Public Schools or Public Screwels? Part 36

This is part 36.

Here is a post from the Massachusetts anti-radical sex ed group:

my daughter’s history teacher is constantly trying to indoctrinate the class. When my daughter questioned her on a topic, the teacher mocked her and laughed at her in front of the whole class. I did complain but of course nothing was done. Then she mocked her again just before vacation started. I emailed the principal and superintendent this time and had a conversation with the principal. But what can I demand? I’ve been told by a trusted source that the teacher is untouchable and all I can do is make the school’s life hell so they in turn may do something on their own. Very frustrating to have a bully for a teacher and you can’t do anything about it.

This was one of her propaganda slides. It was in the civil rights curriculum, I went to the MA DOD site and did not see anything about discussing this in the curriculum. Other topics they discussed in class were listed. Whether for or against illegal immigration, this slide is pure BS. This teacher also added her preferred pronouns to her work email signature, and went on a rant about how women get paid less than men. When my daughter questioned this saying her mom always made more than her dad, the teacher asked where we both worked and used that as an excuse to say my daughter was wrong because they were different jobs. She also went on rant complaining about she missed making tenure a few years ago because she missed 12 weeks of work (which were not all paid!) when she chose to have a baby. Claimed is discriminating against women. I told my daughter if she brings that up again, just say well a man who was in a car accident or needed surgery and missed 12 weeks of work also would’ve missed tenure since he did not actually work the required number of hours, as stated in your union contract. So do you want equal rights or more rights than everyone else? But she immediately shuts anyone down who does not agree with her. I will see how the school responds to my bullying complaint. My daughter has autism, so this teacher is attacking a disabled student, and the majority of her teachers cannot follow a simple IEP.


After I made a post showing a picture of where Facebook’s “fact checkers” were accusing of “fake news” and threatening to limit their reach if the “fact checker” labeled them “fake news” too many times and he said in reply

Look into the OECD’s International Artificial Intelligence Principles co-created with help from all the big tech giants. The Trump administration has signed on. They are AI Standards (Common Standards) for an “inclusive” internet. The UN Smart City gurus are outsmarting this administration and eliminating free speech (think of what will be curtailed in online curriculum).


I think I found something along the lines tying this stuff to the SDGs: https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/blog/2018/10/cybersecurity-and-fake-news-to-dominate-list-of-concerns-at-internet-governance-forum/


I also found this concerning the Internet of Trust that the article above was talking about: https://www.intgovforum.org/multilingual/index.php?q=filedepot_download/6037/1555


Here is a post from the Massachusetts anti-radical sex ed group:

Uh sound familiar ??

“G. K. Chesterton once said that the family is a cell of resistance to oppression. Unfortunately, this was one point of Catholic theology that the communists agreed with. To undermine Polish culture, communists struck at its heart—the family. Work and school schedules were organized so that parents had minimal contact with each other and with their children. Birth control and abortion were encouraged, state-sponsored sex education was implemented in schools, and apartments were built to accommodate only small families.”

Jason Evert, Saint John Paul the Great: His Five Loves


Here is a post from a friend fo mine:

Here are just a few of the sketchy items on the TulsaPublicSchools agenda for the meeting on Monday Feb. 24:

NOTICE THE SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL DATA GRAB. Check the sponsors/funders/investors of the named programs, e.g. City Lab.

My friend Alison has taken a lot of abuse from parents and teachers who simply cannot face the reality of this. It’s happening, folks. TPS is going down and taking 40,000 children and youth with it. She is 100% correct about where this is going.

RATIONALE: The colaboration between The Opportunity Project and Tulsa Public Schools was developed through the Walace Foundation’s Partnership for Social Emotional Learning Initiative (PSELI), where the work centers around school day staff and out-of-school time partners aligning efforts to implement social and emotional learning strategies for students and adults. A key component of the co laboration is to develop and implement comprehensive systems and supports, that bridge in-school and out-of-school programs, in order to create seamless expanded learning experiences that provide students with the time and space to master skils, explore interests, and to build positive relationships with peers and adults.

RECOMMENDATION: Enter into a contract with the Yale Center for Emotional Inte ligence to provide training and technical assistance services for the implementation of the RULER program in the folowing authorized schools: McClure, Whitman, Eugene Field, Council Oak, Robertson, Grissom, and Hamilton, in addition to the RULER district team.
RATIONALE: RULER is an evidence-based approach for integrating social and emotional learning into schools, developed at the Yale Center for Emotional Inte ligence. RULER applies “hard science” to the teaching of what have historicaly been caled “soft skils.” RULER teaches the skils of emotional inte ligence — those associated with recognizing, understanding, labeling, expressing, and regulating emotion. Decades of research show that these skils are essential to effective teaching and learning, sound decision making, physical and mental health, and success in school and beyond. Currently, RULER is implemented in these schools across the district: McClure, Whitman, Eugene Field, Council Oak, Robertson, Grissom, and Hamilton.

RECOMMENDATION: Approve a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with YMCA Go Club of Tulsa to provide an extended summer school program for kindergarten through fifth grade students enro led at Hamilton, Kendal Whittier, Clinton West, Cooper, McClure, and Whitman elementary schools for a total of up to 240 students at each site for the 2020 summer school session. The district wil include the use of space at each site and sharing of data colected for evaluation purposes. The program wil be offered to students for free.

Enter into a contract with Great Minds LLC, Washington, DC, to provide the district with access to mathematics professional development sessions at Wilson Teaching and Learning including “Preparation and Customization of a Eureka Math Lesson”, “Focus on Fluency”, and “Lead Eureka Math”.

RECOMMENDATION: Authorize Tulsa Public Schools to enter into a multi-agency agreement to support City Lab, a spring and summer break youth development and employment program. This agreement defines roles and responsibilities between and amongst Tulsa Community Colege, Tulsa Public Schools, City Year Tulsa, and the Tulsa Regional Stem A liance.

RATIONALE: City Lab is a youth employment development and employment program that Tulsa Public Schools and Tulsa Community Colege deliver in partnership. City Lab connects high school youth to real-world problems and prepares them to design solutions. The program is grant funded and focuses on students at Hale High School, East Central High School, Central High School, and Rogers High School. Tulsa Public Schools designed and piloted City Lab in the 2018-2019 school year.


And some replies to this post:

Ruler is part of the TN building strong brains. https://littlesis.org/org/346287-RULER


Found a CityLab High School in Dallas. Also tied to Wallace Foundation. Though this article is from 2017.

https://www.dallasnews.com/news/education/2017/08/28/as-the-school-year-begins-what-s-new-for-dallas-isd/

The district, working in conjunction with Dallas education nonprofits Big Thought and Dallas Afterschool, received a million-dollar grant from the Wallace Foundation to launch the effort, focused on concepts such as self-efficacy, goal-setting, empathy and teamwork.


Commit!


I think Big Thought was connected to the badging, Wallace and MacArthur stuff Alison Hawver McDowell wrote about. They also have had contracts with TEA.
hexagons


I’m sensing a theme.


The Texas Triangle!



Here is a post from a friend of mine:

GLOBAL GOVERNMENT AT WORK – Create a global tax system which has been in the works for years

US Treasury’s Mnuchin: Tax certainty needed on global basis

https://reut.rs/2VefswE?fbclid=IwAR3_stkjRI5E8piys_lmpaZ90AQeT2f2EcYmKWhu0LuUVOBBwHdW9Xppm0c


And another post from her:

Gorbachev’s address to the Club of Rome
20 November 2009

Your Majesty,
Dear Members of the Club of Rome,
Ladies and Gentlemen,

The theme chosen for discussion at this Assembly, the interdependency of environmental problems, energy and the overcoming of the global economic crisis, indicates that the Club of Rome continues to be highly responsive to the trends observed in the global development. It is the interconnectedness of these problems that is of fundamental importance today. However, by no means everybody has come to realize this.

The events of the recent years and months have shown with renewed sense of urgency just how tightly all the key challenges and threats the humanity confronted during the last decades of the past century are intertwined. Today, they are felt increasingly keenly.

The environmental challenge is the biggest of them.

It has accumulated virtually every problem of concern to humanity. Today we are no longer talking of a purely environmental agenda. It relates directly to the problems in the area of security, to the probability of increasingly dangerous inter-ethnic and international conflicts. It relates directly to multimillion migration flows that are already having their destabilizing effects on politics and the economy. It relates directly to the growing poverty and social inequality, water crisis, and the shortage of energy and food.

The latest climate science is deeply disturbing. It is the last wake-up call. All the excuses and justifications for inaction, as well as pseudoscientific arguments should be finally discarded.

And another very important point I need to make: the talk about the efforts to save our environment undermining the economy has been refuted by life itself. We have seen even more clearly in the recent months that it is not the desire to ensure normal conditions of life for current and coming generations that undermines the economy. Crippling the economy are factors of a very different nature: the irresponsible drive for profit at any cost, the blind faith in the “invisible hand of the market”, failure of the state to act, and the patterns of consumerism that have been forced onto the world.

The current economic crisis is, in my view, far from over. Those who have been on the periphery of the economic development before are yet to fully see and comprehend its consequences. For the rest of us, the implications of the crisis will be severe as well. However, they will be deemed inconsequential compared to the devastation that the threat to the environment might bring to the world. And this devastation is inevitable if the efforts to steer ourselves out of the financial and economic crisis are confined to stop-gap measures, leading to the preservation of the old model and business as usual.

We must take action to save our planet. This should be a common task for the governments, the business and scientific community and civil society. Each of the stakeholders in this noble cause has a role to play and opportunities that are offered in the process. However, the world today is such that the main burden of responsibility lies with the states and their institutions.

Only the state can enforce strict standards and norms without which the efforts to tackle the climate change are meaningless. Only the state can mobilize resources and funds to encourage and deploy breakthrough technologies. Only the state can provide adequate support to those who find themselves particularly vulnerable in the context of the changing climate. And this support will be definitely needed. It is already clear today.

However, the states today are all too often acting quite the opposite: spending hundreds of billions on weapons, the trade in which has blown into a corruption scandal on a global scale, subsidizing the past century’s fossil fuel-based industries, not the energy sector of the future, saving money on social programs instead of investing in human capital.

A few weeks from now, state representatives will gather in Copenhagen to usher in a new and important era of cooperation between the states in addressing the climate change. It depends on them whether it will be a strong and convincing start or a weak and hope-shattering act.

Green Cross International, of which I am the Founding President, is concerned by the gap between the negotiating process and the latest scientific evidence. Proposals that are now on the table are more consistent with a path to 3-4°C warming than the science-based ‘maximum of 2°C’ endorsed by the leaders of the major economies in L’Aquila. Because of the differences between the industrialized and developing countries the official UNFCCC negotiating process has run into gridlock.

Much is determined today by the US position. President Obama’s personal commitment to success in Copenhagen is obvious; however, his opportunities are limited by the systemic difficulties related to the position of the US Congress. Without meaningful contribution by the United States no success is possible in cutting emissions or assisting developing countries.

A number of countries have already achieved significant progress.

China is on track to meet the energy targets in its 11th Five Year Plan and has announced its intentions to do more.

India has unveiled an ambitious solar program. Brazil, South Africa, Mexico, and other developing countries have also taken far-reaching steps.

The European Union appears to be holding firm on its target, and the new Japanese government recently announced an ambitious plan to cut emissions 25% by 2020.

Russia has set for itself ambitious goals in cutting the energy intensity of production and reducing gas flaring.

At the recent UN climate summit, the tone was more positive than it has ever been. The speeches were already about ‘how’ not ‘whether’. The state leaders can no longer fail to hear the alarm bell ringing. A strong effective agreement in Copenhagen or soon afterwards is feasible. This should be the baseline assumption and the goal to be sought vigorously.

Achieving meaningful progress will require the exercise of political will at the highest levels. Therefore, it is essential that the conference is attended by the heads of state and government. This is required both by the scale and the complexity of the challenge.

A kind of a ‘global deal’ between industrialized and developing countries is needed.
Industrialized countries must lead the way with both deep emission cuts at home, and strong financial and technical support for mitigation of climate change in the developing world.

Developing countries – especially those with large fast-growing economies such as China, India and Brazil – must recognize their growing responsibilities for the health of the planet and the fact that low-carbon development is the only viable future for any economy.

It is clear that fleshing out of political decisions that are taken is a colossal task. They should be converted into real technologies and mechanisms. A dramatic increase in investment in energy-efficient technology and production, renewable energy sources, new engineering solutions for power industry and transportation sectors will be required. Again, political need would be needed for this process not to be stalled.

The cost of implementing these efforts will be huge. We talk about hundreds of billions of dollars. However, these estimates should be viewed in context. Trillions of dollars have been spent to bail out the global banking system. Trillions are still being spent for military purposes. That what will be spent to build a low-carbon economy will work for the future of humanity.

However, a low-carbon economy is only a part of this new economic model we need so badly today. The model that has been around for the past five decades should be replaced. Of course, it cannot be achieved overnight, but I think we can already discuss reference points and general contours of this new model.

It means, above all, the overcoming of the economy’s ‘addiction’ to super-profits and hyper-consumption, which is not possible unless societies reshape their values. It means shifting of the increasingly larger swaths of the economy to production of ‘social goods’, among which the sustainable environment takes a centre stage.

These social goods also include human health in the broad sense of the word, education, culture, equal opportunities, and social unity, including the elimination of the glaring gaps between the rich and the poor.

Society needs all this not only because ethical imperatives dictate it. The economic benefits to be brought by these “goods” are enormous. However, economists are yet to learn how to measure them. An intellectual breakthrough is needed here. A new model of economy cannot be built without it.

Ethical re-education of the business community would also be needed. Today businesses and their leaders tend to take their stand on environmental issues depending on the anticipated impact it will have on their business over the short, or at best, mid-term. There are some exclusions to it – socially and environmentally responsible companies – but these exclusions should become a rule. It is this kind of business that will be competitive in the coming decades. This should happen under the influence of shifts in taxation and the structure of subsidies and incentives. But this not enough: civil society also has its role in ‘educating’ the business, including through shifts in consumption patterns.

I have come now to a very important point. Civil society has already played a huge role in changing people’s mindsets, in exerting pressure political processes. However, at the present, critical stage it has an even harder task to accomplish: become a full-fledged participant in the process of making and implementing the decisions that will shape the face of the environment and the economy for decades to come.

Green Cross International believes that non-governmental organizations should take action both individually – in line with their goals and opportunities – and jointly. An integrated approach is needed, reflecting the inter-related nature of the global challenges. Within this approach solutions should be sought to amplify the voices of the public. We see the emergence of increasingly more communications channels for this, including the so-called ‘social networks’.

This approach forms the basis of an initiative launched by a number of organizations including Green Cross International, the Club of Rome, the Club of Madrid, Nobel Peace Laureates Summit, and other NGOs, as well as prominent scientists to develop a joint “beyond Copenhagen” roadmap. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, with whom we had a fruitful meeting in Geneva recently, has shown support to our initiative.

We expect that the Task Force we have launched will provide an impetus to the negotiating process as early as at the stage of working out an agreement in Copenhagen. We seek to stir the public opinion on the issue by disseminating ‘alerts’ available to everybody via a cell phone or PC.

I would like to inform you that yesterday the second meeting of the Task Force took place. We had a heated debate, which helped us understand more clearly what we want and what we can do. I hope some of you in the audience would be able to join this initiative.

The other day, my family and I celebrated the first birthday of my first great-granddaughter. She is one of those who will inherit our planet from us. We, who are past our life’s meridian, bear responsibility for the disastrous, virtually emergency state of our planet, our home. Therefore, we cannot sit idle. We must take action to assure our grandchildren and great-grandchildren of a future.


And yet another post from her: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8016361/EU-planning-network-police-facial-recognition-cameras-report-claims.html?fbclid=IwAR2sLRKWOVsm3dkOvO6HimA7Vh7EcfSrHNZ-5mXVBskTDmHPcw8tqyHXgzs


Here is a post that was shared in the New York anti-radical sex ed group:

🔥🔥Every year educators from around the country head to the CSE National Sex Ed Conference in New Jersey to participate in a 4 day conference where they learn all about teaching Comprehensive Sexuality Education in their classrooms.🔥🔥

Here are some of the names of the workshops that have been included in the conference in prior years:

  • Woman’s Anatomy of Sexual Arousal: Secret Maps to Buried Pleasure
  • Transgender Inclusive Sex Ed: The Basics and Beyond
  • Saying Yes to Consent: An Interactive Curriculum
  • Lust that Lasts: How to Inspire Sex-Positive Thinking about Older Age
  • Viva La Vulva: What’s Up With Down There?
  • Let’s Talk About Sex: Strategies for Teaching Sexual Education to Students from Conservative Religious and Cultural Backgrounds (In other words… how to separate children from their families beliefs and values. 😳🔥‼️)
  • Rural Rainbows: Starting an LGBTQ Youth Group in the Country
  • Developing an Online Sex Ed Scavenger Hunt (So dangerous‼️‼️‼️)
  • Teaching Condom Safety to an Audience with Special Needs
  • Make It Happen: Teaching Sex Ed without a Safety Net
  • Secrets of Male Pleasure Men’s Anatomy of Arousal
  • Walking in Her Shoes: Education About Abortion While Simultaneously Changing the Debate Around Reproductive Health Care

‼️‼️Massachusetts’ very own, Shira Cahn-Lipman has been a speaker at this conference in the past. Ms. Cahn-Lipman is the Manager of Youth and Professional Education at Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts and is on the panel that is currently rewriting the sex ed standards for the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.‼️‼️

So, let’s summarize. Ms. Cahn-Lipman, who works for Planned Parenthood and attends and speaks at a conference that offers workshops titled “Viva La Vulva: What’s Up with Down There” is on the panel rewriting sex ed standards for what will be taught to YOUR CHILDREN.😳😳😳

Are you okay with this? ❓❓❓

See additional links below in the comments that verify the information I have posted here.


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

More Tulsa World propaganda here. George Kaiser Family Foundation and Tulsa Community Foundation are promoting an engineered society right here in Tulsa. If you want to know why a fine liberal arts university is being destroyed (complete with harsh retaliation against those professors who have been courageous enough to decry it), if you want to know why Tulsa Public Schools is firing hundreds of people even as GKFF is supporting cyber training for every classroom, if you want to know why preschoolers are data-mined with SurveillancePlaytables, look no further than a Malthusian program of SocialEngineering. Ole George has a dream for a Beta City, and Tulsa is unlucky enough to be his raw material. And Oakland, too. Oakland and Tulsa are in the same petri dish. See: https://sandiegofreepress.org/2018/04/oakland-is-californias-destroy-public-education-petri-dish/#.XlLg-B5ME0N

And the post that she quoted:

With optimism and revenue soaring, Flipcause, a software company based in Oakland, California, recently made a bold move.

https://www.tulsaworld.com/business/from-oakland-to-oklahoma-california-software-company-targets-tulsa-for/article_193b2f36-c31e-533a-92a7-e44248e861ed.html?fbclid=IwAR27M9mN2h9jEcum7_VRb39MJyWXc9ma1ONuTxjuMdui8ZSl9EnGkuzhFsI


And some replies to this post:

“If you want to know why a fine liberal arts university is being destroyed (complete with harsh retaliation against those professors who have been courageous enough to decry it)…”
Can you elaborate with examples of the harsh retaliation?


Here’s what’s happened to Jake. He’s by no means the only one.😧


thanks, I had forgotten about this sordid episode. There are others as well as a plethora of more subtle pressures to shut up and get with the program! NEVER!!!


i’ve been hearing that TPS teachers are afraid of retaliation as well. Maybe not by 900-partner law firm, but by being black-balled if they ever tried to get a position in another nearby district. 😢


I never thought about owning a gun until I my former principal retaliated against me. However, there enough teachers who have escaped that other districts realize TPS’ bullshit.



And another post from her:

Community-based schools are being pushed by education reformers in Tulsa. Union Public Schools, and Eugene Fields and Kendall-Whittier elementary schools in Tulsa Public are paradigmatic examples. ImpactTulsa, part of tbe StriveTogether network, will expand this model throughout its partner school districts. This is about DataCapture.


And yet another post from her:

Skills mapping. For human capital futures markets. This is digital slavery, people.

Let’s imagine you have a child who is 13 years old. If this awful scheme becomes standard practice in 5 years (as it will if no one opposes it), your child will be skills-rated (including soft- skills and personality traits) so that employers and HuCap market speculators can make a solid bid on her. Pre-K and K-12 are doing the same things, so if you have a 2 year old now, his permanent skills map would begin to be added to blockchain at 7 years old. And what if, when he’s 11 years old, his map shows that he’d be a phenomenal musician. But the OneBorg doesn’t need any more musicians. It needs remote drone operators. What happens then? Impact intervention time! Re-tool that 11 year old so that once he’s of age to work, he won’t miss his cello at all. In fact, he’ll be glad he was ridded of it! But market speculators love wild cards. They have amazing upside potential. So who knows? He might get to keep his cello after all. Let’s just hope he’s not being shorted.

https://www.educationdive.com/news/with-skills-mapping-colleges-create-a-universal-language-to-explain-valu/557422/?fbclid=IwAR2_emw86flOWTf5T5bYkUdXn9owrc1eiCm3L-m1jQXDgckwaZxdcC5nNiI


And some replies to this post:

People need to know about this. This is a post on Learning Machine, behind the Union High School transcript.


so many things wrong with this! The mental disorder analogy, the fact that this one is well-written as far as these articles go, the Lumina Foundation involvement. Pseudo-humanity choosing to deform itself and taking the rest of us down too. I just saw a Lumina funded report about student success coaches – the mappers of this grotesque. American Council on Education is also mentioned.

https://www.educationdive.com/news/3-higher-ed-groups-urge-colleges-to-speed-up-data-analytics-adoption/561694/



And yet another post from her:

Explaining higher education through legos. No, seriously. Real legos. Or maybe virtual legos?

“At the kickoff of his talk, Michael M. Crow elaborated about how a universal learning system should be designed and what building blocks would be needed to create a new university.”


And yet another post from her:

Guess what? The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has a program called “The Honesty Gap” that rates each of the fifty states according to how closely State reports of student proficiency levels reflect NAEP standards. States that match the NAEP standards are labeled as “Top Truth Tellers” while States like Oklahoma are “Honesty Challenged.”

In the technocratic future, Trust is an all-important asset. That’s why the social impact investors from the Chamber of Commerce have to take over hospitals and universities – like St. John Health System and the University of Tulsa. It’s because most of us would be horrified to know how impact investors are experimenting on vulnerable people and setting up a reality that looks like The Hunger Games. So impact investors do this work through a “trusted partner” whose activities aren’t likely to be scrutinized. Here are the buzzwords: Fidelity, loyalty, sharing culture, true commitment, strive together, rowing in unison, mission aligned, etc.

Labeling Oklahoma as “Honesty Challenged” is quite a reprimand, then! And it paves the way for all sorts of honesty impact pilots. With lie detector tests perhaps? Or maybe just FB’s fact-checkers. Either way, this is quite a disturbing acceptance of thought-police tactics by the U.S. Chamber. Maybe that’s why so many of the Chamber of Commerce folks are so susceptible to group think.

https://honestygap.org/state/oklahoma/?fbclid=IwAR1MMG3LLCKe_FKY6x9qaIYXyTVPIbv4pvb1erPB3z0vSEfAtiyb_QtUaZ4


Here is a post from the Massachusetts anti-radical sex ed group:

If we don’t stand against the Sex-Ed Mandate now, this is next for MA. In fact, Jeff Perrotti of the Safe Schools Program for LGBTQ Youth said as much at a presentation he gave in Newbury last spring. I attended this event along with a friend. I could hardly believe what I heard.

Jeff opened the evening by introducing himself and declaring he was there to “gay up the school.” He then immediately began to explain the function that his department serves in the schools and what he is responsible for specifically. Here’s the list: develop policy, conduct training for teachers, administrators, and student leaders, coordinate student leadership councils, develop and implement inclusive curriculum to teach LGBTQ human sexuality and gender, and to implement LGBTQ content across the curriculum, in other words to extend LGBTQ lessons and the plethora of gender pronouns throughout all subjects. I imagine this might show up in things like math word problems, inserting content into English and writing lessons, like using the pronoun “they” to refer to a single non-binary identifying person, history, etc.

It was this presentation that so alarmed me and motivated me to do deeper research. The more I learned about what was happening in MA schools, the more concerned I became. I began to understand that our children were in real danger and that they were being indoctrinated and sexualized with my tax dollars. Fast forward six months and Massachusetts informed Parents was launched.

