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Communists understand that control of the school is control of the future. They started this program in the late 1800’s. Now Globalists have infiltrated every industry, religion and government position. The Globalists start with the lowest common denominator for indoctrination, the school. From cradle to grave you will learn communism. Your child belongs to the state.
If you don’t like your new uniform, your new 350 sq ft flat, your bicycle, new job, constant monitoring (for our health) not to worry, the Globalists have a plan for you. They just follow orders. Stalin said, “A Capitalist will sell you the rope to hang him with and if you speak out against my government I will have you killed.”
Now let’s see what was done to the school so the future bureaucrats would be on the same communist page:
Read Part 1: Your Children’s Children Will Live Under Communism
1991 – George H.W. Bush “AMERICA 2000 PLAN,” was written and designed to implement the Carnegie Corporation’s restructuring agenda. The plan proposed to radically restructure American society. Then Secretary of Education Lamar Alexander claimed, “The brand new American school would be year-round, open from 6 to 6, for children 3 months to 18 years.” Cradle to grave indoctrination.
1991 – George H. W. Bush requested that the business community raise funds to support development of “radical, break-the-mold” schools (one in each Congressional district) which would in the future be known as “charter schools” (public school “choice” schools). Student age-grouping may be unconventional; designs could serve students younger than five years of age and older than eighteen; students need not all be assembled in a single building or at a particular time of day; the school day and school year may be redefined. The duties of administrators, teachers, volunteers, parents, and all other adults may be changed to also entail major changes in community governance.
1992 – George H.W. Bush and his “The National Youth Apprenticeship Act of 1998 established a national framework for implementing comprehensive youth apprenticeship programs. “These programs would be a high-quality learning alternative for preparing young people to be valuable and productive members of the 21st century work force…. There is widespread agreement that the time has come to strengthen the connection between the academic subjects taught in our schools and the demands of the modern, high technology workplace. Under my proposal, a student could enter a youth apprenticeship program in the 11th or 12th grade. A youth apprentice would receive academic instruction, job training and work experience…. Standards of academic achievement, consistent with voluntary national standards, will apply to all academic instruction, including the required instruction in the core subjects of English, mathematics, science, history, and geography. Students would be expected to demonstrate mastery of job skills. Upon the completion of the program, all youth will have a portable credential that will be recognized wherever the individual may go to seek employment or pursue further education and training. I believe that the time has come for a national, comprehensive approach to work- based learning.
President Bush’s volunteer program “Points of Light” and President Clinton’s “Americorp” both showed a goal to take those who “chose to do their own thing” would re-direct them so that way they will work only on politically correct and government-approved things. (They’re coming to take your children away, hay, hay – Education is not the plan – indoctrination is the goal). In Germany they were called “Brown Shirts”!
1992 – George H. W. Bush and the endorsement of the Chris Whittle’s Edison Project – the Bush Administration strongly supports the concepts that underlie the Edison Project. Many observers believe Whittle’s long term plan anticipates the use of voucher funds. If adopted, the reform (vouchers) could funnel billions of public dollars into private schools.” THE EDISON PROJECT, TIME-WARNER & WHITTLE COMMUNICATIONS: Chris Whittle’s Edison Project is an initiative to build a national, private, for-profit school system. Time-Warner has been not only a full partner in the Edison Project, but owned 50% of Whittle’s principal company, Whittle Communications LP. Americans pay and the private corporations profit. Training is one of the biggest expenses of a corporation. Now it will be paid by the taxpayer.
(The initial expansion of Edison included the involvement of Tom Ingram (campaign manager and chief of staff to former Tennessee governor and United States Secretary of Education from 1991-1993, Lamar Alexander), Benno C. Schmidt, Jr., John Chubb (political scientist from the Hoover and Brookings Institute), and Chester E. Finn, Jr. (assistant secretary of education to former presidents Reagan and George H.W. Bush). (Originally founded around the idea of school vouchers, Edison primarily contracts with school districts on the basis of performance partnerships, alliances, and charter school (Management Company establishment.)
(By 2002, Edison was on the skids financially. So Whittle went to his friend Jeb Bush and in a buyout facilitated by Liberty Partners on behalf of the Florida Retirement System, which handles pension investments for the state’s public school teachers, the deal valued the company at $180 million or $1.76 per share. The three pension fund trustees at the time that endorsed the deal were: Florida Attorney General Charlie Crist, Florida Chief Financial Officer Tom Gallagher, and Florida Governor Jeb Bush. (Teachers and the news media screamed loudly but to no avail).
(Edison as of July, 2013 had not made a profit for over 4 years. Criticism has come forth in Alissa Quart’s Branded: The Buying and Selling of Teenagers (2003) and Kenneth J. Saltman’s The Edison Schools: Corporate Schooling and the Assault on Public Education (Routledge, 2005). (Today, instead of owning 1,000 private schools, Edison merely manages 157 public ones. What happened? Whittle doesn’t have the money or experience for what he has tried to do all these years and neither does Schmidt).
