audio. scroll down to where it talks about a recorded call and access numbers.
Sorry. When I first wrote the blog, the only thing there was the audio. Now you have to rapeally look for it by scrolling down. http://www.cwfa.org/resources-new-ap-anti-u-s-history-curriculum-framework/
David Coleman headed up the rewriting of standards for the preschool-12 students, known as Common Core. He then infiltrated the College Board. By 2012, he had finished heading up the rewriting of the standards for the content of the A.P. U.S. History test by the College Board.
In 2015, the A.P. U.S. History test will be testing to make sure the kid knows how crappy and horrible the United States is. I just found out about the new test standards dor this test, last night on a conference call for the nation.
I suggest taking this recording and making note if everything they are removing. I suggest getting evidence, historical documents, interviews, good books, video and the like, about these things. Then I suggest educating everyone around us, especially the youth and children, about these things. These are the things the NWO is worried about our kids knowing. Thewe are the things we should make sure our kids know.
Please listen to this recorded conference call. Instructions for calling in to hear the recorded phone call about new A.P. History test standards are here. This is a recorded conference call with commentary from an expert U.S. Historian and expert A.P. U.S. History Teacher: [The New A.P. “Anti-U.S.” History Curriculum]
You will not believe what they are leaving out, and how they have treated the Founding Fathers of our nation in these standards!
In an ELA test question, a teacher once asked for evidence of the holocaust, and worded it to make it seem that since there is no real evidence of this today, it really did not happen. Please make sure your kids are armed with as much evidence as you can give them about U.S. History as you know it. We had best get armed with it, before they burn or shred it! (Fahrenheit 451)
Read this also. United States History: What to cover in our Homeschool