COMMON CORE: New York High School Assignment, Why "Jews Are Evil"

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Students in an Albany, NY high school were asked to write an essay explaining why "Jews are evil", as part of an English writing assignment. Fully one-third of the students refused to complete the assignment, so offensive was the concept, and the teacher has been put on leave and faces disciplinary action (Not fired?).
Once again, we discover that one of our public schools is going way beyond the pale in one of their assignments to our youth.  This latest outrage comes courtesy of the Federal Government's latest assault on students, the Common Core federally coerced national curriculum, which is driven by UNESCO and Agenda 21, both international movements pushing for the implementation of One-World Government.
The teacher in the Albany school proposed this "exercise" to the students.
"You need to pretend that I am a member of the government in Nazi Germany, and you are being challenged to consider that you are loyal to the Nazis by writing an essay convincing me that Jews are evil and the source of our problems."
Supposedly, this little exercise is meant to cause students to think outside of the box.  I can think of a lot of ways to accomplish that without students being forced to see things through the eyes of the Nazi's, and then come up with arguments to morally justify mass murder.
But this is only one in a series of incidents in which students are tasked with anti-American, anti-Semitic, and pro-Marxist/Socialist assignments.  Each time it is reported as "outrageous", but at what point does it cease to be merely outrageous, and begin to sink in with the American public, that these seemingly unconnected things are more common than we realize, and that it is happening every day in schools across the nation?
In Texas it was discovered that an assignment from the controversial CScope curriculum taught fifth graders that the U.S. was to blame for 9/11.  Also out of Texas and CScope was an assignment having 6th graders design a flag for a new socialist nation.
Fortunately there is heavy backlash against CScope in Texas as parents and others find out more and more about its anti-American curriculum.
However, Common Core curriculum has only recently been exposed for its leftist , anti-American curriculum, which is only a small part of the controversy surrounding it.  The first red flag that went up is the Obama Administration's bypassing of Congress and State Legislatures to bribe Governors with No Child Left Behind Waivers, stimulus money, and the withholding of Title I funds, to adopt the program for their states.  The governors were given a very limited amount of time to sign on, or they would lose them.  Oh, and by the way, governors were to make this decision sight unseen, as the curricula standards and assessment tests were not provided.
Common Core has as part of its implementation a K-12 data collection of every student.  This does NOT just track grades, attendance, etc.  It includes the collection of Biometrics (DNA, fingerprints, iris patterns), parents income, whether there are firearms in the home (and how many), medical records and data, what organizations the child and their family belong to (Tea Party?), and a slew of other data that have absolutely nothing to do with education.  All of this information will be kept in a federal government administered centralized database.  (For more comprehensive information on Common Core,  click here)
As appalling as this incident in New York is, it is only the symptom of a much larger agenda going on in our school districts nationwide, right under our noses, with virtually no advertisement by the media, the educational system, or the government.  This alone should raise a red flag for every American. If it's so great, why are they not shouting it from the rooftops, but instead are implementing it under the cover of darkness?

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