pregnancy rate that is more than twice as high as Canada, more than three times as high as France and more than seven times as high as Japan.

#9 Increasingly, oral sex is being promoted to our young people as a “safer” form of sex.  According to shocking research conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately two-thirds of all Americans in the 15 to 24 year old age bracket have engaged in oral sex.

#10 Sex “education” has become much more about “indoctrination” in recent years.  One recent example of this trend was detailed in the New York Times

IMAGINE you have a 10- or 11-year-old child, just entering a public middle school. How would you feel if, as part of a class ostensibly about the risk of sexually transmitted diseases, he and his classmates were given “risk cards” that graphically named a variety of solitary and mutual sex acts? Or if, in another lesson, he was encouraged to disregard what you told him about sex, and to rely instead on teachers and health clinic staff members?

That prospect would horrify most parents. But such lessons are part of a middle-school curriculum that Dennis M. Walcott, the New York City schools chancellor, has recommended for his system’s newly mandated sex-education classes. There is a parental “opt out,” but it is very limited, covering classes on contraception and birth control.

#11 Sexual “experimentation” among our teens is reaching heights never seen before.  According to one recent study, sexual contact between teen girls in the United States is now at the highest level ever recorded.

#12 In America today, sex in public school hallways has become a common occurrence.  In a recent article about Detroit, I shared a quote from one of my readers that actually attended one of the “best” public schools in Detroit…

The school was a new seven story building just a couple of years old. The bathrooms would often lack toilet paper & soap beyond the second floor (the main floor), the bathroom sinks would often not work. The water fountains on north side of the building on from the third floor & up did not work. The elevators would constantly break down. I even got stuck on the elevator before. I almost tripped down a half a flight of stairs because the elastic seal (it was the metal bar at the front of a treader of I don’t know the name of it.) the stairs was not properly installed.

Students would often have sex on the stairs & throughout the school. Parents actually called the school many times & reported kids having sex on the stairs because all of them had glass windows 270 degrees.

#13 Would you feel okay about your teenage girl sharing a bathroom with boys?  In the state of Massachusetts, boys will now be able to freely use girls restrooms and girls locker rooms if it makes them feel more “comfortable”.

#14 One of the results of our “culture of sex” has been an explosion in the number of babies being born outside of marriage.  For women under the age of 30 living in the United States today, more than half of all babies are being born out of wedlock.

#15 Being a single parent is incredibly hard, but more U.S. children are being raised by just one parent than ever before.  At this point, more than one out of every four children in the United States is being raised by a single parent.

#16 Thanks to our “sexual revolution”, men and women are having a harder time than ever relating to each other in a meaningful way.  Our young people are being taught that marriage is a “burden” and that they should delay it for as long as possible.  Today, an all-time low 44.2 percent of all Americans between the ages of 25 and 34 are married.

#17 There is an epidemic of sex between teachers and students in the United States.  In fact, for some teachers one student is just simply not enough.  For example, a 33-year-old art teacher down in Arizona was charged with having sex with four of her male students.

#18 A former high school English teacher down in Texas has that teacher beat.  She has been accused of having sex with five different male students.  The most disturbing part of her story is that she is a mother of three children and her husband is serving this country in the U.S. Army.

#19 But a high school teacher down in Georgia has both of them beat.  She was recently charged with having sex with seven of her students.

#20 Sometimes even teachers that have been convicted of having sex with a student cannot stop themselves.  For example, there was one case where a probation officer found a student that a teacher had been convicted of having sex with previously hiding in her closet

Lisa Lavoie, the former Holyoke teacher who plead guilty after having a relationship with a student, has been charged with violating her probation after the student she had a relationship with was found hiding in her closet.

Back in February 2009, Lavoie ran off with one of her students, who was 15-year-old at the time. Lavoie was a teacher at the Donahue School on Whiting Farms Road in Holyoke.

The pair was found several days later in a motel room in West Virginia. Lavoie pleaded guilty to three counts of statutory rape and one count of enticement of a child in January 2011. She was sentenced to five years probation.

Unfortunately, our young people don’t have much of a chance with role models such as Miley Cyrus running around.

The fabric of society is coming apart at the seams, and our public schools have become cesspools of corruption, sex and violence.

So in light of everything that you have just read, can you think of any good reason why parents should send their children to public schools?

