ABCs of DumbDown: WHAT HAPPENED IN WICHITA, KANSAS? The Governor’s Summit and Its Far-Reaching Tentacles

A 3D Research Report by Betsy Kraus

The time was the late 1980’s. In tune with “restructuring “education, which was being implemented around the country, Governor Mike Hayden chaired a local education Governor’s Summit in Wichita, Kansas. It was attended by Shirley McCune (Theosophist and New Ager), Lamar Alexander, who had not yet been appointed as U.S. Secretary of Education, and other governors and important educational leaders. (Lamar Alexander, Governor of Tennessee from 1979 to 1987, and currently a Senator from Tennessee, served as a senior advisor to the Hudson Institute, which promotes tax funded Charter/Choice schools, for which copious funding is featured in his Reauthorization of the ESEA Act.) Both Dr. Shirley McCune and Lamar Alexander spoke at this Summit. The topic was not only education but Effective School movement. (Both the issues of Effective Schools and Charter/Choice are germane to the Reauthorization of the ESEA Act.)

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

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