Coming: A guide to removing your children from Oregon schools... the right way

A project of the Yamhill County Republican Party Education Integrity Standing Committee

The harm to be inflicted by Maoist/Marxists will be deep and is by design

While we are getting things set up, enjoy these important links:

While we're just getting started, here's great places to begin the process of getting your children out of public schools

RESOURCES

Public School Exit resources

Florida Virtual free K-12 (not required to live there)

Liberty U. K-12 free bible oriented learning

Parents' Rights guidance Oregon website

Oregen rules, form on pulling kids out of school

In Yamhill/Polk, register home schooling here
(Coos county go here)

NEED TO KNOW

Get Your Kid Out While You Can:

Oregon Dumbs Down Public Schools to 'Help' Students of Color

Oregon Governor Kate Brown has “paused” – for years – requirements for schools to teach what schools are supposed to teach: calculating, reading, and writing.

The governor “paused” the requirements for the foreseeable future because it’s just not fair to make students prove they can add, subtract, multiply, conjugate the English language, or be able to read before they graduate. I mean, who needs to know that stuff?

Full story by Victoria Taft at PJ Media

THE PROBLEM

What is Critical Race Theory?

According to Christopher Rufo, Founder of founder and director of Battlefront, a public policy research center, “Critical race theory is an academic discipline, formulated in the 1990s, built on the intellectual framework of identity-based Marxism. Relegated for many years to universities and obscure academic journals, over the past decade it has increasingly become the default ideology in our public institutions. It has been injected into government agencies, public school systems, teacher training programs, and corporate human resources departments in the form of diversity training programs, human resources modules, public policy frameworks, and school curricula.”

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What is Social Emotional Learning?

Proponents of SEL call for focusing less on academic content and knowledge in schools, and more on student attributes, mindsets, values, and behaviors.  Not only are the goals of SEL ill-defined, but they also raise significant, unanswered questions about what attitudes should be promoted.

“It’s one thing to direct your own moral, ethical, and emotional development or that of your children,” said Jane Robbins, co-author of “Social-Emotional Learning: K-12 Education as New-Age Nanny State.”  “But having a government vendor or unqualified public school officials implement an SEL curriculum based on coffee-table psychology is quite another.”