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NCFM Carolina’s Chapter President Greg Josefchuk’s Written Testimony to the Department of Education Regarding Efforts to Weaken Constitutional Protections in Disciplinary Proceedings in Higher Education

June 10, 2021
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Below, is the written testimony submitted on behalf of NCFM Carolina to the Department of Education at hearings this month in an effort to protect the gains made under the last administration, like the preservation of due process in disciplinary proceedings. Our NCFM-Carolina’s chapter did a superlative job under the leadership of Gregory Josefchuk, President, NCFM-Carolina’s. Click on the introduction below to read the full submission. It’s well worth the read if you care about our future…

Thank you Mr. Josefchuk,

Harry Crouch, President, NCFM.

Public comments to OCR by NCFMC 6.8.21

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NCFM Carolina’s Chapter President Greg Josefchuk’s Written Testimony to the Department of Education Regarding Efforts to Weaken Constitutional Protections in Disciplinary Proceedings in Higher Education

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One Response to NCFM Carolina’s Chapter President Greg Josefchuk’s Written Testimony to the Department of Education Regarding Efforts to Weaken Constitutional Protections in Disciplinary Proceedings in Higher Education

  1. Thomas Carney on June 11, 2021 at 6:01 AM

    Excellent work!

    The young male crisis (which has been a problem for so long it now essentially applies to men under 40) starts early, and the genesis of the crisis is in education.

    The male education gap starts young- by age 6, both boys and girls think girls are smarter. Boys earn lower grades for the same work, and and receive lower grades in every subject at every age. Not only that, but boys step on a college campus and enter an environment hostile to their mere presence. As if that isn’t enough, some feminist groups want mandatory prison time at most and expulsion at the very least for a very low standard of evidence. And does this standard apply both ways? Of course not, boys are rarely afforded any degree of protection from abusive partners or unwanted sexual advances. It’s such a normal thing, you will hear guys joke about it. That’s how normalized it is.

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