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Jun 29, 2022·edited Jun 29, 2022Liked by Lisa Logan

According to Title 20, "No provision of any applicable program shall be construed to authorize any department, agency, officer, or employee of the United States to exercise any direction, supervision, or control over the curriculum, program of instruction, administration, or personnel of any educational institution, school, or school system, or over the selection of library resources, textbooks, or other printed or published instructional materials by any educational institution or school system, or to require the assignment or transportation of students or teachers in order to overcome racial imbalance."

If you check the Notes section, you'll find a list of Amendments, included Executive Order No. 13791, which further emphasizes that funding does not constitute the ability to control curriculum.

https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/20/1232a

I'm not saying they won't try to do this, and I'm glad Lisa Logan has laid out their gameplan. But the fact that the Left will attempt to take over the private school system is a guarantee. They've already taken over quite a bit of it with NAIS.

We just have to stop them.

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I’ve been a school choice advocate for years.

I’m thrilled for AZ. I’ve followed a lot of people who are on the ground working to get school choice for kids, especially urban districts, but never heard of some of the concerns you raise.

I’m sure the ideology is seeping into private schools. However, parents are private schools wield the power, not the union. Parents will stomp out indoctrination- or take their money elsewhere.

Great read.

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I'm thankful AZ has passed School Choice. and I'm thankful that Ms. Logan has given us a heads up on what to be prepared for from the NWO Globalists.

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Yes there are things to be leery of in terms school choice, but I don't think that translates into "the enemy has a counterstrategy so we shouldn't do this at all". Even if government manages to influence private schools (as most likely they will somehow), at least there is some mechanism for accountability to improve actual education levels and a way for students to flee the violent hell holes where they learn nothing.

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