Friday, October 21, 2016

Public Schools

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The Obama administration is ordering the nation’s public schools to support illegal immigrant students, promote the president’s amnesty and “embrace and value” the diversity and cultural backgrounds of the foreigners receiving a free, American taxpayer-funded education.

In a 63-page “Guide for Success” issued this month, the U.S. Department of Education directs teachers in the nation’s publicly funded schools to “understand the cultural and educational backgrounds” of their students and to “model multicultural sensitivity.” Teachers should also “engage in self-reflection to address personal biases and increase multicultural competence,” according to the new mandate that also orders the incorporation of diversity and immigration into instruction. “Plan and host trainings on multicultural issues that educate teachers and staff about the unique needs and challenges of undocumented students,” the document says.

Educators are also instructed to “withhold judgment and biases about immigration status.” This means that school personnel “should not make assumptions about students’ immigration status – including assuming that ethnicity or speaking languages other than English imply non-citizen status.” If a student discloses that he or she is an illegal immigrant school personnel must “convey openness and assurance of confidentiality.” Schools must also establish “safe spaces” where undocumented youth can share freely, engage with their peers and build a support system. “Individually addressing fears of deportation in a sensitive manner may be needed,” according to the new public education guide.

The goal, according to an agency statement, is to help educators and school staff support the academic success of undocumented youth and to debunk misconceptions by clarifying the legal rights of undocumented students. The guide also includes information about financial aid options available to illegal immigrant students and support for youth that want to apply for an Obama amnesty program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). “We know undocumented youth face unique challenges and we also know that educators and other caring adults in schools and colleges can play a major role in helping all students, including undocumented students, to achieve at the highest levels,” said John King, deputy secretary of education.

Nearly 700,000 illegal aliens have been granted benefits under DACA, but 1.5 million are eligible and the administration wants to maximize the numbers. In the coming years an additional 400,000 illegal alien children will become eligible, the administration reveals in its new education mandate. “To ensure that undocumented youth receive an equitable education that prepares them for college and career, it is imperative that educators and other personnel understand the unique needs of these students and receive high-quality training and support on how to best serve them,” the new guide states.

It goes on to list symptoms—including depression and anxiety—that undocumented youth suffer as a result of the migration process, which can include family separation, detention and deportation. The stress of living in the U.S. illegally may be “exacerbated when, throughout critical moments of adolescent development, barriers prevent undocumented youth from sharing core experiences with their documented peers, such as driving and starting their first job,” the document reads. The Obama administration also aims to eliminate barriers encountered by illegal aliens who want to attend college by directing schools to highlight opportunities to help undocumented youth access postsecondary education. This includes encouraging scholarship sponsors to change their policies to be inclusive of undocumented students.

While the new illegal alien guide for academic success mainly targets elementary and high schools, there is a message for colleges and universities: “Build a supportive and welcoming institutional environment for undocumented students.” This includes hiring “culturally competent faculty,” publicly demonstrating support for undocumented students and hosting an “undocumented immigrant awareness day.” Colleges and universities should also alleviate fears that students may have about their immigration status.

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A 47-year-old Minneapolis special education counselor and substitute teacher David Scott Henderson has been arrested for sexually assaulting a 16-year-old little girl. The event happened as his three children slept in nearby rooms, according to local police.

Henderson was a father figure to the girl and had invited her on family trips and even gave her mom financial support. But then he took advantage of her when she came over to watch movies with his family and his kids fell asleep.

Once his children were in their rooms, he was left alone with the young girl. She claims that he held her down and even after protesting, he told her “you owe me”.

Even worse–Henderson’s wife, Cynthia, is currently in prison for the killing of an 8-month-old baby who was left in her care. Henderson is out on bail, but is not expected to return to his teaching job this upcoming term.

In Manhattan, a prestigious prep school teacher has been charged with having sex with a 16-year-old student in a local nightclub after the last day of school. The 37-year-old teacher claims he met the young girl at a trendy nightspot and had “consensual” sex in the bathroom.

The 37-year-old teacher taught some of the richest kids in the city. This is not an isolated problem within public schools, but a growing trend among all schools.

Reports like these are becoming all too common. Liberty News Now ran an article over the weekend about a female teacher who allowed two students to fondle her. Then she posted the picture on Instagram.

There seems to be a new report daily on a teacher who had sex with a student or a trusted educator sexually abusing a child. With the rise of social media, abusers are becoming bolder, and crimes are becoming more public.

Despite the long summer vacation, the reports of teachers sexually abusing kids keep coming out, which signifies a much larger trend. Sexual assault is on the rise in schools, and the victims are students being violated from their most trusted role models. With no end in site, and the topic missing from political talking points, this is a horrifying trend that is looking to get only worse as the new school year starts.

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If you thought the liberal nightmare at public schools was bad, get this: a school in Seattle implanted IUDs on teenage students–and did so without their parents’ permission.

An IUD is far more invasive than giving students condoms or other external forms of birth control. It’s a long-acting birth control device that gets actually implanted inside the uterus of a woman (or in this case, teenage girl.) While it’s an invasive implant inside the body, it is reversible and can be taken out–the school isn’t sterilizing women.

It’s highly effective at stopping pregnancies–but, like anything inside the body, has a number of side effects, which parents would obviously want to know about.

It also works as an “abortifacient,” which means it causes a fertilized egg to reject implantation–essentially causing a kind of abortion without the woman’s knowledge.

The school giving them out without parental permission is Chief Sealth High School in Seattle, Washington. Even more curiously, they’re providing them with a federal grant: these IUDs are being paid by Medicaid, through a program called “Take Charge.”

Chief Sealth High School has been offering IUDs since 2010, and is just one of a number of area schools handing out this kind of invasive birth control–some going to girls as young as sixth grade.

Access to birth control is one thing. Giving teenage girls an invasive device that zaps all pregnancies with an automatic abortion–and doing so with our tax dollars and without parental permission–is a whole other thing.

Another chapter in the liberal Left’s crazy takeover of public education: this time, putting abortions over the well-being of teenage girls, and keeping parents in the dark.



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