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CNN’s Roland Martin Owes NYC Parents an Apology

CNN’S ROLAND MARTIN OWES NYC PARENTS ANAPOLOGY: Calls School Parents “Ignorant and Whiny” for Expressing Concern Over Controversial Sex Ed Curriculum New York, NY—Oct. 31…CNN contributor Roland Martin owes an immediately apology to New York City school parents who have expressed legitimate … Continue reading

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Xxxtracurricular activity in school – NY Post

In today’s paper, NY Post columnist Andrea Peyser writes, “Clearly, I was born too soon. The city’s public schools are transitioning into a gross and kinky pleasure palace, with sixth-graders — kids as young as 10 — being drilled on … Continue reading

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NYT: Does Sex Ed Undermine Parental Rights?

OP-ED CONTRIBUTORS Does Sex Ed Undermine Parental Rights? By ROBERT P. GEORGE and MELISSA MOSCHELLA Published: October 19, 2011 Princeton,N.J.  IMAGINE you have a 10- or 11-year-old child,just entering a public middle school. How would you feel if,as part of … Continue reading

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Movement for Abstinence-based Sex Ed Grows In NYC

This week, NYC Parents Choice coalition took its grassroots campaign for an alternative medically accurate abstinence-centered sex education curriculum to the steps of City Hall. We were joined by Greg Pfundstein (Chiaroscuro Foundation), Rev. Michel Faulkner (Clergy for Better Choices), … Continue reading

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Time to Eliminate Public Middle Schools

Time to can middle schools – New York Post Last Updated: 4:05 AM, August 18, 2011 We should simply eliminate the city’s regular public middle schools: They do more harm than good. Right now, fewer than half of our middle-school … Continue reading

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Saving Catholic Schools in NY

The Archdiocese of New York has crafted a plan to combat declining enrollment by merging or closing several of their schools. (The New York Times reports that 30 of the 216 parish schools are targeted.) The plan is a necessary … Continue reading

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Education Reform and A Longer School Year

Earlier this month, on NBC’s Today Show, President Obama called for a longer school year, education reform, greater parental involvement, and the firing of incompetent teachers.  President Obama also supports extending the school year. Our school year is based on … Continue reading

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