I learned about H.R. 5 “The Student Success Act” on Saturday night and posted what I knew, but I’ve since learned more. I only have time today to post about the most vital of these things:
This bill will mean, in some of the United States, that the government will be in your home, enforcing neutral (nonreligious) teachings.
Home schools are defined as private schools in many states (check here to see how your state defines it). If your state defines home schools as private schools, then if H.R. 5 passes into law this week, you will have a government official assigned to monitor your home and enforce regulations. The regulations (see page 79-86) mandate “secular, neutral, nonideological” mentoring, computer technologies, and one-on-one counseling, etc.
On page 79, the Student Success Act declares as illegal: religious computer technologies, counseling, one-on-one mentoring or school equipment– in private schools, which in many states includes home schools.
On pages 80-86, it declares that a government appointed “ombudsman” will go into private schools to enforce and monitor the requirements.
“The State educational agency shall designate an ombudsman to monitor and enforce the requirements.”
Does America want forced government representatives into homes to enforce nonreligiosity in “one on one mentoring” of children? This type of government intrusion and personal monitoring even in the home already exists in other places;
such as in Scotland, for example. The Student Success Act has marketed itself as “reducing the federal footprint” but in reality, the state is being used to harmonically execute the federal government’s ever-heavier intrusions.
Even the Redcoats weren’t doing that to the American colonists who wrote their grievances in the Declaration of Independence.
The British were quartering soldiers in the Americans’ homes, but they weren’t monitoring what they taught their children, and making sure it was nonreligious.
Will you take a stand or not?
Please read all you can about HR5 and then act TODAY to stop this terrible bill which is to be voted on in D.C. tomorrow.
We must fight it in America. Call your D.C. representatives today and ask them to vote no on H.R. 5, the “Student Success Act”.