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Author Topic: How do we change the NH state constitution so we can abolish public schools?  (Read 20865 times)

Dreepa

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Parents don't have a responsibility to their children. The child is 'born free and independent', not chattel.





what?  parents don't have a responsibility to their children?  Are you out of you F*** mind?
Nope.

I guess that proves you are.
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John Edward Mercier

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Make your case.
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antistate1190

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Make your case.


Tell me JEM, do you have any children? Or were you ever in the publik skool sistum? What high skool did you graduate from?
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John Edward Mercier

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No children. But I can make a constitutional and legal case.
I went to both private and public school...

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antistate1190

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No children. But I can make a constitutional and legal case.
I went to both private and public school...



Tell me then, what did you like better? Private or publik?
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creaganlios

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antistate, I raised 5 children, and used a combination of public, private and home education.

No one approach was best.  Each appropriate was best, for certain of my children, at certain points in their lives, and at certain points in my life.

None of the systems was perfect, or better: just different, and more or less appropriate depending on my our family's life and my children's lives & learning styles, all of which changes from year to year.
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John Edward Mercier

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Private a little better than public.
« Last Edit: January 30, 2011, 04:10:03 am by John Edward Mercier »
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antistate1190

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Private a little better than public.

So you would support privatizing all gov. schools if given the choice?
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John Edward Mercier

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Nope.
As I've stated. I harbor the risk of the uneducated. Not that being educated protects from some undertaking violent criminal activities or voting themselves undue benefits, but I feel that it lessens the chances.

I liked private over public because I am somewhat introverted. I was sent to public school in an attempt to sidestep this flaw.


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Nope.
As I've stated. I harbor the risk of the uneducated. Not that being educated protects from some undertaking violent criminal activities or voting themselves undue benefits, but I feel that it lessens the chances.


Skkools in America are known for DUMBING down children. Why do Americans score way lower on tests then kids in China or India when America is richer? Go to UNH or Keene State or Dartmouth and tell me how many students there are international? (esp. Dartmouth) Enough gov. waste has been spent on publik skooling that I think it's time we privatized them and the kids who can't afford private school can get jobs with their parents or homeschool. Thats why I also support getting rid of child labor laws and I think that's something the FSP should take up later on when the movement has more people. American children are way stupid and behave like sheep b/c of schooling.

I also favor private schools b/c no one is forcing me to pay for them. I don't have kids so why should I be force to pay for a failing education system?
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So your suggesting there are no public schools in China or India?
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By the way, your 'forced' to pay for all the ills resultant from an uneducated mass.
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FreeMan1

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I think this website is helpful for dealing with public schools and educating people: http://www.school-survival.net/forums/
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