Time to Move On

San Diego, CA

#1 Apr 29, 2013
OUR TAXES SHOULD FUND SCHOOL CHOICE!!(Some cities/townships already do this and have been for some time now; believe it.) What do you think?

"In school, children are not free to quit, so what are the consequences?"

"In general, children are the most brutalized of people, not because they are small and weak, but because they donít have the same freedoms to quit that adults have."

"But now I want to turn to the violence we do to our children by forcing them into schools. When schooling is compulsory, schools are, by definition, prisons. A prison is a place where one is forced to be and within which people are not free to choose their own activities, spaces, or associates. Children cannot walk away from school, and within the school children cannot walk away from mean teachers, oppressive and pointless assignments, or cruel classmates."


South Burlington, VT

#2 May 14, 2013
Instead of fighting the teacher's union, tenure, the Governor, the school board that should be representing YOU the taxpayer, THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX!(This is the kind of thing that scares teacher--and administrators--to death...)

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