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4LAKids - some of the news that doesn't fit 9-15-14

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Competition for National Civics Program - Year 2014 (CA Dept of Education)

Competition for National Civics Program - Year 2014 (CA Dept of Education):



State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Announces Competition for National Civics Program




SACRAMENTO—State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced today that high school principals have until October 1, 2014 to nominate students for the prestigious United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP), which sends students to Washington, D.C. to learn about the federal government.
"Civics education helps students become engaged citizens and critical thinkers who can solve difficult problems," Torlakson said. "These are important skills that will help students in college and throughout their lives."
The California Department of Education (CDE) coordinates the competition in California. Students must be nominated by their high school principal to participate and they have to be juniors or seniors currently enrolled in any California public or private secondary school. In addition, they have to be serving in an elected or appointed capacity in student government or a civic or educational organization.
Torlakson will select four finalists, including two delegates, a first alternate, and a second alternate. The two delegates will participate in an intensive study of the federal government as guests of the U.S. Senate from March 7–14, 2015, in Washington, D.C. The Hearst Foundation, which sponsors the program, will pay all expenses for the delegates, including transportation, hotel, and meals. In addition, each of the delegates will receive a $5,000 college scholarship from the Foundation. Alternates attend the events only if the delegates are unable to participate. The two delegates and two alternates will be introduced at the State Board of Education meeting in Sacramento next January.
Torlakson, as part of his Civic Education Initiative, teamed up with California Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye last year to convene a California Task Force on K-12 Civic Learning. Last month the task force produced a report, Revitalizing K–12 Civic Learning in California: A Blueprint for Action (PDF; 2MB), which highlights the importance of teaching students civics skills so they can become informed and engaged community members who help keep our democracy vital.
For more information on the nomination process, go to CDE's United States Senate Youth Program Web page or contact David Carriker in the Office of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction at 916-319-0173 or dcarriker@cde.ca.gov.
Hard copies of the application are available upon request. The completed application packet must contain an original and one copy of the California Student Application, California Qualifying Examination, and an unofficial student transcript. The packet must be mailed to the California Department of Education, 1430 N Street, Suite 5602, Sacramento, CA 95814-5901, and must be postmarked before Wednesday, October 1, 2014.
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Tom Torlakson — State Superintendent of Public Instruction

#Stopcommoncore Grassroots Effort Destroys ‘Misinformed’ Common Core PR Video | Missouri Education Watchdog

#Stopcommoncore Grassroots Effort Destroys ‘Misinformed’ Common Core PR Video | Missouri Education Watchdog:



#Stopcommoncore Grassroots Effort Destroys ‘Misinformed’ Common Core PR Video

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A textbook example of #CommonCorePRFail

How’s that revamped PR campaign to make the Common Core more palatable to parents and taxpayers compelled to pay for education reform directed/developed by private non-governmental organizations who have no accountability to those parents and/or taxpayers going?
It’s off to a bumpy start for the education reformers.  The first casualty of the ‘warmer, more emotional’ Common Core PR campaign is the video from Six One Seven Studios and ‘Grandad Learns About the Common Core’.  It caused quite a firestorm on many blogs as portraying an elderly veteran as not very smart on Common Core issues.  It didn’t deal with any facts about the Initiative, rather, it sought to dismiss concerns of the grandfather by the teacher that Bill Gates was not going to determine what his grandson read.   It was up to the teacher and the student to determine reading materials.  That’s the video’s message (other than the fact that the grandfather is portrayed in an extremely unflattering light) in a nutshell:  Bill Gates is NOT the boogeyman.
Don’t try to access the video now.  This is what you will see:
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Thanks to reader Sandra Smith who commented on our original article about the video and let us know how grassroots efforts caused the video to be pulled:
Sandra M Smith
September 14, 2014 at 2:08 pm 
Completely offensive. A big part of CC is turning kids against their dumb, misinformed parents. That way they will completely buy into what the schools tell them and ignore what their parents tell them. This smacks of communism, and yes I am a liberal making this statement.
The silver lining is that public opposition is getting to them if they feel the need to produce videos like this. Keep it up people. Make your voices heard! It’s the only way to save our education system. Silence = compliance. Our kids need us to stand up for them NOW.



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James Baldwin said it best: 

"For these are all our children, and we will profit by or pay for whatever they become."


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