Parents and concerned citizens, it is time to engage and to stay engaged. Momentary outrage doesn’t accomplish much. This will be a long and hard fight. But our children are worth it. Invite all of your like-minded friends to join MIP!

https://amp.northjersey.com/amp/2712628001?fbclid=IwAR2W3kVnbOo7MXUYvP7Ar1nL30s_dEUvsgdveVJC_j8CCZUBnjRKkkYngIk


And some replies to this post:

I am a longtime educator in New Jersey and I am adamantly opposed to what is occurring here and am fighting against it at every turn. This is an extremely aggressive agenda and will require outside helping hands. Regarding this agenda, it is my belief that we are a test state for the Northeast and after this takes hold here, [name redacted] is correct in stating that it will most assuredly be adopted in Massachusetts. I think this is a federal issue where in this LGBT curriculum mandate is in direct conflict with religious rights and freedoms. It is designed in Most states so that there is no opt-out. It is absolutely unconstitutional but scores of clergymen refuse to step up in opposition and that is one reason why this cancer is spreading so quickly. These are leaders in our communities and this is when we need them most. It is up to us to push clergy men and women to be at the Forefront of this fight. They are very influential and lead the masses. If ever we needed to hear from them, it is now. It is an outrage and an affront to God for clergymen to suggest that this is a political issue. This is very much a moral fight
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Yours wasn’t the only test state. So was mine: https://will.illinois.edu/news/story/pritzker-signs-bill-requiring-illinois-schools-teach-lgbt-history


Thanks for sharing . Of course this is not without precedent. I have this saved . From Medical News & Perspectives – August 12, 1998:
Melvin Sabshin, MD, who recently retired after 23 years as medical director of the APA, recalled “tumultuous” demonstrations by gay activists objecting to the classification of homosexuality as an illness and by Vietnam War protesters at the APA’s annual meeting in San Francisco, Calif, in 1970, a year when he served as program director. “It was guerrilla theater,” he said, “with lots of hard words,” so disruptive, in fact, that the APA hired a security consultant to try to ensure more orderly demonstrations at future annual meetings. Homosexuality was removed from the list of disorders by the board of the APA in 1973. In 1974 only 58 percent, a small majority, voted to support the board.
“Gay and lesbian psychiatrists,” Cabaj said, “have worked within the APA, some holding high elective offices, and within the medical and larger community.
After lobbying unsuccessfully to keep military psychiatrists from being seated in the APA assembly because they did not adhere to the APA’s guidelines on gay rights, Cabaj said, the gay groups sought to “educate” military psychiatrists about the “ethical bind” they were in.
From wikipedia:
In 1971, members of the Gay Liberation Front organization sabotaged an APA conference in San Francisco.
From Newsweek magazine:
Here’s what actually happened, according to the August 23, 1971 edition of Newsweek (cited here),
… it is the psychiatrists who have experienced the full rage of the homosexual activists. Over the past two years, gay-lib organizations have repeatedly disrupted medical meetings, and three months ago – in the movements most aggressive demonstration so far – a group of 30 militants broke into a meeting of the American Psychiatric Association in Washington, where they turned the staid proceedings into near chaos for twenty minutes.‘We are here to denounce your authority to call us sick or mentally disordered,’ shouted the group’s leader, Dr. Franklin Kameny, while the 2,000 shocked psychiatrists looked on in disbelief.‘For us, as homosexuals, your profession is the enemy incarnate. We demand that psychiatrists treat us as human beings, not as patients to be cured!’
And that was just the beginning according to author Ryan Sorba. Citing pages 130-131 of The Gay Crusaders, a history of the homosexual movement authored by homosexual activists Kay Tobin and Randy Wicker, Sorba writes,
On June 7, 1971, Franklin Kameny wrote a letter to the Psychiatric News threatening the APA with not only more, but worse, disruptions. In this letter he states,“Our presence there was only the beginning of an increasingly intensive campaign by homosexuals to change the approach of psychiatry toward homosexuality or, failing that, to discredit psychiatry.”
Following these threats the APA’s Board of Trustees decided to remove homosexuality from its official list of psychiatric disorders.
It is interesting that the three great pioneers of psychiatry – Freud, Jung and Adler – all saw homosexuality as disordered. And, while it is true that by the 1970s many psychiatrists had a different opinion, it was not science that ultimately settled the question; it was threats and intimidation.
There is your proof that it was political pressure, not solid science, that got homosexuality removed from the APA’s list of mental disorders.


The narrative of the LGBTQ lobby is so deeply entrenched and the social price to oppose them so high that many prefer to be silent. We can not be silent any longer. When we are silent they own the narrative; when we speak we create our own narrative. Our children are being harmed. Our society is being harmed. We no longer have the luxury of letting others speak for us while staying in the shadows. Be brave, speak out, talk to your family and friends,call your legislators. Be heard



Whether or not you thought the students’s comments were appropriate, it’s clear that a school punishing students for even racist comments that they made off school property and on the weekend at their own homes is a clear OVERREACH of authority: https://activistmommy.com/lawsuit-launched-after-michigan-school-suspends-students-for-what-they-did-at-home-on-the-weekend/


Here is a post from an anti-Common Core group:

TX is a non-common core state but it’s not what you think. Apparently parents & teachers got together to keep elements of it – MATH!!! What’s shocking is that my Kinder grandson’s Christian school has it. Totally upset. If I read correctly schools are not required to use it. Am I correct? I’ll check the files also. 🙂 I’ve been looking online for articles/videos of how it is dumbing down kids and the whole system is failing. I want to take it to the administrators. Thank you so much for helping!


Watch out for those surveys in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools: https://www.wfae.org/post/cms-survey-asks-students-grades-6-12-report-sexual-orientation?fbclid=IwAR1HbbYX_bRmLOitpEa3jw-R0iWVlQbheoa596wD32bOHsMi8zi67-ag6mc#stream/0


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

BLOOMBERG. You know it’s bad when a recent article in TIME Magazine (Salesforce) referred to him as “Peak Billionaire.”

This chilling post was written for Tulsa and for the cities like ours that have been targeted for a Peak Billionaire takeover. Bloomberg is a partner in Blue Meridian, a social impact investing collaboration, with our local billionaires. It makes sense, then, that Tulsa is on Bloomberg’s hit list. Moreover, Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum works with Bloomberg through Results for America, Behavioural Insights, and Cities of Service, to name a few interlocks.. Tulsa is test location for Harvard Gov Lab and Aspen Institute programs, and the Tulsa Community Foundation has given millions of dollars to the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City. And have you noticed all those intrusive security cams at every intersection? Thanks, Bloomberg! What about the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s transportation plan? Bloomberg and UN SDGs. New America, Raikes Foundation… we’ve got it all.

Become educated about this. And for goodness’ sake, don’t take the money!


And another post from her:

The ubiquitous push for lifelong-learning is related to the massive upcoming disruption to traditional occupations by Artificial Intelligence. This not only affects unskilled labor, it will affect white collar professions – including doctors and lawyers – that provide services which can be delivered virtually or through smart contracts. A lot of educated people will be without work, and they will need to be managed and re-tooled so that a civil crisis doesn’t threaten the hedge funds. How to control people, then? Lifelong-learning! The Soviets knew how effective bread lines were for keeping the peace. Lifelong-learning is the new bread line.


And yet another post from her:

See this post about athletics and social engineering. The University of Tulsa is testing the SHAPE program that’s mentioned in this post, as well as doing brain-trauma research. Want to know why Union is building a new stadium and TU won’t give up football? BRAIN STUDIES. I think I recall that Frederic Dorwart was on the Tulsa Stadium Trust board. The physical fitness and brain studies coincides with the ed-reformers’ militarization of education. Several ed reform groups are advocating for a military service year requirement after high school. The fitness impact studies aim to ensure that students are physically ready for military duties.


Here is a post from the Utah anti-Common Core group:

There’s a bill that would allow this for middle schoolers & high schoolers in sex ed class.

https://le.utah.gov/~2020/bills/static/SB0136.html

S.B. 136 Healthy Lifestyles Revisions will remove the prohibition on advocacy of contraceptive methods or devices (line 68), which means condoms could be handed out freely in class & demonstrated how they should be used (contraceptives are covered as part of our current sex ed, but they cannot be given out to students & advocated for).
This bill also removes “marriage and fidelity after marriage” (line 60-61) from being taught as part of our abstinence-based sex ed & changes it to Comprehensive Sex Ed (all of the problems we had with the inappropriate Health CoreGuide resources will then be allowed to be integrated into the curriculum permanently).


And another post from this group:

There are SO many bad education bills this year.


Watch out at Marshall Middle School in Minnesota: https://christianaction.org/top-stories-of-the-day/parents-students-want-gay-pride-flag-out-of-their-school/


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

“This is stuff that we do to animals in the wild and pets,” said Liz O’Sullivan, technology director of the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project. “It’s inhumane.”

Scary stuff. Watch this video..looks like prison monitors instead of a school .
“The clip showed a man stealing a bag and then using logs of phone data collected throughout the day to match his identity with video footage. Inpixon calls this “RF Video Connector,” and Ali noted that this technique could also be used in schools.
While Ali maintained that the data collected from schools is anonymized, much of what it collects from devices are persistent identifiers and can be easily engineered to figure out who a person is. ” (video from article)


And another post from her:

Heads Up Lumina grants for databadges
The Lumina grantees in this project are:

Connecticut State Colleges & Universities
Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education
Illinois Board of Higher Education
Minnesota Office of Higher Education and Minnesota State Colleges and University System
Montana University System
New Jersey Office of the Secretary of Higher Education
Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education
South Dakota Board of Technical Education
The University System of Georgia
In total, Lumina is investing more than $2 million in this effort with grants to the individual states ranging from $100,000 to $350,000.

These projects are part of a broader Lumina effort to update our nation’s systems for defining, assuring, and improving the quality of learning beyond high school. As part of this broader initiative, Lumina formed a Quality Credentials Task Force

https://www.luminafoundation.org/news-and-views/lumina-announces-grants-to-9-states-to-advance-quality-and-equity?fbclid=IwAR0nu6EQZQs5T1yQccMgXb2D9-NSaMYNiLXGJrFIcXDUjyliTk7HjkAIq8s


And a reply to this post:

That is here in Georgia. I was just looking at a new state law that allows the state bd of Ed to collect local assessment data throughout the year. They are calling it a reduction in testing.

http://www.legis.ga.gov/legislation/en-US/Display/20192020/SB/367



And yet another post from her:

EU poised to create massive transatlantic facial-recognition database …to link with facial-recognition database in US

“The EU is laying the groundwork for a massive international facial recognition database that may someday hook into the one maintained by the US, according to leaked internal documents.

National police forces of 10 EU member states are calling for a legal framework to create a massive system of interlinked facial recognition databases “as quickly as possible,” a report leaked to the Intercept on Friday reveals. Austria is leading the way on the project, which was still in its early phases as of November, when the report initially circulated among EU officials.

Produced as part of a project to expand Prüm, the EU-wide database-cross-referencing system that already allows for all-at-once scanning of individual DNA, fingerprint, and vehicle registration databases, the report calls for EU legislation that would create and connect country-level facial recognition databases, potentially all the way to the US. Because the US already has a Prüm-like exchange in place with countries that are part of the Visa Waiver Program, including most EU member states, some – including the alarmed EU official who allegedly leaked the report to the Intercept – believe any future facial recognition database network would include the US by default…Because the US Department of Homeland Security has required participants in the Visa Waiver Program to adopt data-sharing agreements ever since 2015, any facial recognition databases constructed going forward would presumably have their contents shareable with the US. This has been something the US has pursued in Brussels since at least 2001, when Washington negotiated a pair of agreements to share both analytical and personal data between Europol and US law enforcement agencies; however, Europol’s inability to collect the data itself meant it was dependent on what was supplied by member states. A facial recognition database in every nation, hooked into a central data-sharing network, creates an enviable transatlantic trough at which everyone’s law enforcement can feed…”

https://www.nexusnewsfeed.com/article/geopolitics/eu-poised-to-create-massive-transatlantic-facial-recognition-database/?fbclid=IwAR0oFaRhtZyiuRtTNW7eOQdNTg9L9q2e9mV8tTzke8QlJVxlxJB1JlK_iG0_______-

And yet another post from her:

Colorado bill implementing statewide mentalhealth consultants FROM PRENATAL TO EIGHT YEARS OF AGE. HB20-1006

not surprising…. Kaiser Permanente has lobbyists on this House Bill 1006

https://www.sos.state.co.us/lobby/SearchSubject.do?fbclid=IwAR3i8D13FmIy0q4vP3F1-qBZBKCgbXersdZMjuccIHqrpji7OeWNsED6pt4


And yet another post from her:

Colorado: Collecting data and implementing statewide #mentalhealth consultants FROM PRENATAL THROUGH EIGHT YEARS OF AGE.

https://leg.colorado.gov/bills/hb20-1006

INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO EARLY CHILD CARE AND LEARNING, ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, HOME VISITATION, CHILD WELFARE, PUBLIC HEALTH, AND HEALTH CARE, INCLUDING WOMEN’S HEALTH CARE.

The bill directs the department of human services (department) to design, implement, and operate a statewide program of early childhood mental health consultation (program). The purpose of the program is to support mental health care across the state in a variety of early childhood settings and practices. Specifically, the program must be designed to:

Increase the number of qualified and appropriately trained early childhood mental health consultants (mental health consultants) for on-site consultations; and
Utilize the mental health consultants, through on-site visits, to support a variety of early childhood settings and practices from the prenatal period through 8 years of age.

The program must also include a:

Model of consultation for mental health consultants (model) that includes job qualifications and expectations, expected outcomes, and guidance on ratios of mental health consultants and the settings they support. The model must include standards and guidelines for mental health consultants developed from evidence-based programs.
Professional development plan for mental health consultants;
Certification process for mental health consultants; and
A published list of certified mental health consultants.

The bill requires the department to actively collect data related to the program and make regular reports on the program to the joint budget committee of the general assembly and as part of its annual “State Measurement for Accountable, Responsive, and Transparent (SMART) Government Act” hearing.

Convenient that we ALSO have a bill to expand who can assess mental health. https://leg.colorado.gov/bills/sb20-001


And yet another post from her:

Colorado bill expanding home visits.
SB0-144

2020 Colorado bill expanding home visits…. following the birth of a child and during the early childhood years …. $6Million to assess
(I)The readiness of the child;
(II) The readiness of the school; and
(III) The readiness of the family and community to support the child’s success

We have bills to expand behavioral assessment training for teachers, $6Million for home visit grants, and implement a statewide mental health assessment program from prenatal through 8 years…which includes home visits.

home visit legislation by state…

https://www.ncsl.org/research/human-services/early-care-and-education-bill-tracking.aspx

Here are lobbyists on home visit bill SB144 (so far)

https://www.sos.state.co.us/lobby/SearchSubject.do

stand for children
Parent Possible :
http://www.parentpossible.org/about-us/supporters/

FOUNDATIONS
Buell Foundation
Caring for Colorado
Chambers Family Fund
Community First Foundation
Cydney and Tom Marsico Family Foundation
The Daniels Fund
The Denver Foundation
Denver Post Charities
GoFish Fund
Hemera Foundation
Jay & Rose Phillips Family Foundation of Colorado
The Piton Foundation
Rose Community Foundation
Schlessman Family Foundation Inc.
Tracy Family Foundation
Younggren Family SRI Fund
Zoma Foundation.

Corporate
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck
CityWide
CoBiz
Colorado State Bank & Trust
Darwn, Incorporated
DataKeeper
IMA Financial
Juniper Networks
Oracle Corporation
Ryan, Gunsauls, & O’Donnell LLC

Government
AmeriCorps/Serve Colorado Governor’s Commission on Community Service
Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting/Colorado Dept. of Human Services
Tony Grampsas Youth Services/Colorado Dept. of Human Services


And some replies to this post:

Council for A Strong America is Readynation.


Wow. I missed them, even after I read your comment. I was looking alphabetically.
And of course, ReadyNation is pushing this.


Do you think Anschutz is part of this?

You know Strong Nation is police, workforce, military, athletics, AND evangelical Christianity.


Likely. They pushed Common Core, so…

take a look


Irving Harris:

https://littlesis.org/org/82659-Irving_Harris_Foundation


^^this ties into First Five Years map you made

https://littlesis.org/org/231139-First_Five_Years_Fund


Educare in Tulsa is using the Hatch surveillance play tables.

Gary was at ReadyNation and part of PFS in Denver with runaway youth.

https://littlesis.org/org/316404-Gary_Community_Investments



And yet another post from her:

Colorado. Annual mental health exam for kids (amending my post– I am asking legislators to ASK if this covers children, students in k-12 schools. Willing to publicly recant, hope I am wrong, but I would bet money that its intent is to have insurance pay for mental health assessments in schools. prove me wrong.)
What could go wrong? Suggest every legislator who votes yes must also be subjected to a mental health exam. We need to know the mental state of those dictating our future.
Here’s the bill

https://leg.colorado.gov/bills/hb20-1086

Here’s House votes: https://leg.colorado.gov/content/hb20-1086vote5a8db8

Headed to Senate Health Human Services: https://leg.colorado.gov/committees/health-human-services/2020-regular-session

Also Colorado

Jenet also sponsored and passed this bill last year.: https://leg.colorado.gov/bills/hb19-1017


And some replies to this post:

“THE HOME VISITING EXPANSION GRANT PROGRAM IS ESTABLISHED IN THE STATE DEPARTMENT. THE PURPOSE OF THE GRANT PROGRAM IS TO EXPAND THE NUMBER OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES SERVED BY HOME VISITING MODELS THROUGHOUT THE STATE, THUS IMPROVING SCHOOL READINESS FOR COLORADO CHILDREN.”
Of course, it says it’s “voluntary” the sentence sounds exactly like the bill we had here in WA


until it is revoked


yep, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen the word “voluntary”, struck from legislation….

HOME VISITING” OR “HOME VISITING SYSTEM”
What is the difference between the 2?
Sounds like the act of HomeVisiting itself, and whatever “system” your state (or local community) chooses.


“If data collection isn’t the main focus of Home Visit programs, ask WHY, in states like Washington, amendments (below) to protect personal information, make data collection and sharing voluntary and transparent, have been killed. With every state bill posted below, we wonder if bill sponsors would consider adding opt-in CONSENT and transparency before personal information is collected and shared.”

like how they removed voluntary from similar WA bill…


“(b) THE STATE DEPARTMENT SHALL CONTRACT WITH THE INTERMEDIARY ORGANIZATION THAT IS DESIGNATED BY THE MODEL DEVELOPER TO REPRESENT THE MODEL AT THE STATE LEVEL SO THE INTERMEDIARY ORGANIZATION CAN ASSIST WITH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MODEL IT REPRESENTS.”
The model developer that presented here to WA was from South Carolina


Would sure be interesting if a legislator would ask if this bill for annual mental health exams would apply to k-12 school based mental health assessments.

LOOK how many mental health bills Colorado is proposing. Most are for k-12 kids and families (home visits, prenatal through age 8 consultants and data collection). Tell me this is not over reach.

https://leg.colorado.gov/bill-search?search_api_views_fulltext=mental+health


This is how they take control of your household and kids. What your kids say will be misconstrued and you will be reported on!


So far in Colorado, we have a pilot k-5 mental health assessment from 2019, and now bills to expand behavioral assessment training for teachers, $6Million for home visit grants, and a bill to implement a statewide mental health assessment program from prenatal through 8 years…which includes home visits, and now asking insurance to cover mental health assessments. So much for preserving individual freedom, protecting human rights and local control.


Check out a portion of Article 2, of Great Start in Minnesota, 5th revision. We see the common set of standards, RttT CCSS, but then in (3) our state is going to take over/fund both public and private childcare centers!!


funny toy shoukd mention early childhood / childcare. Colorado is following suit. 2020 childcare bills thus far.

Sound familiar?

https://leg.colorado.gov/bills/hb20-1016


Oh, boy. Here’s a bill I missed last year that “laid on the table” for possible inclusion. I bet it passed. Star system for all schools and grades…

Star ratings of 1 to 5.



And yet another post from her:

😮WOW. Did you know? Colorado Department of Health is listed in this 2020 database of breaches. Yikes!

https://www.healthcareinfosecurity.com/health-data-breach-tally-update-2020-trends-a-13742?fbclid=IwAR3lEZ0akyaQkn0UHeIrusDieOwfSwitrUfim9iugqYqf50jDjsQ_bae3ho

https://ocrportal.hhs.gov/ocr/breach/breach_report.jsf

When asked about breaches at Colo Dept of Health, if they’ve had any in recent years and how they disclose them, their legislative liason told the committee, “She’d have to get back to them about their breaches” (plural).

Super cool that they didnt admit this breach when asked, and can claim the data is “safe”.
Just amazing that MOMS have to find this stuff, and legislators choose to ignore or look the other way when they vote.

And in case anyone who was on the committee wants to ask again, is the data reporting in CIIS covered by HIPAA?
It is Exempt from #HIPAA, per the Dept of Health website. …but they still must log disclosures. Colorado Immunization Registry Act (Section 25-4-2403, CRS)

https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/hipaa-and-ciis

“The reporting of immunization data to the Colorado Immunization Information System is exempt from the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) Privacy Rule because it’s considered a public health activity.
HIPAA allows public health authorities to collect immunization information without an authorization.
The requirement to track disclosures of information still applies,”


Here is a post from The billionaire class, including Bloomberg, launched “The Good Club” at a secret meeting at the home of the president of Rockefeller University (genetics research) in 2009. Pretty sure human capital management / investment was on the agenda.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2009/may/31/new-york-billionaire-philanthropists?fbclid=IwAR3lpPtNQbs3zRMi-KrcB1UZY1_3DMT0GY2n7wZXeYEaeZkhHeulUBIf7yE

This broke the story at the time.

https://www.irishcentral.com/opinion/niallodowd/secret-meeting-of-worlds-richest-people-held-in-new-york-80002162-238009861

Added to LittleSis if people want to poke around. https://littlesis.org/org/368337-The_Good_Club

* The Giving Pledge program started by Gates and Buffett launched the following year.*
History
In June 2010, the Giving Pledge campaign was formally announced and Bill Gates and Warren Buffett began recruiting members.[3] As of August 2010, the aggregate wealth of the first 40 pledgers was $125 billion.[4] As of April 2011, 69 billionaires had joined the campaign and given a pledge,[5] and by the following year, The Huffington Post reported that a total of 81 billionaires had committed.[6] By May 2017, 158 individuals and/or couples were listed as pledgers.[7][8] Not all pledgers are billionaires.


Here is a post from the Massachusetts anti-radical sex ed group:

🔥🔥PARENTS OF ELEMENTARY AGE CHILDREN BEWARE 🔥🔥

Many school districts are teaching puberty lessons in grade 5. I have viewed some of the puberty curriculum and have discovered that these lessons include dangerous transgender ideology. Wet dreams and masturbation is also introduced.

One puberty curricula is P&G. While much of the content is well done and contains good information, there is also content that many parents will find objectionable. This is one of the ways children are being exposed to inappropriate material. The producers of the curriculum understand that if they do a good job of including relevant, scientific information, parents will be less likely to push back against brief mentions of inappropriate content. Parents who are voicing their objections to school officials are often being made to feel like they are unreasonable. DO NOT FALL FOR THIS. You are not being unreasonable for voicing your concerns. Schools need to know that parents are paying attention.

The power of suggestion is a very real thing, most especially for young students who are naturally curious as their body begins to mature. Their curiosity is normal and parents should encourage their questions and have productive dialogue at home. However, if topics like masturbation and wet dreams are introduced at school without the parent’s knowledge or consent there is a real possibility that a student will search those terms on their devices and a parent may never know what kind of content their child is exposed to online as a result. Also, once these topics are mentioned to immature elementary students, peer conversations about what they learned in class will likely not be beneficial to them either.

View the teacher’s guide for the P&G curriculum online. The link is below. Here are some of the concerning elements:

On p. 7 under FAQ, wet dreams are discussed. Nocturnal emissions are a fact, but parents might not be comfortable with a teacher discussing this in class with their son, especially in a co-ed class. Not to mention how this might make your child feel as well.

On p. 22 under Staying Confident and Healthy discusses a growth mindset vs. a fixed mindset. Seems innocent enough at first glance, but this exact language is being used by people like Jeff Perrotti of the Safe Schools Program for LGBTQ Youth when he is indoctrinating students in transgender ideology. This language is meant to psychologically prepare students to accept things that are against what their parents have taught them (fixed mindset). One of the most concerning patterns I have identified in CSE is language that brings separation between students and parents.

On p. 24 under Sex, Gender & Society, dangerous transgender ideology is introduced.

On p. 26 under Healthy Relationships, in the section titled “Personal Intimacy” the idea of masturbation is introduced.

On p. 33 recommends It’s Perfectly Normal as a resource. I have featured this book on MIP before; it has 67 nude illustrations in it, including adults having sex, a male putting on a condom on an erect penis, and teens masturbating. It also discusses and normalizes LGBTQ ideology and is biased in favor of abortion. It equates an elective abortion to a woman having a miscarriage and does not mention any of the real risks, both physical and emotional, of having an abortion.

Technically, puberty education isn’t classified as sex ed, so this is how schools are beginning to include inappropriate content in elementary grades.

Ask the school officials in your child’s elementary school if puberty education is being taught and if so, what grades and what curriculum is being used. Send me the name of the curriculum and I will tell you what I know. Email me at massinformedparents@gmail.com.

https://www.pgschoolprograms.com/Educators


And another post from this group:

PARENTS BEWARE!

“On Thursday, February 27, the Human Rights Campaign (the lobbying, fundraising, and activism organization that pushes LGB & TQ policies and interests into every aspect of national life) is holding its annual readings of I Am Jazz in public schools across the nation.”

I Am Jazz is a story book about Jazz Jennings, a boy who was socially transitioned into a girl at the age of five and who now at the age of 19 has undergone surgical transition. He is also the star of the reality TV show, I Am Jazz.

This young man’s story is truly tragic and heartbreaking. He has endured multiple complications from his bottom surgery, and has had to undergo additional surgeries as a result. He will never recover from the permanent mutilation of his body. None of the adults in his life protected him or provided him the psychological help he needed.

And now the Human Rights Campaign in coordination with schools all over the country will exploit him once again and seek to normalize this child abuse with their Annual I Am Jazz readings.

