Considering that kids don't seem to be learning the three R's anymore, what do our tax dollars pay the teacher's unions to put into their heads? Other than white guilt and global warming, there's this:
A ninth grade history project at a high school in Pueblo was supposed to teach students about terrorism, but instead it outraged parents.
Gini Fischer says her daughter came home Thursday saying she had two minutes to come up with a plot for an act of terrorism.
Over 110 freshmen at Pueblo County High School were given the project.
Ever ready to accept responsibility — on someone else's behalf — educrats blamed the kids:
District 70 Superintendent Dr. Dan Lere said students may have misinterpreted the assignment.
He says if a student, "actually did illustrate an act of terrorism that they might commit, let's say against the school, we've expelled students for that."
The school district has decided to collect the assignment from students and destroy them.
Hopefully no students were expelled for doing their homework. Now kids, back to your government-issued coloring books:
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