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Obama recalling his need for “help” amongst student body

The Obama administration is rethinking its course recommendations for students ahead of President Obama’s address to the the nation’s schoolchildren next week, rewriting its suggestions to teachers for student assignments on how to “help the president,” The Washington Times reported Thursday that presidential aides acknowledged they helped the U.S. Education Department write the suggested assignments, which stirred criticism by many who say Obama is trying to indoctrinate the education system. White House aides said the language was supposed to be a inspirational, pro-education message to America’s youths, but its unintended consequences were evident. Among the activities initially suggested for pre-K to 6th grade students was to “write letters to themselves about what they can do to help the president.” Another assignment for students after hearing the speech was to discuss what “the president wants us to do.” What do you want to do? What do you want your schoolchildren to do? Do you endorse the president addressing our schools? GO!

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