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"As with any other “education record,” a photo or video of a student is an education record, subject to specific exclusions, when the photo or video is: (1) directly related to a student; and (2) maintained by an educational agency or institution or by a party acting for the agency or institution. (20 U.S.C. 1232g(a)(4)(A); 34 CFR § 99.3 “Education Record”)[1]"
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Oh my, well transvestites reading to elementary students. Your also telling me you don't support letting them choose their gender? Yes or no question, you may want to think about that one. You do have a history on here.
Your link STILL isn't working.
 

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In your example the lib teacher wins because the teacher is not advocating same sex marriage

thanks for playing

However many public teachers are promoting same sex marriage, making disparaging remarks about Christian faith and worse

and they deserve to be fired
Your link to "many public teachers are promoting same sex marriage, making disparaging remarks about christian faith and worse" isn't working.
 

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Under the Xiden administration, the state thinks it owns our children. This attitude has been growing steadily over the years, and more and more school boards are run by ideologues who view their role as shaping culture instead of educating.

It is really up to the parents to stand up and say "no, you do NOT own our children" and start paying greater attention to who is on their school board. There may be a top down effort by Stalinists to create a whole generation of fellow Stalinists, but it is up to the parents to fight this movement on a grass roots level.
Put your kids in a private school or homeschool if public school is not to your taste.
 

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Put your kids in a private school or homeschool if public school is not to your taste.
No. The schools are supposed to serve the citizens, and not the other way around, you profoundly ignorant Stalinist.
 

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So you want to go on being forced to pay for an education system that suppresses ideological liberty?

Are you retarded?
That is up to the various school districts. If you want send your kids to ideologically pure private or religious school, you pay for it. Quit expecting the taxpayers to.
 

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Ideological liberty should not be subject to mob rule, let alone judicial dictate. A publically funded education system sans universal choice is a rank violation of natural and constitutional law.
No it isn't. A public school must provide a basic education. You want a specific ideological bent, pay for private school.
 

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I never said that it did. Are you hearing things?

Are you claiming that SCOTUS has not handed down decisions affecting the public education system? That's weird. Are you suggesting that SCOTUS has no business handing down decisions affecting the public education system given that education is not mentioned in the Constitution? Frankly, you didn't think one out, did you?

Could it be that there exist certain constitutional imperatives regarding things like inalienable rights and equal treatment under the law?
You said: "Ideological liberty should not be subject to mob rule, let alone judicial dictate. A publically funded education system sans universal choice is a rank violation of natural and constitutional law."

Issues that that court has addressed are related to other rights in the Constitution, such as equal protection, First Amendment rights, etc. You cannot mention education in the US Constitution because it is not there.

BTW, inalienable rights are mentioned in the Declaration of Independence, not the Constitution. It has no force of law.

It is obvious from your post that you are merely parroting falsehoods created by another ignoramus.
 

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Just like you were wrong about videoing a class being illegal.

You need to find another pretend occupation because you're fake teaching career is a bust
Hey, dickhead! I posted the law. Look up the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
 

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That is up to the various school districts. If you want send your kids to ideologically pure private or religious school, you pay for it. Quit expecting the taxpayers to.
What a mindless conformist you are.

I have a better idea. How about you take your dumbed-down collectivist mediocrity that violates everyone's natural and constitutional rights and shove up your ass.
 

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That is up to the various school districts. If you want send your kids to ideologically pure private or religious school, you pay for it. Quit expecting the taxpayers to.
Actually, it is all about wanting to AVOID the ideological purity being imposed by the schools.

Of course, you already knew that and are indulging in an agitprop technique called turnspeak out of dishonesty.
 

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And different parents have different ideas of "a good job."
Sure

lib parents are entitled to their opinion too

but if the lib schools were not to lib parent expectations they would be calling for changes too, just as conservative parents are

so while I support conservative school boards and cameras in the classroom, ultimately school choice is the best answer to our divided views on education
 

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You said: "Ideological liberty should not be subject to mob rule, let alone judicial dictate. A publically funded education system sans universal choice is a rank violation of natural and constitutional law."

Issues that that court has addressed are related to other rights in the Constitution, such as equal protection, First Amendment rights, etc. You cannot mention education in the US Constitution because it is not there.

BTW, inalienable rights are mentioned in the Declaration of Independence, not the Constitution. It has no force of law.

It is obvious from your post that you are merely parroting falsehoods created by another ignoramus.
Once again, you damn fool! I never said the Constitution touches on education as such. It doesn't have to in order for the various branches of government to create a public education system and address the inherently abiding constitutional imperatives of a public education, like equal protection vis-à-vis the natural and constitutional rights of the people.

Why does this have to be spelled out to you, schoolmarm?

I'm steeped in the historical and philosophical development of the Anglo-American tradition of natural law. The Founders' absolutely held that natural law ontologically preceded and had primacy over written law. There's not a damn thing you can teach me on the matter, schoolmarm. I'll teach your ass.

The Declaration of Independence is this nation's founding sociopolitical doctrine on which the Constitution is predicted. The whole point of the Bill of Rights, which most certainly is part of the Constitution, is to enumerate the natural, inalienable rights of the people, beginning with the most important, and the Ninth Amendment reads: "The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people."
 
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let me toss another log on the fire

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Actually, it is all about wanting to AVOID the ideological purity being imposed by the schools.

Of course, you already knew that and are indulging in an agitprop technique called turnspeak out of dishonesty.
Indeed, Coyote knows precisely what we're getting at.
 

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Great. Perhaps jurists and founders could do with a quick list from now on. Where are these imperatives of natural law officially enumerated?
 

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Put your kids in a private school or homeschool if public school is not to your taste.
Nah. These are the only constitutional alternatives:

Universal school choice for all.
No public education system at all.
 

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