Monday, December 1, 2008

Students lie, cheat, steal, but say they're good

The following report appeared on It is no wonder dishonesty and lack of remorse is on the rise. Students spend 12 years (14 years if you count kindergarten and preschool) with teachers and educrats who refuse to be accountable for the job for which they are paid. Further in New Hampshire our legislators have said, "The duty to provide the opportunity for an adequate education does not make the school a guarantor of educational performance, which is based on many factors outside the school's control," the draft says. "The school is only required to provide the opportunity for an adequate education."

The Unions also spend numerous hours conniving school boards into obscene contracts that pay teachers larger sums of money with less and less work with each new contract.

Students lie,. cheat, steal, but say they're good
Sunday, November 30, 2008
By DAVID CRARY, AP National Writer

In the past year, 30 percent of U.S. high school students have stolen from a store and 64 percent have cheated on a test, according to a new, large-scale survey suggesting that Americans are too apathetic about ethical standards.

To view the rest of the report go to or view the report at The Josephson Institute.

1 comment:

Humble wife said...

I read this to my husband. And then we both once again were thankful that we have homeschooled all our children. If you wonder how that relates...feel free to visit our farm via the internet of course:)