Find out if this is happening in your child’s school. If so, opt them out or keep them home. We need to collectively say, “Enough is enough!”

https://arlingtonparentcoa.wixsite.com/arlingtonparentcoa/post/february-27-2020-national-keep-your-kids-home-from-school-day


And some replies to this post:

What we’re doing in Arlington, VA.

https://arlingtonparentcoa.wixsite.com/arlingtonparentcoa/post/february-27-2020-national-keep-your-kids-home-from-school-day


What ages are they presenting to?
_____

It’s focused on elementary kids. Last year in Arlington (VA) the HRC and NEA sent a transgender person to read “I Am Jazz” to two classes of kindergartners. No opt-out, very vague and cheery letter sent to parents less than a week ahead, just talking about a “wonderful event” for their children.
____


Here is a post shared by a friend of mine:

Orgies in School Bathroom
“Not necessary wrong?”

Tulsa Public Schools Director of Student Engagement, Stephanie Andrews, implies that it is the parents fault that students are having Orgies in school Bathrooms!

Stephanie Andrews states “I can’t say it’s normal for students to have Sex at schools necessary.”

She goes on to Imply that the reason students have Orgies and sex at school is because the “Parents don’t allow the students who are in love with each other,to see each other.”

Well Stephanie Andrews, because you are too Ignorant to know and understand that Sex and Orgies at school is Wrong, your Dumb Butt needs to be Fired.

For you to have the Audacity to say that Students don’t know that Sneaking into the bathroom to have a threesome is wrong, I would like to ask you, then why did they not do it in Class?

If having Sex in a School Bathroom is not “Necessary Wrong” then having sex in a parking lot or a Public Park or even an Airplane is not “Necessary Wrong.”

Stephanie Andrews, the reason why many Parents don’t allow Children who are, as you say “in Love”, to be alone is because we want our Children to focus on their Education.

We understand that sexual attraction is an issue, but we desire that our children are driven to improve their education, not their Sexual experiences, while at school.

Your response to this behavior at Booker T. Washington school, shows that it is your Perverted Aim as TPS Student Engagement Director, to encourage students to engage in Orgies and Sexual Activities at School because “Parents Don’t Allow Students to do such at Home”.

For this reason, your Perverted Backside should be Fired!


And another post from her:

Here’s a good example of “the nudge” in action. This nudge was used on college students in order to promote their return to Tulsa. Is this an ethical practice? We should be having this conversation.

“Brian Paschal, Senior Vice President, Education & Workforce, Tulsa Regional Chamber, OK
Project: Boomerang
Project: Boomerang is a strategic outreach program designed to increase Tulsa’s bachelor degree attainment rate by focusing on Tulsa’s graduating high school seniors attending college. The initiative will send targeted communications during their four years highlighting advancements in Tulsa’s quality of life and educating them on career awareness and intern and job opportunities. The program will leverage volunteers from Tulsa’s Young Professionals to host events specific to graduating seniors and college students, including college outreach visits and a “Summer Sendoff” celebration in early August. The goal is to retain homegrown talent after they graduate from college and help increase the percentage of adults with a bachelor degree in the Tulsa MSA to 40%.”

https://secure.acce.org/networks/fellowship-cohort-1/?fbclid=IwAR181jC6iE7TJhYP-FIw2gMTphhGanHFI4ChRTpOEF8grQo6CVDLltt0Ubk


It looks like Bernie Sanders is in favor of home visits, pre-k, and universal daycare, just like many GOP states. Also, the fact that he mentioned “ensure that all children have access to health and wellness services” means that he could also be open to Planned Parenthood clinics (with possible abortions without parental consent) and vaccination (without parental consent) as well as possible gender transition (again without parental consent) as well. He also mentioned spending $50 billion to give children access to summer programs and afterschool progarms (which are already tied to the Common Core agenda). Furthermore, he seems to have let the cat out of the bag as to what he intends. as far as expanding daycare. He has long talked about people needing to make “livable wages”. Nothing wrong with that and wanting things to be so that both parents don’t HAVE to work to make ends meet. In fact, it’s commendable. However, what gives the game away is that, rather than asking to have less daycare and have more stay at home parents, he is increasing the number of daycare workers. Why would someone do that if they planned to have livable wages so that both parents didn’t have to work anymore and thus wouldn’t need daycare in the first place?: https://berniesanders.com/issues/free-child-care-and-pre-k-all/


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

Federal Reserve Officials Are Eager to Follow China’s Authoritarian Lead

Not surprisingly, authoritarian regimes such as Venezuela and China are leading the way in rolling out their own cryptocurrencies. But the U.S. may not be far behind.

Consider what Federal Reserve Governor Lael Brainard said at a recent conference hosted by Stanford University: “By transforming payments, digitalization has the potential to deliver greater value and convenience at lower cost.”

These are selling points for Bitcoin. But Brainard clearly isn’t a fan of this and other cryptos gaining wider use in the free-market. “Some of the new players are outside the financial system’s regulatory guardrails, and their new currencies could pose challenges in areas such as illicit finance, privacy, financial stability and monetary policy transmission,” she said.

Her solution? Centralization.

Brainard noted that the Federal Reserve is “conducting research and experimentation related to distributed ledger technologies and their potential use case for digital currencies, including the potential for a CBDC (central bank digital currency).”

Fed chairman Jerome Powell has also taken a keen interest in the concept of central bank digital currency – i.e., Fedcoin.

“Having a single government currency at the heart of the financial system is something that has served us well. It’s a very, very basic thing, it really hasn’t been in question, and I think before we move away from that, we should really understand what we’re doing. Preserving the centrality of a central, widely accepted currency that is accepted and trusted is an enormously important thing.”

Venezuela issued a digital currency called the “petro” in early 2018 – primarily as a way of getting around U.S. sanctions. It is purportedly backed one-for-one by barrels of oil.

But the petro also circulates at a fixed exchange rate with the Venezuelan bolívar, giving officials the ability to devalue it at will.

The Venezuelan regime may ultimately seek to push its citizens out of physical bolívars entirely and into digital petros exclusively.

“The petro makes it much easier to monitor transactions — and punish those conducting transactions inconsistent with the prevailing government’s objectives,” explains William J. Luther of the American Institution for Economic Research. “By requiring petro use, the Maduro regime tightens its grip on power.

China’s central bank, meanwhile, is actively pursuing digital currency as a way of enforcing its “social credit score” system on its populace.

Even as Chinese authorities have banned most cryptocurrency mining and trading, they have invested heavily in centralized cryptocurrency infrastructure. China has reportedly filed 84 patents in pursuit of a new electronic currency payments system. – Stefan Gleason, Money Metals Exchange


Here is a post that was shared in a South Carolina anti-Common Core group:

The amendment will reportedly help more than 13,000 more children have access to K-4 programs in SC. Do you support it?

https://www.foxcarolina.com/news/bill-to-expand–year-old-kindergarten-across-sc-passes/article_3cf0770c-599b-11ea-b683-8ff258955fae.html?fbclid=IwAR3D6xoolQuPyeuPhT1Sn55nsbEMNWvuLuE1U_SnZ0e704dY_qKFXgse_68


And another post that was shared in this group:

A federal lawsuit has been filed against South Carolina’s superintendent of education regarding a decades-old law that prohibits districts from including any discussion of alternative sexualities in their health education courses, except in the context of sexually transmitted diseases.

https://www.wyff4.com/article/lawsuit-filed-says-scs-restrictions-on-lgbtq-sex-ed-curriculum-violate-constitution/31124136?fbclid=IwAR2-7YuvfPdl_VEt9k0cCoGZEEdvGaR06_FqZXbQ_cUWmKyuz05P8Qqi5Bc


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

No. Nope nope nope nope. Just no.
K-12 education should not be transformed into workforce training. We don’t need career readiness standards and employability assessments for children in Kindergarten or Elementary school.

DeVos 2018 https://www.educationdive.com/news/betsy-devos-inks-agreement-with-swiss-on-apprenticeships/543622/

If the philanthro elite corporate controllers have their way, THEY should be in control. https://missourieducationwatchdog.com/the-newdeal-for-education-familiar-common-core-and-data-driven-reformers-shifting-education-to-a-workforce-pipeline/

Nov 2019. All4Ed today ^^^ announced their partnership in the NewDeal for Education with a network of partners including HP, Gates, Markle, Jobs for the Future, Aspen Institute, Joyce Foundation, Third Way, Center for American Progress, and “180 carefully-selected state and local officials below the level of Governor, from 47 states”. What’s this NewDeal about? Well, read it for yourself, but we see: School-to-Work pipeline, Workforce pathways, Workforce databadges, Social Impact Investment and shifting education from children learning knowledge to children being trained to fill the economic needs of a global workforce.


And some replies to this post:

They literally wrote why this is a bad idea in the background statements “to allow students to be prepared for the ever-changing need’s of today’s workforce.” Well if they’re students they should be looking at the FUTURE workforce, not today. And since those needs are “ever-changing” you will never know what to teach them. The only skill that meets that definition is an openness to novelty and willingness to tackle new skills. That is pretty much the definition of school from its inception. I agree no, no, no, but mostly cause this is just stupid. Also, employers should be doing and funding the training, not the taxpayer.


With all the layoffs for American IT workers recently, I hold no faith in these architects of education & their workforce agenda.
It’s not such a great thing to learn to code for American students apparently. What’s the next best plan? 😏


Money talks and Bill Gates dictates k12 workforce policy in Colorado.

https://www.gatesfoundation.org/How-We-Work/Quick-Links/Grants-Database/Grants/2018/11/OPP1194718


I think this man runs a shadow government in federal policy. It’s unbelievable the amount of influence this guy has with no accountability.


Gates Data Quality Campaign …ensuring policymakers prioritize building the culture, capacity and conditions to use data in service of student learning from early childhood through K-12, postsecondary and the workforce

https://www.gatesfoundation.org/How-We-Work/Quick-Links/Grants-Database/Grants/2019/07/INV-001885



Here is a post from a friend of mine:

Tulsa World = impact media.
Don’t be surprised (TU!) when it doesn’t cover your story. The Voice used to print your stories. What ever happened to The Voice, anyway??


And some replies to this post:

It was rolled into TulsaPeople Magazine


yes. The GK media machine basically shut it down because it was exposing the corruption at TU. Can we say thought police???


The Tulsa Voice was superfluous. It was a slightly younger, hipper version of Tulsa People, and published by the same people. The publisher depends upon the good will of Tulsa’s big shots and was never going to publish any investigative report that might embarrass somebody important. This Land Press and Urban Tulsa Weekly were the last print outlets that might have gone there. Sadly, when This Land publisher Michael Mason led an investigative reporting class at TU that looked into the GKFF web of connections, the students didn’t want their work published at the end of the semester, for fear of hurting their prospects.


I agree 100%. I was told that the Tulsa Voice got a call from some of Kaiser’s folks who warned them to stop printing the TU stories. It wasn’t long after that TV was transitioned to the online-only format. The propagandists are absolutely shameless.
TU’s psych dept (which, for obvious reasons, was well-represented on the PPRC) is involved in trauma studies of journalists and affiliated with the Dana Center at Colombia. I think that’s one reason why the Collegian runs GKFF propaganda. I think the controversy at OU over the journalism prof’s use of a racially-charged word is motivated by a similar effort to control student publications and indoctrinate the next gen of impact media journalists. More than a few stdent newspapers have been under attack for not showing sufficient empathy in their reporting. It’s shameful all the way around, and it shows us that this deform program depends on creating a class of opportunistic followers. Really awful.



Yikes! The CSE has made its way to Illinois: https://www.thetelegraph.com/news/article/Sex-ed-for-all-K-12-students-in-Illinois-ordered-15088192.php

The creeps in the legislature have gutted a totally unrelated bill (one about requiring lessons be taught in English) and snuck the sex ed through in an amendment to this bill: http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/fulltext.asp?DocName=10100SB2762sam001&GA=101&SessionId=108&DocTypeId=SB&LegID=123756&DocNum=2762&GAID=15&Session=


Here is a post from the Common Core Diva:

Here you go, Reps & Sens from at least 13 States back the “ideal’ for 6 yr olds to begin career tracks & pre-apprenticeships.


Here is a post from the Minnesota anti-Common Core group:

KSTP INVESTIGATION WEDNESDAY REGARDING “BURIED PAYOUTS” RE: TEACHER CLAIMS OF RETALIATION OR DISCRIMINATION IN MINNEAPOLIS SCHOOLS.

HAS THIS HAPPENED IN YOUR DISTRICT?
“Minneapolis Public Schools quietly spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in the last decade to make complaints of discrimination or retaliation go away.”

“Raiche found that even if an individual attended every single school board meeting, and read all the supporting agendas and minutes, that person would have no idea that the district has been shelling out a lot of money to settle most of these claims.”

https://www.kstp.com/news/5-investigates-preview-buried-payouts-minneapolis-public-schools/5655709/?fbclid=IwAR0EzAVmwV3Pr6SJ5xxr0QzIZTJkUc9QyJs6EXjfgqQrTdtE70h6EYdFkUk


Looks like Arizona State University, the one that already is tied to IMS Global Learning Consortium, has now partnered with Salesforce to make an educatioin blockchain: https://www.salesforce.com/company/news-press/press-releases/2019/05/192915-i/?fbclid=IwAR2KWKZgYDlgUPxM1dkYvDD3b3w65a9PZdErK9tngqLLpNitSMh52IZs5Ic


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:
Knowing IBM’s role in providing technological infrastructure for and profiting from the Holocaust, why would any city follow that company’s recommendation to create a digital “federated citizen” in the cloud? That suggestion was proposed in the final report for the 2011 IBM funded smart city program for Philadelphia. Look to this history. What are we prepared to do to stop Blockchain ID?

Do you know about this?
http://technical.ly/philly/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2012/02/IBM-Smarter-Cities-Challenge-Philadelphia-Report.pdf

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Here is a post from a friend of mine:
“Schools are operating as testbeds for mass surveillance with no evidence, and no way to opt out. Surveillance does not equal safety; it undermines student trust in their learning environments, isn’t effective at keeping them safe, and reinforces systemic injustice. Schools need to slam the brakes and think about what kind of dystopia they’re creating for their students.”
https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/02/schools-are-pushing-boundaries-surveillance-technologies?fbclid=IwAR1FzVTxMQtvSDZclDUG3-bEsobiuJhBy9B0LJC5VxFJSdtFrCQCI9RV2q0

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And here is a post from another friend of mine:
I’ve been saying that the days of LIBRARIES and BOOKS are numbered. Libraries will be repurposed as maker spaces and digital literacy hubs, with a friendly Starbucks barista (robot?) to make sure you experience a perfect unicorn frappe.
There are MANY reasons why this ought to frighten thoughtful people, but I’ll mention only one: when books, papers, films, and artwork are accessible only through digital platforms, all our encounters with them will be tracked by big-tech/data and those encounters will be recorded permanently on a blockchain ledger. When we consider the hyper-sensitive climate of the academy and the public sphere as well as the insatiable drive for signals intelligence to feed the predictive-risk-profiling machine, it’s not hard to imagine that the THOUGHT-POLICE will have a heyday with blockchain records of our reading history. If anyone can still read, that is.
https://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/learning-innovation/reading-‘secondhand’-and-thinking-about-all-those-books-academics-own?utm_content=buffer3f8a7&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=IHEbuffer&fbclid=IwAR2yEhTvmnzYE85AdIiMF1A9lQTZLF1CG7KXgdREIXe0WYvbOpkpdyi0scw

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Guess we can’t rely on the courts to stand up to the Transtapo. This is why we need to take matters into our own hands!
https://christianaction.org/top-stories-of-the-day/9th-circuit-court-rules-against-parents-who-opposed-transgender-bathroom-policies/

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Here is a post from the California anti-radical sex ed group:
The Washington house committee has just passed a bill mandating that sex ed be taught in lower grades such as kinder. They will ween parents Into accepting this by completing the implementation over 2 years. 😡
I would not be surprised if California tried to pull this stunt.
Kindergarten age children DO NOT NEED SEX ED.
The California Healthy Youth act has a gauging loophole which allows school districts to teach sex ed in ANY GRADE that the district decides to teach it. It is going to have to be up to us , the parents, to make sure we remain informed as to what will be taught and when. In order to protect your children. .
Here is a link to the bill:
https://app.leg.wa.gov/billsummary?BillNumber=5395&Initiative=false&Year=2019

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Here is another post from this group:
Does anyone know anything about this? It looks benign, but it the SEL (social emotional learning) stuff that I think that the Indiana teacher that got fired was talking about. Any knowledge about this?
https://www.we.org/en-US/our-work/we-schools/sel/?utm_source=social&utm_medium=%7B%7Bplacement%7D%7D&utm_campaign=%7B%7Badset.name%7D%7D&utm_content=%7B%7Bad.name%7D%7D&fbclid=IwAR09VPn_l6KLP9IDmNwV-bkeIiQ79BMBhsfCCd-MDFud-aCMJKjBoaMtHsQ
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And yet another post from this group:
Does anyone know about this science curriculum: Amplify Science? Asking Bc this was sent out a few weeks ago, and I see how the materials are available for public preview and also a public hearing will be held regarding the new curriculum. Is it controversial in any way?! Am I reading into this? With the way schools are now, I question everything. Thanks!


And some replies to this post:


Regardless of whether a parent agrees with having this in a textbook, I don’t see how someone’s physical persona is relevant in a science textbook. This has nothing to do with metabolism as your photo shows the chapter should be about.


The Fairness Act requires LGBT contributions to be included throughout the curriculum.


what grade is this book?


it appears to be 7th grade in the top two photos and 6th grade in the bottom photo. 🙂


Yes, grades 6 and 7.


I am in Alta Loma district and I have a hearing March 4th for the same new text.


My sons use the Amplify. My 7th graders teacher won’t provide him a workbook- when they do- they are the workbooks used only during class not to be brought home until the semesters already over. Now I know why. I’ll be looking into this


This is from their website


New Generation Science Standards are terrible! The Thomas Fordham Institute reviewed NGSS and gave it a C- grade, compared to the A they gave California’s former science standards. I would highly suggest getting a copy of their “Final Evaluation of the Next Generation Science Standards” dated June 13, 2013.


In Nevada, they are adding all kinds of things into the curriculum. My daughter came home the other day and told me she was shown a movie on how dangerous it is if you don’t have all of your vaccines. When she asked her science teacher to share the research behind the movie, she said, “I don’t really know much about that. We are just being told to show every 6th grader this movie as part of the curriculum.”


Wow, so our children are taught by mindless drones. If teachers and parents join up and say no more then we can be a force to be reckoned with.


the problem is that teachers are no longer allowed to think for themselves to teach; in order to keep their jobs, they are brainwashed into teaching our children what to think on every topic instead of how to analyze and explore information to develop informed opinions/beliefs/conclusions.


Interesting. I don’t know what the laws are in Nevada but in California I believe children over 12had the right to choose vaccines without parental consent. I didn’t double check this but since they have privacy once they turn 12 I would imagine it is the case.



And another post from this group:
Teaching kids about sex in the 2nd and 3rd grade. I’m not ok with that!


And some replies to this post:

How is multiple sclerosis teaching about sex?


Did you read the top part? I think people should be recognized for their accomplishments but their sexual preferences should be their own business, not my child’s. A child doesn’t not even know what attraction or sex is at this age. I find it extremely inappropriate.


Wasn’t Harvey Milk a pedophile?


Yes, his boyfriend was only 16!


Pedophiles are someone who is attracted to prepudecent. 16 is not that. Don’t get me wrong, it’s wrong but he wasn’t a pedophile.


The picture above is from Pearson Publishing’s MyWorld Interactive. Senate Bill 48 requires the historical contributions of all individuals to be included in our social studies books, however, George Takai, Chaz Bono, Charley Parkhurst, Julio Surria and Harvey Milk are included beginning in the second grade. Sally Ride is also included, and although she is definitely known for her historical contribution, she is listed as the “first Lesbian in space.” Why do we need to know her sexual preference. Second graders are also exposed to a gay rights’ timeline. They aren’t even taught the timeline of California, so there should be no reason to teach them a gay rights’ timeline.


I know the system. I was a teacher and school counselor. I sacrificed my life to care for children and protect them. I cannot properly protect children in the system the way that it is now. I am in tears because I cannot understand how anyone can drop their kid off at these public schools. Parents need to stop expecting that they can just drop their kid off with the wolves and it’s going to be okay. Change your life! I am damn poor now! I don’t care. I will sacrifice anything I need to in order to save my children.

I honestly do not think it is a wise choice to drop off your child everyday, but we all make choices.
Do you know how many nights I have tossed and turned feeling sick and worried about the children in public schools? I have insomnia about it. 💔
Too many families are broken! They need to learn to work together for the sake of their children. People need to set aside their ego in wanting a successful career instead of raising their children properly! People need to learn to live with less material possessions and use the few years we have with our children to protect and love them. It is the hours. No, it’s not “quality time”… It’s actual time and sacrifice. We are free, because we sacrifice for the freedom. We have been brainwashed to think we need public schools, when we don’t. You decide if you want to be free.
(I apologize for any words spelled incorrectly. I was crying when I typed it and it was hard to see.)


My Son wrote this. We pulled him out of our “top-rated” public school after 1st grade. Only sorry we waited that long…Never sorry again.


Thank you for posting this. It’s good to protect him, as you are teaching him to speak up for others.
I also took my oldest daughter out after 1st grade. We had her in a Christian school and after we paid they told the parents at a meeting they were now doing common core! The parents were shocked.


The above noted school is non-federally funded. They refuse CC; they refuse [NY] Regents; they refuse CSE [Ghastly new sex-ed]; they refuse to allow access to strangers and have armed guards.
I wish I had such an opportunity, but to be fair, a million years ago when I went to p.s., it wasn’t half as awful as it has become.
Your story is infuriating.
You’ve been saddened by learning that you can’t save all the children. Meanwhile, failed altruists continue to redesign and tweak “the system.”
I am here to let parents know they should RUN.


According to Brad Dacus, an attorney with Pacific Justice Institute, teachers will be tracked and monitor beginning in 2021 to ensure they are promoting the LGBT agenda, because of AB493


The last social studies assignment my daughter brought home that I reviewed, I told her this is not studies, but rather gossip. She agreed, and told her teacher what I said. He laughed and said he also agrees



And yet another post from this group:

Looking for some input. Here is the situation:
Our two daughters go to a charter school in Vista. One is in 7th and the other is in 3rd and my wife is actually a teacher at the school. Recently they did the Comprehensive Sex Education program for the 7th graders. It was the ‘Making Proud Choices’ curriculum put on by a local ‘health’ clinic. We went to the parent information night and there were 3 other parents there besides us. Upon reviewing the curriculum, we were shocked at how explicit it was. (DM me if you want the links or name of the school or anything). Two solid weeks – 10 hours of endless instruction on gender theory, proper condom application, role playing in sexual situations, anal sex, oral sex, masturbation and so on. We opted her out.
But of course knowing that kids talk, we were distressed about the reality our daughter was still going to get truckloads of TMI she is not ready to process from her friends (in some ways she is mature but she also still plays Barbies with her 3rd grade sister). I wrote to the curriculum director and asked who was in charge of this. He pointed me to the athletic director. I emailed him and expressed our concerns. I was given a canned response about parents being able to opt out, CHYA approved by CA and so on. In the meantime I did hours of research on what other charter schools are doing. Many were making the Sex Ed an independent study program the parents were to take home and do with their kid or choose not to. I wanted to present this to the decision makers at the school as a better option which would put the curriculum in the hands of the parents so they knew exactly what was being taught. I got stonewalled again by the athletic director who then sent me back to the curriculum director. During the back and forth emails, the Sex Ed started and JUST AS I PREDICTED, our daughter came home saying, “What is up with oral sex, condoms and masturbation?!?!” She also said that many of her friends who went to the classes were traumatized by it all and wanted to leave.
I wrote the curriculum director and told him exactly what happened and said we would like to explore different options that insure every parent knows exactly what is being taught. Here is one key factor – there is a very high percentage of Hispanics at the school (65%) and many of the parents barely speak English. I wrote the health director and asked if the curriculum was available in Spanish. He said no. So a major concern is how do they expect parents to make an informed decision about whether their child is ready to receive the info when they might not be able to read it?
Here is my last email to the curriculum director:
“If what was presented to the administration was the same or similar to what the clinic presented on the information night, it lacks many specifics of what is taught. A general overview of the curriculum is insufficient in making an informed decision as to the appropriateness and necessity of the subject matter especially for the younger age group.
The information night provided by the school and the clinic is also inadequate in conveying to parents the explicit content and the importance for them to thoroughly review it. It wasn’t until we attended the meeting and got the links to view the actual content were we able to review it. The school also failed in stressing to parents the importance of knowing exactly what will be taught and if it is right for their child. The fact only five parents were at the presentation is evidence of that. We are also curious as to whether the curriculum is available to parents whose primary language is not English.
As I suspected, although we opted our daughter out of the curriculum, she has had to listen to other students discuss subjects she was not ready to deal with. This has created an uncomfortable school environment for her and undermined us as parents in choosing the appropriate time, place and situation to discuss with her such topics. She is also not alone in her reaction to the subject matter. When asked what the students said about the topics her answer was one word: ‘traumatizing’. A couple of her friends said they wanted to leave but were afraid to do so.
In the Education code section 5193, the very first section (a) says ‘Instruction and materials shall be age appropriate’. When the CDC reports sexual activity for 12 and under is 4%, topics such as proper condom usage is clearly not appropriate for that age. But the people who are to best determine what is age appropriate for their children are the parents/guardians and they are not being adequately informed about the nature of the material when they very easily could be.
I would like to request our concerns be addressed and changes be made to better inform parents about what is being taught to their children and we have ideas of how that can be easily accomplished. From my understanding the very reason charter schools exist is because parents wanted more involvement and choice with students’ education. Health and sex education is obviously part of that and I assume this school would consider the parents to be the primary educators of their children and the role of the school is to partner and support the parents in that education.
Please let me know how we can move forward with getting our requests addressed.”
Here is his response:
“Thank you for your email. While I can understand your concern, as an organization we feel that this program and curriculum best meets the needs of our students. With that said, we will take your comments, and any additional parent feedback into consideration as we move forward.”
In other words – GO AWAY.
I am probably banging against a wall here but I am wondering what to do next. We are likely going to pull our kids out next year because this has so fried us, but we find it sad so many kids are getting this overload of info without their parents even knowing. I believe most of the parents at a charter school care enough about their kids to fill out the paper work, get in the lottery and so on so it’s not like they could care less. It’s just that the school is not making the effort to make sure the parents are involved and aware, ESPECIALLY the families whose first language is not English. These parents are getting duped into thinking it’s such a better school than the public cesspool down the street (Vista public schools SUCK) but it’s just another ‘leave the child raising to us’ school. The families that care enough to attempt to give their kids a better education probably would likely not be happy knowing their 12 year olds are learning about condoms and gay sex. It would be SO easy to at least provide links to the curriculum.
Thoughts?


