Think Your Child Can Opt Out of Common Core Testing? Think Again…

0This is from Mississippi, but could easily be from any state in the U.S.

Parents are being bullied for asking questions about their children’s education. Please read the article and watch the powerful video at the end.  From the article:

I just received a call from the attendance compliance officer for Biloxi School District. The school is mandated to report 5 absences to her.  I explained to her the reason my daughter missed those 4 days of school. She informed me that after 12 absences in a school year, CHARGES WILL BE BROUGHT AGAINST THE PARENT.  I looked at the school calendar and there just happens to be 12 days of standardized testing in a school year…

When Common Core arrived in her state, Woodward started to question the administration on the United Nations curriculum being taught in her child’s school. She confronted the “powers that be” on what was being taught and told them that the curriculum was covering material that was contrary to what the laws in Mississippi stated.

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Julia Seay

Julia Seay was instrumental in eliminating Common Core from the state of Oklahoma via Restore Oklahoma Public Education. She is a Christian wife and mother who worked in courtrooms and conference rooms, until motherhood gave me a love for home-based business. Julia became involved in her local public school system and was formerly on the board of Restore Oklahoma Public Education, dedicated to affect education legislation. Julia is currently on the board of Gateway Women's Resource Center, a non-profit ministryW. Both of Julia's organizations can be found on Facebook. Follow Julia on Twitter: @juliaseay

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