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    Los Angeles Unified School District - Pro Amnesty agenda

    Why isnít the media covering the Los Angeles Unified Special Program today (May 1st) which is using classroom time to encourage students to write pro amnesty letters to elected officials? Why should tax payer funds and time be used for this politically correct one sided approach to the immigration issue? And why isnít it being covered by the Media?
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    WHAT!!!!!!!

    I think people should be calling the school district and the school having a fit!

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    Re: Los Angeles Unified School District - Pro Amnesty agenda

    Quote Originally Posted by CreativeEdge
    Why isnít the media covering the Los Angeles Unified Special Program today (May 1st) which is using classroom time to encourage students to write pro amnesty letters to elected officials? Why should tax payer funds and time be used for this politically correct one sided approach to the immigration issue? And why isnít it being covered by the Media?

    Los Angeles
    Unbelievable, well no it's not, but people should be outraged. Do you have the districts number?
    Schools get funding based on the number of students they have in their classrooms, more students more funding. And since anyone under the age of 16 is REQUIRED to be in school if they are in this country, regardless of legal status, then of course this is the goal of the school district.
    Tell me that our schools are not indoctrinating the young?

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