And some replies to this post:

This is so sad. The damage on our kids is inexcusable, and unfortunately your story has been repeated many times over -families get very inadequate response from the school administrators about their concerns. We have this coming to our charter school this year – I’ve have tried to be ahead of the curve but seems inevitable since all of those state approved curriculums are bad or worse. And I have found that other parents either don’t believe it can be that bad, don’t want to deal with it, or shockingly some don’t have a problem with it.


I have shared what is happening in public schools with many parents that do not speak English and the majority are unaware of what’s going on. I know they care, but the language barrier contributes to the lack of involvement with the schools.


This was a good description of the whole situation and I had a very, very similar experience in 7th grade at a Carlsbad school. I still wonder why, WHY more parents are not up in arms about this? Like you, I was one of only a few parents that reviewed the curriculum and opted my child out. The next year we left the school. I am starting to wonder if it is the nature of the material. Maybe parents are uncomfortable discussing such indecent material with other parents at school they do not know well? “Hi, I’m Johnny’s mom. Just wondering, are you OK with your child learning about oral and anal?” I can see that being an issue but we have to look out for our kids! Right now there are very few of us taking a stand and it is easy for the schools to ignore us.


Agreed! I have given a CSE presentation to hundreds of parents and very few have taken any action. It’s truly unbelievable to me! Parents need to research Advocates for Youth and SIECUS to learn that sex Education is evil at its core. It is based on Alfred Kinsey’s ideology and was designed to sexualize our children, NOT protect them. It is also grooming them for human trafficking.


It’s horrible I don’t know what to say except that here in NJ we have an opt out that no one tells you that you have. We have no link to a curriculum. We met with the superintendent and assistance and they couldn’t tell us where the curricula
Come from. And for the opt out. It’s written someone vaguely in the student / parent handbook which is hundreds of pages and you’re supposed to figure out you have an opt out and ask for it. But the teacher still gives the kid a book to read just doesn’t talk about it. It’s the same garbage, different toilette.


Can you imagine how hard this will hit this Hispanic parents when they find out what their children are being taught with the language barrier making it that much more difficult.


I watched a Spanish speaking man speak before the Instructional Quality Commission last March. With tears, he begged them not to teach this to children, especially since he has struggled with masturbation since he was 11.

After 110 people spoke, the IQC thanked us but said, “We are moving forward.”😡



And here is a post that was shared in this group:
This happened in an Indiana middle school. It isn’t just in health class. Your child can be exposed at assemblies as well.


And yet another post from this group:

So last week. My daughter got a new 1st grade teacher mid-school year.

Yesterday she came home from school extremely upset. We couldn’t even get out of the parking lot before the tears started. This is a little girl who loves school and has never cried after school. She proceeds to tell me, a new little boy threw a pencil during class. The teacher then blamed my daughter without any proof or actually seeing who threw it. She then gave my daughter a stop and think (mind u in 3 years she has never had a stop and think) where she made her write a note home with the untrue statement, “I threw a pencil”. You can imagine how devastating this was to my daughter.

I emailed the teacher addressing my concerns. At that point she responded with. “Your child threw a pencil and then wasn’t upfront with me nor would she admit to it when I asked her about it so I gave her a stop and think”. I responded, asking the teacher if her or anyone actually saw my child throw the pencil? She said no.

Not only did this teacher accuse my daughter of something she didn’t do but this teacher made a public example of her in front of her classmates. Then continued to call my daughter a liar!

This is not sitting well with me. My daughter should not have been made to feel the way this teacher made her feel. It’s completely unprofessional and counterproductive to a healthy learning environment.

To make sure I had all the facts, I phoned a few of her classmates parents. They asked their children about the incident and all confirmed it was in fact the new little boy threw the pencil…. As my daughter had originally said.

I have set up a meeting with principal and teacher for Monday.

Any thoughts? Or has anyone experienced anything similar?


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

FYI Louisiana : Universal mental health screening bill filed. Don’t be fooled by words wrapped in beneficent language. The unintended consequences of schools playing psychologist can be dangerous to children. This is the doorway to entering your home, monitoring, red flag laws, etc. Other states have already opened this door…


And a post that was shared on her wall:

What happens if a bully in the room decides to use info gained in these sessions? How much private family info will be shared?

This is just another iteration of the failed conflict resolution program that I think lasted a year when I taught middle school.

“Take a look at the video embedded in this link where students sit around a circle discussing all kinds of problems. This is part of a Restorative Justice program used at many schools like Manchester.

Every school, I believe, now uses the Multi-Tiered System of Support MTTS-B for behavior modification.
IT motes that this is TIER 1 and TIER 1 is aimed at all kids.

I will just say, it looks like group therapy inside the school.
Interesting that they video tape the students and post it on the Internet.
I do wonder about the qualifications and licensure of those who operate these sessions. Especially since it looks like all kinds of information on their family and their personal life may come up in the discussion.”


And yet another post on her wall:

“Just so you know, SAU 16 (EXETER) uses surveillance technology (Social Sentinel) on students and their families:

Schools are also watching students online, and on their phones. Social media monitoring company Social Sentinel offers software to monitor students’ social media accounts, not unlike what the Department of Homeland Security regularly does to immigrants and Americans.”

https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/02/schools-are-pushing-boundaries-surveillance-technologies?fbclid=IwAR1McT-tkZpU1bJRypolUpwRzKpXmPLm578ckWOiJX6l-954CgECWYYLeng


And yet another post from her:

Reaching Higher NH (community organizers) founded by progressives in NH (Former State Board of Ed Members Tom Raffio and Bill Duncan) push federal education fads on NH schools.
Reaching Higher NH also assisted Manchester Proud with a PLAN for Manchester schools that included paying $30k to another organization (Community Organizers) in DUES to push MORE federal fads on the Manchester schools.

EXCERPT: o lead the organization through this transition period, Reaching Higher NH will bring on Charlie Toulmin, most recently Policy Director of the Nellie Mae Education Foundation, the largest education foundation in New England.

Nellie Mae is funded by the Gates Foundation. The Gates Foundation is the biggest funder of the failed Common Core Standards and reforms.
Nellie Mae’s primary focus? Turning students into community organizers!!! NOT literacy. NOT academic excellence.

Now you know the rest of the story.


And yet another post from her:

Regulatory changes removed legal barriers to the collection and sharing of personal data on students and their families. Since 2002, the federal government has incentivized states to build massive data-bases to collect information on students and their families. Nothing in Harbron’s article addressed privacy protections or the education and clinical training of those now charged with providing this new kind of mental health to students in the classroom.

SEL data goes way beyond academic performance or bio-graphical information. This information can include a student’s discipline history and social and emotional development.

In certain instances this kind of information can be shared without student or parental knowledge or consent. These kinds of data-bases make children and their families subject to research without any ethical boundaries. It is important to protect persons with diminished autonomy so that they enter into research voluntarily and with adequate information. Protecting children against the dangers of being involved in research is critical and ethical.


And yet another post from her:

Right on cue! I hope Governor Chris Sununu doesn’t fall for this one!
First full day kindergarten then Bernies universal pre school
Can kids just be kids!!


Amd some replies to this post:

Chris Sununu appointed Edelblut and has been on board with the switch from education to training. He’s part of the problem, not part of the solution. What we really have here, in addition to an orchestrated attack from both the right and left (Sanders and others implement daycare and the software oligarchs collect, store and sell the associated data ) is a case of taking advantage of children who are not in a position to speak for themselves, families who are kept in the dark, and a very, very large case of misogyny when you attack the teaching profession ( mostly women) by intimidating women into keeping silent.


He wants the prekindergarten teachers to be on the same payscale at kindergarten teachers. How much government involvement do you want in your child’s lives? His plan is to indoctrinate them as young as possible. Also why does everyone have to bear an even bigger tax burden? As it is all I hear is teachers don’t make enough.


What bothers me most is the NH GOP embraced ‘all day kindergarten’ as an “accomplishment” of the Governor’s when it was only an accomplishment for the socialists. The excuse I got was “Well, it’s popular so we’ll run with it”. Disgusting.


I suppose since he’s now listening to Agenda 21 and the ‘new urbanism’ scam…



And here is a post on her wall:

This is workforce training. Competency Based Ed was all about making sure students received the bare minimum. Nothing about literacy. Nothing about academic excellence.
When the focus is on what the business community needs versus your kids, this is the result.
When they refer to pre-schoolers as human capital, that should have been your first clue.
EXCERPT:
CLEVELAND, Ohio – High school students won’t have to be “proficient” in either math or English to graduate, under minimum required test scores proposed by State Superintendent Paolo DeMaria.

They will just need to know enough to do the most basic of jobs.

https://www.cleveland.com/news/2020/02/ohio-graduates-wont-have-to-be-proficient-in-math-or-english-under-state-superintendents-plan.html?fbclid=IwAR1wbYKbwshNVW6umM3C7u50EeIb5Apq0W4rC1725HQRo6YLVbLdN9cG-h0


And yet another post from her:

As I’ve said. First full-day kindergarten then universal pre-k. The toddlers are seen as human capital for the State and there is money to be made on Wall Street if the data can show progress. It’s never about what’s good for kids, it’s about $$$$$$

https://www.13wmaz.com/article/news/education/pre-k-proposal-would-lower-age-to-4-years-old-make-it-mandatory/85-daf9c5ec-61ec-4c07-9d86-2f98286136d6?fbclid=IwAR1TRMynsRYh0qy_4v1_f2ZS6GoaiGLL_zI14H4wiWm2jfPDM5vm6Nv5g64


Here is a post from the Utah anti-Common Core group:

This is one reason why it is so concerning to see Southern Poverty Law Center’s project “Teaching Tolerance” used over & over again as a resource in our state Health CoreGuides. They have a “hate map” on their website that their activists can use to target businesses or organizations that they deem as hateful.

There is no place for activist organization material in our lesson plans or in our teacher resources.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2019/08/17/southern-poverty-law-center-hate-groups-scam-column/2022301001/?fbclid=IwAR0cUr6bfRwj_MEnmDbOJNY0FCgJj0eKeIie9vVcEW5SqI2wgpRYpUPKMg0


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

To read:

https://www.worldbank.org/en/publication/human-capital/brief/about-hcp


Colorado now is going after exemptions from vaccines as well in an effort to increase the vaccination rates: https://leg.colorado.gov/bills/sb20-163


Here is a post from an anti-H1B visa group:
They continue to dupe our young! This poster at an elementary school ! The dazzling exciting world of STEM careers. Notice the sponsors? Qualcomm?


And some replies to this post:

I don’t why they keep pushing this line about STEM careers when about 74% of our STEM graduates in this country are unemployed or working in non-STEM related jobs or occupations according to a survey done by the US Census Bureau and the US Bureau of labor statistics.


I don’t get it either. Kids today would be better off either going into the trades well those are taken by illegals mostly from Central America and Mexico or perhaps military/govt jobs.


Unfortunately most of those trades are going to be done by robots as according to a report by MIT 40% of all jobs in American today will be done by robots in the next ten years.


Such hypocrisy! These are the same actors who are systematically decimating the tech opportunities for Americans. I was replaced by an h1b in 2015 after 17 years of employment at Qualcomm.



Here is a post from a friend of mine:

Just sayin’…


And some replies to this post:

BOK (Bank of Oklahoma?)


yes. Bank of Oklahoma Financial. George’s bank.


Engineering (cyber-military) and health (behavioural) aligned to 4IR.


can you believe no one is paying attention to this?!?

my favorite part:
Digital Psychiatry: Develop a program with capabilities to use smart devices and facial and voice recognition to improve behavioral health and identify symptoms of high-risk behaviors. The technologies developed will help better diagnose and monitor individuals suffering with mental illness. Only 40.3% of Arizonans living with mental illness received treatment in 2018. In 2017, suicide was the eighth-highest cause of death in Arizona and rate per 100,000 that was 24% higher than the national average. Native Americans and individuals living in rural areas, who may benefit from remote monitoring, have significantly higher suicide rates.



Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

Read this! “A lot of people think that they know what skills will matter in the future of workforce development,” he said. “I don’t believe that they do. Who’s to say that dexterity doesn’t turn out to be the most important skill of the 21st century as we move into more of a VR- and XR-driven world? Then all of those video game badges that people have been earning — that, on the surface, might seem to be without merit — suddenly turn out to be data points in a representation of that learner’s ability to demonstrate the most important skill.”

https://www.govtech.com/products/Is-Blockchain-the-Answer-to-Educations-Learner-Record-Issues.html?fbclid=IwAR03Kiw64yfH4HSxsPleszMe0rp3FxBR4DIud-LcMWisVpgacMHLw0TlsEk

video game dexterity badges as “skills” replacing actual knowledge


And some replies to this post:

Uncle Andreas tells us we don’t need no stinkin’ knowledge

https://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Senior-OECD-official-Israeli-education-system-is-average-at-best-619084


Just feelings – but the “right” ones.


“Gartner has forecast that nine out of 10 blockchain vendor solutions “will require replacement within 18 months to remain competitive, secure and avoid obsolescence.”
So much money to be made off of student data.🤬


Badgr / Concentric Sky operates out of Eugene, OR.
“Skipper does understand the need to fix learning records. His company created Badgr, a digital badging product that boasts about 20 million users across the world. Badgr allows users to stack a wide variety of badges, or credentials, and show them off to interested consumers, such as employers.
Skipper believes learning records should go beyond the traditional forms of diplomas, certificates and so on. The dexterity to play video games, for example, should be recorded.”

I’m betting their desire for “dexterity” is for low-wage workers to “drive” the robots and drones for Northorp Grumman.



And another post from her:

NY Times “impact media” piece signalling Sir Ronald Cohen and Michael Bloomberg’s social impact finance program for Israel is about to launch.

http://www.social-finance.org.il/

https://www.bloomberg.org/press/releases/bloomberg-philanthropies-announces-partnership-scale-civic-innovation-program-israel/


And yet another post from her:

ASU is aiming to create a network that will manage Blockchain lifelong learner records where every course a person ever takes has meta data associated with it that includes, rubrics, assessment types, evidence of mastery AND the syllabus. The president of ASU, Michael Crow, also happens to be the founding board chair of In-Q-Tel, venture capital arm of the CIA. Are we going to wake up to the threat of surveillance education? What will it mean for academic freedom if every educator must commit their course outline and readings to this ledger system?


And some replies to this post:

I’d be looking for another job.


I would presume the meta data would also include instructor. The plan is to track courses taken against economic “productivity” (income). Imagine rate my (online, gig, entrepreneur) professors with that data in the mix?


The reality of our situation is that online curriculum can be curated and controlled because of Soros and the Obama administration’s Open Data Initiatives. This is the future of curriculum—coming fast.


Yes. I think it’s complimented by the Research Network on Opening Governance at NYU Govlab. That is funded by MacArthur and Google (probably with Bloomberg’s involvement).

In education it’s the move to OER (Open Education Resources), which are being pitched as “free” textbooks, but are setting up a means to capture meta-data via screen-based and wearable tech for competencies to be stored in digital skills lockers that will make people data commodities.

Wow that IMS program is SOMETHING!!! You saw the Utah microcredential session?

This is the talk.

https://littlesis.org/org/367257-Learning_Economy

Timestamp 44 minutes – everything in post secondary should be standardised like K12 (for easy comparison) read blockchain smart contracts for temp jobs.


Once the curriculum is established, the rubrics are written and the online coursework created, there will be no need for teachers — I realize this is obvious, but teachers in public schools are not aware that what they’re doing by creating personalized learning for each student is going to put themselves out of a job.


Yes. VAM is for online learning systems. They are just using it on teachers until the apparatus is fully in place. People don’t want to look.


Teachers also don’t have a choice about performing the duties they are assigned. That would be an immediate career ender.


That career as it was once known is essentially over. Now we need to figure out how to preserve the fugitive practice of human-based knowledge sharing for future generations.


this is ed reform 2.0?


It’s the proletarianization of intellectual labor.


This is the end game – digitally enforced gamified AR “life.” Yes, no human teachers. Meanwhile the sheeple are being corralled by the disinformationists into an un-ending discussion of charters.

That’s a defense contractor based in Orlando.


you have crystallized my understanding of how deformers work


Meanwhile – none of this will be on the NPE program later this month. Not even ed-tech. Interesting, isn’t it?


I did attend the NPE program two years ago in Indianapolis. I do recall one presentation related to teachers being replaced by AI. I wanted to hear more. This topic deserved much more discussion.
I am indebted to you for your extensive research.
When I can, I share your research with my colleagues through your blog.

Right now educational kleptocrats need academic laborers who are adept at behaviorist implementation of test-centric curriculum experience.
Lots of inexperienced teachers unknowingly work under the context of “doing what’s best for kids,” while at the same time enacting hegemonic practices on children.
Meanwhile… there is a massive push to integrate cognitive behavioral therapy within schools. An attempt to “normalize” 16000 hours of non-consensual behavior modification experiences in the school-life of a child that leaves significant numbers of children disengaged and mentally deprived. I am beginning to see this mass system of behavior modification as a case of social violence enacted upon children.


Well said. And hegemony is why so many go along.

The teachers I mean. And soon the teachers will be avatars.


When Diane Ravitch created NPE I was sure she would understand what was going on, who was doing it, why and how they were doing it — and then work like crazy to stop it. Aside from extracting a promise from AFT and NEA presidents to stop accepting funds from Gates (a promise they promptly broke three days later), she has been a part of the problem instead of the solution.


. I would love for lots of people to be exposing this. I’ve done a lot of the legwork, but we are going to have to mount resistance outside the one that has been set for us – because that is the one that they will use to weaponize your pension funds into pushing children into school-based digital therapeutics for global impact investors. It has to stop. That is in NO WAY social justice. It is just “progressive” branded racial capitalism, and it’s sickening.



Here is a post from a friend of mine:

“(We want to) detect people’s movement from when they move to one room to another without having any sensors on them. The technology is also sensitive enough to detect your breathing rate”


Thank you Illinois Family Institute for pointing out these other two Illinois sex ed bills that I dind’t know about that further intruded on the rights of local school boards to set their own sex ed policy (or opt out of it entirely):

SB 3788,: http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/fulltext.asp?DocName=&SessionId=108&GA=101&DocTypeId=SB&DocNum=3788&GAID=15&LegID=125855&SpecSess=&Session=
HB 5012: http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/billstatus.asp?DocNum=5012&GAID=15&GA=101&DocTypeID=HB&LegID=125239&SessionID=108


Here is a post from the Massachusetts anti-radical sex ed group:

This was a letter written from a superintendent, parents where discussing inappropriate books in their middle school library ,
What I thought weird is how this letter seemed to be focusing in on parents turning to social media as some sort of crime , the real issue needs to be addressed , what is your thought ? I did not want to post the name of the superintendent , and as far as discussion goes I never got 1 email regarding the book concerns , so discussion is not really the goal , just this email with the admonishing tone
February 26, 2020
Good Afternoon,
As you may be aware, there has been an elevated level of concern this year regarding material in our libraries, particularly in our middle school. Often times, such matters are brought forward and handled within the building. Parents or staff who have concerns convey them to the teacher or librarian and administration. They then discuss those concerns and attempt to reach a resolution.
This year that has happened twice; and in both instances, parent concerns were addressed and agreement reached that the works were not appropriate for Middle School level students. The material was then removed from circulation. In other instances in the past, staff members have had discussions with the librarian that have resulted in access to material being limited to students based upon age and parent consent. Discussions like these are an important first step of our policy for Reconsideration of Instructional Material adopted by our school committee and happen with some regularity among professional colleagues.
Sometimes, consensus cannot be reached through these conversations. However, our policy anticipates that and provides procedures for another level of review by a committee comprised of school committee members, a district librarian, two teachers and the principal of the building. Such disagreements and differences of opinions are to be expected in any learning community. That is why we have policies and procedures designed to address these disagreements in an organized systematic and straightforward process.
Unfortunately, what has happened this year has escalated beyond a discussion of instructional materials to personal attacks against members of our staff, particularly online through social media. This is not the first time individuals have posted disparaging comments about our staff online. It is, however, one of the most egregious examples that has happened in quite some time.
Social media can be a positive tool to bring people together in today’s society, but it does create challenges as well. Today’s educators work and teach in the fishbowl of public opinion. Every action we take is scrutinized and dissected on social media. Grievances against staff are aired publically rather than addressed with the individual or brought to the attention of the building administrator. Gossip, hearsay, untrue statements and personal attacks, such as those occurring now, inflame emotions and are counterproductive to working together to address the concerns of the parties involved.
Nothing stirs our emotions more than our children. As educators, we understand that more than most. Teachers enter our profession with a passion to work with kids and educate young minds to help them grow as individuals and learners. We do not seek to substitute our judgment for yours as parents. We seek to partner with you to help your children develop into well-educated, strong, confident adults.
Its states on our district letterhead that “The Ludlow Public Schools strives to provide a safe, respectful, and supportive learning environment in which all students can thrive and succeed in its schools. The Ludlow Public Schools prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, age, sex, gender identity, national origin, pregnancy or pregnancy related conditions, disability or sexual orientation and ensures that all students have equal rights of access and equal enjoyment of the opportunities, advantages, privileges, and courses of study.”
For us this is not merely a phrase written on paper nor a legal mandate. This is a reflection of who we are as an educational community. It is our goal to work with students on not only academic content, but also on how to raise concerns and express differences of opinion in a respectful manner.
Today the “controversy” may be centered on books in our library, but tomorrow it may very well focus on another aspect of our curriculum. We need to be able to work together in a civil manner as a community to address areas of concern and move forward in a manner beneficial to all


And some replies to this post:

From a parent’s FB page: “I am absolutely seething. This article and the statement made by the superintendent are completely FALSE. Everyone needs to know what is going on at our middle school. First, I am an active member of this group and we are NOT bashing the librarian because she is a transgender lesbian. It’s just not true. We are upset because there are books in our children’s school library (who are ages 11-14) that are so beyond inappropriate. Books about sex, drugs, rape, incest, violence and teen pregnancy and books with such explicit language (just some examples). Books that are so sexually graphic that children have been caught masturbating in classrooms. Books that are so disturbing, 22 teachers from this school, got together and wrote a letter of concern, trying to protect our children. Books, where the authors themselves, say that children are not to be given these to read without a parent present. Books that are found in adult sections of public libraries. And in cases where the author visits the school, which happens often, it becomes a mandatory read for our child.
But that is not all that is going on. Our children are not allowed to use terms like “boys or girls” in this library. They, without our knowledge or consent, we’re given the sheet attached below and those are the words they can use. The librarian ran through a fire drill, where the children were being lined up by girl/boy and yelled “there is no gender in this school”, disrupting the kids while they should most definitely be paying attention. A long time teacher “retired” the day she was reprimanded in front of her students for saying “boys and girls”. The librarian asked our children (again without our permission or knowledge) to go onto an app and record themselves as to how they identify. We have no access to this video.
This is just some of what is going on at our children’s middle school. I attended a school committee meeting last night with many other fed up parents. We can’t seem to get our issues on the agenda. The superintendent was unwilling to answer our questions. We did speak at the end in an open forum. I am attaching that video. After the meeting was over, the superintendent asked for an executive closed door meeting. Perhaps that is where he decided he was going to call the news and blatantly lie to them.
We went to our superintendent and school committee basically begging, some parents in tears, to help us protect our children. What does the superintendent do? He turns around, goes to the media, completely gives a false statement and tries to make us look like bigots.
We will not give up. We will protect our children. Game on, Dr. Gazda.”


I am so grateful for what you do ! This is why I posted this terrible email , one of bashing parents not solving serious problems , you know what?? I never got an email from him explaining this was a discussion or this was a concern , or going on , I am grateful I heard it from another mom of a middle school kid. It’s infuriating! I stand with you all! Evil is in our school’s and we need to keep fighting together !! And let this superintendent know that his hypocrisy is not tolerated , this is why I homeschooled my kids all through high school except last kid who attends school for his last 2 years and man did the public school change him! He was influenced into the so called hate crime of standing up against the gender agenda , they make our kids feel like monsters if they rebel against them and their socialist mindsets .


truth is, what is happening in Ludlow is happening all the over the state and the country even. It’s time for parents to raise their voices, learn what is happening in their school district and speak up to protect kids. Together we can make a difference.


