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by Norma Gabler,Mel Gabler

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  • ISBN 0896933628
  • ISBN13 978-0896933620
  • Language English
  • Author Norma Gabler,Mel Gabler
  • Publisher Scripture Pr Pubns (May 1, 1985)
  • Pages 192
  • Formats lit mbr lrf mobi
  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Education
  • Size ePub 1690 kb
  • Size Fb2 1268 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 863

Book by Gabler, Norma, Gabler, Mel

No wonder the homeschooling movement took off! What Are They Teaching Our Children? may seem a bit dated now with all that has gone on since then, but it is still thought-provoking and historically important.

No wonder the homeschooling movement took off! What Are They Teaching Our Children? may seem a bit dated now with all that has gone on since then, but it is still thought-provoking and historically important. 8 people found this helpful.

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Melvin Nolan Freeman Gabler (January 5, 1915 – December 19, 2004) and his wife, Norma Elizabeth Rhodes Gabler (June 16, 1923 – July 22, 2007) were campaigners against public school textbooks which they regarded as "anti-family" or "ant.

Melvin Nolan Freeman Gabler (January 5, 1915 – December 19, 2004) and his wife, Norma Elizabeth Rhodes Gabler (June 16, 1923 – July 22, 2007) were campaigners against public school textbooks which they regarded as "anti-family" or "anti-Christian". The couple began their work in 1961 at their kitchen table in Hawkins, a small town in Wood County in northeastern Texas, after they claimed to have uncovered numerous errors in a son's history text.

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What Are They Teaching Our Children?' by Mel and Norma Gabler. Terrible logic from terrible people. I think our mutual friend at book club is faking anxiety and her husband almost dying how do I prove that?

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Mel and Norma Gabler. 3 Norma Gabler's death. 4 Televised appearances. Neal Frey, who worked with the Gablers (or, as Norma Gabler insisted they be called, "the Mel Gablers") since 1972 and now runs the organization, said that the Gablers' network of national supporters was invaluable to the cause. The organization has had national impact because Texas is second to California in population and is one of twenty-two states with a textbook-approval process which influences decisions made by other smaller states. Frey said that Mrs. Gabler’s larger public role was deceptive.

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Jelar
If you want an in depth book on what's been going on in the schools and what you can do get this book.
Zinnthi
Mel and Norma Gabler were among the first publicly to raise the hue and cry about how the humanists had gained control of the educational textbook industry and through that of the public schools. Their work has been denigrated and vilified, especially by the educational establishment, but never successfully refuted. After an introduction by James C. Hefley, the Gablers ask, "Textbooks Have Changed--or Haven't You Noticed?" They talk about "How Public School Curriculum Got the Way It Is," then notice specific examples of how textbooks include the "new" religion that is hostile to Judeo-Christian principles, anti-Americanism, sex "miseducation," lessons in despair, relativistic values clarification, undermining the family, and evolution, concluding with chapters on, "How to Get Better Books into Your Schools and Survive" and "What More Can Parents Do?"
Remember, this was written in 1985. While there have been some victories since then, by and large the problem has not gotten any better but only worse. You wouldn't believe some of the admissions cited in this book. In the famous CBS 60 Minutes segment "What Johnny Can't Read," for which the Gablers and others were interviewed, Mike Wallace asked Seibert Adams, an editor for Random House, to comment on a health book submitted in Texas for fourteen-year-olds, which says that orgasm can be achieved through pleasurable petting. Wallace noted that Random House withdrew the book from consideration in Texas after the Gablers had begun to examine it. Adams replied that it was originally a college text and was only later introduced into high schools. Wallace then said, "You'll sell it where it'll go." Adams responded, "Correct. And the reason we do this is because the book takes no moralistic view." Wallace said, "It sure doesn't." And Adams concluded, "And we're proud of that." No wonder the homeschooling movement took off! What Are They Teaching Our Children? may seem a bit dated now with all that has gone on since then, but it is still thought-provoking and historically important.
Authis
It will open your eyes! I homeschool now, not just for this reason, but now my children will never go back to public school. This book doesnt force homeschool though, it is just an option they briefly mention. They give you ways to fight for better text books in your public school and also your rights as a parent! You may want to read through your childrens books with them as well so you can correct anything they learn that is incorrect or against your values! This has been going on for a long time, I could relate to some of this personally from when I was in school over 10 years ago.. I'm sure it is much worse now! A must read!
Dangerous
The Gablers do a great job of comparing America's traditional educational institutions with the modern public school system. For a couple of hundred years the Bible was an integral part of a young person's education in the United States. But that has changed in the past few decades. This book is dated now, but I think it is still thought-provoking and historically important.
Ckelond
A well written, easy to understand expose on the content of government schools' text books. Covers many Text Book Subjects: Religion, Sex Education Evolution, etc.