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The Greatest Story of Fraud and Deception Never Read

Copyright © 2008 Patty Degen

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Sing a little song about Columbus, Halloween, George Washington, or a Christmas carol, say the Pledge of Allegiance, and even occasionally hear a verse from the Bible. Ladies and gentlemen, all those things except the Pledge of Allegiance (and it’s even under attack) are passé in today’s schools. In New Jersey, they even want to restrict ‘with liberty and justice for all’ since affirmative action is preferred. And it’s getting worse. Each day brings some new affront. John Adams said in 1765: ‘A native of America who cannot read or write is as rare an appearance as a comet or an earthquake.’



INTRODUCTION

A RUDE AWAKENING FROM THE 1960’s TO WHAT WE HAVE NOW

I taught school in New Jersey in the 1960’s; at that time I believed the schools there to be second-to-none, my daughter having attended for 3 years. We then moved to Germany where I taught at a Dept. of Defense School which was a regular American public school. Upon returning to New Jersey after a 38- year absence, it literally blew my mind when I realized what had happened. It took a hospital stay and 1-½ years to recover. I should have known because I had been researching education since 1990, but somehow I believed this particular town could not have fallen for such folly. At that time I believed the schools there to be second-to-none, my daughter having attended for 3 years. We then moved to Germany where I taught at a Dept. of Defense School which was a regular American public school. Upon returning to New Jersey after a 38- year absence, it literally blew my mind when I realized what had happened. It took a hospital stay and 1-½ years to recover. I should have known because I had been researching education since 1990, but somehow I believed this particular town could not have fallen for such folly. Two inner city teens

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