A similar thing happened in my district over a different issue. Parents took up some issue against the school committee, and the committee responded with faux outrage over how they were treated on social media, while deflecting and ignoring the real issue.



Here is a post from a friend of mine:

And while we are all focused on this virus the wolf is still making plans – cashless society …

Converting financial assets into digital tokens could reduce the costs and complexity of securities trades but does not eliminate risks associated with one party failing to settle transactions
Special Feature of the BIS Quarterly Review, March 2020 – Innovative technologies, such as distributed ledgers, allow securities to be issued or represented in a new form known as digital tokens. Such “tokenisation” of securities will alter post-trade clearing and settlement, and could improve effic…

https://www.bis.org/publ/qtrpdf/r_qt2003i.htm?fbclid=IwAR357gUy8g58SfuTMldK1Xl7aF2oYhGwiitZoY5iW3HJMwsrrEJM_Q32ygA


I found a Connecticut Home Visitng bill: http://custom.statenet.com/public/resources.cgi?id=ID:bill:CT2020000H5218&ciq=ncsl&client_md=1942c6c4db1166b11578565e89057a4b&mode=current_text


I may have psoted the article about Georgia, but it won’t hurt to post it again, especially now that I’ve found that Delaware is doing the same thing, though theirs is listed as “non-compulsory” whereas Georgia’s was cumpulsory::

Georgia: http://www.legis.ga.gov/legislation/en-US/Display/20192020/HB/940
Delaware: http://custom.statenet.com/public/resources.cgi?id=ID:bill:DE2019000S173&ciq=ncsl&client_md=b67335878e70717a0d121eb51b86284c&mode=current_text


Here is a Hawaii home visiting bill: http://custom.statenet.com/public/resources.cgi?id=ID:bill:HI2019000HR6&ciq=ncsl&client_md=359ef0ffd7bde0030c1d9ed55a4cb134&mode=current_text


NY has a bill to require LGBT curriculum: https://www.nysenate.gov/legislation/bills/2019/s1478


Here is a post from the Texas anti-STARR group:

Help!! My children are supposed to be taking their 9 week benchmarks. They’ve made sure to call and email telling us to make sure kids are in class. The kids are being given the PRACTICE STAAR in place of their benchmark tests, for a major grade. My kids are currently in school refusing the assessments. Do i let them take the zero grade, or let them take the test and take the grade? Im furious the district went about it this way and nislead us.


And another post from this group:

Just a heads up to my fellow Humble ISD parents (and really anyone walking this road). You might check with your school and see if they are doing STAAR on paper or online this year. TMS is going online, and our elementary school counselor is checking and will let me know. It seems they are already actively shifting to online administration. That makes the makeup window longer, which means this year there will be active refusal by my daughter (and possibly my third grader if it applies) instead of just missing school. She can’t miss 9 days in a row of middle school due to a longer testing window.


And yet another post from this group:

My granddaughter mentioned to one of the teachers that do the tutoring every morning that her parents were thinking about keeping her from school on test days. The teacher went to the principal of the school and the principal came to my granddaughter and told her if she didn’t take the STAAR she would have to take summer school. Burleson ISD.


And yet another post from this group:

My daughter had some difficulty with 4th grade math this year. I have Dyscalculia so I can’t help her. I met with the VP and learning specialists and her teachers earlier this year. I said, “Will she be okay for 5th grade?” The VP shrugged and said, “She’ll be fine. We spend all of fourth grade prepping for staar so 5th is basically a repeat of 4th.” I wasn’t quite sure how to feel about that. Like we’ve gotten up this early, every day this year- lost family time, sleep, etc so she could not learn anything outside of how to test. Now next year we do essentially what this year should have been???? Is that what you’re saying? How about teaching 4th graders 4th grade stuff and 5th graders 5th grade stuff. Mind blowing concept I know. 🙄🙄🙄 Maybe my kid is struggling in math cause teachers are squeezing it in fast around test prep time? Totally wasted year of education imo.


And yet another post from this group:

More of a reason to get rid of TEA!!! They are hurting all of our public schools horribly

https://www.kwtx.com/content/news/Marlin-ISD-loses-accreditation-no-longer-recognized-by-TEA-as-public-school-district-567923511.html?fbclid=IwAR1MwZ9N_K1PjWPJ72f3x-W_UGotligGLuLJa5lipNKaz3tKDNXnAmpf42Q


And some replies to this post:

That story is short on information. What’s really going on there?


It is a struggline small school. Neigboring districts have welcomed their stronger students, leaving the most difficult students to show improvement. What the article does not say is that TEA has been effectively running the district for a number of years. They have apponted the people in charge. And their appointed people have not been able to get all the campus levels to show improvement. And it is all and only about scores on that state test.


Marlin ISD had not made accountability status in years. Doesnt surprise me.


And TEA has been in charge of it for years…


and yet those kids got caught in the middle of the crossfire. Too many districts failing the kids… ONLY thinking about getting paid. Charter schools surely isnt any better.


Many school districts are NOT meeting accountability…😔😠


does that mean the districts are failing the kids? Or is the accountability system the failure?


I think its a little of both. If I’m wrong tell me. But i feel that our kids are a bank for the districts. I feel that districts have forgotten the REAL reason why they are on their campuses. I feel that districts and campuses have turned into walking robots. Nobody seems to protect and speak out on behalf of the kids. Teachers, schools and districts DON’T truly teach our kids anymore. They are in a drilling boot camp for the STAAR, and along the way they have failed to stay within the accountability needs. The accountability system I feel has failed because they are not taking into the consideration that their pressures are affecting the mentality and health of our kids, and for what, just to say that “Our kids in this country did this…our kids in this country did that”. OUR KIDS with special needs are being targeted, and in reality dont understand fully the information thats on that damn thing. Not Fair! There’s not one damn college in this country that requires that damn thing to get in nor get out of any college. I do know that colleges such as Wayland Baptist University does require that students take the GRE BEFORE you graduate. Back during the time when i had to take it to get my degree, it wasn’t a pass or fail, it was we just had to take it. Dont know if its the same today. I miss the days from when I was in school for our kids. When things were simple. We had weekly tests over things we did for the week. Called it a day. Upon leaving high school, we took either the ACT or SAT, and decide what college to attend. Now, our kids are being held back because of some damn assessment that in all reality has no damn validity to it. Its annoying…frustrating and makes no damn sense.


I grew up not far from there and while I know it’s been 20+ years since I graduated and moved away. I remember the majority of that town was lower income and it seems the tea has targeted many lower income areas. We currently live in a small town as well the majority is a very similar income levels I do worry about this happening too. Just because they are a small district does not mean they are lacking in great teachers. I’m so tired of schools being graded on how well the students take an assessment that is rigged from the beginning anyways! This is more reason to OPT OUT!


We already know the TEA is a rogue agency. But We need an investigation on Marlin’s superintendent. If it’s the same one who used to be in austin, she’s dangerous and very bad news.


Who?


Castarphen (sp?) went to Atlanta to terrorize students and teachers there.
I agree she was awful–a Broadie and we are still feeling her effects 😡


Yes, Carstophen was terrible. I’m talking about Jean Bahney who is quoted as the superintendent of Marlin ISD. Assuming it’s the same one, she was very bad news when she worked at austin.


I don’t remember a superintendent in Austin by that name.


Plus TEA likes to take Suspend Teacher Certificates for unfounded reasons. This is a TERRORIST Organization. As long as I am alive and able I am going to do whatever I can to shut down the Treasonous organization.



Here is yet another post from this group:

This is a newsletter we are supposed to distribute to parents.


And some replies to this psot:

There is no state law that requires students to be at school every day instruction is offered.


Nor are the courts the next step for addressing attendance issues. This principal is sorry!


this is absurd! I’m surprised the district I’m in hasn’t sent something like this. They were pushing attendance big time last year. I’m already going to court next week for truancy on my 4 year old. I’m going to have problems as my youngest grows up here. I wish these schools would change already. 😡 😤


why is your 4 year old in truancy? What happened? How many days and what steps were taken before having to go to court?


22 in the first semester. She had strep most of those days until we got her into surgery in November for a tonsillectomy, where she missed over a week just for that. The school sent home a couple of letters and had a phone call meeting with me where they read the handbook and the compulsory attendance law to me. I withdrew her a couple days after I was served papers. So, she’s not in school anymore, but my summons says a warrant will be issued if I don’t go. So I’m assuming my court date still stands.


yes, it is best to go. That’s pretty outrageous on their part. I assume they never offered any home services. Since CA doesn’t apply until you are 6, your withdrawal from the pre-K or K program should keep you out of trouble.


I agree. I mean, she’s 4 and in pre-K. Who cares at this point?! They did not offer home services. I’m not sure what that would even be honestly. I’m hoping nothing comes of it since I took her out.


What district was this? I am interstate to know the names of assholes who demand that a kid show up to preschool with (highly contagious) strep.
Infuriatingly ridiculous.


this is Bridge City ISD. And I agree. It’s ludicrous to me that they would be so adamant about a preschool child going to school. They also knew she was sick a lot because I let them know why she was having surgery as soon as I found out and that we would be out for at least a week.


This is awful. Parents are scared enough of opting kids out and then to be threatened with having courts involved. This principle needs some very informed parents to talk to. If I got this from my daughters school, I’d be up there in a quick minute.



And yet another post from this group:

Our district is changing students classes so they can start STAAR “bootcamp” for whatever test they didnt pass. SMH.

Garland isd. My child has a 504 plan and I told them to move him back to his original class.


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

So far the WHO has commented on the stock market and suggested the idea of not using paper currency, but still hasn’t declared this a pandemic… Raising anyone’s ears aside from mine? What’s the old saying about never missing your chance to push your agenda during a crisis…. Only currency is dirty [?], nothing else humans touch on a regular basis is. Sure looks like we’re being set up for a cashless society.


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

Feeling like this corona virus / bank notes thing is a convenient excuse to further quash cash in favor of digital payment systems.

https://qz.com/1803255/china-is-disinfecting-banknotes-to-stop-spread-of-coronavirus/?fbclid=IwAR3JijcFwVVh33Bufg-4BSR9KiKg66Q4LcJ4GoYzF5kGBxvQhryHA691NxQ


And another post from her:

Is it fair to ask why New York City Council is funding this app to report housing violations along with the Robin Hood Foundation (Paul Tudor Jones, hedge funder) and Chan Zuckerberg? Because it seems to me that the poor should be able to secure safe and healthy (and affordable) places to live without having to constantly take pictures of conditions in their homes and write up notes on their living situation, right? Am I right? Tenant rights should NOT be tied to an invasive app promoted by hedge funds. Got it?

Funders:

https://www.justfix.nyc/about/partners/

The founder listed as a World Economic Forum “Global Shaper.”

https://www.linkedin.com/in/georgesclement/

https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/justfix-nyc#section-overview


And some replies to this post:

We have a city app “see click fix” and used it to report our broken city garbage container and a pothole. they left me a fine and ticket for a mess on a property I don’t own next to my house. I had to scream and yell at our council to get the real problem Fixed. I’m still waiting it’s been over a year


That sucks. This, however, is more invasive, because they are asking people to take pictures in their homes. Of course we know that is all training data, too.

What happens if a person accidentally includes in the photo some information those in power could use against them?


They real use these to fine people and increase revenues


So it is the same system to report issues with public infrastructure and private property?


Yes I used the app to report our broken shared garbage container and a pothole and they gave me a ticket for my neighbors private property. So yes they’re using it under the guise of infrastructure to attack private property. The first thing the city did was cut and clean their lot for five minutes and send the owner a bill

R. City put liens on private property and then takes the lot


Wow – so exactly that scenario.


Some city councilman was posting on Facebook how great the The app was and how it helped fix problems in a nice affluent area so I screamed and yelled what happened to me and I did get my garbage container fixed because sanitation told me they had no more garbage containers. But I still have a pothole and my neighbor got a fine


Which is why we really don’t need any more data – we need a redistribution of power and to have fully-funded public services including street repair.

This was mentioned in a “justice summit” at The Hague last year.



Here is a post from another friend of mine:

Dallas surveillance cameras in special ed rooms.
“under the new policy parents will not be able to opt-out of a special education classroom if they don’t want their child under surveillance.”


Here is a post from the Minnesota anti-Common Core group:

MORE THAN 30 BIPARTISAN BILLS ARE BEFORE CONGRESS USURPING THE CONSTITUTION TO CONTINUE THE UN AGENDA IN EDUCATION

Do you ever wonder why our state legislature puts forth thousands of bills each biennium?? Where do they get the ideas for all these bills? Constituents? No! Their own thoughts on school reform? No! Paid lobbyists who represent Big $$$ and Left-Right organizations? YES!!! The United Nations spawns most of these reform bills. And so it is the same with Congress.


And another post from this group:

We have an alert here in Minnesota for Friday morning in the senate at 9:30am, Capitol building. Senate File 3977 authors Sen. Howe & Sen. Pratt, seek to amend the Minnesota Constitution. This bill creates a “constitutional right” to public education. If a parent should choose private education, including home education, are they denying their children a Minnesota-protected constitutional right?” HSLDA.

The bill removes some of the most important and beautiful language regarding education, our state’s government structure and state’s rights. This is the first paragraph. The second lays out the vote and question before the public. (Screen shot below.)

Note how the sentences are crossed out. This is language they want to do away with.

“Section 1. The stability of a republican form of government depending mainly upon the
intelligence of the people, it is the duty of the legislature to establish a general and uniform
system of public schools. The legislature shall make such provisions by taxation or otherwise
as will secure a thorough and efficient system of public schools throughout the state.”

THIS is the replacement language (with my commentary).

“ALL (all means all) children have a fundamental right to a quality public (not private, not homeschool, nor private childcare) education that fully prepares them with the skills (academics now completely gone as is the “intelligence of the people”) necessary for participation in the economy, our democracy, (We’re a republic, thank you!), and society, as measured against uniform achievement standards (Common Core standards) set forth by the state (adopted by our state, not devised by the state). It is a paramount DUTY OF THE STATE (not the parent, not the teachers, not the schools, the state is in complete authority in a way it was not before) to ensure quality public schools that fulfill this fundamental right.”

And that ladies and gentlemen takes you straight to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation where “the fundamental right to an education” has been pushed alongside the UN Treaty Rights of the Child.

From the UNESCO website:
“Education as a fundamental human right lies at the heart of UNESCO’s mission and is enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) and many other international human rights instruments.”

“The right to education is one of the key principles underpinning the Education 2030 Agenda and Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG4) adopted by the international community. SDG 4 is rights-based and seeks to ensure the full enjoyment of the right to education as fundamental to achieving sustainable development.”

https://en.unesco.org/themes/right-to-education

This constitutional amendment is the brainchild of Art Rolnick, former head of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve and Alan Page, Minnesota Supreme Court justice.”

UNESCO demonstrates how to take legal action through laws and frameworks to bring about “fundamental rights of education”. https://en.unesco.org/themes/right-to-education/legal-action

This bill is opposed by: HSLDA, MACHE, MACC and ParentalRights.org


And some replies to this post;

This is the UN Rights of the Child in other language. “All children have fundamental right to education.” This is the UN!


I just read the proposed constitutional amendment by a former MN Supreme Court member (Page) and a guy from the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Gag!!!! But it does serve to support this “great start” nonsense.

It changes terminology, shifting political from “republic” to “democratic” as our understood system of government, for one example.

No doubt the schools that will serve as models for the new state standard of “quality” will include Edina, Eden Prairie, i.e. wealthy schools with lovely facilities. Trillions will be necessary to bring the rest of the state up to that level of “quality.”

The letter practically invites parents to prepare to sue their school districts for the injustice of their child receiving a less “quality” education in their district as compared to another in the state. Current struggling and failing schools will be at the front of the line to sue, with no requirement to fund the suit on their part. I can imaging that oodles of lawyers and even some additional judges will be needed to handle the uptick in suing the state for not providing a top notch education.

It will necessitate another overhaul of our educational system, likely common core on steroids. All schools will have to be the same, and have to be overseen by the state. This will create vast control of curriculum choices and other choices that parents can currently make if they desire a Christian education or homeschool education for their children. This constitutional change only allows for the state to determine “quality” and loudly states that it can only be done via public schools.


Isn’t this a backdoor method to ban anything OTHER than public education? After all, it says you have a right to a quality PUBLIC education (not just education in general).
As such I could see some leftist social justice warrior types using this language as a legal platform to say that by sending your kid to private or home school, you are denying them of their “right to a quality PUBLIC education” even if they are getting a quality or superior education from another source. Home school students could sue parents, activist groups could sue or starve private schools out of existence, etc.


yes, this is to make all venues public. The Great Start bill seeks to “increase public funding and regulations” for “both public and private” childcare across the board, birth and up. Those who want improvements in the public schools only will soon see that this is the last stand before their schools are taken over by a Marxist entity – UNESCO. If people don’t know what’s actually going on in our world by now, I just don’t know what to say…


OK, Rolnick referenced here. Also being pushed by the Minneapolis Fed. All of the reserve branches are pushing pay for success workforce development.
http://www.startribune.com/we-need-a-constitutional-amendment-to-guarantee-strong-families-and-communities/567277752/
See PFS and the Richmond Fed.
https://scontent-ort2-2.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/s960x960/88069610_1268315316695101_3769626129216831488_o.jpg?_nc_cat=106&_nc_sid=1480c5&_nc_ohc=PdbMLCVhnU4AX8fgZNp&_nc_ht=scontent-ort2-2.xx&_nc_tp=7&oh=d2dd2800740b998116502aa2037c2654&oe=5E82CC7C

how can we fight this? Not terribly surprising about Pratt, but very disappointing about Howe

You haven’t seen the line up in the House. We loose that regardless, but so many unexpected co-authors. I don’t think they understand?? Testify at the committee on Friday. It’s Carla Nelson’s Ed Policy and Finance. After that, we need to make lots of visits.
The House has passed this through the committee process I believe. Just a House floor vote left. It’s moving swiftly…

This constitutional amendment is also opposed by Child Protection League, who will also be sending out information. The achievement gap will not be “fixed” by passing a law saying “fix it.” It will spread the net of government oversight over all education, public, private, and homeschool. The courts will be in charge, and masses amounts of money will be thrown at the problem they cannot fix, because they refuse to acknowledge that the basis of young people succeeding in school and in life begins with an intact family. That reality they cannot stomach.

This is important – it goes into the language intentions according to the Federal Reserve.
https://www.minneapolisfed.org/policy/education-achievement-gaps/why-a-constitutional-amendment
“By focusing on children rather than students, this proposed language includes the possibility of encompassing early childhood education, as needed by individual children, without extending to post-secondary education.”
“The proposed language will require the state to meet standards that are measurable, are based on outcomes”

Yes. We have Common Core in English and College and Career Ready in Math.

The Fed is pushing pay for success tied to “workforce development” as set out by O*NET and planned regional economies.
https://wrenchinthegears.com/2019/06/26/pay-for-success-finance-preys-upon-the-poor-presentation-at-left-forum-6-29-19/
The program is turning education into “lifelong learning” where obtaining stackable credentials for gig work allows the rich to make wagers on the lives of the poor.

The concept was actually developed by Rolnick with Steven Rothschild in St. Paul in the mid 1990s. All of this human capital investing is linked to their human bond program.


Yes, StriveTogether is working in our state and I believe the Rochester, MN Cradle to Career Collaboratives was started or aided by the chair of the commitee who will hear the bill.

https://c2cmn.com/


does MN have a third grade reading guarantee?


Hmmm… what is that exactly, the guarantee?


The children can’t move on to the 4th grade without achieving a certain score on their 3rd grade standards literacy assessments. It’s an impact metric. Lots of states have them.

In the impact space it’s going to be pre-k / kindergarden special education; 3rd grade reading scores; 8th grade math scores; graduate / FAFSA completion. Those are the targeted areas for PFS investments.


I don’t know. Is there a place I could look? and why is it germane to the topic?

What about early childhood?


They are setting up education to be engineered to these impact metrics to run the PFS deals. That is why all the talk of achievement “gaps.” The “gaps” are managed on the data dashboards.

Yes – well the impact metric for that is special education screening at kindergarten enrollment.


We have NEW kindergarten ready assessments legislation right now.


Yup. Here is the Third Grade piece

https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/cite/120B.12


You know our state’s been involved in Pay for Success since when, 2014? Do you have an image of a data dashboard?


Not compulsory retention – but all the interventions will be data-driven and tied probably to PFS funded. “solutions. “

I would bet dollars to donuts Hoonuit is part of this. https://littlesis.org/org/332617-Hoonuit

So Hoonuit services Datazone, which is the model datawarehouse in Santa Clara.

So Hoonuit services Datazone, which is the model datawarehouse in Santa Clara. https://www.datazone.org/#features

It is crucial you all understand that there are direct ties between the Twin Cities and the Bay Area tech and venture capital via Stephen Rothschild and Emmett Carson and his wife Jacqueline Copeland.

https://littlesis.org/maps/3546-emmett-carson-silicon-valley-community-foundation

I write about Datazone here.

Rothschild and Rolnick created peformance-based contracting in the mid-1990s. They are the model for PFS.

This is an example of a dashboard. Social Suite is funded by Benioff / Salesforce.

https://littlesis.org/org/316294-SocialSuite

Ballmer has a version for social impact measurement. It’s called Social Solutions.

Regarding the Minneapolis Fed – are you aware that Kashkari is former Goldman Sachs and was a key figure in the TARP bailout? https://littlesis.org/person/36925-Neel_Kashkari

See my post re human capital securitization.



And yet another post from this group:

“Some bad ideas just refuse to die. After laying dormant for several years, the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child has once again entered the spotlight via a newly introduced bill in the US House of Representatives.”

“Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) recently introduced a foreign policy package called the “Pathway to Peace.” Its seven bills represent various pillars of progressive ideology. One of those bills, House Resolution 854, supports the UN’s Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), a treaty that HSLDA and other pro-family organizations have stood against since it was introduced for insinuating the government between parent and child in deciding what their best interests are. “H/T HSLDA”

🚫 NO on US HR854

https://hslda.org/content/docs/news/2020/20200225-treaty-threatens-us-protection-for-children.aspx?fbclid=IwAR17GuyCieg9MJyLAk0dkSxLziYzigZkO2jdO1JNyC5UJE1r88dybQDZibk



Here is another post form this group:

MACC’s Series on the Battle Against Minnesota Families and the Childcare Industry. 6 ATTACKS ON MINNESOTA FAMILIES & CHILDCARE
Parent Aware Star Rating System is permanently established despite CCAP fraud
NEW Kindergarten Readiness Assessment mandates
State takeover of the private childcare market by increasing “funding and regulating” “both public and private” childcare markets.
Almost 400% expansion of “free” daycare/childcare for ALL income levels
Amending ages downward to BIRTH to 3 from prior ages 3 to 5
Expanded home visits with mandated equal health outcomes, “health equity”

SF 3606 passes. Sen Carla Nelson’s (R-Rochester) education policy and finance committee on March 2nd. Re-refferred to senate health and human services committee.


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

This story needs to be told. And while this movement is arguably most brutal to the indigenous peoples of the world, they are by no means the only ones who will be affected by the repurposing of land for the Green New Deal. We might as well call it U.N. Agenda 21. Regional and intergovernmental commissions – the Chambers of Commerce, usually – are already setting up restrictions on land use and property rights, supporting a “stack and pack” model of urban planning, and reworking food supply chains in order to remake the landscape into large areas of wilderness and strategic mega-regions. TIF Zones, eminent domain abuse, incursions into school boards, transportation strategies, and neighborhood revitalization projects are all a part of this.

As this article states, reclaimed wilderness land – land taken from people who depend upon it – will have to be protected from the displaced and righteously indignant people whose lives have been thrown into chaos in the name of the Green New Deal. That’s where all the surveillance comes in. Stack and pack and surveil the people to make sure that they cannot oppose the new feudalism.

This short interview (25 min) is a fascinating overview of Agenda 21.


And another post from her:

We’re hearing a lot about “whole” approaches lately. Whole-child, whole-community, whole-health. Now we have the #wholeCAR approach. Imagine the information that these sensors will collect as they monitor the interior of your vehicle. Smart phones can collect much of this data already, but at least we have the option to leave them at home.

“This isn’t just speculation. Aptiv demonstrated these technologies at the recent CES 2020 show in Las Vegas, as part of our broader demonstrations on the benefits of interior sensing. And we will continue to use our whole-car perspective to create even more safety innovations that leverage all of the data generated by the car.”

https://www.aptiv.com/newsroom/article/smarter-safety-through-interior-and-exterior-sensor-fusion


Who didn’t see THIS coming? https://www.educationviews.org/wisconsin-public-schools-gender-neutral-bathroom-closed-after-student-arrest-for-sexual-assault/


Here is a post from an anti-Common Core group:

Common core Diva:

Sure, buy all you can from Amazon. It’s what Amazon is “buying” for your mental health, especially since n schools & communities.


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

HEADING TOWARDS CASHLESS SOCIETY – NEVER WASTE A CRISIS

https://www.yahoo.com/news/cash-could-spreading-coronavirus-warns-154003480.html


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

Seems Philadelphia City Council’s “Poverty Committee” has been busy. Council President Clarke looks to be cooking up a local UBI pilot with the United Way. Remember – it’s never going to be cash with no strings attached. United Way is ALICE (Assets Limited Income Constrained Employed), and the working poor are being set up as a permanent underclass to fuel global impact markets. If it sounds too good to be true…

This is a follow up to it, re blockchain investments in the poor.


