The ‘nationalism education’ plan that is being pushed by Texas Education Agency is one of the worst ideas that Texas has ever had.
The ‘Nationalist Education Program’ would allow teachers to indoctrinate their students about their heritage, religion, culture, heritage and heritage history, in order to create a nationalistic, nationalist mindset.
The school districts would then be told that it is okay to allow students to go on nationalistic trips and activities.
This is one more example of how Texas is trying to impose its ‘national’ agenda on its public schools.
The Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF), which is an anti-government group that is heavily funded by Koch Industries, is a front group for the Koch brothers.
TPPF is pushing this nationalistic agenda through the National Center for Science Education (NCSE), an organization that is backed by the Kochs.
The TPPF also is pushing for a national charter school to be created in Texas.
This has led to a nationwide debate about the best way to promote education, and it has created a new movement that is calling for an end to the “nationalist” education program.
The ‘Nationalism Education Program’: The ‘nationalistic education’ concept is being promoted by the Texas Education agency.
The program is called “Nationalist Academies for Learning.”
They are also calling for teachers to be allowed to allow their students to be taught about their own heritage, and even about the “history of the United States,” to create an understanding of the US as the land of freedom and justice.
The goal of the ‘Nationalists Academies’ is to help “educate” Texas teachers about their American heritage, while teaching students about “the history of the USA” to “create an American identity.”
This nationalistic educational program is the culmination of years of pressure from the Koch Brothers, and their allies, the Koch Industries Foundation (KGH), and other foundations.
The Texas education agency, the Texas Board of Education, is being pressured by the political and corporate interests of the Koch family.
They are being told that they have to implement this “nationalistic” agenda because it is against the “constitutional separation of church and state” and that it “could jeopardize school safety.”
They should not be allowed in Texas schools, even though the state is under a federal investigation.
As a result of these threats, more than 700,000 teachers have resigned their positions in Texas, according to the AP.
It is the Koch-funded ‘National Academies program’ that has the Koch Foundation funding.
These “nationalists” are the same people who are pushing for the creation of charter schools, which are supposed to be an alternative to public schools, in which children are allowed to “learn from their peers,” but are not allowed to be indoctrinated with the “values of the right.”
In Texas, teachers are being given permission to go to “national academies” for the purpose of indoctrinating their students, as they are being encouraged to do by the ‘Texas Schools Alliance,’ a Koch-backed, anti-public education organization.
“National Acadias for Learning” is a Koch funded group that promotes this “Nationalism” agenda.
What makes this a “national problem” is that the ‘NATIONALISM’ program has been used in the past in other states as well, such as Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, and Texas.
In 2015, a federal lawsuit was filed against Texas for allowing the creation and operation of “nationalism academies.”
The lawsuit was brought by Texas teachers and other citizens who say the program violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, and is also illegal under the First and Fourteenth Amendments of the Constitution.
A group of teachers who are not part of the “National Academics for Learning,” which is funded by the “Texas Schools Association,” filed a lawsuit against the Texas School Board for allegedly violating the Establishment and Free Speech clauses of the Texas Constitution, as well as the First, Fourteenth and Fourth Amendments of both the U,S.
and Texas Constitutions.
The teachers said that “national education” was being used to indoctrination, as if they were teaching a lesson in the “understanding of the country.”
What are the schools doing?
The first nationalist “national school” in Texas was established in 2013.
The National Center on Education Policy, which is a part of TPPF, is the parent organization of the Center for American Progress, which has a close relationship with the Koch Foundations.
During the Obama administration, the “NATIONAL” school was the focus of a series of investigations by the U’s Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights.
The Office of Student Success was established by the Obama Administration to investigate how the Obama Administrations “National Schools” were