Common Core Assignment: The Constitution is Outdated

Wow:  Yesterday I posted a piece entitled The Constutution is Timeless.  It explains why our Constitution is as relevant today as it was when it was written and why it will be relevant in the future.  Unfortunately, the folks over at “Common Core Central” disagree.  The following is from Bryant School District in Arkansas:

Welcome to the first day of civics class in the Common Core. Your first assignment? Revising the Bill of Rights in the U.S Constitution because it is an “outdated” document? The worksheet says:

You have been selected to work on a National Revised Bill of Rights Task Force. You have been charged with the task of revising and  editing the Bill of Rights. .. You will have to prioritize, prune, and add amendments.

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