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On the Board of Education Agenda for the October 27, 2021 is a discussion for a highschool course on Black and African American Studies. To find out more about what was being considered I went back and listened to the October 13, 2021 Curriculum and Instruction committee meeting.  There I found the description for the proposed course:
Informed Choice Maryland covered the following topics in our Fall 2021 Webinar - Mandates, Exemptions, and Data: Navigating the Challenges Ahead

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Will Frederick County Public Schools Offer A Course in Black History...

On the Board of Education Agenda for the October 27, 2021 is a discussion for a highschool course on Black and African American Studies. To find out more about what was being considered I went back and listened to the October 13, 2021 Curriculum and Instruction committee meeting.  There I found the description for the proposed course:

WE ARE AT THE TIPPING POINT

e tipping point–and that is terrible news for Democrats. A majority of our citizens no longer believe the battle is between Democrats and Republicans. They believe it is Democrats versus America, and that is a game changer.

An Urban Organizer Wants ‘Race off the Table’

At first glance, Robert Woodson and I seem to have nothing in common. He grew up in a segregated black Philadelphia neighborhood; I was reared in affluent Palo Alto, Calif. I finished college in 2015; at 84, Mr. Woodson is preparing to retire as president of an organization he founded in 1981, before I was born.

Mandates, Exemptions and Data: Navigating the Challenges Ahead

Informed Choice Maryland covered the following topics in our Fall 2021 Webinar - Mandates, Exemptions, and Data: Navigating the Challenges Ahead

Response to the Maryland Board of Elections Rumor Control

The Maryland State Board of Election recently claimed it was only a rumor that the 2020 votes for the Democratic Presidential candidate in Anne Arundel, Carroll, Frederick and Harford Counties were an anomaly, despite the 34.0% increase in votes in Harford County, 34.6% increase in Anne Arundel County, 37.2% increase in Carroll County and 37.4% increase in Frederick County, with these results directly sourced from BOE’s own data and validated by multiple elected officials and BOE personnel.  The Board of Elections stated it was not an anomaly, despite these increases being 16x to 50x higher than the last four elections.

Virginia Judge Hands Victory to Parents, Sides Against Prosecutor on School...

A Virginia-based parent group attempting to oust five Loudoun County School Board members was given a small win after a Loudoun County Circuit Court judge ruled Tuesday in favor of the organization’s recall petition against a board member who sought to dismiss it.

The Uncomfortable Conversations Frederick County Public Schools Doesn’t Want to Have

It’s time to start “Fact Checking” Frederick County Public Schools. They have gotten away with decades of misinformation and propagandizing the county’s children for what purpose? What happens to societies where its young people are starved of truth and justice while being fed a hefty portion of politicized misinformation and manipulated facts?

US had highest murder increase ‘in modern history’ amid police defunding,...

The U.S. experienced the highest murder rate increase “in modern history” last year amid widespread police defunding, Black Lives Matter riots, and crippling lockdown orders, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

Growing Global Energy Crisis Will Compound ‘Everything Shortage’

This is going to be one tough winter.  On top of everything else we are facing, a very alarming energy crisis is rapidly growing all over the world.  Supplies of natural gas and coal are getting tighter by the day, and this is dramatically affecting manufacturing in major exporters such as China.  

Archaeologists Uncover Possible Remnants of America’s Oldest Black Church

Archaeologists may have found remnants in Williamsburg, Va. of what could be one of America’s oldest Black churches.
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WE ARE AT THE TIPPING POINT

e tipping point–and that is terrible news for Democrats. A majority of our citizens no longer believe the battle is between Democrats and Republicans. They believe it is Democrats versus America, and that is a game changer.

Mandates, Exemptions and Data: Navigating the Challenges Ahead

Informed Choice Maryland covered the following topics in our Fall 2021 Webinar - Mandates, Exemptions, and Data: Navigating the Challenges Ahead

Growing Global Energy Crisis Will Compound ‘Everything Shortage’

This is going to be one tough winter.  On top of everything else we are facing, a very alarming energy crisis is rapidly growing all over the world.  Supplies of natural gas and coal are getting tighter by the day, and this is dramatically affecting manufacturing in major exporters such as China.