Skip to comments.William Ayers a keynote speaker next month at the Association of Teacher Educators conference
Posted on 01/18/2013 3:13:57 PM PST by george76
The Association of Teacher Educators has recruited Chicago professor and former domestic terrorist William Ayers to speak at their the 2013 Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia which will be held next month.
William Ayers, a co-founder of the radical Weather Underground domestic terror group, was a key figure during the 2008 presidential campaign due to his Chicago ties to then-Senator Obama.
no specific mention of Ayers controversial background, describing him as the formerly Distinguished Professor of Education and Senior University Scholar at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
The online biography also lists several of Ayers books, including Fugitive Days, which chronicles his activities as a radical domestic terrorist in the 60s.
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That would be “indoctrination”. Not education. Too bad he wasn’t in the apartment with his girlfriend when someones joint hit the go button and blew themselves up. Then the radical left wing extremists could have had a statue built in his honor. (Which we could have p’d on.) I seem to remember something about “maybe having to kill 25 million” to set up his little utopia. Did the list of book include prairefire? If he were to judged by that he certainly wouldn’t be allowed to own firearms.
I can count to zero.
If this is not enough reason to ABOLISH all Government Schools, then what is?
And yet the pundits continue to promote government schools and tell us there is no political agenda in the education industry.
So many people do not know or remember Ayers bloody past.
Had is girlfriend and cohorts not blown themselves up he would have been a (in)famous mass-murder.
I would say the vast majority of people and espeically those 55 and younger - even lawyers and other professionals - do not know of his work or how his girlfriend at the time of her death died.
Good thing for the officers at Ft. Dix that their bomb making skills were lacking.
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