1992 – William Clinton – The “Dear Hillary” letter, written on Nov. 11, 1992 by Marc Tucker, president of the National Center on Education and the Economy (NCEE), lays out a plan SET IN MOTION WITH Tucker, David Rockefeller and others to “remold the entire American education system” into “a seamless web that literally extends from cradle to grave and is the same system for everyone,” coordinated by “a system of labor market boards at the local, state and federal levels” where curriculum and “job matching” will be handled by counselors “accessing the integrated computer-based program.”
Tucker’s plan would change the mission of the schools from teaching children academic basics and knowledge to training them to serve the global economy in jobs selected by workforce boards. Nothing in this comprehensive plan has anything to do with teaching schoolchildren how to read, write, or calculate.
1993 – Michael Rosen wrote in the Denver post about Littleton, CO High School referring to their use of the OBE curriculum saying, “OBE was impractical, unworkable, vague and will be excessively costly to administer and is spiked with subjective values traps. I wouldn’t want it for my kids.” (Prelude to CCS and this is the testing!)
1994 – William Clinton – Tucker’s ambitious plan was implemented in three laws passed by Congress and signed by President Clinton in 1994: the Goals 2000 Act, the School-to-Work Act, and the reauthorized Elementary and Secondary Education Act. These laws establish the following mechanisms to restructure the public schools:
• Bypass all elected officials on school boards and in state legislatures by making federal funds flow to the Governor and his appointees on workforce development boards.
• Use a computer database, a.k.a. “a labor market information system,” into which school personnel would scan all information about every schoolchild and his family, identified by the child’s social security number: academic, medical, mental, psychological, behavioral, and interrogations by counselors. The computerized data would be available to the school, the government, and future employers.
(All the things being thrown at our children through the CCS are NOT NEW! It has been a long, evil, laid out plan.)
• Use “national standards” and “national testing” to cement national control of tests, assessments, school honors and rewards, financial aid, and the Certificate of Initial Mastery (CIM), which is designed to replace the high school diploma.
Designed on the German system – Hitler system, the Tucker plan is to train children in specific jobs to serve the workforce and the global economy instead of to educate them so they can make their own life choices.
1994 – A series of Clinton administration-backed laws (Goals 2000: Educate America Act and the Improving America’s Schools Act) requires states to set standards and set up corresponding tests.
1995 – Marc Tucker’s push of OBE through the NCEE took over the Rochester, NY school system. All Rochester newspapers wrote in May, 1995 about the failure of the education experiment which had been laid upon their children. “Forty percent of ninth graders didn’t make it through high school. Fewer graduates attained the state’s more stringent Regent’s diploma. Most middle and high school test scores remained flat or declined.” Rochester mayor, William A. Johnson, Jr. stated, “We failed”. CCS/OBE testing!
1995 – Marc Tucker attended the first graduation class of Cottage Grove HS in Cottage Grove, OR where they had implemented NCEE’s OBE curriculum. Students who were involved in the pilot OBE project were given their Certificate of Mastery Learning. After one year the school suffered a 22 percent dropout rate and all SAT scores dropped. CCS/OBE testing! Instead of scrapping OBE they doubled down and spent more money to implement a failure.
1995 – In 1995, Gov. Hunt of NC (previously vice-chair of NCEE) along with 5 other governor’s and 6 CEO’s of major corporations formed the planning committee for the Education Summit that was to be held in March 1996.
1996 – At the 1996 George H. W. National Education Summit which included governor’s from around the country and businessmen from all kinds of businesses, they adopted a policy calling for all states (governors and business leaders)to establish internationally competitive standards, assessment tools and accountability systems within 2 years. In addition, business leaders committed to take into consideration the quality of a state’s standards when making business location or expansion decisions. The policy statement also noted: We will establish an external, non-governmental, independent (not accountable to the public) effort to be called Achieve to measure and report each state’s annual progress in setting their standards.(Sounds like blackmail to me!)
1996 – Hillary Rodham Clinton (the liar) published her book: It Takes A Village. She prompted parents to give their child to the school (state). After all the state knows best.
1997 – Gates Foundation started the Library Program to bridge the “digital divide”. The program has made grants to more than 5,800 libraries in the United States, installed more than 25,000 PCs and trained 7,000 librarians to the programs conclusion in 2003. This includes grants to DOE all over the country and individual libraries. (Remember, when taking money from the likes of a Gates Foundation it is no different than taking Federal government money – they own you. It is not a gift, but a bribe.)
Read Part 1: Your Children’s Children Will Live Under Communism
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