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Students Promised Day Off for Political Activism

By CNHT | May 1, 2012

We wrote about why the NH Senate should support HB 1403 which recently passed the NH House by 2-1 margin.

We cited the improper use of activism as one reason for rejecting IB, as promoted by the UN in the case of the International Baccalaureate program which claims to deliver ‘international’ education while actually brainwashing for UN ideals.

Here is a flyer taken from Bedford High School, where the program is used, that promises the students a day off if they will go to the state house to protest HB 1403 at the Senate today.

This is electioneering by school officials and is forbidden by NH law. Further, the flyer states that they would like to ’save AP’. This is incorrect. AP is NOT affected by HB 1403.

Students Forced to Take Up Causes as Part of Education

H/T: NHTPC

Topics: Bill Watch 2012, Parental Rights, School Curricula | Comments Off

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