She just wants an unbiased education. Rhinebeck student Michelle Dewkett explains on Fox & Friends that there is way too much bias in the curriculum, and she wants it balanced. Is that fair?
Student seeks balance in teaching of controversial topics
“My friend and I want to start a club for young conservatives in Rhinebeck,” she said. “Right now, though, when someone wants to talk about these things, there are a lot of students that really don’t want to hear them.”
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A program to help concerned citizens, environmental advocates and municipal officials work effectively with their local governmental bodies in addressing climate change will be held on October 20th at 7pm at Ulster BOCES in New Paltz. The League of Women Voters of the Mid-Hudson Region is partnering with The Nature Conservancy, Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Sustainable Hudson Valley, and others to present this informational forum.
Participants in The Nature Conservancy’s Rising Waters Project will explain what is (or will be) happening here in our region as climate change continues. Other speakers will talk about cost-effective ways to work with local officials to address climate change right now as well as in the long-term. They will also discuss employment and economic development opportunities applicable to the mid-Hudson region that the climate change crisis presents.
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