Please feel free to share your thoughts by posting a comment below…

28 Signs That U.S. Public Schools Are Rapidly Being Turned Into Indoctrination Centers And Prison Camps

  • Rodster

    You wanted a secular society, America? Congrats, you got it !

    • Gay Veteran

      uh, what are the parents doing???

    • Efraim Kristal

      The widespread problems in US schools aren’t a function of an increasingly secular culture, any more than prejudice derives from predominantly religious cultures. Religion and secularism are tools human beings wield according to our nature. The underlying problem, at least in large part, is a union of basic human nature and the values that most appeal to a large swathe of US (and global) citizens.

  • James

    Michael amazing article. I was blessed enough to be able to attend Christian school my whole life and am thankful everyday. My parents worked hard to pay tuition but it not only prepared me for college but also insured I was safe. Schools are getting much more dangerous gangs are taking over, there was even a article a few years back about how the government hides the real rates of violence in public schools. If I had children they would definitely not be in public school.

  • Andrew Carl

    Why all these people don’t just home-school their kids is beyond me.

    • BeTheRemnant

      Home schooling can be difficult to impossible if parents are both employed or under-educated. Still, most of us can teach: genuine Christian faith & conversion, integrity and morals, critical thinking and doubt of indoctrinating concepts and statements. Do your best to teach them the 3 R’s; but remember, who they are and who they know will be more important than what they know about school subjects. Delay subjecting your precious children to the godless systems for as long as you can, prepare them with genuine relationship with God through Jesus Christ who will never leave or forsake them or you.

      There is a battle for your children. Win it!

      • There are many, many inexpensive online Christian school curricula available for homeschoolers.
        Parents turn off the television. Make the children read. That is a good start for keeping the failing culture out of the home.. .

  • Rebecca

    A friend of mine has a daughter who worked at an elementary school and she was so distraught at what she saw happening there that she quit… She found 2 boys, both 7 years old, doing things to each other that a 7 year old should NOT know about. No way I will ever send my children to one of those institutions.

  • Its equally parents and society are to be blamed.

    Consider Indian-Chinese-Filipino Americans and compare them with African American/Latinos in America…exclude whites for this to be a fair ground for comparison :)

    They all have had equal opportunity more or less over the years when they came to America.

    1. Since 1999, 11 of the 15 spelling bee winners were from Indian American community and last six were Indian Americans straight.

    2. Have you seen any gang warfare, daily shootings, murder in China town anywhere in America.

    3. Filipinos have one of the highest nurse count in America and we do not see family issues much in their community while their parents are away working.

    4. Arab Americans are doing just fine in America while on the contrary what main stream media would have make us believe.

    Asian communities in America has not gone extreme like latinos and African American communities have while presented with more or less same opportunities.

    • YourNameHere

      It has to do with Jean, their mother and Gene, their father.

  • noldaa

    You forgot to highlight the epidemic of adult Teachers who have sex with underage students…

  • DJohn1

    We are home schooling one of our grandchildren. It isn’t as easy as it sounds. But think about it. IF those kids had been home schooled on the internet they might be still alive today.
    The state picks up the tab on this education experience.
    It is full of state tests and daily conferences with a school teacher on line.
    The one on one instruction is difficult on parents. But the results are worth it. We actually have a hand in what our children are taught.

    They ship you a pre-programmed computer. You provide the internet. The only problem is support. Often the support gets back logged with calls. Well, it is a Microsoft Windows system and that can get frustrating.
    I tried doing it on my machines and they did not provide adequate support. They neglected to offer the conference software that was part of the program. Finally got it installed by accident when we had parent/teacher meetings on line.
    I am a Super-user from work days. I have a fair knowledge of Macs, PCs, Windows of every kind, and Linux based Edubuntu. The last involves using the command line to do things in the background occasionally. So what I said above about support is because I know support. I have three network engineers in the family. I taught them the basics in the 90s. They are far beyond my skill level now.
    Over all, despite computer problems that occur, I recommend home schooling where ever possible.

    • mary

      I’m sure you are doing the best you can, but getting paid/a computer
      from the gov’t means that you are NOT homeschooling. Those gov’t
      approved curricula on your “free” computer are no different than the
      garbage doled out in gov’t school. Same source, duh. You do NOT have to
      one on one tutor to homeschool. You can change your role from emulating
      the failed gov’t school model at your kitchen table to providing aided
      discovery. Look up unschooling online and stop bringing gov’t school into your home.

