So, I just heard about this speech that will addressed to our nation's school children on Tuesday. Did you hear about this?
This article was the first one that caught my eye when I googled it.
But a line from this article got me. Here's the line:
"Reached Wednesday, Greer said that if the speech is simply a feel-good message about the importance of education, he doesn't object to that. But he said he doesn't trust Obama to stick to those points and said the president should not address children unless parents can review the speech ahead of time."
Um, do parents review everything said to their children ahead of time? Since when do parents get that privilege? It's a valid concern, but....what is the health teacher saying to your kids? What is your child's history teacher saying to them? How can you entrust your kids to public school and then want to see what is going to be said to them ahead of time?
It doesn't work like that.