And another post from her:

Well now, seems like the Federal Reserve branches are all in for pay for success workforce-aligned education / training. In Minnesota they are pushing a constitutional amendment that essentially reduces education to acquiring sets of skills deemed to be economically productive. This is bad news folks. Very bad.

https://www.minneapolisfed.org/article/2020/a-constitutional-amendment-to-transform-education-in-minnesota?fbclid=IwAR31AKW5rpYnQ4E5Cla-Aqr-s0QKrub61EqO4nI1wdwUB-HrUZbxVWR4kso


And some replies to this post:


All of them are working with Social Venture Partners.



IBM Global markets = blockchain education



And yet another post from her:

Neuroeconomics – JFC!!!


And a reply to this post:



And yet another post from her:

The plan is for the Federal Reserve to advance via the Community Reinvestment Act, investments in “undervalued human capital.” This will involve pay for success finance and digital monitoring for pathway compliance of communities that have been systematically oppressed and marginalized under capitalism. Picture surveillance play tables for toddlers.

The screenshot is from a 2018 conference “Reinventing Our Communities” sponsored by the Philadelphia and Richmond Federal Reserve branches and Johns Hopkins. The conference was held in Baltimore in 2018.

One of the keynotes was Wes Moore, CEO of the Robin Hood Foundation. Rob Grunewald, protege of Art “Human Capital Bond” Rolnick, from the Minneapolis Federal Reserve also presented on PFS financed pre-k. I’ll put his slideshare in the comments.

They are in the process of changing the state constitution of Minnesota to enable this. Right now it’s mostly conservatives who are pushing back. So, I’m asking liberals/progressives if you prepared to look the other way as toddlers are blockchained to profit Goldman Sachs? Well?

Conference:

https://www.philadelphiafed.org/community-development/events/2018/reinventing-our-communities

Grunewald’s pre-k pay for success presentation.

https://www.philadelphiafed.org/-/media/community-development/events/2018/reinventing-our-communities/presentations/innovative-financing-grunewald.pdf?la=en


And some replies to this post:

Gotta close that digital divide 😤

Get ‘em while they’re young

https://www.dallasfed.org/cd/communities/2019/1904


Knowing what is happening with brain monitoring and this scary ass sh*t with neuroscience, how likely it is that they are going to actually engineer brain “growth” to fulfill impact deals? I mean imagine they get to the point that instead of benchmark testing they are doing actual brain scans. It that too far off. Julianne it makes me think of Leavitt and R. Brad Lane.

That is what the Gates / Chan Zuckerberg investments are into with the video gaming to “improve” executive function.

It’s interesting to me that the Dallas Fed was at the conference, but not a sponsor. There were like six other branches that sponsored the event.


The Providence school system was recently the subject of a scathing evaluation by Johns Hopkins. It led to the state takeover of the Providence school system.
Guess I know why now…


Bloomberg owns Johns Hopkins BTW


I don’t get how they can still be using the Perry School research as though it’s scientific.
Oh, scratch that. Education reform research doesn’t have to be scientifically valid, it just has to set up metrics 😦 But still…..that feeling of so much irony that education research is closer to snake oil I never quite get over.



And yet another post from her:

Wow, so it seems like PFS speculative investments in human capital are likely going to be hitched to speculative investments in multi-family rental properties with wrap around “supports” for “economic mobility.” That was something I hadn’t fully considered. Think about all those plans for affordable teacher housing, some of it associated with charters. So many of these deep pockets are operating in the home building space, including Eli Broad…

Imagine if those in power had something like an “opportunity atlas” developed at Harvard to prop up social engineering plans involving removal of people from areas targeted for gentrification. By offering vouchers to “choose” another zip code philanthropcapitalists are thus authorized to track those families over time to see if they are making sufficient economic “progress.” Ugh. This is so awful.


And some replies to this post:

The LAUSD built ‘teacher housing’ that ran into problems. Cali housing law doesn’t allow discrimination based upon employment and many teachers couldn’t afford the rent. Many tenants qualify with section 8 assistance including non-teaching district employees. This information is a couple of years old.


Maybe that is the plan. I think they want voucher tenants so they can push PFS supportive “services.” Maybe the teacher housing narrative is just a way to package it.


They wanted to make teacher housing so the district would be competitive at hiring teachers. Right now, a 1br apartment costs around $2000 a month. It’s unreal. So by building teacher housing, they could avoid needing to bump up the salary to be competitive with other areas.
I think they’d need to make an offer that’s around $15,000 a year higher than in more inland areas. So, that pretty much covers the cost of building the housing. They could charge $1200 a month in rent, and the district maybe makes a small profit.


That is not the motiviation.

What I mean is that if it tied to PFS finance then the residents will have to be tracked against their economic “mobility” or improved “productivity,” because they must have a cost offset to take the profit. If it’s not teachers it will be returning citizens, people in recovery, youth aging out of foster care. Everyone will have to be run through the predictive analytics systems and then monitored on their assigned “pathway” of PFS services to justify access to the housing.


I don’t think they have PFS. These are affordable, not public or subsidized housing. Affordable housing is just a funding scheme to get capital for less money, and charge lower rents, but they still make money. They probably accept section 8, but they serve the band of workers who wouldn’t qualify for section 8, too. I mean, these are catering to LAUSD employees.

The irony is that they could have just funded it themselves, jacked up the rents a little, and profited off teachers, while still offering below-market rents.


This is what is coming – that Federal Reserve Conference. In anticipation of mass layoffs. They are anticipating how to make money off the unemployed. It will be trading in human capital data and the nodes of collection are education / healthcare / supportive housing. I guess I wasn’t thing about how the housing income intersects with PFS. LA does have PFS housing tied to reentry now.

https://littlesis.org/maps/4635-hud-doj-pay-for-success-projects


I was thinking about the surveillance part. Around 10 years ago, there was a controversy because HACLA installed cameras at, I think, Jordan Downs or Pueblo projects. It’s part of a gentrification push.

Here it is. https://www.scpr.org/news/2010/06/24/16494/lapd-dramatically-increase-use-surveillance-camera/

I think Jordan Downs might be in the USC gentrification sights. Ramona Gardens is, for sure. That entire area around RG is getting gentrified by the USC biotech/medicine research campus, and they have intentions to expand.

I just started looking into Just in Reach. I didn’t know about that.


Could that be related to the change in zoning disallowing single family residences?


I think so. The push is for density, but new construction allows more infrastructure for data collection.


you mean like those new houses next to me with built in Alexa in the walls? 🤪


Ya, exactly like that!


I wonder what happened to those homes. I think they all sold out.


Most people won’t think to question. We are trained not to think, mostly.

So this is what I’m looking at from 2018 – reinventing communities (Name redacted) FYI CommonBond is MN) https://www.philadelphiafed.org/community-development/events/2018/reinventing-our-communities

The guy doing the framing remarks J. Ronald Terwilliger is a major residential real estate developer. Worked for Trammel Crow. Remember the crazy photos from Old Parkland? That was developed by Crow Holdings. He’s also tied to Habitat for Humanity AND the Navy.

https://www.enterprisecommunity.org/about/our-people/j-ronald-terwilliger-chair

J. Ronald Terwilliger, Chair
Chairman Emeritus
Trammell Crow Residential
Columbia Headquarters
70 Corporate Center
11000 Broken Land Parkway, Suite 700
Columbia, MD 21044
Ron Terwilliger is currently non-executive chairman of Terwilliger Pappas Multifamily Partners which focuses on rental apartment development in the Atlanta, Charlotte, Nashville and Raleigh/Durham markets. He is chairman emeritus of Trammell Crow Residential Company, a national residential real estate company and the largest developer of multifamily housing in the U.S. for several decades during his tenure as CEO.
Ron is an honor graduate of the United States Naval Academy. After serving five years in the Navy, he received his MBA degree with high distinction from the Harvard Graduate School of Business where he was elected a Baker Scholar.
Ron is past chairman of the Urban Land Institute and currently serves as a trustee. He is also chairman emeritus of the Wharton Real Estate Center. Ron is additionally past chairman of the International Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity and currently chairs Habitat’s Global Development Council. Ron serves as chairman of the I Have a Dream Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to educating low-income children. He also serves as chairman of the Enterprise Community Partners board of trustees. Ron serves on the boards of the U. S. Naval Academy Foundation, the Urban Institute, Horatio Alger Association and Colony Starwood Homes.
Ron’s philanthropic contributions include a $5 million gift to establish the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing. Ron’s $5 million gift to Enterprise created the Enterprise Terwilliger Fund – targeted to create 2,000 affordable homes annually. He has pledged and contributed more than $20 million to the U.S. Naval Academy. His $100 million legacy gift to Habitat for Humanity International will help 60,000 families access improved housing conditions.
Ron was inducted into the National Association of Homebuilder’s Hall of Fame in 2008. In 2009, Ron was honored by the National Housing Conference with the Housing Leader of the Year Award.
Ron was honored in 2009 by the United States Naval Academy as a Distinguished Graduate for his lifetime commitment to service, personal character and distinguished contributions to our nation. In 2012, Ron was honored with the National Patriotism Award by the National Foundation of Patriotism. Ron was the recipient of the 2013 ULI J.C. Nichols Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development. Ron was also selected for the prestigious Horatio Alger Award – Class of 2014, bestowed upon individuals who have succeeded in spite of adversity and who are committed to supporting young people in pursuit of increased opportunities through higher education.
In 2014, Ron established the J. Ronald Terwilliger Foundation for Housing America’s Families to recalibrate federal housing policy to more effectively address our nation’s critical affordable housing challenges and to meet the housing needs of future generations.


Yes, Common Bond communities are all over.


This absolutely is something I have considered. They are creating ecosystems of human capital commodity hubs, meaning, not just using individual human capital for obedience, (and behavior economics string pulling) but social capital. Much more effective to intensify having people on the ground as social investment via group dynamics keeping us all in line.
Harnessing the power of social capital,–over just individual human capital idea- is also something I read coming out of Columbia Teachers College? I would have to dig, but it’s in one of my bookmarks. But, engineered by those brilliant (sarc alert) administrative types taking old ideas and repackaging and leveraging them as new. Unfortunately in disaster capitalism, they will probably get their way. 😦
I’m ready to leave the mother ship and find a nice POD far away from most humans, just saying.

Well, it’s not what I was looking for, but in my mind it relates.

https://www.tc.columbia.edu/articles/2012/july/tc-paper-on-the-building-of-social-capital-wins-research-awa/

Recipes for group think in human dynamism.


Columbia University was the incubator for Technocracy after all.

Also, I think this feeds into the work the Knight Foundation is doing around “citizen engagement” and the “civic commons,” some of which is happening at the garden. They talk a lot about “metrics” and measuring engagement and “mixing” ugh. All social relations have to be tracked and quantified for global capitalists. I’m guessing subaltern secret societies are going to be the way to go.


Hmm….also not what I was looking for, but interesting to the idea of harnessing group think for financializing human commodity groups? And of course….redlining used to be just for banks and housing, now it’s for interoperable investments via entire city and rural blocks. Using a map, I can get data on that aggregates where the highest pockets of opiod use is here in Wa. And I could come in with my own ideas for social innovation to profit from them and get a grant or loan….Hmmm…. How about a “How to profit from addicts” manual? An investment seminar. I’ll get my power suit together.
Haven’t read this….


You know Michael Crow of ASU came out of Columbia, too.


New Profit has the New Teacher Center….Last I heard, they were partnering with my district.
The future workforce pathways to teaching and learning, will make sure students can’t be a teacher, without being sheep. The deep dives into data using the big 5 personality, will make sure of that. That is until you are desperate to eat and as such are forced to help future students with their AI learning, including, helping them interact with their personalized Robot.
It’s starting to be a good time to be what? What jobs will there be for those who are not sheep?
Social capital = SHEEP 101. If you don’t agree, you must be disagreeable and how’s your social score? Hope you weren’t planning on flying anywhere, because collaboration is a National security issue.
Should I get my Hester Pryrnne, F for Failure pinned to my dress ready?

https://www.newprofit.org/our-impact/impact-stories/new-teacher-center/


Here you go [name redacted] “change makers” and “social capital” investments.


There was a book by Farley Mowat I read years ago, that describe a group of people that lived along the Newfoundland coast. Their method of survival and wealth was to wait for ships to wreck and hit the rocky cliffs so they could raid them for the treasures. It’s tough to remember it was so long ago that I read it, (40 years ago), but it seems like they used lighthouses to confuse ships into wrecking. (if they didn’t they probably would, they were pretty ruthless) If people died, so what. In many ways a very sick society dependent on other’s misfortune for their own benefit.
I feel like that’s what opportunity in creative social entrepreneurism is today in disaster capitalism: How can I reduce every person and every encounter to how can I profit off your misfortune while holding myself up as a do gooder ?
They call this raiding and preying on others’ self agency being creative right in the Deep learning via the ed. reformers. Creativity is reduced to human capital value in the workforce i.e. how can I use you for my benefit? This is in Michael Fullan, Mission Ready, 21st century learning b.s. How does it get past so many people? Because suckuperism is career advancement.
It’s like Amway on steroids. You think your friend invited you for coffee and then it’s “Hey, I got some soap for you, are you interested?”
You mean you invited me over to sell me something? Crap. That’s best case scenario. Worst case they wait for you to ship wreck.


You know they call all of these innovation districts “beacon” districts?

They also use the term light house, too.

Tada—right this way to the rocky shore, compliments of Zuckerberg.

https://www.innovate.ri.gov/lighthouse-schools-video

Gah – the term is also used by “The Leader In Me” folks


These are micro-communities that can be managed over and against each other. It’s like they’re hedging control groups for future impact opportunities – metrics that will present themselves further in to the fourth revolution hell. Also, i think you’re right about the geofencing, and surely this is being set up to coincide with that.
I have lots of your stuff to catch up on today! Looks pretty intense.



And yet another post from her:

Given how perceptions of public school “quality” influence valuations of residential real estate, it is interesting to consider the havoc a non-brick-and-mortar “learning ecosystem” model would have on that market. Yes?


And some replies to this post:

I would think online school might be popular with people in areas far from schools, like they need to ride a bus for a long time to attend school. Who uses these schools?


The plan is within the decade there will be no more schools per se.

And there are consequences that no one is talking about


I don’t really see classrooms as a great learning environment. It works for some people, but not others. So, I think diversification is okay. At least there will be more modes of learning, for both success and failure. If an “A” depends on doing a bunch of things besides book learning, we’ll all be “B-” students.
However, I see real problems with determining what activities get included into the “eco-system” and what is excluded. That’s going to be so politicized.
Will kids get credit for being partially trilingual, because they have immigrant parents who have two different countries of origin? Is this fair to monolingual households?
Will kids get credit for reading an ebook at home every week? What about kids who live in overcrowded apartments, and can’t find quiet space unless they sit outside? What books count?
Physical schools do so much to put resources into students hands, if they are adequately funded. It may not be as ideal as, say, having a lab, workshop, and library at home, but provides something. It gives young people access to adults with college educations. It can also be a quiet refuge where people can study, away from the distractions, noise, smells, and drama at home.
I know, in the press, they say schools are broken down and nasty, and so forth, but, sometimes, they are really nice environments. They’re only 20-40 years old, not totally falling apart, and clean.
I think, given the choice, many people would choose physical schools and classes. I don’t mind it, for topics that I’m not that excited to learn – the schedule and rituals help me get through the material when I lack the discipline.
At their best, the teacher lectures go beyond the mandated curriculum. My two memorable classes were high school honors history, where we diverged from the standard curriculum and learned about (Western) philosohpers, and then read The Fountainhead and The Communist Manifesto, and a intro to business class I took as an adult, where the teacher was a retired community banker who told stories about businesses, especially failures, about running out of money, bribes from developers, and that kind of thing.
I guess that’s what I think would be lost: a kind of venue for older, experienced people, to ignore standards, and pontificate about how they see the world.


We have to understand that as we move into 4IR the elite don’t want an educated populace that might feel empowered to rebel and create a new system. They want to turn the educational process into one that is digitally mediated (screens and wearable tech) to maximize data extraction for human capital investments. People will never get a terminal degree, they will just have to get the next micro-credential and the next and the next – hoop after hoop after hoop. there are some people betting they will do it and some betting they won’t. It’s legalized gambling on human futures. This is the future they envision if we don’t intervene. When I first saw this image it kind of blew my mind, but we are not so far from it already.


From your perspective, is the learning ecosystem model being developed to replace all public school? Will the wealthy will send their kids to private school in order to avoid this? Or are private schools also embracing the ‘learning ecosystem’ model as well? It’s interesting to try to imagine what happens to say, the Penn Alexander catchment real estate market if the school no longer exists as brick and mortar option. Are there additional privileges that students in that catchment will get? Like music lessons or art activities? Or maybe parents form even more robust “friends of” organizations to pay for an actual human teacher for face to face interaction? I’m not advocating for extending the current inequitable education options into this ecosystem model, just trying to understand how the current inequalities translate or do not translate into that model, and who this model is being pushed onto.


Well, my sense is that it will go in phases. We are already seeing the first wave – the temporary closures due to health and safety issues. That is tilling up the soil – there will be more families who feel the system is failing their kids and that it is not reliable, so they will head to other options depending on their income. I’m sure that is why the district has the Virtual School.
Once they have the e-wallet systems online the ecosystem can take off. It is NOT the same as a voucher, because it allows unbundled payments. It is NOT like making 1-2 tuition payments to another bricks and mortar school. In this phase the private “micro-school” will develop. They will keep labor costs low with lots of online learning, but there will still be a physical space provided. I think a lot of faith communities will start expanding informal learning programs.
Of course the catch is that whoever takes the voucher will have to turn over the data, so the “impact” can be tracked. Same with out of school time providers – whether public or private.
So we know the landscape of inequality that goes with the present system – trying to buy into or get the lottery for the “good” school. Incredibly stressful – more so if you have more kids, if your transportation isn’t reliable, if any of the kids have special learning needs, if English is not your first language.
So now image that model, but instead of trying to figure out a school for your child every 3-5 years, you are combining some assortment of 20-30 modular CBE elements to cobble together a “personalized” “experiential” learning program? Where the competition for the “choice” extended learning opportunity is cut throat.
Tell me who’s going to get the assignment at the law firm or cultural institution or research lab? The system is always set up for scarcity.
How can you even make that work for a child with special needs? There is NO WAY the voucher will cover those costs – are we going to have to rely on private “investors” and income sharing agreements to supplement, even for children?
There are HUGE ethical concerns about the ecosystem model that we need to be talking about NOW. Let us hope it never gets off the ground, though I do think we are already on the runway.

I can totally see these popping up all over gentrified parts of the city

https://www.cpr.org/2016/02/09/modern-one-room-school-house-coming-to-denvers-highland-neighborhood/


I told you about my concerns about the Acton Microschools model. I’ve been watching it more & more and it’s horrifying!!


this is helpful. Yeah, it seems like we are not far from the micro-school model. It seems like this will exacerbate all of the inequalities currently baked into our system, in addition to raising new ethical considerations. And I assume high school will be largely dismantled in favor of dual enrollment in community colleges….


My daughter went to one briefly. It was a nightmare! Director was woman with zero training in education who was full on bonkers. My daughter hated it so much BS and I was utterly appalled by the lack of actual education going on. Just process, process, and more process. She home schools now & is done with all her academics by lunch. But it wasn’t until after she left that I met Alison and the more I learned from her the more aware I was of the connection.


Parents with money already pay up to get more teacher face time. The richest get tutors, or are themselves educated and provide their own time. Their PTAs raise money to hire art and music teachers.


Yeah – sadly the community colleges are consuming both ends – high school AND 4 year post secondary. The labor market engineers are all pitching the need for the middle-skill credential, which is that post-secondary credential. But that credential is probably still not going to get people the jobs they want in a shrinking market

Yup.

Which is why we need to start now building some alternative structures. If we end up with the ecosystem model, it’s going to be hard to opt out, because you will have no badges and no badges means no employment prospects, unless we can build a parallel economy, but there need to be other spaces to keep some hope alive. That’s my feeling anyway. We can’t all just be stuck coding the apocalypse.


I think there is a rush to remodel our high schools, middle schools etc. so that when they are repurposed investors will get them on the cheap, from tax payer having paid for them. It also gives the illusion, we are investing in brick and mortar.


My old town wants to turn the current high school into affordable housing.


That was my take. New schools are being put up to bankrupt districts and precipitate the collapse. A lot of them are flex / open plan, which will work well for repurposing.


I’m pretty sure Strive together partnerships funded by Ballmer etc. have much to say about the designs of the new and remodeled schools in the pipeline. That will be the community input piece–guided via their leadership with an agenda, so no need to show up unless you want your time wasted.
The public will go WOW. These schools are really going to be something else! ( then they really will be, something else, lol, but not)
Businesses might take them too: Maybe Amazon will have a wing for it’s career pathways. After all, they’re the customer, right?


The micro school might be the best parents can get for their kids in the future? It will take a lot of privilege, that few will be able to afford, especially as 4th revolution kicks in and jobs are replaced even more with automation….it will contribute to more inequality then exists today, how could it not?
I say this, loving the idea of the small school house on a personal level, and turning homes and old buildings into schools,– being the small town person I am and hating being crowded and seeing our schools dominated by top down standardization. But I know, they will be driven by CBE too, as it will be designed for everyone to be obedient to it in the birth through grey pathways.
Milton Friedman said parents would always pay more for their children’s education. In China, one parent will work full time, with their entire salary going to their child’s education. We’re going to be there. Congratulations to the winners.


I will definitely be watching. Where I live the schools foundation sent out a newsletter that raved about the benefits “great” schools have in their ability to raise property values. Didn’t elicit much enthusiasm form the affordable housing community…..


Right? I wonder if the real estate people get it? Maybe those in the know are shifting into human capital impact housing.


tulsa public schools offers regular school tours to realtors.


Reformers and realtors are playing both sides and all sides depending on what pockets they are in, and knowing that it will take time for 4th revolution to fully kick in? Some people think schools have 20 years before they are gone? (I don’t think so, but anything is possible)
I was told by a realtor that it would take at least 10 years or more before investors will want to build a multi house complex–or some such thing– where my house is located in the OZ. But that it would get here eventually. “so relax, your location will remain family housing for awhile, even though outside investors will keep mailing you fliers to sell them your house”. But I doubt she knows about the things we are talking about here, just saying. Still, she could be right.



And yet another post from her:

Sickening – the funder behind one of the Texas Education Research Centers that administers the Longitudinal Database that will underpin investments “undervalued human capital” is the Kinder Foundation (yes Kinder Morgan). The poor are the next target of extractivism.

WTAF “Kinder Morgan is one of Fortune magazine’s Most Admired Companies in America and was previously recognized as the top company among all industries for “Quality of Management.”


And yet another post from her:

People who care for children should find this shocking. In the world of pay for success finance, coming generations are only valued with respect to their future productivity in the STEM workforce.


And some replies to this post:


Yes. And behind the UN is Accenture and Microsoft and all the global impact investors. That’s the part people keep missing.

https://sdgimpact.undp.org/


The U.N. is a spoke in the wheel, although a very important one. It is NOT the wheel.
And it is not what powers the wheel.


Within a global context I think the UN SDGs could even be the hub, but you are correct that it is NOT what is powering the wheel.


My blog is slam full of UN/STEM evidence:



Here is a post from a friend of mine:

Teach for America’s “What Works: Schools to Learn From” series glowingly describes a system of social credit scoring. From the description, I would have thought this school was in Karamay, China, not Chicago.

“Everyone on the Muchin team holds students accountable for good behavior. At the beginning of the school year, students receive a list of what constitutes unacceptable conduct and the consequences for breaching these rules. The expectations and protocols are clear, down to the smallest detail, such as the routine students must follow when greeting someone who visits their classroom.

Teachers keep track of student conduct through a merit/demerit system, which provides scholars with immediate feedback on their choices. Demerits accumulate into detentions, while students can use the merits they earn to purchase goods from the school’s “Merit Store.””

https://www.teachforamerica.org/stories/how-data-is-helping-this-school-drive-big-student-outcomes?fbclid=IwAR38xY7wF8VxeebQSrysKiokXrX4toTqFxyN8xzVR1FN3OLdEfG2YQM5c6o


And another post from her:

Timestamp 12:15 – Discussion of how Michael Crow of Arizona State University and In-Q-tel (venture capital arm of the CIA) is on a mission to transform higher education into a driver of global impact. Before Arizona State, Crow was at Colombia University, the birthplace of Technocracy (used in the technical sense).

TU’s former president, Steadman Upham was from ASU, and the Bank of Oklahoma was the premier sponsor of ASU’s New Economic Initiative. The current TU president’s spouse was general counsel to CIA director George Tenet. Look for Tulsa to be imitating Phoenix in the headlong rush toward totalitarian smart growth.


And here is a post from another friend of mine:

Tech and health future… just… wow.
World Economic Forum
Your bathroom door will be a real-time imaging device that scans you every day and compares your measurements. A smart mirror will detect any changes in your mood or demeanor, and automatically invoke the appropriate dosage of music therapy”


Here is a post from the Utah anti-Common Core group:

HB323, SCHOOL MENTAL HEALTH FUNDING AMENDMENTS, has been amended and is about to be uncircled.
Please contact your State House Rep now!
Let them know that we do not want to codify an annual mental health screening.
We know that screenings are already taking place in some schools, but abuses can be corrected through State School Board rule-making, using the existing Mental Health Qualified Grant Program, and we do not need to put this in statute.

