Should corporations be allowed to teach our children?

A choice quote from a National Education Association spokeswoman (Melinda Anderson) speaking about the MPAA's blatant attempts to sway children regarding copyright issues using prizes and freebies:

"We want to teach children to be thinking human beings. Not a parrot for some corporate agenda."

Amen sister.

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 8/13/2004 11:46  |    2


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stellaclover (Level 1 Rookie) @ 4/17/2018 23:55

In numerous nations and states, there are no laws or necessities for self-teaching. Yet, in the event that they exist, they should be taken after to the best of the guardians' capacity. On the off chance that the buy custom paper says that understudies need to know perusing, composing, and math, they should educate those. In the event that the law says that understudies need to know logical speculations, including development, they should instruct those.

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