This Is What We Will Get Thanks To Tax-funded School Choice and Un-elected Boards

Maybe No. 1 attachment (booklet) will wake our people up. This document records the visit of American educators, under auspices of the U.S. Office of Education, to the Soviet Union in 1959. (Their comments were in general more negative than positive) Visit took place four years after President Eisenhower signed the first agreements with the Soviet Union, at peak of cold war; and 26 years after Carnegie’s book “Conclusions and Recommendations for Social Studies” was published in 1934 calling for using schools to change America from a capitalist economic system to a “planned” economy. President Reagan signed U.S.-USSR (Gorbachev) agreements merging the two systems in 1985. Carnegie signed agreements with Soviet Academy of Science related to development of computer courseware develpment in critical thinking (Marxist brain research) at same time. Carnegie is the tax-exempt entity implementing the Soviet polytech system in USA (Marc Tucker mainly), but others as well: Bush, Gates, CCSSO, NGA, Pearson, etc., etc. Reagan set whole change in our economy to planned economy in motion when he spearheaded the public/private partnerships (White House Private Sector Iniative) that allowed for getting rid of elected officials. No accountability to taxpayer when public and private sectors merged. I was liaison from U.S.. Dept. of Ed to that White House Initiative and questioned merger of public and private sectors. I was removed as liaison when I questioned the constitutionality of public/private sector initiatives.

Soviet_Ed_Programs-Medlin_Linquist_Schmitt-1960-36pgs-GOV-EDU.sml(1).pdf, click here.

Report_On_The_Commission_On_Social_Studies-Krey-Counts-Kimmel-Kelley-1934-179pgs-EDU.sml(4)(2)(2).pdf, click here.

What is there left to say to Americans if they do not understand this use of tax-funded school choice/charters to capture our children in this wicked scheme (limited learning for lifelong labor) and no elected officials?

Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt
Former Senior Policy Advisor
U.S. Department of Education
Published in: on September 15, 2013 at 12:10 pm  Leave a Comment  

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