CNN’s propaganda is used in numerous public school classrooms funded by taxpayers around the United States.
The cable network is under fire after one of its reporters, Andrew Kaczynski, threatened to release personal information about a Reddit user who created the “Trump bodyslams CNN” meme that President Trump slightly modified and tweeted from his official account. The anti-Trump network is considered the leading purveyor of Very Fake News by President Donald Trump and his supporters.
CNN already has a monopoly on airport customers through its “CNN Airport” network that broadcasts in 47 different airports. The U.S. government’s Federal Aviation Administration under President Obama granted CNN special rights to fly drones over American citizens for the purpose of “newsgathering and reporting.”
But CNN’s influence also reaches our children.
“CNN 10” is described by the network as (emphasis added): “a new, 10-minute news show that appears as a daily digital video on CNN.com. CNN 10 replaces CNN Student News, the network’s longest-running show that first aired in 1989. CNN 10 more effectively serves a growing audience interested in compact on-demand news broadcasts ideal for explanation seekers on the go or in the classroom. The show’s priority is to identify stories of international significance and then clearly describe why they’re making news, who is affected, and how the events fit into a complex, international society.”
The CNN Student News “Guided Worksheet” is featured on the websites for various K-12 schools around the country, including public school systems, as a simple Google search can reveal.
Here is the page for the “CNN Student News Graphic Organizer” on the website teacherspayteachers.com. Here are some of the recent comments from teachers (as recently as May 2017):
“This is a helpful tool for CNN kids news. We love it! Great for a sub too!”
“This is a great addition to the notetaking skills we’ve been working on and something that will really help some students focus on the important issues! Love the map idea! Great resource!”
“Great page to help focus my students’ attention when watching CNN student news! Thanks!”
“Love using CNN student news with my middle school kids. This would have been the perfect worksheet to use a couple weeks ago before our big current events project!”
“Exactly what I was looking for to use alongside the video. Thanks!”
“Simple, to the point, fantastic way to keep students accountable for the cnn student news we watch! Thanks for the freebie!”
“So simple, but so awesome! My students write a current events newspaper for our school each week. This will be very helpful in planning their paragraphs! Thank you!”
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Harvard Law School Planning Conference to Smear and Silence Homeschoolers
It seems doubtful the conference will feature parents’ rights advocates.
Harvard Law School is planning a conference on the topic of homeschooling, with speakers and content of the tenative June summit suggesting the event will be very negative towards the practice.
The Homeschooling Summit: Problems, Politics, and Prospects for Reform is planned for June 18-19th. The conference listing states that a focus of the conference will be to “discuss child rights in connection with homeschooling in the United States.”
Further investigation of the conference’s premise suggests it’s outright hostile to the notion of homeschooling entirely. One event scheduled for the second day of the conference is entitled “Concerns with Homeschooling.”
The Home School Legal Defense Association questioned what seemed to be the outright hostility to homeschooling that will be part of the event, pointing out the concerning public statements of some of the educators participating in the summit.
The pro-homeschooling rights group highlighted the anti-homeschooling track records of the event’s speakers.
Some, such as College of William and Mary law professor James Dwyer, have fundamentally questioned the rights of parents to homeschool their children. Dwyer has argued in law review article that “the claim that parents should have child-rearing rights—rather than simply being permitted to perform parental duties and to make certain decisions on a child’s behalf in accordance with the child’s rights—is inconsistent with principles deeply embedded in our law and morality.”
It almost seems anachronistic that the fixings of elite cultural liberalism are maintaining themselves in the midst of the national Chinese coronavirus epidemic, an event that has actually forced the American public and policy makers to focus on things that matter. This anti-homeschooling summit might end up being cancelled because of the coronavirus epidemic. But it any case, Harvard Law’s academic elites seem intent to question the rights of homeschoolers either way.
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