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Illinois Teacher Faces Disciplinary Action for Informing Students of Constitutional Rights

Big10BB Wrote: May 28, 2013 4:31 PM
I agree with Thomas Hamilton. Until that time comes, I am paying out of pocket for said decent education apart from liberal indoctrination. That's how important it is. Can't afford it? Decide what is important in your life and prioritize your spending around that. That's why the parents at our school drive cars with rust on them. Will it really matter that my kids never got to go to Disney World when they are well adjusted, independent, productive, contributing members to society? No.

Informing Americans of their Constitutional rights is apparently verboten nowadays. On the heels of news that the IRS targeted groups attempting to educate Americans about the Constitution, a high school teacher in Illinois is facing disciplinary action due to informing students of their rights under the Fifth Amendment.

An Illinois Social Studies teacher faces disciplinary action for reminding his students of their Fifth Amendment rights when filling out a school survey on behavior, according to the Daily Herald.

John Dryden was collecting the surveys before class when he noticed the students' names were printed on them....