The entire NCLB boondoggle is unconstitutional and outrageous. (The only reason I don't totally spit on it is that the NEA hates it :-).
But putting that aside, briefly, do you think military recruiters shouldn't be allowed to go to high schools to promote joining the service as an option for graduates?
posted on 07/02/2005 6:21:48 AM PDT
("I am saying that the government's complicity is dishonest and disingenuous." ~NCSteve)
See my response on #25. I have no problem with military recruiters speaking at schools very briefly. But according to the Act this requires the school to turn over information such as address, phone #, etc so the recruiter would be able to approach the child off school property unsolicited.
posted on 07/02/2005 6:30:55 AM PDT
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