HSI 625: Marxist Roots in Modern Public Schools – John Stamper

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This is an excerpt from John Stamper’s “Understanding the Public School Conflict” interview on the Schoolhouse Rocked Podcast. Watch or listen to the full conversation here.

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In this thought-provoking conversation from the Schoolhouse Rocked Podcast, Yvette Hampton welcomes John Stamper, author of Conflicted: Pulling Back the Curtain on Public Education. Join them as they delve into the topic of public school methods, philosophies, and compromises, exploring issues beyond homeschooling and the impact of ideologies in the education system. Discover the significance of understanding history, parental responsibility, and the importance of being informed in this engaging conversation.

Recommended Resources:

Conflicted: Pulling Back the Curtain on Public Education, by John Stamper

The State of State Schools Podcast

John Stamper on YouTube

Masterbooks Academy Courses

Answers for Homeschooling: Top 25 Questions Critics Ask, by Israel Wayne 

Education: Does God Have an Opinion, Israel Wayne 

Demystifying Learning Styles – Tyler Hogan on the Schoolhouse Rocked Podcast

Is College Worth It, by William J. Bennett

Getting Started in Homeschooling – Israel Wayne on the Schoolhouse Rocked Podcast 

 

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