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This Could Be One of the Biggest Common Core Stories Yet — and It Involves a Mom Being Suspended From Her Child’s School
 

 Apr. 4, 2014 10:29am   Mike Opelka   


A school in Sacramento, California, has suspended a mom over her stance against Common Core.

You read that correctly, the Mark Twain School in Sacramento has told the mother of a 12-year-old student that she has been suspended for two weeks. Police in Sacramento served the 14-day suspension to Katherine Duran in her home following a disagreement with the school over the soon-to-be enacted Common Core standards.



Duran’s son, Christopher, was not pleased when he learned of his mom’s suspension, telling the local KXTV, “I was outraged.”


The two week suspension was reportedly triggered after the officials charged that Katherine Duran was “disrupting the school.” When asked to clarify what Duran’s disruption was, Gabe Ross, a spokesperson for the school district, told the media, “It appears (she) went a little too far with regards to how she distributed information at school sites, distributing information to children directly.”



But according to Duran, she never distributed information to students on school grounds or to the children directly. The school district has even acknowledged that Ross’s statement was incorrect. See, Duran did not distribute the opt-out forms, her son did. And for that, she has been suspended.

“This is a method of teaching that’s untried, untested, unproven,” she told a reporter for News 10 in Sacramento.

The concerned mom signed an “opt-out” form and asked her son to take a few copies to school and hand them out to his friends to take home to their parents. The school’s principal then confiscates the forms. When Duran heard that the papers were taken away from her son, she visited the school and confronted principal Rosario Guillen. It was that meeting, according to the school, that triggered the police visiting the Duran home with the suspension order.



The principal of the Mark Twain School sent police with a chilling note that contained notice of the two-week “Withdrawal of Consent” as well as a threat of arrest should she violate the order. The letter also states that, “The District will seek reimbursement for attorney costs the courts may impose.”

Threat of arrest

TheBlaze has reached out to Ms. Duran, the school and the district offices for comment. Updates to the story will be posted when we get more information.

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014/04/04/moms-anti-common-core-stance-gets-her-suspended-from-sons-school-threatened-with-arrest/
« Last Edit: April 04, 2014, 01:51:51 PM by rangerrebew »
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“This is a method of teaching that’s untried, untested, unproven,” she told a reporter for News 10 in Sacramento.

No it's not; someone's been smoking too much of the roll-your-own nonsense on the internet.

BTW, how does one "suspend" a parent?

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No it's not; someone's been smoking too much of the roll-your-own nonsense on the internet.

BTW, how does one "suspend" a parent?


Only if the parent buys that nonsense.  I don't see how this is enforced, nor do I see a judge in any court upholding something as blatantly unconstitutional and unlawful as this is.

This is why you need to pay attention to who is elected to your local school board.


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Chieftan wrote above:
[[ This is why you need to pay attention to who is elected to your local school board. ]]

I would think in many (most?) cities in California -- as well as many cities in other states -- conservatives aren't really going to have much say about who gets elected to the local school boards. Their votes are going to be overwhelmed by the liberals and lefties.

And there's nothing one can do about it.
(Except: take the kids OUT of public schools, and school them privately, regardless of cost...)


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