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Unsustainability Studies Week at College Insurrection

Unsustainability Studies Week at College Insurrection

Unsustainable:

Zionist Entity-Loving Neo-Colonialist Israel Lobbyists:

They didn’t see it coming:

Is it me, or do we seem to get one of these just about every week?

Interesting, because it takes Common Core much longer to destroy students:

(Don’t tell anyone I asked, but seriously, What is a related subtraction sentence?)

Equal discipline for unequal disciplinary problems is the civil rights issue of our time:

So?

That’s why they’re called Frats:

Hillary ’16:

When he shows us his transcript, then he can talk about college ratings:

No honor among thieves:

7 years of college down the drain:

Dumb Dumb, but not dum dums:

Not a team player:

Don’t question authority:

That should work:

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Comments

MouseTheLuckyDog | January 18, 2014 at 9:47 am

I have to wonder what the scary graph looks like when you restrict the students to those in a certain disciple.

For example law, science, engineering, business.

Midwest Rhino | January 18, 2014 at 9:52 am

Common Core … another program like Obamacare, jammed through with glorious lies and bribes, with the true intent of more statist control of the most important parts of our lives, more monopoly powers to public unions.

Obamacare
Common core
IRS muzzling the Tea Party
Holder and labor board assault on right to work states

These are enemy actions from within … assaults against the majority, using bold lies and abuse of power.

9thDistrictNeighbor | January 18, 2014 at 11:14 am

A related subtraction sentence is a couple of things. Most simply it’s an equation that shows the opposite of addition (2+3=5; 5-2=3). The common core reality is two-fold. Math has been officially designated as “scary,” so you can’t use traditional mathematics terms like “equation”. Also, because math is scary, and so parents can be bamboozled into thinking, as Arnie Duncan says, that their kids are really brilliant and their public school district is the stellar institution for which they’ve been shelling out tax dollars, calling a math equation a sentence proves that their child’s curriculum is “integrated” with English. If you’ve also seen any of the word problems flaring around the internet, integration of math with Social Studies means they can insert a lot of drivel under the guise of making math “relevant.”

Here is my math sentence.

If a stated 14 million illegal immigrants, is underestimated by 100 percent, how many illegal aliens are really present?

If each illegal alien is allowed to bring to America, 12 low income cousins, how many years before traditional America can never again elect a conservative?

For common core, a correct number would not be needed to get credit, just a sentence demonstrating that transforming Western values is good, and any that resist full amnesty are racist bigots.

Or is that too cynical? 🙂

    9thDistrictNeighbor in reply to Midwest Rhino. | January 18, 2014 at 1:33 pm

    Just did a quick web search for an example common core math word problem involving percent. I didn’t try to skew the question at all…just looking for an actual example.

    Actual, randomly-generated 6th-grade word problem:

    “In hopes of encouraging healthier snacks at school, Dalton brought in a tray of carrot sticks and apple slices to share. The tray had a total of 80 snacks, of which 30% were carrot sticks. How many carrot sticks did Dalton bring?”

    Your math problem is not too cynical; however, it is too difficult for the common core.

Henry Hawkins | January 18, 2014 at 2:46 pm

To get rid of Common Core, get rid of the federal money states receive for ‘voluntarily’ accepting Common Core.

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