(Parental permission for these screenings is already required in statute: 53E-9-203. We do not need this bill to put parental permission into statute.)

Please vote NO on HB 323 SCHOOL MENTAL HEALTH FUNDING AMENDMENTS
le,utah.gov > My Legislators!


Here is a post from a vaccine skeptic group:

This just passed at 2am. This world is so sick. Opting out isnt an option to me because the curriculum is integrated and the children will surely discuss this amongst each other. You guys I’m beyond livid😡😡😡

WA parents,

The mandatory sex-ed bill passed through the House this morning, despite the thousands of parents who vocally opposed it.

The Democrats voted against the amendment to remove the pornographic materials from the curriculum. It’s bad, guys.

Opt your kids out of sex ed in WA if you don’t want a stranger teaching them:

-how 12 year olds can masturbate each other or bathe together for STD-free pleasure
-how to engage in bondage or blood/body fluid play
-how men can have babies
-why parents and religious groups are to be distrusted
-why it’s mean for girls to exclude boys from their sports teams

  • how to get an abortion without telling you
  • how to get cross-sex hormones without your consent
  • how to get an HPV vaccination without your involvement
  • why porn is okay for kids

Gone are the days of the basic lessons about birds and bees. Today’s sex-ed curriculum teaches 2nd graders about boners. It includes Playboy and Penthouse magazine covers in its lesson plans. It tasks students with going out into the community to practice procuring free condoms as part of their homework assignments.

Of course it’s heavily lobbied by Planned Parenthood, who has a vested interest in prematurely sexualizing their prospective clients/cash cows.

It’s not just informative; it’s actually grooming. You can’t say no one warned you.


And some replies to this post:

CO passed a similar bill last legislative session. The schools don’t even have to notify you of when they are going to do it.


I think I read that parents are allowed to opt out?


“According to the legislation, kindergartners would be taught the differences between boys’ and girls’ bodies and that there are many ways to express gender.
Older students would learn about LGBTQ issues, contraception, pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases and sexual consent.
Individual districts would be able to determine how much is taught as long as they follow the state’s minimum standards.
Parents would also be able to decide to opt-out of the program.”
One argument stated that having sex ed taught early on will help prevent/end sexual abuse at home…but, parents can opt out so won’t the pedophiles just opt the kids out?


What causes this kind of perversion to become legal? Well, to them there is no ultimate truth or goodness. We traveled this week from upstate New York all the way down to Chatleston SC. and then back. Guess what we saw all the way up and down? The sky covered with chemtrails and their fake clouds, guess what? Someones think they have a right to take the sky from us? What next? There are some pretty wicked people in power right now. What’s even worse is how many people are afraid to acknowledge its happening….worse yet is many don’t even look up to see whats going on!


We travel from MB SC to Pa regularly too, and see all kinds of chemtrails and chemical skies. It is maddening. I have tried so many times to get people to look up too. They are not interested. Last week at the beach here the sky was unbelievable, and I could not get anyone to notice.


Yah, I’m in WA, and I am NOT happy about it at all! It still has more steps to go through, but both houses are run by Democrats, who are all basically for it. They’re trying to pass stuff before the election this November. Lots of people are not happy about all the crap they’re trying to push through. I hope a bunch of Democrats get voted out, and people get voted in who understand that their job is to represent “we the people”. My husband and I are seriously considering homeschooling, but word is the Democrats are talking about passing a bill that would require CPS home visits for home schooled kids. 😤


I opted all my kids out of sex Ed when my fifth grader came home and told me in PE they were learning heath and sex Ed and did I know a penis can go into a butthole. I dang near choked on my dinner and pulled her the next morning


This has been happening at San Antonio, TX Public Schools and parents don’t seem to care. It’s been reported on the radio!


It still has to go back to the senate floor for a vote. While I hope it dies I honestly don’t see that happening and bet it passes. Cali has already started indoctrinating this crap to kids and I believe a few other states have as well. The biggest problem is parents just don’t know this is happening and they won’t until they get their kids homework asking them to basically write a porn story for an English assignment and fisting gets brought up at the dinner table



Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

Safe-what are we wiling to give up for this fantasy of safety?

“One of the founders of the Silicon Slope movement called our office and said, ‘Hey, I just met a dude, and what he is engaged in is pretty phenomenal. You need to come meet him.’ And so we did,” Cantrell said. “it became pretty apparent that this emerging technology could help us in our fundamental constitutional and statutory responsibilities to keep the people of Utah safe.
Banjo is applying artificial intelligence to government-owned surveillance and traffic cameras across the entire state of Utah to tell police about “anomalies.”

https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/k7exem/banjo-ai-company-utah-surveillance-panopticon?fbclid=IwAR1Ip3CjZTrZbDvPyQvxy-M-WCFvaBrQrXsVtcJNKTfFB17aA9tG0MVEtmQ

There’s SO MUCH going on in Utah – EVERNYM for one, Canvas/Instructure, Powder Mountain… But there are people who will resist, we just have to figure out how to convey the problem in such a way that we mobilize people towards a future that centers justice and takes into account that history. Got any tips, settler?


And a reply to this post:

SLC is a known liberal hub which is tricky due to their allegiances with the Dems, while most conservatives around the state follow the directives of the LDS Church, Inc. There is a libertarian streak with many conservatives there though who are more likely to resist this shit, as many have with Ed Reform 1.0.



And another post from her:

So the Federal Reserve wants to engineer the future workforce, structuring it for human capital investing, AND their key partners are Walmart, Amazon, and McDonald’s. None of this is going to go well. And it’s all advancing with bipartisan support, pushed by the chambers of commerce and transnational global capital interests. Are you hearing about any of this in the media? From candidates for elected office? Nope. Nope. Nope. Nope.

https://www.investinwork.org/speakers

Amazon

McDonald’s

Walmart

[name redacted] Lynn Can you fill me in on HB5 in Texas?

https://www.ctecs.org/sites/default/files/files/Lupe_TheFed.pdf?fbclid=IwAR0SJ4gzyuIcPXUFbcNtfbhXqqTJI-7mHGyqArwvrIrU9gQLwJ5yFvOdrkU__________-

And yet another post from her:

Don’t look now but pandemic death could be the next big cost off-set for global finance.


And yet another post from her:

I wish I had a better handle on what “services” the Federal Reserve branches sell to the banks.

https://www.frbsf.org/education/publications/doctor-econ/2003/september/private-public-corporation


And yet another post from her:

So, I’m sure I’ve only found some of the PFS research that is being carried out by the Federal Reserve. Every branch has their own niche, but it’s pretty clear the infrastructure for human capital processing to profit global finance is far advanced. If you thought “eds and meds” meant lots of people were going to get JOBS in those fields – nah. It’s about tracking the masses as data commodities for impact investing, where education/training and healthcare/mental health/addiction treatment become primary nodes of data extraction. So who else is looking at this? Anyone?

https://littlesis.org/maps/4870-human-capital-infrastructure-federal-reserve

Also in progress:

https://littlesis.org/maps/4871-un-sdgs-impact-management


And yet another post from her:

How will the World Bank be able to financialize your life if you don’t have a unique identifier? How are they going to accomplish the UN Sustainable Development Goals if the masses refuse to be put on Blockchain? UN SDG 16.9.


And yet another post from her:

https://blog.coinfund.io/money-memory-and-blockchain-cda5778882c7

Someone gave me a heads-up about Hudson. Speaking a lot of truth here. Have you heard of him Tim? Interesting background and still prolific at 80.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Hudson_(economist)

A 4-minute clip where Hudson talks about Clinton / Sanders (this was 2016) and how he fired Alan Greenspan from a Chase Manhattan study back in the 1960s.

https://ytcropper.com/cropped/mH5e63185a3ad7f


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

Lots of entanglements here, to be sure!

Rose State College is the recipient of very generous amounts of federal funding for its cybersecurity programs.

And the post that she quoted:

[Attorney General Mike] Hunter has been one of the top recipients of political campaign donations by Epic’s founders and other school backers. And [Oklahoma County District Attorney David] Prater is married to a top executive at one of Epic’s sponsors [Tamara Pratt, vice president for external affairs at Rose State College].

Six months have passed since the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation last filed public records in court revealing they were executing search warrants. And eight months have passed since Gov. Kevin Stitt requested an investigative audit of Epic and its related entities by State Auditor Cindy Byrd.

https://www.tulsaworld.com/news/local/education/potential-conflicts-of-interest-are-not-holding-up-epic-charter/article_b2e04af1-0c88-5684-a7a7-c156c4a4a142.html?fbclid=IwAR1asn-bk4CLJDT6YEBu03987bzric0NRus1Wxs2euu9I0783Gt-ErVvOjU


Here is a post from the Massachusetts anti-radical sex ed group:

The Independence House on Cape Cod does great work, however they recently made a really poor choice. They sent a teen violence dating survey to 6th graders without parental consent that collected data from the students and asked them to enter their name, address and email. They were promised a gift card if one of the first 100 to take it then those would be entered into a drawing. I have had conversations with them and our school district regarding what was wrong with this. The questions were also not appropriate for this age group. If you have a student on Cape Cod, you should ask if they took this survey grades 6-12.

My background is that I was on the school committee and am on school councils. I sent out a red hot email to the super, asst principal and teacher who told [child name redacted] she had to do it. I followed up a call to the Independence House which followed up with calls to all of the above and to school committee members. Per usual, no one knew what the other was doing and no one knew what the others though the purpose was, etc. Independence House agreed to remove the contact information and took my feedback and went to their team and came back and asked me to give input to future programs. Super was going to get clarification from them. Then I followed up with another email stating that based on our conversation, you confirmed x y z etc.

ndependence House Middle School Student Survey
RequiredRequired Question(s)
1.
Please tell a little bit about who you are.
By entering my personal information, I consent to receive email communications from the survey author’s organization based on the information collected.
First Name:
Last Name:
Email Address:
emailaddress@xyz.com
Address 1:
Address 2:
City:
State/Province
(US/Canada):
Postal Code:
Required 2.
How do you identify yourself?

Male

Female

Non-Binary
Required 3.
What school do you attend this year?

Cape Cod Academy

Chatham Middle School

Edward C Stone Middle School

Falmouth Academy

Harwich Middle School

Hyannis Middle School

Lawrence Middle School

Mattacheese Middle School

Marston Mills Middle School

Nathaniel H Wixon Middle School

Riverview School

St. Francis Xavier Preparatory

Veritas Academy

Waldorf School of Cape Cod
Other
Required 4.
What grade level are you in this year? .

6th Grade

7th Grade

8th Grade

9th Grade

10th Grade

11th Grade

12th Grade
Required 5.
When going out with a boyfriend or girlfriend, violence almost never happens.

True

False
Required 6.
If you breakup with a boyfriend or girlfriend, because they are hurting you, the abuse usually ends.

True

False
Required 7.
When you or your friend could potentially be in a relationship that is hurting you, you should tell a trusted adult.

True

False
Required 8.
It is hard to leave a harmful relationship because the victim still loves their partner/friend.

True

False
Required 9.
You must spend all your time with your boyfriend/girlfriend/friend to show them you love them.

True

False
Required 10.
If violence occurs once in a relationship/friendship, it will most likely happen again.

True

False
Required 11.
It is okay to put your hands on someone, even after they told you to stop.

True

False
Required 12.
It is ok if your girlfriend/boyfriend/friend calls you a hurtful name if they mean it as a joke.

True

False
Required 13.
A relationship is only considered hurtful when there is physical abuse (punching, pushing, etc.)

True

False
Required 14.
Which of the following could be considered a sign of a hurtful relationship?

Your boyfriend/girlfriend/-
friend doesn’t let you talk to certain people

Your boyfriend/girlfriend/-
friend makes fun of the clothes you wear

Your boyfriend/girlfriend/-
friend is always jealous

All of the above
Required 15.
Which of the following statements is an example of a healthy relationship?

They buy you presents after they did something mean to you

They listen and care about your needs and feelings

They are jealous of other people that you talk to

None of the above
Required 16.
How do you help a friend who could potentially be in a hurtful relationship?

Ignore them

Do something mean to their boyfriend/girlfriend/-
friend

Listen when they want to talk about their problems

All of the above
Required 17.
On a scale from 1-5, (1 BEING MOST IMPORTANT and 5 BEING LEAST IMPORTANT) , please rank in order the following values in order of importance to you in a relationship.
(1 = Most)

Trust
Love
Honesty
Kindness
Wealth
Required 18.
Please choose from the list below which of the three forms of abuse can be found on the “Types of Dating Violence Page of the Independence House teens website.”

Physical Abuse, Digital Abuse, Ergonomic Abuse

Physical Abuse, Culinary Abuse, Financial Abuse

Physical Abuse, Sexual Abuse, Digital Abuse

Physical Abuse, Sexual Abuse, Culinary Abuse
Required 19.
The Massachusetts Governor’s Council to Address Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence has created a statewide campaign called “RESPECTfully”. Using the website

https://www.mass.gov/lists/healthy-relationships-tools-and-resources#respectfully-videos-

please identify ALL the topics covered by the videos

Drama

Name Calling

Love

Arguing

Intensity

Control

Honesty

Jealousy

Betrayal

The also asked permission to consent to contact as you can see, which they said they would stop.


And some replies to this post:

Would the framework and criteria under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act cover this? It’s Federal law but I don’t know of any exemptions for schools with regard to data collection on juveniles under the age of 13.


My kids were forced into a program via North River Collaborative. Some BS food survey and health questionnaire by the Brockton schools. I told them what I serve at home is none of their damned business. Sent the school and this North River Collaborative cease and desist letters and demanded this NRC loose all information the school illegally gave of my children. Never heard from em again.


These surveys are done routinely in many, if not all, Massachusetts public schools. It has been going on for years. I have always opted out of all surveys for my children because I feel it invades their privacy and asks suggestive and graphic questions. It is the Youth Risk Survey. It is done in both middle school and high school. It is used as a tool that supposedly helps decide what areas need more focus on in individual communities. Questions include things like how many times has your child had sex over a certain period of time; with how many partners; I believe, if partners are male or female, and what kinds (oral, anal, etc.). It asks about drinking and drugs, etc. My district puts out an email to parents to let them be aware of the survey and to tell them they can write to opt out. They can view the survey but I would bet most do not. My kids say they are told they are anonymous but students who take them say that each student has an individual number on their survey that could potentially track them. Many students lie to be funny on the surveys so I don’t feel the data is accurate yet the schools always refer to them as to why we need more health. I encourage anyone bothered by this to write a note every year at the beginning of the school year to your principal to opt out of these surveys, any health clases, any classes on bullying or diversity or conflict reaolution, just to name a few..As for issues of privacy, the mere fact that the use of the computers or lap tops are in most classrooms and anything the student does on them becomes a public record, you might as well give up on having anything private. Pus the use of laptops makes it harder to track what your child is learning.



And another post from this group:

🔥‼️‼️😳 WARNING: GRAPHIC MATERIAL 😳‼️‼️🔥

Scarleteen, “Sex Ed for the Real World,” is a website for teens. Several Comprehensive Sexuality Education curricula now being taught in MA schools list Scarleteen as a recommended website for kids. This site has some of the most graphic content I have come across in my research.

Go to the Scarlateen website and click the link on the front page of the site for the article, “Bare Bodies: Reality Checking Mainstream Porn.” I actually tried posting the link to the article and FB wouldn’t allow it because it went against their community standards!

I apologize for the graphic content and am posting this only to show you what your kids may be exposed to. You probably wouldn’t believe me if I just told you. Crazy, that not even FB thinks this article is appropriate, but apparently the producers of CSE like PP and others think it’s just fine for your kids!

Read some quotes from the article below. There are many linked phrases in the article which lead kids to other articles about porn and to youtube videos of interviews with porn stars. I can’t make this stuff up. 😳🔥😳🔥

“As Jiz Lee, a leader in the queer porn movement, performer, and writer, wisely observes, ‘In the absence of comprehensive sex education, people use porn to learn about sex—what sex looks like, who gets to have it, and what it means to be sexy. On its own, that’s fine. But a limited example of what porn is has the danger in dictating what’s ‘normal’, raising issues in our understanding of sexual health, and also our sexual psyche. Diversity in porn lets us find ourself in the erotic landscape, proving we are ALL capable and deserving of love.'”

So, let me get this straight… we need CSE (also graphic) because without it kids will watch porn for sex ed❓‼️ Porn on its own is fine❓‼️ And since when is porn equal to love❓‼️Unbelievable.

“When people with penises receive anal sex in porn, they’re also usually shown as having erect penises, which is hardly always the case in reality. This is true for bottoms in gay male pornography, and for trans women performers—who may have additional difficulty maintaining erections if they are taking estrogen and/or testosterone blockers. There are also plenty of scenes of trans women using their penises for insertive sex, despite the fact that this act may not play a major role in plenty of trans women’s personal sex lives.” “Many trans women do not feel comfortable with or particularly interested in having their penises play a central role in the sex they have.”

Transgender pornography… this is so troubling. 😳

“One area in porn where there is a somewhat more accurate representation of bodies is the variation among performers’ vulvas. As previously discussed, penises in porn are big, with very few exceptions.”

“In general, performers are rarely seen applying or using lube. Instead, they are often seen inserting penises or sex toys into their vaginas using only fluids produced by their own bodies, even if there isn’t much, or using saliva. This is also true in anal sex scenes, despite the fact that the anus does not naturally produce any of its own lubricant. You can bet that performers are reaching for their lube bottles off-camera, though!”

“Vaginal and anal intercourse (and other types of sex!) are usually more comfortable, pleasurable, and safer when one’s natural lubrication is supplemented by additional lube—and saliva is no replacement, since it only remains effective for short periods of time and isn’t as slippery as lube.”

“If a woman porn performer is not being typed as a “teen” she is probably being instead typed as a mom, stepmom, or “MILF”—meaning “Mom I’d Like to Fuck”. (Similarly, in gay male porn, older performers are often cast in “daddy” roles.)”

“Performer Chanel Preston says, ‘I equate it to sports, because it is a sport. People don’t watch sports and say, ‘I’m going to go try that at home, I can do that.’ They like sports because [athletes] are like gods: They do things that other people can’t. And porn should be [seen] the same way. We do prepare for it.”

“Preparing for anal sex scenes is far more elaborate. Every performer is different, but some common preparations include: limiting one’s diet to only water-based foods, at a certain point stopping eating entirely, taking laxatives, using an enema, and anal stretching with fingers or toys. As performer Charlotte Sartre says, the viewers, “see the penis going in, [but] they don’t see me laying on the bed for half an hour going back and forth between squeezing water into my butt and stretching it out.””

Why would any school official think that this is an ok site for kids❓‼️😳 This. Is. Disgusting. And what’s even worse. This is just part 1. This article has a part 2. But I couldn’t bring myself to read it.

https://www.scarleteen.com/


Here is a post from the Minnesota anti-Common Core group:

FULL SENATE HEARING FROM YESTERDAY

THANK YOU ALL for attending yesterday’s hearing!! There were just a few seats open and a few parents with young children standing near the back. The Senate hearing rooms are fairly large so harder to fill than the House. YOU DID IT!!! The Senators verbally noted the numbers in attendance, though they confused attendees with home schoolers and private school parents only. Attendees were across the board – from public school parents to teachers to ed watchdogs to homeschoolers to data/tech watchdogs to citizens whose children have grown. We had a GREAT showing and GREAT CALL IN/EMAIL RESPONSE to the Constitutional Amendment!!!

So, it’s not over at this point! We had a first hearing without a bill and a vote. The next step is to stay informed and watch for another hearing where a bill would be presented and voted on. It only takes a simple majority to pass a Constitutional Amendment.

It would be very worthwhile to have talk with your representative and senator about the importance of our Minnesota Constitution and the freedoms that exist under a republic. We’re not perfect by any long shot, but the amendment surely brought back the importance of FREEDOM!

Here’s the Constitutional Amendment Senate hearing video (in full) from yesterday. The Senate E-12 (education) committee is chaired by Senator Carla Nelson. One must note that Senator Nelson has authored portions of the Great Start HF 1 clones herself, particularly making Parent Aware Rating System permanent and taxpayers subsidizing all of private education,private childcare too. Big sections of Great Start seem to echo what the Constitutional Amendment is all about.

Here is a post from a friend of mine:

Towards A Single Digital Economy – Aspen Institute

https://assets.aspeninstitute.org/content/uploads/files/content/upload/Toward_a_Single_Global_Digital_Economy_Aspen_IDEA_Project_0.pdf?fbclid=IwAR3FYitjEi6Qb71m6ZnuJsXRUG5X6i04ceRy_0TwninutG1g6nSeT6W-2-A


Here is a post on the wall of a friend of mine:

WOW! Witness the soon coming death of currency… Cash could become the most widespread victim of the Coronavirus. A cashless society is on tap! 😳

https://www.reuters.com/article/health-coronavirus-fed-dollars-idUSL1N2AY27W


Here is a post from another friend of mine:

Read this. Please. It is not okay….and same thing is happening to school kids.

Smile! Your Boss Is Tracking Your Happiness.
Employers are turning to sentiment-tracking software, daily surveys and apps to monitor workers’ mental states. Does this pose a new threat to employee privacy?
By Chip Cutter and Rachel Feintzeig
March 7, 2020 12:00 am ET

Your company wants to know what type of mood you are in today.

At some workplaces, software trawls email and Slack messages for words that may be associated with depression and fatigue. At others, workers are asked to regularly log their frame of mind with a smiley or frowning face, or track their moods on apps.

Anxious to retain and energize staffers, more companies say they are making employee happiness a priority. The shift has fueled a cottage industry devoted to monitoring, analyzing and improving workers’ moods. It has also raised new questions about whether employee privacy is at risk as companies monitor more of their workers’ behavior.

At Amazon.com Inc., many workers receive a daily survey with questions like whether they have had too many meetings lately or if their manager has thanked them in the past week. At Workday Inc., the human-resources and finance software maker sends out employee surveys at the end of every week on what the company calls “Feedback Fridays.” At PepsiCo Inc., the beverage giant invites employees to identify systems that prevent them from getting work done quickly via a tool known as the “process shredder.”

The corporate world’s increasing focus on happiness reflects a reality, employers say: With the U.S. unemployment rate near a 50-year low, it can be difficult and expensive to replace workers. In a tougher economy, workers might just be happy to have a job, but retention will always be a challenge for top talent. Happy workers tend to be more productive, according to University of Oxford research published last year, and a strong corporate culture can make workplaces more attractive to potential job seekers.

“We’ve moved beyond just, ‘I want you to get 10,000 steps every day,’” says Cindy Bjorkquist, director of health and well being for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. “I want you to have an improved mental state.”

Slide Right for Frowning
A Blue Cross Blue Shield app for employers that subscribe to the company’s insurance programs lets employees drag a slider from a smiling face on the left to a frowning face on the right to record their mood. They can graph their emotional fluctuations over time, and employers don’t see that individual data, said Angela Jenkins, a Blue Cross Blue Shield coordinator who helps companies set up wellness programs.

“It just feels really good to put that smiley face on there,” she said. Even if you’ve had a bad day, recording the emotion can be cathartic, she added, or prompt you to analyze the reason for your unhappiness.

One service offered by Toronto-based software firm Receptiviti plugs into email and messaging systems like Slack to search for signals that employees are depressed or burned out.

‘We worry about the perception of Big Brother.’— Receptiviti Chief Executive Jonathan Kreindler
“These intangibles can be measured,” says Chief Executive Officer Jonathan Kreindler. When workers are down, they turn inward with their language, he says, using “I” and “me” more frequently than “we” or “us.”

The approach is based on research from James Pennebaker, a psychology professor at the University of Texas at Austin and a co-founder and minority owner of Receptiviti. He found that poets who eventually died by suicide used “I” more frequently in their work than writers who were presumably in better mental health. In a separate experiment where participants wrote stories detailing past experiences, he discovered the happy stories used “we” more often.

“The words we use in everyday life reflect our psychological state,” Dr. Pennebaker says.

The software is used by three companies in Canada and the U.S. to delve into the emotional health of their workers. Customers pay Receptiviti a fee that ranges from about $250,000 to $1 million a year to monitor their employees’ messages.

“We worry about the perception of Big Brother,” Mr. Kreindler says of his software. He says he prefers to think of the service as “corporate mindfulness,” adding that it is good for managers to know how their people feel.

Another happiness monitoring device is being developed by Cornerstone OnDemand Inc., a 2,000-employee company that provides software for recruiting and talent management to companies like Visa Inc. and T-Mobile US Inc. It is in the early stages of experimenting with heart-rate data gleaned from wearable devices such as watches. It hopes to tie that information, with an employee’s permission, to entries from a person’s calendar or project-management software.

Doing so could shed light on whether certain meetings, projects or even people in an office cause elevated stress levels, says Greg Haga, director of architecture at Cornerstone, who cautions that the company is still evaluating such a tool.

“Your stress data really does change from moment to moment,” he says.

Scoring Happiness
Some companies are making a prominent display of their attention to happiness. A door inside the Manhattan office of software company Sprinklr is emblazoned with the words, “happy Sprinklrite, happy client.”

The company, which makes software for social media and customer management, in 2018 rolled out something it calls the Employee Delight Assurance Program. Every two months, all 1,900 workers meet with their bosses and report how happy they are, on a scale from 1 to 10, 10 being the happiest, and they list three improvements they or the company can do to make them more satisfied.

“I want everyone to be happier every day, more than they were before,” says CEO Ragy Thomas.

