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佛罗里达州一项限制幼儿园至三年级关于性行为的课堂教学的法案已成为最新的文化战争冲突。

该法案的支持者表示,公立学校没有义务参与这种对年轻学生的教学。 他们提出了一个很好的观点。 利用政府权力向儿童灌输某些政治和社会信仰——不顾父母的意愿——是一个主要问题。

虽然佛罗里达州有争议的指导与左派的努力有关,但通过教育政策实现意识形态目标的诱惑在保守派中也很强烈。

俄亥俄州立法机构正在考虑一项类似于佛罗里达州法案的法案。 由于俄亥俄州法案适用于参与俄亥俄州纳税人资助的学校代金券计划的私立学校以及公立学校,支持俄亥俄州法案的保守派立法者正在证明保守派和自由主义者的警告是正确的,即允许政府补贴私立学校学费将导致政府控制的私立学校。

其他保守派正试图迫使学校采用“爱国”课程。 这与左派强迫学校教授批判性种族理论的努力一样有害。 被灌输批判种族理论的学生毕业时会相信白人男性资本家是万恶之源。 被灌输“爱国主义”的学生将在毕业时相信战党赞助的每一点宣传,并将所有反对“党路线”的人抹黑为来自俄罗斯或任何取代俄罗斯成为全球头号敌人的国家的虚假信息的不爱国传播者。

在一个自由社会中,父母——而不是政客、官僚或教师工会——将控制教育。 父母将决定他们的孩子的教育是否以及何时将包括性、种族理论以及支持和反对达尔文主义的证据等主题。

如果政府不干涉,自由市场可以满足父母要求他们的孩子接受反映父母价值观的优质教育的要求。 一个自由市场的教育体系将为父母提供多种选择,包括宗教和世俗私立学校、社区学校和在家上学。

人们正在寻找一个融合了自由主义思想而又不牺牲灌输教育的优质家庭教育计划的人应该看看我的家庭教育课程。

Ron Paul 课程为学生提供全面的教育,包括严格的历史、数学、物理和自然科学课程。 该课程还提供个人理财方面的指导。 学生可以通过密集的写作和公开演讲课程培养卓越的沟通技巧。 我的课程的另一个特点是它为学生提供了创建和经营自己的企业的机会。

课程的政府和历史部分强调奥地利经济学、自由主义政治理论和自由史。 然而,与公立学校不同,我的课程从不将意识形态灌输置于教育之前。 互动论坛为学生提供了在正式环境之外与同龄人互动的机会。

我鼓励所有希望为孩子提供无灌输教育的父母去 RonPaulCurriculum.com 了解有关我的家庭教育计划的更多信息。

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  1. Just as Smedley Butler said that war is a racket – public education and academia are a racket as well. In NYC, I went to Catholic parochial school where my parents had to pay out of pocket. Yes, we do not pay a separate school tax here as they do in the suburbs and more rural parts of the state (and country), but a good part of the city’s budget is going to public education. Many of the recipients of public education (grade school and high school) come from families who are not paying taxes at all. If parents were allowed to opt out of paying school tax as well as having the ability to easily start affordable private schools that do not indoctrinate, the whole public education behemoth would collapse. I would love to see Randi Weingarten crying her eyes out.

    • 同意: Bro43rd
  2. Cowboy 说:

    保罗博士​​提供了各种沟壑和悬崖的地形图。 窄是路。 与此同时,民族主义者希望使用部落疫苗作为部落的解毒剂。

    • 哈哈: Ann Nonny Mouse
  3. SafeNow 说:

    Indoctrination is the enemy yes. But the other enemy is a curriculum that has been “refreshed” (Harvard’s euphemism) vs. a traditional, less-fun curriculum. I skimmed through some RonPaul homeschool lesson plans, and IMHO the ones I saw are rigorous. But it is ironic that “The Time Machine” has been included in the Western Lit. curriculum. The irony is that what would best serve modern-day parents is to place their children into a time machine, to travel back to the suburban public schools that I attended during the 50s and 60s. The teachers were not rocket scientists, but they did not need to be. I managed to get into a very elite New England university, and I found I had been better prepared than my rich classmates who had attended fancy private schools.

    • 同意: René Fries
  4. Jokem 说:

    Put the US Congress in charge of the Washington DC School system. Have Congress charged with making the DC Schools the best in the world. Then you do not need a Dept of Education as all the other schools will want to be like that. If Congress cannot do that, then what business do they have trying to call the shots on any other schools?

