February 28, 2013
In President Obama’s State of the Union address he discussed the idea of a government-sponsored universal preschool program to enhance the middle class.
Obama claimed that children benefit from preschool while having our children enter indoctrination stations earlier will cause a big “boosting [of] graduation rates, reducing teen pregnancy, even reducing violent crime.”
A fact sheet was posted on the White House website that correlated with the State of the Union address which outlined all-encompassing changes to the Head Start program.
Grover Whiteburst, researcher for the globalist think-tank, the Brookings Institute, explains: “The White House fact sheet makes it clear that the administration is proposing to work with states to fund expansion of taxpayer-funded pre-K for lower-income families. Specifically, the administration’s plan is to share the costs with states that are willing to expand public preschool to reach all 4-year-olds from families at or below 200 percent of the poverty line and that expand their half-day kindergarten programs to full day for the same families,” Whitehurst wrote. “The Obama administration’s preschool plan is consistent with the federal role in education and human services since the Lyndon Johnson administration: targeted assistance for services to the economically disadvantaged.”
• The government invests financially in pre-K programs.
• Federal funding should influence school curriculum to ensure indoctrination is taught as a rule for “evidence-based” development.
• A federal-state partnership to influence communities by directing public school systems.
• Eliminating teachers unions by federalizing teacher salaries with credit.
• School districts restrict the federal government’s ability to implement this preschool proposal
Whiteburst states: “At the very least, the administration should push for common data, assessment and program evaluation approaches, and a unified system for providing information to parents on center quality across these funding streams. A bolder direction would be to combine these funds into a single state block grant to support the early education of vulnerable young children.”
Having more government-controlled preschool would open the door for family services offered to the parents, in-home vitiations from the Department of Health and Human Services’ (DHHS) case workers, and the influence of government-approved parenting classes to ensure that children were taught at home as the government sees fit.
The DHHS oversees the Head Start program , launched in 1965, that now controls an estimated ½ million children and costs $8 billion to American taxpayers. According to a 2012 study, the influence of government indoctrination on preschoolers dissipates when the child enters 3rd grade.
It was shown through research that children benefitted from being homeschooled and when parents read to them which fostered an interest in self-education.
Laura Bornfreund, writer for the New America Foundation, says that Obama’s proposal will “guarantee access to pre-K for all 4-year olds from low and moderate-income families.”
By changing average time in a preschool program from part-time to full-time, children will learn more and the benefits will out way the costs.
Bornfreund said: “The administration should consider multiple pathways to expanding access to full-day kindergarten. If there are additional rounds of the Race to the Top state or district-level competitions, the Department of Education could make providing full-day kindergarten — and funding it at the same level as first grade — a priority of the competition; the same could be required if there are additional rounds of the Race to the Top — Early Learning Challenge. Under the School Improvement Grant program, the Department could more explicitly recommend full-day kindergarten as a strategy for turning around low-performing elementary schools.”
In September of 2012, thousands of public school teachers flooded a city park in Chicago to show their force to the union leaders and district representatives that are failing to come to an agreement that would end the continuation of the walk-out..
Globalization under directives of the UN have infiltrated our public school system in incremental stages which are now coming to a head – as evidenced with the strike in Chicago.
According to the UN Commission on Population and Development Conference (CPDC), reconditioning of the thought process of the child is an imperative if there is to be a social shift of consciousness toward the acceptance of globalization.
With the creation of the UN CPDC (UNA-USA) in 1964, pro-UN ideals have begun to infiltrate our societal memes through education and mobilization of Americans to support the principles of the UN which ultimately lead toward the acceptance of One World Government.
One example is the creation of the Model United Nations where students pretend to be UN ambassadors and debate UN agendas in a role playing exercise that is meant to inspire the idea that global governance is the future of the world’s nations.
Supported by the US Department of State, the global classroom has infiltrated more than 24 major cities public education system worldwide. Some of those cities are:
• Chicago Public Schools
• Kyung Hee University
• Lebanesse American University
• Mulberry School for Girls
In public schools, this has manifested with the inception of the global classroom which has supersede our education programs focused on teaching about our Constitutional Republic to redirect our children’s attention to the ideals of globalization.
At the University of Chicago’s Center for International Studies, globalization is being taught in order to “expose students to global issues, but also to empower them to think critically about their role as global citizens.”
The introduction of the International Baccalaureate Curriculum (IBC) with UN funding became operational in more than 1,000 public schools across America.
This anti-American and anti-Christian doctrine is designed to teach American students to focus on “humanism, redistribution of wealth, and very big on pluralism and that all religions are equal.”
The purpose of the IBC is to devise “world schools” beginning in the US and expanding into other industrialized nations. Having been founded in Switzerland in 1968, this standardized curriculum was devised to create global diplomats of all school age children.Add This to Technorati Faves