New Hampshire State of Corruption – Radio Broadcast Recording With Host Mike Gill – Week 21: The Truth, nothing but The Truth

Great broadcast…very revealing!

Listen HERE. (aired 4-29-16)

Archives: Click here.


Great Expose On New Hampshire Corruption, click HERE.

Kelly Ayotte’s “web of deceit” in New Hampshire will follow her to Washington, click HERE.

New Hampshire State of Corruption – Radio Broadcast Recording With Host Mike Gill – Week 19: Death, Taxes And A Cook, click HERE.

When t;he heat is up they run….Interestingly, the three major players (drugs involved) within the Farmington P.D. left office – and AG (now former) Kelly Ayotte and current AG Foster have covered this up. View FARMINGTON N.H. POLICE CHIEF SCOTT ROBERGE RETIRING, click HERE.

New Hampshire State of Corruption – Radio Broadcast Recording With Host Mike Gill – Week 18 Search Warrant, click HERE.

Is There More Behind New Hampshire Corruption? Click HERE.

With all of the evidence Mike has provided it’s obvious as to why a lawsuit “pops up” now!

Mike is a good, honest, trustworthy person and would make New Hampshire proud as its Governor! Folks in New Hampshire, Vote Mike for Governor..he is a breath of fresh air!

Published in: on April 30, 2016 at 1:23 pm  Leave a Comment  


Is the Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems (SLDS) Grant Program from the National Center for Educational Statistics and the Department of Education coming to your State?  Did we really believe that the passage of the ESSA would establish “local control”?

Brookings Institute informs us that “With the passage of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), state education agencies (SEAs) and local education agencies (LEAs) need to make evidenced-based decisions for students”.

Please remember that the scope of the ESSA includes “mental health”, and “work-force training”. State standards include behavioral and attitudinal conditioning to accommodate “Social Justice” and “Agenda 2030”. With pre-determined goals and objectives and with the student virtually wired to the computer what do we think the outcomes will be?

About the SLDS Grant Program
“Better decisions require better information. This principle lies at the heart of the Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems (SLDS) Grant Program. Through grants and a growing range of services and resources, the program has helped propel the successful design, development, implementation, and expansion of K12 and P-20W (early learning through the workforce) longitudinal data systems.”
Through this grant program, aimed at state Longitudinal Data Systems, will this be the fail-safe, lock-in for total control of the student?    Keep the definition of “Scientific Communism” in mind when reading the ramifications of the Grant Program.

Scientific communism was one of the three major ingredients of Marxism-Leninism as taught in the Soviet Union in all institutions of higher education and pursued in the corresponding research institutions, and departments.  The discipline consisted in investigation of laws, patterns, ways, and forms of class struggle, socialist revolution, and development of socialism and construction of communism.  Passing exams in scientific communism was an obligatory prerequisite in obtaining any postgraduate scientific degree in the Soviet Union; see “Kandidat” article for details.” [Emphasis,Ed.]

Through this national program, emanating from the Department of Education, Grants are being made to the states to implement this system for work-force training for K-P20W.

Better decisions require better information. This principle lies at the heart of the State-wide Longitudinal Data Systems (SLDS) Grant Program. Through grants and a growing range of services and resources, the program has helped propel the successful design, development, implementation, and expansion of K12 and P-20W (early learning through the workforce) longitudinal data systems.”

The following article is an overview of the Program:
State education agencies and researchers as partners in improving student outcomes

“The research agenda can help a researcher propose a study that is aligned to the state needs, has relevance, is practical, and focuses on finding solutions for students, their families, and the good of the state.”  [Community education, Ed. comment and emphasis]

Utilize a research request process. Most SEAs have a process by which a researcher can make a request—and typically, the applicant has to explain how the proposed research aligns with the SEA’s priorities. In this way, the SEA can abide by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) requirements, a law that ensures the privacy of student records. FERPA restricts information sharing to protect students, but does allow the disclosure of information to specified officials for audit or evaluation purposes. Therefore, in order for an SEA to enter into a data-sharing agreement[1] with a researcher for student-level data, the researcher’s study needs to be aligned with SEA priorities, so that the results can be leveraged for audit or evaluation purposes. If the study does not align, the SEA cannot enter into an agreement as it would not further the understanding of their programs or priorities.”  [Emphasis, Ed. State standards are written to include, “social justice” and behavioral   attitudes.  Couple that with mental health and is anything off-limits? Ed. comment]

Ultimately, both SEAs and researchers stand to benefit from successful partnerships, and not just through increasing the number of publications by researchers or having evidence-based results available for SEAs to put to use for decision-making about student learning—though these are two very compelling reasons. As these partnerships become an integral part of how SEAs and LEAs conduct work, there will be changes in how decisions are made. There’s greater potential to have impact on students and to be more efficient and effective in their day-to-day business. For researchers, they will be able to see a more direct impact of their work, and can potentially explore further to help guide SEAs and LEAs as they make critical decisions for students. These mutually beneficial relationships have the potential to truly help propel students and make positive changes in the future.