    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  5. RoatanBill 说:

    政府不希望有能力进行批判性思考的人们,他们想要听话的工人,只需要足够聪明的人来运行机器,而又要愚蠢到足以被动地接受他们的情况的人。 你没有选择。 你有主人。 他们拥有你。 他们拥有一切。 他们拥有所有重要的土地。 他们拥有并控制公司。 他们早就购买了参议院,国会,州议会大厦,市政厅并为之付款,他们把法官放在了腰上,而且他们拥有所有大型媒体公司,因此他们几乎控制了所有新闻。和您所听到的信息。
    乔治卡林

    Close all public schools. The gov’t has no business educating children except for propaganda purposes. That’s how you get adults too stupid to see that voting is what’s keeping them forever begging gov’t to loosen their chains, but it never does. Sell off all the school property at auction and fire all the teachers thus also eliminating the teacher’s union and taxes purported to support education.

    Now, let the free market flourish. The good teachers will find employment in the same buildings they worked at before, only now there’s new management at each facility. Those schools that get a passing grade by parents will survive, those that don’t will fail to allow the private sector to correct the situation.

    No school board. No teachers union. No school taxes. Parents at the top of the hierarchy who control the schools via their tuition money.

  6. Anon[830]• 免责声明 说:

    Dr. Paul always is correct

    BTW – the proper term is government school

  7. God bless you, Ron Paul! (I sure don’t write that often.)

    A year and a half from now we will be likely starting homeschooling. We went to a show to look at various curriculae, all conservative, from what I saw, but I will keep yours in mind. Already, my 10 y/o kid knows more about real money than I did at 35!

  8. @Jokem

    Put the US Congress in charge of the Washington DC School system. Have Congress charged with making the DC Schools the best in the world.

    哈哈哈哈!

    I’d rather have Pee Wee Herman than the US Congress running the school system we use.

    • 回复: @Jokem
  9. Jokem 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Achmed – Unless you live in DC, I don’t understand your answer.

    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  10. @Jokem

    No, I don’t live in FS*. My point was I would rather have Pee Wee Herman running any school system we are involved in than the US Congress. Maybe I didn’t get your joke.

    .

    * 这 F绿宝石 S井眼

    • 回复: @Jokem
  11. ruralguy 说:

    What skills do children need in later life? Other than the 3 R’s, most student either forget most of what they’ve learned in K-12. Even if they remembered it, most of the learning is quite useless to them.

    I’ve noticed over the years that almost all people with whom I’ve talked agree the shop/industrial arts and home economics classes in Junior high/ middle school were among the most enjoyable, useful, and memorable classes that they took in K-12. Why not replace history, social studies, social activism, art, and all the other useless classes, with home repair, managing money, investing, budgeting, cooking, cleaning/hygiene, buying/selling homes, mortgages/loans, nutrition, anger control, manners, choosing careers, and other similar classes?

    • 回复: @Jokem
  12. Jokem 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    It wasn’t a joke. The idea was to have the US Congress get the DC School system straightened out.
    Once they do that all the other schools will want to be like that and we will not need Federal mandates shoved down the throat of the local schools. If they cannot get the DC Schools under control, then what business do they have telling anyone how to run their schools?

    In both cases the Dept of Education is relegated to an advisory capacity.

    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  13. Jokem 说:
    @ruralguy

    History is important if you want to know how this country came in to being as well as how to deal with foreign elements. I would fold that into the broader category of Civics. Art is important if you want to stimulate creativity, there is more to it than just painting, sculpting, drawing. The other things you mention are important also, mainly finance.

  14. The education establishment is accountable only to the State. No marketplace to provide competition for schools to improve.

    We have moved from a system doing a mediocre job educating people, to a system which actively teaches a false view of the world.

    But the clash between make-believe and reality can only end one way, no matter how much money we print…

  15. @Jokem

    If they cannot get the DC Schools under control, then what business do they have telling anyone how to run their schools?

    What business do they have telling anyone how to run a LOT of things?! That doesn’t stop them, Jokem. You know that.

    • 回复: @Jokem
  16. Bro43rd 说:

    Yes, yes & yes. What to do about the college/university system that is every bit as f’d up as k-12? Until parents refuse to send/allow their kids to go on to the “extended indoctrination camps”, I don’t have much hope for education. An outright rejection of the fiat money (fed reserve) system would go a long way to forcing col/univ’s back to reality.

    So the reform of education has to be 2 fold or really should follow naturally the reform of the monetary system. Dr Paul may agree.

    • 同意: Achmed E. Newman
  17. Jokem 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    I get it… Since it is hopeless then what is the point of presenting ideas? Is that your position?

    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  18. @Jokem

    My position is that Congress is collectively a bunch of retards that shouldn’t be organizing even a kid’s birthday party. Yes, getting them to run the FS schools is a joke. That’s why I thought you were joking, Jokem.

  19. Jokem 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    艾哈迈德——

    My impression of the US Congress is not a great deal different than yours.
    That still does not mean I had a poor idea.
    In fact, such a thing would serve to underscore failure on the part of Congress and make it more difficult for them to obfuscate such.

