Global Strong Cities Cold War,
Child abuse in the classroom:
PEARL LEONA STURGIS·SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2016
Daily Bites of Child Abuse in the Classroom by Phyllis Schlafly :
Eagle Forum President Phyllis Schlafly:# 9 page 18 Examples of Mental Abuse:
It took six years to get the hearings in these seven cities but in March of 1984 (10 years after I, Pearl Sturgis had joined Eagle forum and fought vigorously) the hearings took place. It was not easy for Phyllis Schlafly to select from 1300 pages of testimonies from parents, nurses, teachers, students, and concerned citizens. In reading these excerpts you might wonder where are the testimonies from the other side?
Did we exclude the testimonies of parents and teachers who approve of therapy courses and activities in the classroom? No! No teacher, school principal, academic psychologist or author of a therapy program came forth to defend the theory, the practice or the purpose of this curriculum. “Child Abuse in the Classroom” book by Phyllis Schlafly is indeed, a fair, accurate, and balanced sampling of all the testimonies that were presented in the record of seven full days of Department of Education Hearings.
The National Association of Education did not send any representatives to testify at the hearings, even though the NEA hysterically opposed to enforcement of Protection of the Pupil Rights Amendment. The National Association of Education’s newsletter of April 16,1984 gave the reason why they are opposed to the regulations. “Enforced, as currently written in the Reagan Administration “child privacy” regulations would mandate that all instructional material, including teacher’s manual, films and tapes, must be made available for parents inspection.” But why shouldn’t all teaching material be available for parental inspection?????????
Who do the NEA officials think they are that they can deny parents the opportunity to inspect materials being used on their own children?????? Strangely, there was no media coverage on these seven days of hearings, even though they involved intensely controversial issues; dramatic presentations by hundreds of concerned parents, and documented accounts of child abuse in the classrooms.
The Department of Education issued appropriate news releases and hundreds of citizens traveled hundreds of miles from far away cities in order to speak at the hearings, but to our knowledge, there was no television coverage at all, and fewer than half a dozen articles in the entire country.
(To be continued )
To be Continued in the Next Daily Bites of Global Strong Cities Cold War,series #2
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