How can we expose more people to critical thinking?
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Yeah it's Fox News, but still...
Teacher Punished for Telling Students About Constitutional Rights
An Illinois high school teacher was punished by a local school district after he warned students about the Constitutional rights before answering a school-mandated survey about emotional and at-risk behavior.
...“I advised my students that they had a Fifth Amendment right not incriminate themselves,” Dryden told a local newspaper. “It was not my intention for them not to take the survey.”
Batavia School Superintendent Jack Barshinger told Fox News what the teacher did was against the rules.
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When Religion becomes State, and breaking the Law becomes a Sin, then Dissenters will become Heretics.
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School admins are known for their desire to keep people ignorant of the Third Amendment.
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Can't have the kiddies thinking they have rights. they might grow up into adult citizens who think they have rights, and that just won't do.
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Llacheu wrote:School admins are known for their desire to keep people ignorant of the Third Amendment.