(Hour 3b,c) Rich proclaims, “I really do want to be positive!” in response to some voices in our audience. We want to, but we feel the need to address the ongoing disconnect between the government and the governed. Plan Pinardhood. Voter Fraud. Smart Code on Second Street. Common Core. Patrice from Manchester called to share her concerns about a book in the 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade curriculum that she is very upset about and should be. Here’s a link to the guides she referenced. Just look to the left and see what’s gone into our schools without a vote of the school board!
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David S. Martinez is a native of Indiana who moved to NH in 1977 and has resided there ever since. A 1984 graduate of Manchester High School West, Dave is a former corporate nomad who worked for various financial, retail and restaurant outlets. In 1997, he began his career as a professional Disc Jockey and founded DJ Dave Entertainment in 2001. He has been involved with the Girard at Large show since it's launch in September, 2011.
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“The Manchester School District’s curriculum is rigorous and standards-based, designed to meet the needs of diverse learners.” What a crock. There are no ‘standards’ for academics only political litmus tests which children must meet in order to be acceptable. Parents you’d better wake up! yes a lot of news is NOT positive, but it’s being aired for YOUR OWN GOOD. If you wonder why the country is headed in the wrong direction, look no further than the abuse of our children in the public schools.
You mean the people who extol the virtue of “critical thinking” in Common Core are failing to critically think about Common Core?