Education, it's 'failures' and it's promise.

Both our college level and lower level schools have been purposely steered towards a lower level of education.

Our colleges now mostly don't teach history so you can't as easily learn from our past mistakes.

Political Correctness has ruined many a college nowadays.

Common Core screwed up millions of our kids.

Terms like mother and father are being taken out of our vocabulary. We can't call ourselves boys an girls anymore. Now it's purple penguins!! This stuff is NOT accidental!

Financially, now Americans are having to pay millions upon millions for the education of people who are here illegally. This drops down the quality of education for the kids who DO belong here.

Flouride in the toothpaste and water dumbs the population down.


Charter Schools and a Turkish Imam named Fethullah Gulen

Estimates are that there are 300 Gulen schools in Turkey and 1,000 worldwide

https://www.infowars.com/turkish-imams-usa-network-of-schools-to-be-investigated-as-part-of-lawsuit/

Documentary filmmaker Mark Hall is nearing completion of a film, “Killing Ed”, that looks at problems with the charter school movement. The film focuses on the Gulen schools as a worst case example of charter schools. In our interview with Mark Hall, he pointed out that the Gulen network is “educating roughly a little over 60,000 students across United States now and they’re bringing in many thousands of teachers, who are followers of Fethullah Gulen, on H1-B visas to teach at the schools.”

Gulen charter schools in the US are completely funded by taxes which Mark Hall estimates it to be in “excess of $500 million a year”. “These are funds that you and I are giving to our government and they’re going directly to this organization”, he said. So while in Islamic countries the Gulen schools are Islamic madrassas, Gulen schools in the US have to carefully avoid any overt religious proselytizing to Islam. But as Hall pointed out, “what you see in the schools here in United States and elsewhere is intense national Turkification of their children.” “These are not Turkish kids, these are kids that have a variety of backgrounds — Hispanics, Asians, African-Americans — and you know the question is why are they being so intensely taught a lot about Turkey”. [Joe - Truly it's an introduction to and and an indoctrination into Islam]

That is not how the school is portrayed to parents. They are marketed as schools of Science and Math.

They stage large Science Fairs, which whistleblowers allege are merely dog and pony shows for politicians. Whistleblower teachers and students allege in the documentary film that the science projects are largely prepared by staff, not students and that many teachers brought from Turkey are not qualified teachers, certainly not in science or math.

Consider AMERICA's position. 'THEY' are already here via the Gulen schools, among others.
Throughout 1,400 years of Islam, there has never been a non-Muslim state in which a form of Islam developed that was shorn of jihad violence and Sharia oppression, and readily adapted to the values of the non-Muslim society. Instead, for 1,400 years, there has been jihad, wherever Muslims have gone. The History of Jihad From Muhammad to ISIS demonstrates this definitively, detailing the jihad against Europe, the jihad against India, the jihad in Africa, and elsewhere. Nowhere was there ever established an acculturated, defanged Islam. Islam, Turkified or otherwise, in our schools is NOT a 'good' thing. To protect ourselves, our way of life and our loved ones, it must be removed!!


The Teacher You Wish You Had! - John Taylor Gatto

He 'finished' his teaching career as New York State Teacher of the Year after being named New York City Teacher of the Year on three occasions. He quit teaching on the OP ED page of the Wall Street Journal in 1991 while still New York State Teacher of the Year, claiming that he was no longer willing to hurt children. Later that year he was the subject of a show at Carnegie Hall called “An Evening With John Taylor Gatto,” which launched a career of public speaking in the area of school reform, which has taken Gatto over a million and a half miles in all fifty states and seven foreign countries.

In 1992, he was named Secretary of Education in the Libertarian Party Shadow Cabinet, and he has been included in Who’s Who in America from 1996 on. In 1997, he was given the Alexis de Tocqueville Award for his contributions to the cause of liberty. and was named to the Board of Advisors of the National TV-Turnoff Week!

John has passed on (October 25th, 2018).

Gatto’s home is in Oxford, New York. He was working on a film about the nature of modern schooling. For more information about this film, including investing and production opportunities, email his agent at: info@JohnTaylorGatto.com. Gatto has been married for over forty years to the same woman, and has two grown children and a cat. He had hopes of building a rural retreat and library for the use of families pondering local and personal issues of school reform.

Please, read or watch anything by him. He takes you 'higher'. By the way, I've never heard him speak of Jesus before...until today while browsing youtube for a representative short introductory video for you. I chose this because I like to promote Loves Qualities which Jesus does exemplify so...there you go. There are no accidents.


Removing Obama's Bastard Child, Common Core

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President Elect Trump has said he will end Common Core. Today, he chose billionaire Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education.  As many have reported, DeVos has been an ardent Common Core supporter.  We also know that Common Core is much more than a set of standards or bad math. Common Core has always been about data. So in order to truly end Common Core, Trump and DeVos must end the massive data collection that Common Core is built on.

In 2005 the CCSSO and NGA, Bill Gates, Marc Tucker,  US Department of Ed, others came together, putting forth in their mission statement to create personal databases on every child in every state, tag data in a way that is standardized, and then share that tagged data across states, in what amounts to a national database. This commonly tagged data is Common Core. These state databases exist, starting in preschool (or sometimes birth) and follow a child through their career. However, since a federal student database is banned, the Gates Foundation, who has been instrumental in promoting Common Core, is currently (once again) lobbying Congress to lift the ban and create a national database to track students.  The data collected and shared and analyzed is not just grades, it’s anything in a child’s education record and can include behavioral data, discipline data, family information, medical information.  Gates is looking to expand the commonly tagged data to include rating and tagging children’s emotions.

There are no federal laws protecting how children’s data are analyzed, nothing banning advertising or selling of children’s data. Data is money.  “McKinsey Global estimated that increasing the use of student data in education could unlock between $900 billion and $1.2 trillion in global economic value.”

