CSCOPE Teaches Kids To Lie To Parents

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CSCOPE Instructions for Manipulating ParentsWorst CSCOPE Lesson

Following is a section of a CSCOPE lessons that teaches kids how to use propaganda. The content of the roll playing script for the teachers is puts the teacher on the students side. The bad guys are parents as well as the principal and even the state board of education. Students have just finished a very unstructured activity in which students move around the room and even outdoors. Now they are back in class and news of how the class is to be restructured because of parent complaints. Be sure to get the picture that kids have been learning how our politicians mislead, lie, and stretch the truth with what is called political propaganda.

Now that the scene has been set, it is time to drop the bomb that they will have to use textbooks from now own because of parent complaints. This is what is called the Delphi Method, which is a method of  presenting a situation in such a way that you control the response of the group.

What is most disturbing is that CSCOPE is using manipulating the thoughts of minors to support their own anti-book program. To make it more real to the kids, they throw in examples, such as manipulating parents when they want to go somewhere. Manipulating parents when they have a bad report card grade.

BOOTS ON THE GROUND ACTION STEP 

Parents, no matter what I do. No matter how many senate education committee meetings and TV and radio announcements about CSCOPE, none of this is going to save your child. If you want something done immediately so your child has a chance of being educated instead of being indoctrinated, you have to stand up and take action.

1. Read each of the Boots on the Ground Action Steps. 

Make an appointment to speak with your superintendent. Go in a small group so that
you have witnesses of what is said. Record the meeting if possible. Many phones have this capability and it works well.

Ask the superintendent to show you the CSCOPE Propaganda lessons being taught in high school. This is a US Government lesson, Unit   Lesson ?.

This US Government lesson pits students against Parent and Authority.
When you send your children to public school, they enter a training camp. They are learning about propaganda techniques. Techniques to use against authority.

Pitting Students Against Parents and Authority

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  4. What grade and subject is this found in?

    • Highschool social studies. This lesson was presented to the senate education committee and
      It was changed by the CSCOPE directors.

      I am glad that kids will no longer be introduced to this information, but it doesn’t solve the problem
      just by corrected lessons that are identified as bad. The credibility of those in charge of the content
      of CSCOPE lessons is being investigated by the Texas Attorney General. Do you want your children
      to be taught lessons created by a group who started an illegal business called TESCCC? You cannot
      be sure that the lessons corrected today will not be changed to something unacceptable tomorrow.
      Parents should be able to trust what teachers are teaching–but they cannot. You know that CSCOPE
      has problems–why is your superintendent purchasing a questionable program?

  5. It’s hard for me to see typos on a website and not say something, especially when the content of the site is important and the misspellings lend themselves to lessening the credibility of that content. On this page: http://www.txcscopereview.com/2013/cscope-teaches-kids-to-lie-to-parents/ I notice two such typos that jumped out at me about halfway down the page along the right side, the large bold text. It should read, “This is PITTING (two Ts) students against their parents…” and the second one is in the very next paragraph, where it should read, “It is a DELPHI technique…” Not sure why this one was misspelled since it was spelled correctly the first time it was used at the top of the page. Spell check or another set of eyes can reduce the number of typos and increase the level of credibility. Just sayin’ 🙂

    • Thanks Kara,
      I do appreciate your comments–Please for now let your correction take care of the problem.
      Janice

  6. ashleypmo says:

    Please, oh please, for the love of all things holy, PLEASE find someone to edit your posts before you publish them. I can’t share this post because the many egregious errors decimate your credibility. You are writing an article pointing out the dangers of a specific educational philosophy/curriculum, and you write “is a CSCOPE lessons”. At first I thought perhaps that was a typo, but the mistakes continued.

    It’s “role playing”, not “roll playing”. You play a role, not a roll. Unless you are actually performing in a skit about baked goods.

    “The content of the roll playing script for the teachers is puts the teacher on the students side.” WHA? I can’t even deconstruct that sentence enough to critique it.

    “Manipulating parents when they have a bad report card grade.”– this isn’t a complete sentence.

    “Parents, no matter what I do.” Another fragment.

    I applaud your efforts to get the truth out about CSCOPE. But you can’t level criticism against an educational curriculum and expect to be taken seriously with writing like this. Please, find an editor.

    • Thank you so very much. Since I am the only one keeping up with this website,
      I hope that you are offering to volunteer your time to edit the materials before
      they are posted. I look forward to the help. Contact me at CSCOPEReview@gmail.com

      Sincerely,
      Janice

  7. Kimberly York says:

    I totally agree that the parents are being pushed out of the schools, they use to actively try to get parents involved now if you become involved you a problem parent. But it doesn’t just have to do with the curriculum. Last week there was a bomb scare at the school my child goes to during first period the school was evacuated two children were arrested, and not once did the school activate the alert system. As a parent I didn’t know the anything was going on in the school until after 2 pm when I read it on face book.

  8. I agree with this article but this should have been edited before posting. The article is about education with a suggestion as to how to improve education in America, yet it exemplifies a lack of education on the part of the author. Is the author also a product of America’s education system? There are multiple punctuation, grammer and sentence structure errors and the article is unpolished. A book titled “Whose Grammer Book Is This Anyway?” by C. Edward Good would be a good place for the author of this article to start; this book explains that “grammer actually helps us understand our own ideas, and refine them as we try to express them”. By the way, I’m not an educator nor do I want to claim that what I’m writing is perfect; I’m simply concerned about the education system in America because my children may need to go to school here. American education is not getting a good wrap in the international arena as well as at home apparently. American kids always test lower when compared to Russia, China and Germany. Perhaps we need to take Russian, Chinese or German text books MINUS the propaganda and politics and (correctly) translate them to US English and use that?