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www.theorganicprepper.com, by Linnea Johnson

People choose to homeschool for a variety of reasons. I began homeschooling in the fall of 2012 when after a year in public kindergarten, it became apparent my intelligent but immature son was going to have problems. He did very well at home, as did

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By Will Flanders and Cori Petersen

"She's a happy kid, a good student, and the virtual learning was a disaster for us," said Erin Haroldson of Mount Horeb, Wisconsin, whose eight-year-old daughter was receiving virtual education from her local public school last spring.

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https://www.targetliberty.com, Colin Wright

The Dalton School in Manhattan is having a race meltdown. It's absolutely insane. Teachers are holding the school for ransom with demands, but they're so extreme the school will crumble if they give in. But they'll crumble if they don't, too!

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Natural News - Arsenio Toledo

...with remote learning. In an Oct. 30 press conference, California Gov. Gavin Newsom revealed that his four children were back to studying in their private schools and receiving in-person education under the state's "phased-in approach" to reo

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https://www.ericpetersautos.com by Eric

The fomented mass hysteria over WuFlu has cost us more – in terms of basic liberties – than the German Nazis and Soviet Russians ever managed to, combined – over the course of a World War and a Cold War that, together, spanned more than half a

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https://www.zerohedge.com, Tyler Durden

Currently, federal education funds are distributed to state governments, which then distribute those to local schools. But under legislation proposed by Senator Rand Paul, called the Support Children Having Open Opportunities for Learning (or SCHOOL)

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https://www.zerohedge.com by Tyler Durden

Elementary school children attending a wealthy Pennsylvania school district this fall will be required to learn that white people who sympathize with police officers, or decline to watch the news, are complicit in racism, according to the Washington

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