31JUL2022



Of the Omnipotence of our Society's Majority
Education Content, Coursework & Curricula
Government run, union staffed, board supervised
Distanced, masked & vaccinated classrooms
History of Pedagogical America, reliable informants
Origin & purpose, mandatory of our education law
Citizen Parents:  Your Children!  Your Vote!
Litigation to estop disclosure of the lesson plans
Participation in the social consciousness of race
Reform by whom, progress for whom, wherefore
Knowledge of Society & of the Individual who lives
Essential Truth as manifest in Personal Morality
We build our schools, thereafter they build us
Kindergarten, Watertown, Wisconsin, USA, 1856
Compulsory attendance, 519 the Bennet Law of '89
Herbert Spencer on the Citizen as Voluntary Outlaw
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Submitted by 1PoetUSA on July 31, 2022

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Scheme ABCDEFGHIJKALMNF
Closest metre Iambic heptameter
Characters 763
Words 113
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 16

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