Tag: School

School Film Blames Muslims for Oklahoma City Bombing

Getting it radically wrong Adam Soltani July 30th, 2014 I recently received a call fromimages (3)aparent in northeast Oklahoma concerned about a History Channel video titled Conspiracy: Oklahoma City Bombing that was shown in her child’s Oklahoma history classroom at Jenks Freshman Academy. One would assume that materials used to supplement our children’s education in the classroom are intended to increase understanding of the subject matter, aid in broadening worldview and develop an understanding of our increasingly diverse society. Unfortunately, the film that is an approved selection in Jenks schools’ media library was little more than a hate-filled video that goes to extreme lengths to drag the blame for one of the most tragic events in Oklahoma history onto Islam and Muslims. more okgazette

Ohio School Board Cancels Anti-Islam Tea Party Event

CAIR: Ohio School Board Cancels Anti-Islam Tea Party Event CLEVELAND, March 28, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Ohio chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Ohio) today welcomed a decision by a school board in that state to cancel an anti-Islam Tea Party event featuring…

Bachmann: ‘We Must Ban Falafel’ in School Lunches

Minnesota Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann courted controversy today by claiming that falafel and other “jihadi foods” should be banned from school lunches in the United States. In an interview with local television station KSTP in Minneapolis, Bachmann explained that after visiting…

PROPHET PROJECT COMPETITION WINNERS

Here are the pictures from the Prophet Project Competition that took place on Jan 22 2011.  Attatched are some pictures from the event.  the Winnters are as follows: Level I 1. Muhammed Bakr 2. Idrees Rozki 3. Hamdi AltowairebLevel II…

Single-Gender Classes!

There has been a huge surge of interest in single-sex public education since the United States Department of Education amended Title IX on October 25, 2006 allowing single-sex education in public schools. Historically, it has been difficult to evaluate outcomes…