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Teaching Islam – Take Two

Teaching Islam – Take Two

    By Michael Greer Last month I attended the Manhattan Beach School Board meeting to learn how and why they were teaching the Five Pillars of Islam in their schools. Unfortunately, since the parents weren’t able to get the subject on the Board’s calendar, except for a few people speaking about the dangers of […]

Teaching Islam

Teaching Islam

    By Michael Greer A few days ago, I read an article on Breitbart.com about a family in Manhattan Beach, California, who are taking their son out of middle school because the school is teaching Islam. According to the article, the school wasn’t teaching the history of Islam, it was teaching its tenets. (Link […]

Homeschooling – The Spirit of ’76

Homeschooling – The Spirit of ’76

by Brian Kearsey Why do people homeschool? How do they homeschool? While the answers are as varied as the people who do it, they all have one common trait: the pioneering spirit that is America’s unique heritage. The revival of homeschooling is a return to the principles of individual liberty and responsibility that catapulted a […]

Home school educator warns against Common Core

Home school educator warns against Common Core

By Tony Dolz  July 1, vcialis 40mg 2013 Photo of Raisa Steindell Brown SIMI VALLEY–The prospect of children returning to school in the Fall to face radically new nationalized education standards have parents raising a lot of questions.  The new standards, order which will be officially deployed next August, there involve changes in curriculum, testing, […]

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