ESEA LOOKS TO BE HEADING FOR FINAL VOTE

FOR THE SAKE OF OUR CHILDREN

CALL YOUR CONGRESSMEN NOW! ACT IMMEDIATELY.

NO TO THE HORRIBLE ESEA REAUTHORIZATION LEGISLATION.

202-224-3121!

HOUSE AND SENATE VERSIONS OF THE ESEA REAUTHORIZATION ACT HAVE ALREADY BEEN PASSED.  ONCE THE CONFERENCE REPORT IS FINALIZED IT WILL GO TO CONGRESS FOR FINAL VOTING  (ALMOST ANY TIME NOW).

IF ESEA IS PASSED BY CONGRESS, OUR CHILDREN WILL BE LOST TO THE MARXIST “UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LIVING”  

(BlOOM & VYGOSTKY), “COMMUNITY LEARNING” (HEALTH, BEHAVIOR, SOCIALIZATION)   AND WORK FORCE TRAINING TO BE ASSURED BY ASSESSMENT AND  DATA CONTROL.

IN OTHER WORDS…YOUR CHILD… THE ASSEMBLY-LINE AUTOMATON.

Children’s brains virtually put in petri dishes, dissected, and re- constituted through behavioral and mental manipulation employing Marxist and behavioral mind-control techniques to create the “new soviet man”.

From Nelson Mullins Affiliations:

E-Update for November 13, 2015

News

Reports began circulating this week that an Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) reauthorization deal has been reached with a Conference Report likely to be introduced after Thanksgiving. Conferees could be officially announced next week with the House likely to take up the Conference Report the week after Thanksgiving followed by the Senate. This timeline is unofficial and could likely change as the process unfolds depending on, among other factors, whether the Conference Report will have the support of House Republicans and House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI).

The House was in recess this week, while the Senate went into recess on Tuesday evening. They will reconvene next Monday.
Education Counsel, in partnership with the Council of Chief State School Officers and the Center on Great Teachers and Leaders, published a new resource entitled, “Navigating the Transition: A Legal Primer on Using New State Student Assessments in Educator Evaluation.” The resource provides guidance to states and school districts as they determine how the transition to new state assessments for students will impact their educator evaluation systems. Access the resource here.

BIG BUSINESS WANTS WORK FORCE TRAINING –
 A letter to Congressional Leaders from the Business Roundtable.  They say:
“A prepared workforce is essential for U.S. employers of all sizes. This is how we guarantee a brighter future for our workers and their families.”

“We ask you to encourage the conferees to strengthen ESEA’s accountability provisions. Schools should be required to implement support strategies in cases where students are not meeting state-defined achievement goals driven by objective academic indicators, such as state-developed assessment results and graduation rates. We ask students to be accountable for their progress. We should ask the same of their schools.”

FOR MORE DETAILS GO HERE .

Latest update….Hot off press! “The House may vote to head to conference Tuesday.” Read every word and act. Early Childhood on fast track; in this bill!!!!!!!
Call, call, call: 202-224-3121

By Allie Grasgreen Ciaramella | 11/16/2015 10:00 AM EDT

With help from Kimberly Hefling, Cogan Schneier and Nirvi Shah

CLOSING IN ON AN NCLB UPDATE? : This could be an eventful week for the No Child Left Behind rewrite in Congress. After months of negotiations, lawmakers said Friday they are optimistic that a forthcoming conference committee “can reach agreement on a final bill that Congress will approve and the president will sign.” The House may vote to head to conference Tuesday. Even though the details of the agreement are still secret, conservatives are already panning it, and Education Secretary Arne Duncan is applauding it. More from Maggie Severns:http://politico.pro/1H17Zpn.

Early childhood education advocates are particularly excited about the possibility of an early education program in the bill . Amid recent questions about whether pre-K is all it’s cracked up to be, Nobel Laureate and University of Chicago economics professor James Heckman put out a working paper arguing that early childhood education programs are indeed effective, and they benefit disadvantaged children most. As those students have few alternatives to early childhood care, the findings apply to universal programs as well, Heckman and his team argue. But the evidence for universal programs is “somewhat ambiguous”: http://bit.ly/1HRSVW2.
INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION CELEBRATION : The Institute of International Education released its 2015 Open Doors report today [http://bit.ly/1hK5cCp], in partnership with the State Department’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. The release kicks off International Education Week, an initiative from the State and Education Departments to urge more Americans to study abroad, as well as encourage international students to study in the U.S. IIE has been gathering the Open Doors data since 1954, and co-hosts a briefing on the latest data at9:30 a.m. ET at the National Press Club. Some of the findings:
International students contributed $30 billion to the U.S. economy last year, up from $26.8 billion for 2013-2014, according to an analysis by NAFSA: Association of International Educators [http://bit.ly/1SSa1cK]. The money comes from international students’ tuition, room and board, shopping and travel. While most people think these students “drain the economy, they do just the opposite,” said Peggy Blumenthal, IIE senior counselor to the president.
Overall, the number of international students studying in the U.S. increased by 10 percent . That’s the highest rate of growth in 35 years. China sent the most students – over 300,000, or 11 percent more than the previous year. Nearly 30 percent more Indians came than the year before – mostly doing graduate studies, often in STEM. Latin America showed large increases, too, partly due to regional government initiatives and the State Department’s 100,000 Strong in the Americas program, Blumenthal said.
The number U.S. students studying abroad increased about 5 percent, the largest increase since the 2008 recession. Still, Blumenthal said this is “not nearly good enough.” She added that though the proportion of minorities studying abroad has increased to 25 percent, more needs to be done. She noted that the State Department has created a special office [http://1.usa.gov/1Slibtp] to help students find ways to study abroad.

Lots of campuses and organizations are holding “access for all”-themed events for International Education Week; the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs has a searchable database [ http://1.usa.gov/1X0N6N0]. On Wednesday, more than 125 colleges and other organizations will be on hand for an online college fair [http://bit.ly/1lnyCLk]. And on Thursday at 10 a.m. ET, Assistant Secretary Evan Ryan will participate in a webchat by EducationUSA, a State Department network of more than 400 international student advising centers in 170 countries, about resources and opportunities for international students in the U.S., including students with disabilities [ http://1.usa.gov/1X0N9bq].

Related: ABCs of DumbDown: Urgent Action Alert: Defeat Reauthorization Of ESEA, click here.

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  1. I can’t believe we keep begging these F****** parasites to stop the continual enslavement of we the people and turning our children into guinea pigs with indoctrination not education toxic if not poison vaccines, soon to be mandated, when are we the people going to bring in the firing squared?
    begging is not going to make it, where are the oath keepers when it’s abundantly clear these F parasites in govt. are in violation of their oaths on a daily basis, when are they going to step-up and march on the capitols gun in hand?


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