      • DJohn1

        Actually I use my own computers most of the time using Edubuntu when ever possible. My wife does the actual tutoring at the third grade level which is mostly learning to do the basics.
        The State of Ohio requires testing and those standards must be met regardless of which way you school your children here.

        This is a grandson with a learning disability which we are working around as best we can. Other than this disability I find the child is very intelligent.

        The real reason for any one to home school is to get control away from the government school and the apparent danger of no security in the schools that is worth any thing.
        My authority on security is the U.S. Air Force Air Police. I am trained in that field and several others.
        I too had a learning disability as a child. It is different than this grandchild. He does not have my genes as it is my wife’s daughter who had him.
        My mother taught me at the kitchen table to read and write between the first and second grade.
        As for a real education, I was taught in schools as far apart as England and California. So he will learn to think for himself before I am done with him.
        I raised three of my own boys. All three were fairly highly intelligent people and I did succeed in teaching them to think for themselves.

        I spent 41 years at a daily newspaper as a composing room printer. Yes, I know all about truth and lies from a first hand experience.

  • DJohn1

    I do not sell the children on religion one way or another. However if they ask, my religion is quite obvious. I have a fair background in science. I have a fairly good background in various Christian faiths. I believe. I also think that you can tell a person by his actions as well as his or her words.
    I am not above pointing out things when they are obviously lies. All of my children were raised Christian and went to church. All were taught to pray to God.
    The old saying is: “As for me and mine, we worship God and Jesus Christ.”
    But that is me and my family.
    I believe that the only way to educate our children is to be personally involved in that education. I believe the only way to make a child grow up straight and strong is to be personally involved in their growing up. That is not always easy. And being a parent is not for cowards. There are times when you must stand up for what you believe in and let them know it in no uncertain terms.
    It really helps that my parents stood up for me when I was growing up. It helps that my Mother sat me down one summer and helped me learn how to read and write.
    My children spent time tearing apart old broken machines around the house. They learned to fix them.

    They learned how to pound a nail in wood. They learned electricity and how to repair it without killing yourself. They learned about plumbing and how to fix it. They also learned when you need to hire someone to do it for you.
    Children copy what they see in their parents often times.
    And we have to live up to the image they see in us.

    • Gay Veteran

      “…I believe that the only way to educate our children is to be personally involved in that education….”
      truest thing said in these comments

  • seth datta

    The indoctrination part is totally true. People used to go to sunday school and speak and write well. Now they go five days a week, and kids of all ethnicities and creeds are mostly speaking in textspeak and ebonics nowadays.

  • RattlerRider

    Maybe they started dumbing this nation down when the King of England dictated the terms of peace in Paris, 1783. I dunno folks, I mean if we won the revolution whats the King of England doing dictating terms of peace to the winners? Maybe some seekers ought to get deeper in their seeking. If they dumbed everyone down that means everyone.

  • SafetyViking

    Yeah….to hell with that. Online accredited learning for K-12 is the only way to go now…

  • ConcernedAmerican

    Again, I have to point out that you recently wrote an article about people that don’t have children. After writing this article, perhaps you now understand why some people are not having children?

  • Sandbagger

    Why don’t more families home school? It’s obviously economically driven.

    Look at the 2012 HHS Poverty Guideline. A family of three is at the poverty line with an income of $19,090 in most of the U.S. (Source:

    What is the average per capita income? Roughly $25,000 depending upon where in the U.S. you live. (Source:

    The vast majority of parents can’t make it on one income and must rely upon the public school system to “babysit” so they can work. Even those families that have a two-person income, can’t afford private tuition.

    Good parents should DEMAND school vouchers so they can leave!

    Those schools unable to teach children well and in safety would then become literal dead-zones as those parents who are “out to lunch” continue to send their little hoodlums to “the hood” school.

    The charter school movement has provided better options (where it’s legal, that is), yet they are limited in funds provided to them by the government-who, of course, still fully tax the parents of those students.

    If a parent home schools, they should be exempt from paying ANY tax that goes to supporting the public school.

    But in a perfect world, the NEA would actually BE FOR good education, too. Ending tenure would be a positive first step.

