Projects to Advance Creativity in Education (PACE)

“This is without a doubt the most destructive project ever conceived and carried out by the federal government using your tax money… development of values destroying programs disseminated by the National Diffusion Network, OERI, U.S. Dept. of Education. It resulted in the destruction of student AND teacher values over a period of 49 years!”


To view copy of Pacesetters, click here.  In the search engine type in “Pacesetters”.

“PACESETTERS IN INNOVATION, Cumulative Issue, presents information on Projects to Advance Creativity in Education (PACE) which were approved during fiscal years 1966, 1967, 1968, and 1969, and were still in operation as of February 1969 . The PACE program is authorized and funded under title III, Supplementary Centers and Services, of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. This volume represents a compilation of planning and operational grants. The projects were abstracted according to the format followed by the Program Development and Dissemination Branch, Bureau of Elementary and Secondary Education, and were indexed according to principles developed in the Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC), a comprehensive information system operating within the Office of Education as a branch of the Division of Information Technology and Dissemination, National Center for Educational Research and Devlelopment.”

Check out “Child Abuse in the Classroom” also at  This book compiled by Phyllis Schlafly and myself contains information on many of the NDN programs.  These programs are still in use in the nation’s schools.

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

To order the updated abridged 2011 version  of “the deliberate dumbing down of america”, it is available from 3D Research at

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