From: Daniel R. Robison
To: Francis Gibson, Lowry Snow, Patrice Arent, Richard Cunningham, Steve Eliason, Greg Hughes, Brad Last, David Lifferth, Daniel McCay, Carol Moss, Jim Nielson, Val Peterson, Marie Poulson, Kraig Powell, Dean Sanpei, Keven John Stratton,
Subject: PLEASE OPPOSE HB 96 BY STOPPING IT IN COMMITTEE.
Date: Thu Feb 06 22:08:07 MST 2014
Body:
We do not need cradle to grave oversight on our Children, either in our schools or in our homes.  The following language merely lends itself to the camel sticking its nose in the Tent:


             84           (4) "Eligible LEA" means an LEA that has a data system capacity to collect
             85       longitudinal academic outcome data, including special education use by student, by identifying
             86       each student with a statewide unique student identifier.
 

PLEASE OPPOSE HB 96 BY STOPPING IT IN COMMITTEE.  "High quality early learning for children" is Code for what the Former East German regime, modern communism, and other oppressive countries have enacted.  Early identification is not what we want.  We also don't want early education.  The data clearly shows that early education and tracking stifles creativity, security, independence and overall education.  Common Core was a mistake, and HB 96 definitely invites the camel further into the Tent.

THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF FAMILY RIGHTS AND VALUES.

Dan


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