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Teacher Association President Spoke Live On 'Charles Morse Speaks'

Port Jefferson Station Teacher Association president Beth Dimino told Charles that Common Core and high-stake testings has to go.

Port Jefferson Station Teacher Association president, Beth Dimino, has been asked to be a guest on the Chuck Morse Radio Show to discuss her thoughts and feelings towards the Common Core Standards that have been placed on students, teachers, and districts.

Dimino is known as a person that is not afraid to say what she feels or shy away from the difficult topics as was seen at the New York State Commissioner John King's Ward Melville Common Core Forum

Click here to listen to the full interview. Dimino's segment begins around 51:51. 

Want to join in on the conversation? Tweet questions and comments using #pjcommoncore or post them in the comment section below.
Get Off My Lawn January 16, 2014 at 12:21 PM
Common Core is an integral part of UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development: globalization is the standardization of systems. Whether the system is law enforcement or land use or government, the standardization, harmonization, and integration of all international methods of management is essential for total control. Education is the flash point for embedding system acceptance in all sectors of the population. Standardized propaganda is developed for pre-kindergarten to post graduate school; this is what is meant by 'Life Long Learning.' Breaking down traditional methods of learning in order to re-socialize the populace is the goal. Obedient, dependent people who are constantly being propagandized will provide the 'human capital' to fully implement UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development. Regardless of the content of this nationalized and internationalized system of behavioral modification, the goal and outcome will be to fundamentally destroy the individual's rights.

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