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Governor Mike Pence and Common Core

In 2014, Governor Mike Pence signed a bill to ditch Common Core, but the law does not

prohibit parts of the Common Core to be used in the standards within the curriculum. Here is a link

to the article that was published when he went to sign the bill.

Many still believe that the new curriculum is still too similar to Common Core by the state

education officials who are drafting the standards which seem to be inflated. In the article it

states: When asked whether it would be a concern if Indiana’s new standards were similar to

Common Core but under different name, Pence said content is what matters. “Where we get those

standards, where we derive them from, to me is of less significance than are we actually serving

the best interests of our kids,” Pence said. “And are these standards going to be, to use my often-

used phrase, uncommonly high?”

Many people, especially parents, want to know where Common Core came from. Many

schools are experiencing many new rules concerning it. For example:

  • Girls must wear head scarves as part of the dress code.
  • Students are encouraged to pledge allegiance in Arabic.
  • Students are encouraged to observe Muslim holidays.
  • Students are learning Islamic vocabulary, Islamic culture, and history with Islamic ideals like the five pillars of Islam.
  • Third graders are being told that Allah is the same God of the Christians and the Jews and introducing them to Islam.
  • Students are being encouraged to recite the Shahada and the Muslim call to prayer as well as saying “There is No God but Allah.”

Many parents in every state are outraged. They are protesting and asking, “Why

is Islam being taught in public schools?”  “Where are the people that are always ‘protesting

against’ religion being taught in public schools?” How did Common Core come into education

without discussing it with parents and local school boards?

The following article explains in detail about the issue.

President Obama’s push for “hope and change” translates into completely

transforming America and its culture. Common Core is just one of the many parts of a complex

plan to penetrate every aspect of our society with Islam. “Which is why, Common Core’s origin and

funding came from Qatar, Libya and Saudi Arabia.Globally, Common Core originated from the

“One World Education” concept, a global goal orchestrated by the Connect All Schools program. Its

origin is funded by the Qatar Foundation International (QFI). The director of QFI’s Research

Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics is Tariq Ramadan, grandson of Muslim Brotherhood

founder, Hassan al-Banna.”

If you read further in the article, you will find that “Common Core was “created by” the
National Governor’s Association (NGA), Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO), Achieve
Inc., ACT and the College Board.” Also, “The Common Core State Standards are copyrighted by
the NGA and CCSSO, a private company, which means they cannot be changed.”
        What can parents do about this?
  •  Demand that their state school board members be investigated and/or fired and replaced.
  • Tell their state legislature and governor to reject “Race to the top” federal funds and implement legislation or reverse its state education department’s implementation of Common Core in their state.
  • Do not let their child not participate in state testing.
  • Parents can take their children out of public schools altogether.
  • Say no more to the $632 billion that the federal government spends each year on public school education which is being wasted on violating the First Amendment, by the federal government instituting a religion through the teaching of Islam in public schools.
This is a very important thing for parents to know for their rights as well as for their children’s
education:
            “Parental rights are guaranteed by the 14th Amendment. The U.S. Supreme Court has held that parents possess the “fundamental right” to “direct the upbringing and education of their children.” The court has declared that “the child is not the mere creature of the State: those who nurture him and direct his destiny have the right coupled with the high duty to recognize and prepare him for additional obligations” (Pierce v. Society of Sisters, 268 U.S. 510, 534-35). The Supreme Court criticized the Nebraska state legislature for attempting to interfere “with the power of parents to control the education of their own” (Meyer v. Nebraska, 262 U.S. 390, 402). And ruled a parent’s right to raise his/her children means a parent is protected from unreasonable state interferences, one of the unwritten “liberties” protected by the Due Process Clause of the 14th Amendment (Meyer v. Nebraska, 262 U.S. 399).”

Read this article if you want to learn more.

The true fact about Common Core is that it will change the America’s public educational
system. “Common Core allows for a rewriting of American history, with the new curriculum and
accompanying textbooks showing a definite slant and bias towards islam, while at the same time
mocking or ignoring America’s Judeo-Christian roots and values.”
As an educator, especially with a love for math, I was not happy to teach children Common
Core math. Due to that fact, I am no longer in the teaching field as well as others who are against
this curriculum. Many parents, even those with engineering degrees, have struggled to help their
children with this new math. It is a struggle because it is degrading. It is the dumbing down of our
children so that they can be controlled for the New World Order or government. Provided below is
an example of Common Core works:
             “The teaching of math under Common Core guidelines means getting the right answer just does NOT matter anymore as long as the student can explain the faulty reasoning they used to get to that wrong answer.  2 + 2 = 5 is OK…just explain how you got that answer.  And Common Core puts many students mathematically two years behind those of many high-achieving countries. For example, Algebra 1 would be taught in 9th grade NOT 8th grade as previously taught, making calculus inaccessible to them in high school, and this would affect top-tier college entrance requirements.”
The federal government should not be involved in the public education system. It is the state,
county, and local governments that should be involved as well as the parents themselves.
Common Core was implemented without any legislative votes by elected officials that are to
represent the will of the people and/or parents.
“In addition to all the educational negatives, schools that have implemented Common
Core have government permission to collect private data on each student including: religion,
medical, and psychological info, and to do so WITHOUT parental consent.” This is so they, the
government, can have total control by knowing everything about every person. Our individual
rights and freedoms are being taken away at the very core, our children. You can hear our
President say this himself by clicking this link.
That is why this election year is so pivotal. We must stop them before they totally implement
the NWO. Donald J. Trump is for Americans and is against their agenda. That is why they have
been after him so much on the left and the right. I hope that Governor Mike Pence will help to
totally ditch Common Core like Trump wants to do, especially now that he is going to be the VP.
We have to get back to our basics again: reading writing, and arithmetic. We can not let Hillary get
into office or our country will be in peril because she will implement their agenda even more.
God be with our country at this time as well as with the world! We need to bring Jesus/God
back to our great country once again! Our children’s futures depend on it!

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Written by Theresa Elphinstone

Hi! My name is Theresa Elphinstone. I am a Christian, Conservative, Educator, and mom of two. My children are grown adults now, but seeing what has happened to our curriculum in education has upset me dearly. Having graduated from Liberty University back in 1983 with a Bachelors in Business with a minor in Psychology. I had my first child in 1988. So, I became a stay at home mom so I could raise him properly. Then, in 1995, I gave birth to my daughter. It was not until she could go to kindergarten that I started to look for something to help with our finances and raise our children. I furthered my education with a Masters in Education in 200 from Penn State University.

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