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posted ago by GolfwithTrump ago by GolfwithTrump +1146 / -1

CRT, climate change, gender study and voter integrity are topics they are expected to challenge the teacher and walk out of class!! Please instruct your conservative kids to push back in some way. ENOUGH!!!

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Allister 16 points ago +17 / -1

This... Be the parent and take them out of the indoctrination camp and homeschool them (or better yet never send them there in the first place) it was the absolute best decision the wife and I made for our kids as they approached school-age to decide to keep them away from the indoctrination camps and homeschool them, we never looked back...

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GolfwithTrump [S] 0 points ago +1 / -1

A lot of judgmental people in here. So intolerant!! Similar to conversations with liberals.

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Allister 2 points ago +2 / -0

You Can Lead a Horse To Water, But You Can’t Make It Drink...

That said, yep I will be judgemental and will never agree that it's the child's job to push back against indoctrination when the parent is the one sending the child to the indoctrination camp in the first place!

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GolfwithTrump [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

It is my young adults job to stand up for their beliefs. None are indoctrinated so I was more effective than the camp. Oh yeah and my children have experienced some real life situations and came out all the better.

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TurdSammich -4 points ago +1 / -5

No.. im not paying to homeschool.. hit the school boards.

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Allister 9 points ago +9 / -0

It cost us less to homeschool than it does to register and pay for the mandatory supplies at public school, your choice... I personally refuse to send my children to an indoctrination camp and would spend more any day to not subject them to that indoctrination brainwashing... And to be blunt, I doubt you will get anywhere with the school board, they might toss you some trinkets to appease you but at the end of the day the school will still be an indoctrination camp...

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michelleobama22 0 points ago +3 / -3

homeschooling is free you weirdo

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MNMathtic 4 points ago +4 / -0

Homeschooling is NOT free. You pay for books, manipulatives, computer programs, coop fees, art and science supplies, and you STILL have your property taxes taken out to pay for government schools.

Don’t forget the financial opportunity costs with one parent working an unpaid teaching job at home instead of working outside the home.

It is completely worth it (homeschooled our kids and they are amazing young adults!) but it is not free.

P.S. if you choose to homeschool some states will offer to pay for some of your textbooks and supplies. DON’T TAKE THE MONEY! It’s a Trojan horse to get into your home and every other homeschool family’s home so they can dictate what is taught.

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RandoMando2A 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ever heard of Kahn Academy? It’s free. You can find just about anything for free online. Including knowledge.

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michelleobama22 1 point ago +1 / -0

lol i can do it for free🙄

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Allister 1 point ago +1 / -0

Homeschooling can be free, it all depends on the state requirements and how you do it, but yeah generally not entirely free... But, if the state has no rules you can unschool for basically free, we could do that but we prefer a more standard curriculum...

And I work from home so there was no financial hit to our income, and now that the kids are older they don't need a babysitter and because they are well-rounded and respectful they actually do their school work without being told or ordered to do it each day so there is no need for a parent to always be there...

Back to cost, public school is not free either in most places... The online curriculum we primarily use is $25/month, so if you school 9 or 10 months that is $225-$250 a year, done... Our local school district registration is $195 a kid, bussing for the first kid is now $325, every other kid is $250... Plus since they are at school you have to pay for lunch tickets, which is a minimum of $2.95 a day for the basic lunch if they want anything extra like say a bottle of water add a buck each item... So for my three kids to go to public school, it's $1410 to simply register them for school with bussing, and then about $60 a week for lunches, vs $750 for homeschooling and a whole lot better and cheaper lunches at home and no being hauled across town... Even if it did cost more I would do it but, it actually saves us money...

It's really too bad we still have to pay nearly $15K a year in property taxes towards the school, and yes that is just the school portion of our property taxes the entire property tax bill is much higher!

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TurdSammich 1 point ago +1 / -0

not when you have a job.. someone has to be home to home-school.

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michelleobama22 1 point ago +1 / -0

take them to work like the mexicans do