JOINT HEARINGS ON COMMON CORE STANDARDS Newly elected legislators take an oath to defend, protect, honor, and follow the U.S. Constitution and their state constitution. The public expects these legislators to follow the laws created by their government. If legislators Continue reading

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 As Americans surrendered their educational system to the federal government, they also surrendered their republic. During the 1960s, educational expert Benjamin S. Bloom wrote a set of Handbooks I and II which shaped ten educational goals for public schools. Nine Continue reading

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