The following are just a few bullet points taken from a SLDS Conference with various participating States and their innovations:

2016 SLDS Best Practices Conference Agenda

“This past summer, the Arizona Department of Education launched its new education data system AzEDS to LEAs throughout the state. Not only will the system provide instantaneous student data to dashboards for educators to utilize in the classroom, it will also incorporate the element of payment and is expected to save LEAs up to $57 million a year.

Learn how schools across Delaware are training users in phases and how district and teacher leaders are becoming subject matter experts to support local staff. Additionally, Delaware has provided periodic stakeholder support through user group conferences developed in collaboration with another SLDS state and with travel supported by a Personnel Exchange Network (PEN) grant

Delaware will demonstrate a customized Individual Learning Plan module within Performance PLUS that can be used to view and analyze assessment data while developing customized student learning plans. With this tool, teachers have access to filterable, longitudinal data reports to make well-informed,

Learn about the current phase of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) multi-state data exchange project, including identity resolution issues and solutions in a multistate environment
Representatives from the RELs program, located within the Institute of Education Sciences’ National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance, will discuss the RELs’ work, which involves partnering with school districts, state departments of education, and others to use data and research to improve academic outcomes for students.

See and review Nebraska’s stakeholder engagement efforts around its educator-facing dashboard, which included prioritizing and conducting focus groups virtually through the Design Teams process. Nebraska will also discuss its training curriculum and train-the-trainer approach to empowering educators to use data for continuous school improvement.

Indiana will discuss how it developed the data story for its report Research Analysis for Educational and Workforce Churn Patterns within Economic Growth Region. The demonstration will focus on navigating and interacting with stakeholders and technical/research advisory groups. The state will also discuss the technical resources and personnel hours needed to develop a robust data story.

Nevada will demonstrate the Nevada Pre-K to Workforce Research system (NPWR). Users can open and drill down into public-facing reports that use data from K12, higher education, and workforce sources to show trends and patterns in Nevada education and how those trends affect the workforce.

This presentation will describe how North Carolina engages and solicits input from research stakeholders for its Early Childhood Integrated Data System (NC ECIDS). It will cover how the state is developing an early childhood research agenda for its longitudinal data system. The state will also describe the data request process as accessed through its web portal and related procedures for approval and support of any research request.”

“Just as technology has rapidly advanced the healthcare and communications industries, it also is being used to transform education. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the majority of classrooms across the U.S. now have computers and Internet access, and investment in educational technology (edtech) is reaching record highs.”

For more info, click HERE.

Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt
Former Senior Policy Advisor
U.S. Department of Education

Published in: on April 29, 2016 at 10:56 am  Comments (2)  

Holding Public Meetings In Private!

By Charlotte Iserbyt

“Just a “heads up” for all of you who are very concerned regarding our constitutional form of govt. being transformed by PUBLIC/PRIVATE partnerships.

Check the Communist Manifesto and you will find:

“The communist system requires a merger of government and industry!” (Exactly what is being implemented NOW in the USA through public/private education restructuring.)

The unconstitutional public-private partnerships necessary for school to work agenda (using tax-funded charter schools with UNELECTED boards and other vehicles) are going in across the country, with few Americans objecting to this fascist/communist agenda.

Please read the following regarding recent activities in Maine and other excerpted materials from the deliberate dumbing down of america and other documents.”

“Please do your homework. The school-to-work agenda, modelled on the Soviet polytech workforce training system, merger of public and private sector, is being implemented right now. It has been in the works certainly since 1980 when the neoconservatives invaded the Reagan Administration, lead by the Heritage Foundation which drafted the dreaded North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and which supports tax-funded school choice/charters without elected boards. Heritage has an affiliate in most, if not all, states and is promoting this unconstitutional system of education, economics and regional governance (communism).

This writer, as liaison from the Dept. of Education, attended the first official White House Private Sector Initiative meeting in 1981, and asked if public/private partnerships were not “corporate fascism”. One of the supporters of this unAmerican initiative answered: “I don’t think anyone has looked at it that way.”

Steve Schran, a courageous activist/public school teacher, and I, wanted to attend the 3-hour “breakfast” meeting held in Republican/Heritage-controlled Gov. LePage’s Mansion, so we called the Maine Dept. of Education and were told it was a “private” meeting. We checked the Open Meeting laws, found in all states, which protect taxpayers from being excluded from “secret planning activities” and realized something very “fishy” was going on in Maine. Fortunately the Maine press picked up on this particular “closed to the public” meeting.

What just happened in Maine, holding PRIVATE meetings related to funding of education and restructuring of education, is unconstitutional.

Is this happening in YOUR state?”

Read more HERE.

Related: PPH reports ” Maine education chief quizzed about closed-door meeting.

At a luncheon hosted by the Maine Heritage Policy Center, Deputy Education Commissioner Bill Beardsley is asked why he participated in a private commission meeting hosted by the governor that violated the state’s open-meeting law.” Read more HERE.

