The right to learn and teach

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Our constitution doesn't include a recognition of the right to teach and learn. The Uniting Amendment corrects that glaring omission. It also prevents politicians from dictating what we teach or how we learn. Curiosity and discovery should not be limited by political motives.

The Uniting Amendment says:

"The right of the people to teach and learn shall not be abridged, obstructed, compelled, licensed, or in any way restricted irrespective of any commerce related to its exercise. Except for United States taxes permitted herein, teaching or learning shall not be taxed by any entity, nor shall any disclosure, notice, test, accreditation, recognition, report, or standard be compelled or required by any government."

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