Thursday, September 20, 2007

Mexican curriculum in Oregon schools stirs debate

he slow motion unification of North America marches forward... This is so crazy its beyond words. Now in Oregon, they're aligning their educational program for Spanish-speaking immigrants with the Mexican government?? Are you kidding me?

By the way... as of today, the Wikipedia article on the North American Union, which was deleted and locked, still remains so. Why is that? Why do some out there do not want this issue discussed?

From the article:

Some Oregon high schools are adopting Mexico's public school curriculum to help educate Spanish-speaking students with textbooks, an online Web site, DVDs and CDs provided free by Mexico to teach math, science and even U.S. history.

The Oregon Department of Education and Mexico's Secretariat of Public Education are discussing aligning their curricula so courses will be valid in both countries.

(more here)

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