If this seems Orwellian, it gets worse. Consider that every keystroke, everything a child does on a computer is collected, millions of data points per day, are funneled to databases where it can be stored, analyzed, shared, even sold.

MORE from this article here.

Top 10 Reasons to Oppose Common Core 
By Julie Borowski  FreedomWorks.org  July 26th 2013

1. Common Core is a Federal Takeover of Education

The ultimate goal of Common Core is to have every school district follow the same national standards. This is a failed educational approach that will undermine educational quality and choice. States and local communities better know how to design standards based on their students and parents’ needs than Washington bureaucrats.

2. Common Core is Bad for Parents 

Parents will not have a say in their child’s education under Common Core. They will not be able to suggest changes to their local school’s standards or enroll their child in another public school with better standards. Common Core would limit parental choice and shut their voices out of their child’s education.  

3. Common Core is Bad for Teachers

Teachers would have little control over their classrooms under Common Core. They will be forced to comply with standards decided upon by federal bureaucrat. This leaves little to no room for teachers to innovate to meet the unique needs of their students.

4. Common Core is Bad for Taxpayers

Common Core has a hefty price tag that will be paid by taxpayers in states. Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction estimates that Common Core will cost the state $300 million. California Department of Education estimates it will cost $759 million to implement the nationalized standards.   Common Core will cost taxpayers a lot of money while not improving education quality.

5. Common Core is Bad for Students

Common Core is a one-size-fits-all education policy that assumes every students learns exactly the same. A top down and centrally controlled standards will hurt students’ creativity and learning.  Good education policy realizes that all students have different learning styles, preferences, and paces.

6. Common Core Violates Privacy

The Race to the Top Grants associated with Common Core violates privacy by “data mining” information about students that will follow them the rest of their lives. The information collected is more than just test scores and academic progress. Common Core will track information on religious practices, political beliefs, “sex behaviors and attitudes”, and more.

7. Common Core Resembles Failed No Child Left Behind Program

A main criticism of the failed No Child Left Behind program is that teachers “teach the test.” This means that students are memorizing rather than learning and critical thinking about information. Common Core would resemble No Child Left Behind by requiring students to take national standardized tests to measure their progress.

8. Common Core is Unconstitutional

The federal government should not control education. Since education is not specifically listed in the Constitution, the authority over education should be left up to the states and the people. This allows localities from New York City to rural Alabama to design unique curriculums that are best for their students.

9. Common Core Will Require Some States to Move Backwards

Some states have advanced standards that are designed with students and parents in mind. Sandra Stotsky, a professor at the University of Arkansas, who served on the committee to validate Common Core standards said, “The standards dumb American education down by about two grades worth.”   Some states would have to move their standards backwards to comply with Common Core standards.

10. Common Core Is a Failed Education Approach

Washington has tried one-size-fits-all education approaches time and time again. Centralized education programs have not worked and will never work. The quality of education has only declined over the past few decades. The solution is to get the federal government out of the education business.  



Charlotte Iserbyt and the Dumbing Down of America

“The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America — A Chronological Paper Trail”, will change forever the way you look at your child’s education. Written by whistleblower Charlotte T. Iserbyt, it is the result of what she discovered while working in the US Department of Education and her subsequent research on the subject. First published in 1999, the original edition of the book contains 743 pages replete with documentation of the policies, conversations and events that led up to the way our educational system is run today.

You can download her E-book of the Deliberate Dumbing Down at:
http://deliberatedumbingdown.com/ddd/


THE PROMISE that Education CAN be.

Return to the TRIVIUM - it was removed from public education.

The Trivium teaches us how to speak correctly, with forethought. It teaches us how to use our reasoning faculties and be able to think critically. Listen, it wasn't taken 'out' of the education system by 'accident'. There is no such thing. It was a conspiracy of the globalists who don't want an educated let alone 'enlightened' population who could figure out their Eugenics agenda; their mass migration invasion agenda, and their Luciferian New World Order agenda among others.

The Trivium method: (pertains to the mind) – the elementary three.

General Grammar, Aristotelian Logic, and Classical Rhetoric comprise the first three rules-based subjects of the 7 Liberal Arts and Sciences. As these disciplines are learned and practiced together, they form the overarching, symbiotic system for establishing clarity and consistency of personal thought called the Trivium.

General Grammar answers the who, what when, where. Discovering and ordering the facts of reality comprises basic, Systematic Knowledge.

Formal Logic answers the Why. Developing the faculty of reason in establishing valid (i.e. non-contradictory) relationships among facts is Systematic Understanding.

Classical Rhetoric supplies the How. Applying knowledge and understanding expressively comprises wisdom or, in other words, it is a systematically usable knowledge and understanding.

LOOK into this more at

http://www.triviumeducation.com/trivium/

or http://triviumschool.com/academics/curriculum/


BEYOND THE TRIVIUM, THERE IS MORE.

The Quadrivium:

[4] Arithmetic, [5] Geometry, [6] Music, and [7] Astronomy.

The Quadrivium (which pertains to Matter & Quantity)- the advanced four.

[4] ARITHMETIC —
Number in itself, which is a pure abstraction; that is, outside of space and time.

[5] GEOMETRY —
Number in space.

[6] MUSIC OR HARMONIC THEORY —
Number in time.

[7] ASTRONOMY —
Number in space and time.
a. Number
b. Geometry
c. Harmonics
d. Cosmology


The Damage 'Political Correctness' has done to our Education system

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The 'Disaster' that comes from not being taught HISTORY

It really is necessary to learn from your mistakes and those of your ancestors and you can't do that if your not taught history. Dick Cheney once said in an interview: "We make reality', you report it"

Enlightening LINKS in regards to Education