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Common Core/Islamic Takeover - Hillsborough school leaders want to monitor religious groups without discouraging volunteers

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 DarkKnightNomeD    2,152

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Parents, Students, Community Leaders and Hillsborough County School Board !!!!_WAKE UP_!!!!....

CORE a/k/a Common Core a/k/a Florida Standards Florida Received Race to the Top Funding....

Quote from Article, "Two years prior to the Obama administration’s Race to the Top initiative, in 2007, the FBI uncovered documents revealing the goals of the Muslim Brotherhood, and its subsidiary organizations like CAIR, planned to indoctrinate American K-12 students by teaching Islam."

READ IT FOR YOURSELF: Common Core ties to Libya, Qatar, Saudi Arabia - Link: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/apr/7/bethany-blankley-parents-must-reject-common-core-i/?page=all

In case the article goes missing it is posted at the bottom of this website: http://www.COREcougars.com

QUESTION: When Does the Hillsborough County School Board go back to Educating Children, STOP High Stakes Testing and END COMMON CORE Teachings "Islamic Indoctrination" which has been PROVEN it is DUMBING Children Down?

Common core is ILLEGAL and here is your proof along with some other very disheartening information http://corecougars.weebly.com/what-can-you-do.html


Hillsborough school leaders want to monitor religious groups without discouraging volunteers



TAMPA — The Hillsborough County School Board cautioned against letting complaints about the role of faith-based groups in schools discourage volunteers from helping children.

"We cannot do it alone," member Susan Valdes said, thanking the adults who help her run a yearly back-to-school fair even though the discussion was about faith-based organizations.

It was the first time the issue was discussed publicly, despite questions and complaints from civil rights organizations.

On Tuesday, everyone from superintendent Jeff Eakins to the board stressed the importance of school volunteers, who often come from churches.

MaryLou Whaley, the district's director of parent and community involvement, estimated the value of volunteer contributions at $20 million a year.

Member Melissa Snively warned about having "a knee-jerk reaction" to recent controversies and overregulating volunteer services.

Chairwoman April Griffin, who raised the issue, said she too appreciates volunteers. But "our children need to receive their religion at home. Period."

Eakins has recently met with the American Civil Liberties Union, the Jewish Community Relations Council and other groups to discuss the role of Idlewild Baptist Church and organizations that support Christian student clubs, including Young Life and First Priority.

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