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From a legislator and teacher

posted Jan 7, 2012, 12:15 PM by Bill Duncan   [ updated Jan 7, 2012, 12:15 PM ]
I have always nurtured the hope that one of my children would choose to move to NH to raise their families.  No more!  Lessons are likely to be planned to cause the least amount of disruption by parents who want to control everything in a child's classroom.  I want my grandchildren to become educated adults who can think for themselves, not be taught some shallow ideology because that is the only material that is safe for the teacher to teach.  An old bumper sticker that made the rounds a few years back said "if you think education is expensive, try ignorance."  Looks like a majority of NH pols are going to give it a whirl.

These crazy bills designed to destroy public education should give pause to even the most die hard Tea Party/Free State conservative.  A poor education system in your town will lower your property values.  Destroy public education and see how much your lovely NH home will bring!  Good public schools are vital to a strong economy where everyone benefits.