Published in: on April 27, 2016 at 12:49 pm  Comments (16)  

Charlotte Iserbyt’s Power Hour Interview April 26, 2016

Listen to interview, click HERE.

The Power Hour interview covers discussion of Charlotte’s articles:

“Patriots or Manchurian Candidates”, view HERE.

“Why Are Our Children Voting for Socialist Sanders”, view HERE.


This Communist Manifesto article is loaded…covers documented history and present status of UNITED NATIONS 2030 communist world government political, social, education, and economic plans presently seeping into local level due to passage of ESSA: Every Student Succeeds Act and Obama HUD redistribution of population ruling, and important brainwashing research coming out of Russia.

Please forward to your lists and to elected officials at local, state, and federal level.

ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act) passed in December 2015 MUST BE REPEALED IF USA IS TO REMAIN FREE.



Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt
Former Senior Policy Advisor
U.S. Department of Education

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Published in: on April 27, 2016 at 12:31 pm  Leave a Comment  

Your Elected Members Of Congress At Work….Telemarketing?

CBS News – 60 Minutes: “The following is a script from “Dialing for Dollars” which aired on April 24, 2016.”

“The American public has a low opinion of Congress. Only 14 percent think it’s doing a good job. But Congress has excelled in one way. Raising money. Members of Congress raised more than a billion dollars for their 2014 election. And they never stop.

Nearly every day, they spend hours on the phone asking supporters and even total strangers for campaign donations — hours spent away from the jobs they were elected to do.

[David Jolly 2014 special election victory speech: Tonight is not about claiming victory. Tonight is about committing to service.]

Florida Republican David Jolly won a special election to Congress in March 2014. Facing a reelection bid that November, he was happy to get a lesson in fundraising from a member of his party’s leadership. But he was surprised by what he learned.

Rep. David Jolly: We sat behind closed doors at one of the party headquarter back rooms in front of a white board where the equation was drawn out. You have six months until the election. Break that down to having to raise $2 million in the next six months. And your job, new member of Congress, is to raise $18,000 a day. Your first responsibility is to make sure you hit $18,000 a day.”

Read more and view “Dialing for Dollars” HERE.

Published in: on April 25, 2016 at 9:27 pm  Leave a Comment  


It is important that as many Americans as possible have access to information in this 8-page packet sent to Charlotte from the Ronald Reagan Library in response to her recent request for information regarding “what happened to my letter to President Reagan regarding the need to abolish the U.S. Dept. of Education?”

Americans concerned over the deplorable situation in education should see the handwritten note from the President to the White House Chief of Staff Edwin A. Meese III stating he wanted to meet with her. Her letter and the President’s note to Meese were evidently thrown in the trash, thereby laying to rest the promise made by Reagan to abolish the Dept. of Education.

View Ronald Reagan Library Packet, click here.

Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt
Former Senior Policy Advisor
U.S. Department of Education

Published in: on April 25, 2016 at 2:56 pm  Leave a Comment  

New Hampshire State of Corruption – Radio Broadcast Recording With Host Mike Gill – Week 20: The Plant

Another powerful and very revealing broadcast!

Listen HERE. (aired 4-22-16)

Archives: Click here.

Related: New Hampshire State of Corruption – Radio Broadcast Recording With Host Mike Gill – Week 19: Death, Taxes And A Cook, click here.

Published in: on April 22, 2016 at 9:47 pm  Leave a Comment  


View HERE.

Published in: on April 22, 2016 at 3:24 pm  Comments (1)  

Charlotte Iserbyt: Conclusions and Recommendations for the Social Studies, Carnegie Corporation, 1934

Concerned Americans and researchers should go to American and read FREE “Conclusions and Recommendations for the Social Studies, Carnegie Corporation, 1934.” Just type “Conclusions” into the search box and book will pop up.

I wonder if any one of the presidential candidates even knows about, much less has read this important  book, which calls for a socialist america, using the schools.  And, Carnegie is still 100% in control.

Here is but one quote which relates to the present taking of private property by the federal government.

Page 16:

“In any event the Commission is convinced by its interpretation of available empirical data that the actually integrating economy of the present day is the forerunner of a consciously integrated society, in which individual economic actions and individual property, rights will be altered
and abridged.”

Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt
Former Senior Policy Advisor
U.S. Department of Education

Related article posted November 9, 2013, “Exposing the Global Road to Ruin through Education “Save America Tool Kit”, click HERE.

Published in: on April 21, 2016 at 7:16 am  Leave a Comment  


View video HERE.

FEMA High Level Briefing Mega Earthquake Swarms Coming.
Published on Apr 17, 2016
“I have come to the conclusion that we will be facing disasters of a new caliber after meeting with an Individual with very alarming information about possible future events being discussed by the federal emergency management agency. A lot of events were talked about that they are making preparations for at this time. All this and more is included in the video. Thank you all for everything you do for the community here at this channel and the community over at Bunker Report on Facebook!

View Video HERE.

Published in: on April 18, 2016 at 8:08 pm  Comments (4)  

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