  20. Anon[159]• 免责声明 说:

    Interesting to know about Ron Paul Home Schooling Curriculum.

    But how is it that teaching Austrian Economics and Libertarian Political Theory is not an ideological indoctrination?

  21. @Anon

    你写:

    But how is it that teaching Austrian Economics and Libertarian Political Theory is not an ideological indoctrination?

    Our public education system and universities ‘indoctrinate’ by teaching failed economic theories like Keynesianism and others.
    But they NEVER, other than for a few tertiary institutions on the fringe, mention Austrian Economics.
    Because the powers that be (PTB) don’t won’t people to know about a system that minimises the severity of recessions and nips them in the bud early on before they can become worse.
    The PTB always try to engineer a system where crashes are recurrent so that they can suck you in with low interest rates and get you indebted to the eyeballs and then buy all hard assets at pennies on the dollar when you cannot service the repayments on your mortgage or margin loan when interest rates (that the Zio owned Fed controls) are raised higher.

    Look at this clip where Dr Ron Paul predicted the 2008 subprime mortgage bust that led to the GFC years in advance utilising Austrian Economics:

    Bottom Line: If you’re being force fed claptrap that is patently false (like about the Holohoax or Man-Made Global Warming), that is indoctrination.

    If you’re being told the TRUTH, how economic systems really function, like in the Ron Paul Home School Curriculum, that is defined as ENLIGHTENMENT.

    • 同意: Bro43rd
  22. @Anon

    Though I agree with Vigilante’s take on the economics matter, let me answer the question more basically: Ron Paul’s curriculum is not REQUIRED… by ANYONE.

    Parents who understand real money and real economics can use it. Others don’t have to. (That doesn’t mean his curriculum doesn’t have plenty of more good non-economic material though. I would imagine it does, and one can pick and choose.)

    At the government schools, the curriculum is the curriculum. You either take your kids out, correct all the BS they are being indoctrinated with later at home, or not, or you get in a big battle with the school board. From Michelle Malkin (whose columns are hosted here too – thank you, Mr. Unz!) I have learned that these “local” school boards aren’t so awful local at all.

    I hope this answers your concern, #159.

    • 回复: @Jokem
  23. Jokem 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    ‘Ron Paul’s curriculum is not REQUIRED… by ANYONE.’

    But it SHOULD be… (Maybe I am channeling Rush Limbaugh?)

    ‘I have learned that these “local” school boards aren’t so awful local at all.’

    I am thinking there is too much Federal coercion (\$\$\$). Meaning teach what we say or lose funding.
    If school boards teach what they want, OK, but that means maybe 60 students per class because the funding dries up. Or worse there is legal risk of ending in court.

    Can someone here speak authoritatively about that?

  24. @Jokem

    If school boards teach what they want ..

    The school (draft) board can mandate curriculum, but only within the confines of what the state allows.

    I agree with RP that right-wing indoctrination is as bad as the left-wing kind, and that we need to get the government completely OUT of the education business. In that light, I also oppose public school education in subjects that can pass for being unbiased, e.g. math and science. (But we all know that schools especially suck at teaching rigorous subjects. Indeed, they’ve all but formally renounced the job.)

    that means maybe 60 students per class because the funding dries up.

    PE [sic] class is probably around that size. The “academic” courses will often have more than 30. It’s just ridiculous. (“Economy of scale” doesn’t work in the public sector. Whatever economy is just flushed down some other loo.) In our home school, the student to teacher ratio was always between 3:1 and (usually closer to) 1:3. Public schools can’t compete.

    If we can’t a p_e, then school districts should cram 100,000 kids into a stadium. Pay one credentialed babysitter \$60/hr to stand at midfield and lead the class via the PA system. REBATE the “economy” to taxpayers.

  25. @Achmed E. Newman

    Congress could and should simply vote to defund DC schools.

    That “home rule” thing is ridiculous. Congress isn’t supposed to delegate its primary responsibility to govern DC, e.g. act as its skool board. (For that matter, Congress is not supposed to be delegating its lawmaking power to Executive branch bureaucracies, its war declaration powers to the president, etc.)

    [更多]

    Have you heard? Lots of kids have permanently “logged out” of the school system. The darn educrats are frantically searching for them. The upside, they say, is that class sizes aren’t as big. Meanwhile, the states are not demanding refunds for the lower than expected census, or else the districts are able to use federal bailout funds to cover the bill. Which is to say, school funding has NOT diminished (indeed, many [GOP controlled!] states are boosting expenditures) despite the fact that in many districts, warm-body count is down significantly.

    The schools have already been spreading the word that their 1.5 years online were a disaster. (But at least it eliminated bullying.) The schools are going to turn-in their WORST performance ever: Record low results on standardized tests, at higher per-student cost.

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