D.C. schools may drop required government course
Apparently, the D.C. school districts — known for their repeated failures — think it would be a good idea to further de-educate their students by not offering a required government course. It seems that it’s just too much of a hassle to teach children the truth about the government that wishes to rule them. But, certainly the liberally angled, rewritten history books will remain in the classroom and in the syllabi shared within the classrooms of the district.
These young people will be so well-prepared for the “real world” upon graduation — if they graduate — won’t they?
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