ABCs of DumbDown: “Birds of a Feather Flock Together”

“Thompson: Common Core Will Double Dropout Rate, Says Carnegie Corporation*,” by John Thompson, Scholastic Administrator, August 6, 2014.
The writer asks:

The goal of Carnegie “Challenge” research papers is “to lift up ideas and issues in a way that we hope will elevate them to the nation’s agenda.” So, why has this all-important finding not influenced the debate over the Common Core agenda? [bold in original]

What above statement says obliquely is that Carnegie — which is deeply involved in Communist Core (Common Core) since it paid for and created the original Common Core (National Assessment of Educational Progress, NAEP) in 1969 — knows that Common Core cannot succeed without putting in the lifelong community education/school to work/social service support system, using the less privileged minorities as their guinea pigs. This agenda will eventually — if Americans don’t stop tax-funded school choice/charters and the community school agenda — include ALL American children and adults as well. Beware homeschoolers! You are included in their agenda.

Read more HERE.

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

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