Common Core teaches Constitution as ‘living document’

The lies liberals tell in common core are disgusting.
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One of the gifts of the Founding Fathers celebrated over the weekend across America was the Constitution, but what will the next generation of students learn about this document under the Common Core national education standards?

Not much, say critics of the standards being implemented in at least 41 states.

And what they do learn could fall into the category of “indoctrination,” rather than “education,” they say.

A prime example comes from the Student Achievement Partners’ sample lesson plan for 8th graders that teaches, as fact, that the Constitution is a “living document” that can “evolve” and be interpreted differently to fit the times.

The suggested reading comes from page 95 of Linda Monk’s “Words We Live By: Your Annotated Guide to the Constitution.” Students are asked to focus on the first three words of the Preamble to the Constitution, “We the people,” in which Monk infers that the founding document is a “living document,” a legal philosophy that forms the basis of judicial activism.



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