New Hampshire Looks To Require Schoolkids To Learn About ‘Climate Change’ (scam)

Now, just imagine the apoplexy if someone was looking to pass a bill requiring that the Bible be taught in public schools. Religions, and cults, should not be taught in school by Government decree

Bill would require schools to have climate change lessons

A bill up for consideration before the New Hampshire Legislature in 2020 would require school districts to offer lessons on climate change.

The House bill would require at least 10 hours of climate education or a full semester of environmental education in high school, and anywhere from two hours to eight hours for younger students. It would take effect July 1, 2021.

The bill’s sponsor, Rep. Chris Balch, a Democrat from Hillsborough, said some teachers incorporate climate change into their science curriculum, but it’s the state’s responsibility to prioritize it.

“We need to have a common base of knowledge of what climate change is, how it works, how it happens, what we can do about it,” he told New Hampshire Public Radio. (snip)

The bill focuses on causes and effects of climate change in New Hampshire and beyond; maximizing energy efficiency in homes and schools; information about careers in solar, wind, hydrogen power; and other topics.

Does anyone want to bet that only the Cult of Climastrology view will be taught? Being New Hampshire, you can be assured that this bill will pass.

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3 Responses to “New Hampshire Looks To Require Schoolkids To Learn About ‘Climate Change’ (scam)”

  1. Kye says:

    There is only a separation of Christianity and state all other religions and cults are welcome.

  2. DCE says:

    The chances are also pretty good that the governor will veto the bill if it passes. He vetoed a bunch of feel-good bills during the last legislative session knowing they would cost the taxpayers money that need not be spent.

    Much control of school curriculum is at local level, not at state level. More than a few of the district courts would find such a law unconstitutional under the state constitution.

  3. YM says:

    Perhaps it would be a good time for New Hampshire’s Pastafarians to stand up and demand their beliefs be taught at well, just like The Kansas City school district was. In Kansas City, the issue was the teaching of Creationism. Climate alarmism is also a belief system with the same hallmarks as any other religion/cult.

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