    One can dream.

  • YourNameHere

    Phew! I thought you were writing a Hollyweed script for a HORROR movie.

    Imagine MY horror when I realize you were just reporting on pubic schools!

    I am a member of SAD (Stand Against Demoncraps). Won’t you please join and be a SAD member too?

  • Leah

    I don’t have to read this article to know in my heart I agree with it. The government school system is bankrupt morally and fiscally. 1963 was a banner year for the “God is dead” crowd. We, as a nation, have lost our way.

    • Frank Wank

      Very true and insightful.

  • erheault

    They all need to speak Ebonomics and get tattoos meanwhile playing killing games on their video sets while having a phone glued to their ear and pants that drag the floor. Yep we have created a monster and allowed it to live.
    As for schooling it is a joke just keep lowering the tests and make sure they go to College so that the Colleges get tons of gov monies and produce semi illiterate students that owe the gov vast amounts of monies for the College partie that they enjoyed

  • The govenrment school system is corrupt, morally corrosive and filled with people of little or no moral judgment. The whole system is to make the students dependent on the govenrment. Councilors encouraged our daughters to go on food stamps because it is “free money.”

  • Guest

    Well, though some aspects of this are true, (like the fact that children aren’t taught how to think for themselves) School safety does vary from place to place. There are still a lot of safe public schools out there in different areas. But action must be taken to fix the safety problem all around, and education needs to be reformed to be less brainwashing.

  • Arizona

    LOOK at the comments,4 generations of children who were dumbed down to the point they truely don’t understand anything, even when its right in their face,THERES A FULL BLOWN ATTACK ON YOUR CHILDREN,and it still goes right over everyone head,SOON their just going to come and get them and say to the parents “screw off” we’re taking them and its tough luck,YOU THINK YOUR CHILDREN ARE SAFE,I got news for you,they have never been in more danger then they are right now,SADLY THIS IS ONE AMERICANS WILL HAVE TO LEARN THE HARD WAY,they won’t lift a finger to save OR protect, their own children………………

  • Don_in_Odessa

    The Christian Scriptures say “Bring up your child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it”. It does not say to send your child to another man’s school and let him teach your child the way he should go.

    We have been and continue to reap what we have sown!

  • The safety issues for students is really a subset of umbrella issues having to do increasingly with economic inequality among other detriments that drives the nation downward in a multiplicity of ways that are usually not reconciled by “ordinary” folks. Seeing the “big picture” is not easy when faced with pragmatic issues of everyday survival.

  • Mr. G

    All true! But as a former home schooler bookworm with an ACT over 30 – despite never having done any actual “schooling” past the 6th grade – let me tell you, it will still be terribly difficult for your kids once they get to college or out in the world. Crazy do nothings, and especially, non-stop control freaks, out to ruin any good time or good thought or good action. It is like magic – if a good, creative time is being had, they will show up and tell you to stop it. Just like magic, they will find a way! This nation is sick. G

  • Mr. Brabus

    i agree with most of it…but i think u should have sex when ever ur ready or feel like it using proper protection and not have ppl telling you when to have sex

  • Person

    I’ve been to public school my whole life, and nothing bad has ever happened to it. I’ve been to three different ones in fact, and I’ve never had a shooting or anything like that. My last public school was across the street from a catholic school, and there were the exact same types of people in that school as there were in my public school. I know a lot of people who went to catholic schools, i have a lot of friends who do, and there were never any differences. Public schools are not a problem. The way parents teach their kids morals, (whether it’s by the word of God or not doesn’t matter because everyone can have morals no matter what you believe in), is what really matters. Not if God is being teached in school.

  • mary

    It’s great that you bring attention to the horrors of gov’t school, but you are VERY late to the issue. This is a change in degree rather than in kind. The Alliance for the Separation of School and State has been around for 20+ years. Go to their website: schoolandstate [dot] org

  • weewilliewonkie

    This is why we, as Americans living overseas away from the Police State, homeschool our children…

  • Yuri

    Because private schools are much worse…

  • Frank Wank

    I guess the 50’s wasn’t so bad after all.

  • Cynical Guy42

    Being bullied in middle school makes me wonder, how can anyone enjoy public middle or high school if they’re not popular, and how can they be popular if they’re not a bully?