28 May, 2014

Common Core and its Jewish Architect

Posted by Socrates in Common Core, education, jewed culture, jewed education system, public skools, SAT tests, schools, Socrates at 2:33 pm | Permanent Link

“Common Core” is school curriculum that will be used from Florida to California. Guess who created it? (If you guessed “a Mexican,” you’re way off). Oh, and it gets better: the fellow behind Common Core is also redesigning the SAT college entry tests.


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  7. 2 Responses to “Common Core and its Jewish Architect”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      Decent White parents should just pull their kids out of public schools altogether and teach them at home or in small, private schools. Unless the kid shows some kind of intellectual promise he should leave school for good at the age of 16 and go to work, either as an apprentice or in a regular job that will pay a living wage.

      The last thing we need are any more 30 year old college grads still living at home with their parents because they can’t find a decent job or are having trouble paying off their student loans. The longer they live at home with mom and dad the less likely they will be in finding a decent mate to marry and to start a White family with.

      Besides, most college students these days are as dumb as rocks. The average sixth grader from the 1800s would be far more learned and emotionally mature than most college students are today.

      Death to democracy and equality. There are no such things in the REAL world.

    2. fd Says:

      Common Core is another name for compulsory schooling which originated in New England after the 4 years war. Why is every state in the country forced to teach exactly the same? I know the answer–cookie cutter 14th amendment police state citizens.

      Tim McGreen is right. By the age of 16, teenagers who have no interest in formal education should learn a skill of their liking and move forward. The phony colleges are no longer needed. A person can take classes by computer and acquire the same knowledge without wasting time and money at the big universities.

      It’s time for a great separation on all fronts.