Thursday, November 09, 2006

Gay history month in city schools seen part of trend

I know how I missed this one...the elections! That took this right off the radar. But I'm already familiar with their "game plan"--GLSEN. And btw...DO NOT turn a blind eye to this group! Either group. They do have $$ and NEA is quite strong!

The surprise addition of Gay and Lesbian History Month to the Philadelphia public school system’s October calendar has caused concern among local parents, and may be a harbinger of things to come.

DUH! They've "been coming"!


Some of the fuel behind the movement is coming from what many believe is an overly cozy alliance between the National Education Association (NEA) and gay activist organizations, such as the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), the nation’s leading pro-homosexuality education group. “GLSEN is very closely aligned with the Gay-Lesbian caucus inside the NEA,” said Jeralee Smith, a California school teacher and the outgoing chair of the NEA’s Ex-Gay Educators Caucus.

“When the NEA’s Gay Lesbian Caucus started, I’m sure they wanted to see a gay president in charge of the NEA,” Smith said. “Well, that happened when Bob Chase became president. Chase was outed as a gay man by the Washington Blade around the end of his term as NEA president. “It was during Bob Chase’s presidency that the Sexual Orientation Task Force was initiated, giving a whole arm of NEA leadership to gay-lesbian-bisexual-transgender (GLBT) causes,” Smith said. “In 2002, a 60-page document detailing NEA’s support of GLBT causes was adopted by the NEA executive committee, and handed to NEA delegates as a report which, technically, didn’t even require a vote.”

Student Newsletter-"Speak-Up"

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Info and group formed to counteract the efforts of NEA - Paycheck Protection Project and a service of the Evergreen Freedom Foundation, a non-profit public policy organization.

***A wealth of information on NEA & Homosexuality Agenda!***

Another interesting website too-Education Intelligence Agency-EIA - About EIA

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