December 11, 2011
very interested what history and government teachers have for their
baseline curriculum in teaching about the middle east.
for example , in the Palestinian / israelian conflict are the viewpoint s ,
and historical information accurate ? ( transparency in teaching) want to know
what tax payers are getting for their money. (re- student syllabus online)
the students become informed and aware, of political events shaping the world ,
and influencing their form of government. are scholarships , and other available
funds for student education balanced or leaning to ; visit Israel for course
credits for college - translation - 'learn z party line'
define: "academic bribery "influence in academic discourse for financial or sociopolitical gain ,( financial or social of any type). earn a degree or PHD sponsered by Israeli and teach the party line. bogus / but real enough examples - contem. history, sociology , political science of the middle east.
now, if I remember correctly ,because of academic specialization , unless you are specific to pal/ israelian,middle east studies. the content is glossed over. -not covered sufficiently ,however , given the amount of money and blood lost defending Israeli .the subject matter should be covered extensively. and , in detail. content , could be 'weighted' for geopolitical importance.
is this indicative of what's happening in the early educational experience.
junior high and high school, fresh - soph college.?
I read a teacher was denied tenure , after appeals , because of her views
concerning the middle east. apprently ] I think this is a insult to academic freedom.
my new book - " academic bribery and implementing the israelian agenda "is on sale at the finer truck stops in America . 15% of profits will be donated to
a zero profit organization that improves the medical needs of the Palestinian people.