If President Obama’s proposed increase of $1 billion per year is passed, students would get their way.This seems to be the norm in public schools these days: indoctrinating kids and politically using kids. Children are being forced to listen to people like Ms. Richardson promoting a particular political agenda instead of drilling times tables, diagramming sentences, or learning geography. . . And our tax money is being used to keep people like Ms. Richardson in their jobs.
On Wednesday morning, Debra Richardson, program director for Leaf, Loaf & Ladle at the Resource Center for Independent Living, spoke to fifth-graders about the bill and how it would affect what they’d eat each day at school.
Don't worry about the food the students are being fed. Worry about the indoctrination they are being fed.
Instead of telling our students what to believe, give them knowledge of science, civics, and other subjects, starting with the simple and working to the complex. They will then have the tools to figure out for themselves what to believe and what requires action.
Give them knowledge so they will be able to figure out when they are being manipulated or used by their government.