The initiative was meant to turn around sinking morale during what Mr. Thomas calls the “dark year.” In 2017, after a few years of fast head count growth, worker retention dropped. Employees became negative, work grew chaotic and infighting blossomed.

‘People aren’t going to be willing to tolerate an employer, regardless of how good the pay is, or how stable the job is, if they’re not happy.’— Julie Lodge-Jarrett, Ford Motor Co.’s chief talent officer
The happiness scores get rolled up and aggregated, culminating in a companywide happiness index—7.87 now, compared with 7.2 when the initiative started. Artificial intelligence combs the results, scanning for common complaints. As a result of employee requests, Sprinklr has added more plants to the workplace, adjusted air conditioning in its conference rooms (some workers were cold), and implemented a monthly town hall so employees can give candid feedback to management.

Emily Sparks, a 25-year-old who works in marketing and sales at the company’s Austin office, requested a footstool— she’s 5’ 3” and said she felt less professional when her feet didn’t touch the ground—and more fresh fruits and vegetables in the office. A few days later, she received a black footstool with a roller massage feature on the top; the next week, produce like strawberries, carrots and snap peas started showing up in the kitchen.

“The little things make a big difference,” she says.

Gleaning insights from information already generated by employees, or what some call “data exhaust,” has become an increasing focus for many companies, although some HR experts say they have some apprehension.

“The obvious concern,” says Peter Cappelli, a management professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, “is that scooping up this info means listening in on individual employees.”

Though sophisticated methods exist to anonymize information, Mr. Cappelli says, “all it takes is one executive to ask the IT people to dive in and look at individual employees, and privacy is gone.”

Putting on a Happy Face
A number of employers insist, though, that more advanced technology could help employees, and in turn, businesses. Grant Thornton executive Nichole Jordan says she is a proponent of laptop cameras that could regularly scan the faces of her workers to detect even subtle changes in their moods.

Should an employee at the accounting and consulting company appear stressed, distracted or even bored, facial-recognition and emotion-sensing software could intervene, suggesting someone take a brief walk or get a cup of coffee.

Employees would need to opt-in to such a system to allay privacy concerns, she said, but in a tight job market where companies want to keep workers satisfied and productive, she sees the potential benefits of making workers aware of their emotions. The firm isn’t currently using such technology, she said, but has discussed it with clients.

“Companies are going to have to figure out ways to better engage and drive up the performance of the employees that they have,” says Ms. Jordan, who is a managing partner for the central region at Grant Thornton. “If it were up to me, we would be moving down this path.”

SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS
What would it take for you to feel happy at work? Join the conversation below.

Matthew Schuyler, chief human resources officer at the hotel giant Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc., which has 420,000 employees, says the company has considered using tools that claim to analyze employees’ social media use to pick up on signals outside of work that they may be unwell. But Mr. Schuyler says such software raises clear privacy concerns and may go too far for the company’s comfort. Instead of technology, Hilton is training hotel general managers to look for signs that workers may need help, coaching them to pick up on unusual statements or increased absenteeism, for example.

“We want them to be the wellness watchdogs,” Mr. Schuyler says.

Automotive giant Ford Motor Co. adapted a novel approach to surface employee feedback: HappyOrNot terminals, similar to the ones used in airport restrooms, with smiling and frowning icons on a tablet that employees can press in response to questions like “How optimistic are you feeling about your day today?” The machines also allow people to provide more detailed comments.

The company started using the machines in 2018, placing them inside some manufacturing plants, at the entrances of its corporate headquarters in Michigan and outside of meeting rooms, says Julie Lodge-Jarrett, chief talent officer at Ford.

“When you’ve got a company of 200,000 employees,” Ms. Lodge-Jarrett says, “it’s hard to sometimes get your arms around how employees are feeling on any given day.”

Ford has also started analyzing the sentiment of comments that employees post below articles and videos on the company’s corporate intranet using natural language processing tools. It can parse them by region or demographics like age to show, for instance, whether worker sentiment of early career professionals is different than people who have been with Ford for years, Ms. Lodge-Jarrett says. The company’s HR team can take the trends it spots to an internal committee made up of Ford employees and ask them to elaborate on issues.

“People aren’t going to be willing to tolerate an employer, regardless of how good the pay is, or how stable the job is, if they’re not happy,” Ms. Lodge-Jarrett says. “They’re going to vote with their feet.”

Write to Chip Cutter at chip.cutter@wsj.com and Rachel Feintzeig at rachel.feintzeig@wsj.com

https://www.wsj.com/articles/smile-your-boss-is-tracking-your-happiness-11583255617?redirect=amp#click=https://t.co/URwpDvgYM5


And some replies to this post:

Pearson has long been behind EQ ( emotional quotient) in employment. I did an article a while back about that mixed with Gender Intelligence.


I am positive that it is happening in schools but I can’t prove it.
I once saw a dashboard similar to what is used by the state of Texas that included behavioral/mood markers for multiple times during the day. Does anyone have proof including examples from the systems being used?

https://www.texasstudentdatasystem.org/TSDS/studentGPS%C2%AE_Dashboards


Class dojo
Pearson Boss
Red Critter
NWEA engagement score
Panorama
College Board student questionnaire
ACT Tessera
Naviance personality survey and assessments
CASEL


Social-emotional learning studies in schools fuel this type of monitoring. Companies like MDRC hone their predictive risk algorithms by examining student SEL data, for example.

Does anyone really think this is a good idea? Most people, I’d be willing to say, would think this is a dangerous foray into the world of cyborgs and skynet. Because it seems so ludicrous even to contemplate the actual implementation of this type of surveillance, we presume that it will remain in the world of fiction. But that, too, is a type of idealistic dreaming. History teaches us that human beings are capable of very dark things. To ignore the present threats to our children and to human agency is to sanction them.



Here is a post from an anti-radical sex ed group:

The report suggests Illinois’ public schools drop reliance on traditional male-female gender descriptions and train teachers to use more inclusive language when addressing groups of students.
“The training should include how to ensure things such as inspirational speeches, motivational phrases, locker-room talk, pep rallies, and team chants are inclusive and gender-neutral. Examples of phrases that should be eliminated include ‘man up’ or ‘don’t be a sissy,'” the report recommends.
The Illinois State Board of Education this month will issue guidance to schools for creating policies based on the task force’s recommendations, spokeswoman Jackie Matthews said.

https://www.dailyherald.com/news/20200302/no-more-homecoming-queen-schools-advised-to-consider-nonconforming-gender-identities?fbclid=IwAR2fESg_llewOsDrojdPwEdyhtJmJ6mhwsHAs07mfgQF8f1Ouz8OpGyfT_k


According to this document, it seems that Illinois is going to make schools let boys in girls locker rooms and also be allowed to compete in girls sports: https://www2.illinois.gov/IISNews/21019-Affirming_and_Inclusive_Schools_Task_Force_Report.pdf


A friend of mine mentioned something called Noahide laws and them being associated with the New World Order. I’m still not fully 100% sure what they are (sounds like something extra-biblical and possibly Zionisit) but, whatever they are, they are definitely tied to the UN Sustainable Development Goals: http://noahide.org/culture-of-peace-9-14-2018-in-un/


Here is a post from the Conservative Hammer:

Just insane… Evil. This isn’t the role of TAXPAYER-FUNDED schools… It has NOTHING to do with education… Liberal states are seeking to REPLACE parents, indoctrinate children, and undermine Christianity via GOVERNMENT FORCE.

https://katu.com/news/local/bill-requiring-comprehensive-sex-ed-starting-in-kindergarten-passes-wash-house-and-senate?fbclid=IwAR1GF4UFJc-iLNFObpWIGCfm_tx4PCyTBHFxOsXbD2bOhsz3ca-rVBcTVP0


Here is a post that I found online:

I belong to the RI Retired Teachers Association and just got the following email that Ed Siedle, an expert in pensions, has been temporarily blocked from fb for warning pensioners that there is a pension crisis.

Facebook Blocks Pension Protection Groups From Information About Mismanagement Of Workers’ Pensions
Edward Siedle
Edward Siedle

Facebook is keeping workers in the dark about mismanagement of their pensions.
Facebook is keeping workers in the dark about mismanagement of their pensions.
The messages I received yesterday from members of the Facebook group Protect our Pensions of Iowa/Nebraska could not have been more inviting:
“I would like to welcome Edward Siedle to our group. It’s an honor to have you here Mr. Siedle.”
“Please help us Sir, God bless you. WELCOME”
“He is a welcome asset to our group!!!!!”
“Welcome Edward Siedle, thank you for writing “Who Stole My Pension?” I’m finding that to be a very interesting read.”
As eager as I am to respond to these workers and retirees, I can’t.
Facebook won’t let me.
For reasons unknown—suddenly and without warning—the faceless folks at Facebook have unilaterally determined that I, a leading global expert on pension mismanagement (who recently literally “wrote the book” about pension looting), must be blocked from communicating with groups formed for the very specific purpose of protecting pensions.

Workers who welcome me and seek my guidance, must be shielded from my knowledge—kept in the dark.
By way of background, we are in the early stages of the greatest retirement crisis in the history of our nation and, indeed, the entire world. According to the World Health Organization, nearly two billion people around the world are expected to be over age 60 by 2050, a figure that’s more than triple what it was in 2000. For better or for worse, never before have there been more elderly people living on planet Earth.
It’s estimated that there are over 50 million pensioners―in the United States alone. Like the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, Italy, Germany and many other countries around the world are all in big trouble when it comes to the solvency of their pension funds.
My message to pension participants is simple: Doing nothing―sitting back, confident your pension check is “in the mail”―is not an option. That’s a risk you can’t afford to take.
Active workers and retirees are waking up to the pension crisis and taking action.
Not surprising, millions of workers worldwide have banded together, forming and joining groups on Facebook dedicated to sharing information, learning about and protecting their struggling pensions.
Clearly, such pension protection groups serve a laudable purpose and should be able to access via Facebook—uncensored—the leading experts in pensions worldwide.
That’s not happening. The information they’re getting is being secretly censored by Facebook.
Under the heading, “I’m blocked from doing something on Facebook, like posting, sharing or commenting” Facebook tells me:
Our security systems are currently blocking you from doing something on Facebook, such as posting or sharing. This block is temporary. The length of a block depends on the severity of the violation and your history on Facebook.
We understand that you may have had good intentions or may have not known about our policies on acceptable behavior, and we also understand that this block can be frustrating. To help keep Facebook open and welcoming, we try to prevent people from unintentionally misusing Facebook, even if you felt that what you did was acceptable.
We may block people from doing something on Facebook when:
· Something you posted or shared seems suspicious or abusive to our security systems.
· Messages or friend requests you sent were marked unwelcome.
· You’ve done something that doesn’t follow our Community Standards.
To avoid blocks like this in the future, you can:
· Review our Community Standards to understand what kind of sharing is allowed on Facebook.
· Only message people you already know.
· Only send friend requests to people you know.
I have no idea why Facebook would be blocking this lone individual—I am not employing any army of robots, it’s just me—from responding to worker concerns about their imperiled pensions. That’s what I do for a living—advise pension stakeholders. In my world, that’s “acceptable behavior,” “follows community standards” and is neither “suspicious” nor “abusive” to anyone’s “security systems.”
One possible explanation is that certain members of pension protection groups who are affiliated with sponsors of pensions, pension administrators, Wall Street financial advisers and unions who do not want workers’ attention shifted to the true cause of pension failures—gross mismanagement of investments—have complained to Facebook.
If so, the members of the hundreds of pension protection groups on Facebook need to be told they are being blocked from expert insights regarding mismanagement of their pensions, as well as who’s responsible for the blocking and the reasons for the censorship.
Blocking pension participants from information about mismanagement of their pensions—the squandering of assets which may undermine their retirement security—will harm them. More pensions will collapse, expanding the ranks of the elderly poor. It’s a foreseeable and foreseen, avoidable global human tragedy.
Facebook tells me I’m temporarily restricted from joining and posting to groups until March 11 at 1:58 PM.
Until then, members of Protect our Pensions of Iowa/Nebraska and other Facebook groups dedicated to protecting pensions, please accept my apologies.
Facebook won’t let me talk to you.
Check out my website.


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

Kaiser and the Minneapolis Fed go way back.

https://www.minneapolisfed.org/article/2020/a-constitutional-amendment-to-transform-education-in-minnesota?fbclid=IwAR3Mgyxo4EhOZsFREMkWYRngGiM7i68Cv5UOCTWBY2LNSqPCGeexKTETMUk


Looks like MA is also forcing the HPV vaccination: https://malegislature.gov/Bills/191/S1264


I think I found the smoking gun tying the Minnesota Great Start thing to the UN”s SDGs.

I’d found that one of these groups in here is the West Central Initiative:

On this West Central Initiative, it says right here:

For many years, West Central Initiative has operated as a regional community foundation with a transportation and economic development planning arm.
In our new strategic plan, we are embracing the identity of both a philanthropic and a planning organization. This decision affirms the tremendous value of planning and aligns our charitable purpose with the needs in our region.

Through philanthropy and planning, West Central Initiative fuels insight and action for the benefit of our region and our world for generations to come. Learn more from video highlights from our annual meeting in November of 2019 (below).

Our Strategic Priorities for the Next Three Years
Reimagine Regional. We’ll aim to develop a greater unity and pride in our unique geographic region while being cognizant of our increasingly global lives. We will foster mutually beneficial connections, model cosmopolitanism, and stand for diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Invest in Local. We’ll aim to invest in new strategies that build resiliency across sectors and localities, honor the unique assets of each community, and ensure our children have the support they need to grow and thrive.
Educate, Activate, Celebrate. We’ll aim to cultivate a greater sense of possibility and confidence in what we can do together, building capacity inside our organization and across our region to seize opportunities, try new things, and learn from all we do.
West Central Initiative’s Strategic Plan in a Regional & Global Development Context
Along the way, we will understand our progress through two lenses: the Minnesota Association of Development Organizations’ (MADO) DevelopMN cornerstones, and the United Nations’ 17 sustainable development goals. Both lenses focus in on what a region and community needs to accomplish in order to become strong and resilient for generations to come.

https://www.wcif.org/who-we-are/

Another group on here, Elders for Infants, was tied to the Prenatal to Three Policy Forums.

https://www.p3minnesota.org

I found their January 2020 agenda and it lists these groups:

Kids Can’t Wait
Mental Health Legislative Network
Minnesota Coalition for Targeted Home Visiting
Minnesotans for Paid Family Leave
Prenatal to Three Policy Coalition
Voices & Choices for Children

When I clicked on the “policy goals” link in here:

https://www.zerotothree.org/resources/1739-minnesota-develops-prenatal-to-three-policy-agenda-to-promote-equity

It took me to West Central Initiative page that I posted above.

Check this out too. It’s pretty direct that it’s global and supports the SDGs:

https://www.wcif.org/file_download/3d21671f-fd61-412e-abc2-f7f660efd9e5


And here are some posts from others in reply to this:

The West Central Initiative is part of the Initiative Foundation system which covers our state in regions.


You said the Great Start thing did a lot of what the Constitutional Amendment (which clearly follows the UN SDG for “Education” as well as perhaps that convention on the rights of a child) already did. Now we know WHY it seemed that way. BOTH the guys pushing the amendment and the Great Start are serving Agenda 2030 and the SDGs.


We need to close down the funding for the Initiative Foundations and those 2 other organizations.

The Initiative Foundations receive appropriations out of the Great Start bill.

Minnesota Association of Development Organizations’ (MADO) DevelopMN cornerstones and Cornerstones of Regional Development Human Development


Yes, the Initiative Foundations are greatly tied into Parent Aware as well. They are also part of Close Gaps by 5, Think Small and more. It’s a web. I actually have the web drawn on paper, I just need to finish uploading it to LilSis


We have a Christian missionary, who actually asks that our church NOT share these letters with the public (perhaps in case they fall into the hands of a the government or some liberal?) that said that they were being constantly harassed by the Netheralnds version of CPS for years just because of their Christian beliefs. (I think recently the state, after finding how clean a record and good they were started to back down as they really couldn’t find much to get them with) Anyway, I fear if we’re not careful, this mental health, home vsiits, early childhood, great start stuff will make what’s happening to them happen here in the US.


Pharma is also tied into the heavily through “Health Equity”


WA had an “Early Start” bill which led to the “Welcome to Washington” bill for mandatory home visits.


Anyway, I also believe these health and whatever centers and health stuff will be used as a backdoor for Comprehensive Sex Ed. WA is now just a govenror’s signature away form having that pushed on them now.


Interesting that you brought up the Netherlands. I was put in touch with a private group on Twitter after my ACEs post. They are based in Scotland, but there were a number of folks from the Netherlands as well and they were seeing the same things. Children taken away from families due to poverty. Scotland had this “named person” scheme where an outside minder would be assigned to follow children from birth. They finally got it scrapped.

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-scotland-politics-49753980

[name redacted] That is the Medicaid scam. Omidyar Network is all about that.


I’m remember reading years ago that Scotland had started a program of home visiting that was quite involved. Someone assigned to each family.


This is the Medicaid citation.


I fear the Netherlands and others are actually doing this: https://www.unicef.org.uk/what-we-do/un-convention-child-rights/

The US hasn’t ratified it so this might be putting it in throught he backdoor.


Nurse Family Partnership is in bed with Omidyar and his “GoalMama” behavior tracking app.


Yes on the Parent Aware connection. Appropriations for new start-up childcares but only if the new business joins the star rating system.


Anyway, there was that girl in Florida who was sent to mental health (wihtout parental notice) for two days:

https://www.fox7austin.com/news/6-year-old-girl-held-at-jacksonville-mental-health-facility-for-two-days-under-floridas-baker-act

And this girl in Colorado:

We’re seeing pushes for school based health centers, which I’m prepared to bet all the gold we used to have in Fort Knox that they’re tied to the ESSA somehow.

They’re pushing for Planned Parenthood clincis in 50 LA schools, and in CA for sure and in IL, it’s close or already happened, you can get an abortion without parental consent if you’re 12 or 14 or something. In IL and other states and in DC, they’re trying to get it so you can get vaccinated without parental consent if you’re 14 or older. Some insurnace companies I think have it so that if you’re 14 or older, your paretns only get the info if you authorize it. in short, more medical intrustion. And then we have this mental health stuff.

Plus I’m hearing more stories like Justina from MA and that medical kidnapping and things of that sort.


As government takes power unto themselves, you can be sure that the people have less freedom.


did you all kill the bill about home visits last year?


No! It’s bipartisan. (I wish!) They didn’t pass the whole bill but expanded funding in home visiting. It’s a 21 page bill. Health equity is now the first section.

The Great Start bill is on track to pass THIS YEAR!


Okalhoma has a Great Start bill too. I’m sure StriveTogether, which is in MN and OK, has a hand in both of these awful bills.

One of StriveTogether’s biggest chums is United Way, which says on its site (UW’s I mean) that it backs the SDGs as well.


Huge amount of appropriations go to the United Way here.


Do you all remember this one?


Strive Together is big here! They’ve set up shop in 6 communities. Interestingly, the language used in a bill passed in 2013, Minnesota World’s Best Workforce, used a strange word very near the beginning “strive” then was removed a year or so ago.


This is my piece on Strive. They were spun out of Knowledgeworks (learning eocsystems.)


Wasn’t strive tied to Harlem Children or something too?


Not directly, except maybe through Ballmer and Blue Meridian, but Harlem Children’s Zone was the model and it is all running through the Promise Zones now – Canada is consulting.


We have 4 original promise zones from RttT-ELC then some expansions.


Fyi… some connections

https://www.ced.org/events/2006-conference-building-the-economic-case-for-investments-in-preschool

you’ll appreciate this one:

https://www.ced.org/events/building-the-economic-case-for-investments-in-children


I think the Pew-MacArthur Results First program was the predecessor for the NYU GovLab’s Research Network on Opening Governance.

https://littlesis.org/org/33839-Pew_Charitable_Trusts


does all of this tie into the promise neighborhoods funding in ESSA? The schools will be the 1 stop for all imaginable government services


Yes.


Community Schools, Promise Zones but also… Trump wants to close down the Federal Reserve. MN invests children through human capital bonds through the Fed Reserve. Perhaps they’re trying to keep the Mpls branch open?



I posted this on the wall of a friend of mine:

I looked up the Oklahoma digital drivers license that you mentioned and came across this thing that said to contact some company called Idemia if you wanted more info.

I found that Idemia is a member of some group called the International Biometrics + Identity Association. I also found that
IDEMIA, Network International and Mastercard partnered to launch smartphone-turned POS terminals in the Middle East and Africa.

Idemia also has made a smart digital national ID for Nepal.

https://www.idemia.com/press-release/idemia-delivers-first-smart-national-identity-card-citizens-nepal-2018-12-12?fbclid=IwAR258wyH00pGl9e3eK0YUUKkeLyLgSszmq__JdL_QTI_WAnrItBXxPhw0GM

They are also tied to this CityPossible thing:

https://citypossible.com/about/

Found this, which ties more guys to CityPossible: https://www.gbm.hsbc.com/insights/innovation/demographics-and-global-urbanisation


She replied: Pretty sure @Alison traced Idemia to the military. They use Idemia here to track teachers’ professional development! Twisted, right!!



Here is a post from a Washington anti-Common Core group:

Colorado is one of the states that has piloted School Based Health Centers (SBHC). All we need to do is follow what happen there ,and in the other pilot states, to see what we’ll have here….

And some replies to this post:

Several schools are piloting this.

https://leg.colorado.gov/bills/hb19-1017

Now we have annual mental health screening. What could go wrong?

Preschool


we now have student threat assessments. And many MS HS have mental health screenings for all students.


Ugh. So who is getting rich from this mess.


insurance companies… I doubt there are any kickbacks for school districts who refer. But then, you never know if that’s coming down the line either


they don’t need kick backs, just invest in the insurance companies


School counselors follow clear policy and procedure with the mental health issues of our youth. Guaranteed the student shared issues of self-harm and was required to be sent for evaluation. Did the parents have health care coverage? Doesn’t seem like it…
What if that student shared with the counselor, the counselor did nothing, then the student hurt themselves? The counselor would be liable.


I understand what you’re saying. It used to be, that parents or guardians would be called if there was a clear and serious issue.
In this case, authorities were called, the girl was sent away in a squad car…and parents were notified after the fact.


How do you know that? I can’t reasonably conclude that by reading the limited information in the article. What school officials did say is that parental notification is a priority and there was an imminent threat to the health of the student.
Do you know, first-hand that school officials didn’t reach out to parents before transport and couldn’t reach them? No. No timeline is given. Facts are very, very loose in this. I make no judgment because I wasn’t there.


“Before I was put into the car, I asked if my mom had been called and if she knew what was happening and where I was going. And I was told not yet,” Gray said.
Ashley’s father, Maverick Gray, says he found out about the situation after his daughter was already on the way to Children’s.”


I guess as a parent I have two problems with this. One I should be the first call you make. And 2 do you know what insurance coverage a family has or what their preferred hospital is? If you don’t maybe you need to wait and get a hold of parents or guardians first. Since you had the girl with adults and monitored at school already they could have waited IMO!


parents/guardians should be called…but probably like here in WA, privacy laws prevent this. Like the mother in Seattle, whose daughter was taken to have an abortion during school hours, w/o any notification.


This is another example of the state run public schools usurping the parent’s role it seems to me. Just call the parents to take care of the child, or call an ambulance to have the child taken to a hospital.


you’re exactly right. That’s the bigger picture here that people need to see.



Here is a tweet from Shannon Joy:

Coronavirus should make us really start to rethink mega-cities, urbanization and pack & stack housing. I mean – with everyone all piled up it’s a pandemic waiting to happen!!! Trump should announce a de-urbanization committee to incentivize people to SPREAD OUT!


Sadly here in MI it is the GOP establishment leaders that are some of the biggest investors in modern public housing developments.

https://t.co/hwWTFyVFk7?amp=1

Politically connected property owner pushes Grand River …


Agenda 21 & 2030

https://t.co/mooQPzmtm3?amp=1


This is what started my research into epidemiology almost 10 years ago. I was researching the history of the Plague of the 14th century, and the way it moved through cities. That got me thinking about how much more dense the pop is today. Perfect breeding environment for a virus.


Never happen. The UN plan to pen us in like cattle has been agreed to by all nations….



Make no mistake, this is a move toward a cashless society: https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2020/03/09/amazon-wants-retailers-to-get-rid-of-cashiers/?fbclid=IwAR01vNJ47CqwnswgW0rl_xUmrldf2zOmxroO4k9YdziMAMeC9oJurXtSgkM


Watch out for the gay agenda in Marshall Middle School in Marshall, Minnesota: https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/middle-school-hangs-lgbt-flag-in-cafeteria-bans-flag-of-traditional-family?fbclid=IwAR2mLdTV0myghu1udTSlv3fCfi6RllWN1oyyIXpuTFTbwbNOTN0o2pbYWYk


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

Ok, did the government bungle having sufficient testing capacity so Bill Gates could run in and get everyone’s DNA sequenced? No, really.


And some replies to this post:

Exactly what I thought when I saw this story


And Seattle is the hot zone now…super creepy.


I say cynicism is a sign of real intelligence these days. Crisis always equals opportunity for corporate America!


“A major goal of the project is to collect as much information as possible online…”😡



And another post from her:

If genomic data ends up being factored into baselines for human capital impact investing – who do you think is coming out ahead? The Ancestry.com folks or Gates after the distribution of his home COVID-19 test kits?


And some replies to this post:

Ancestry is the Mormon Church.


Family Search is the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. (Mormon church). They don’t do DNA testing.


my husband worked for Ancestry when it was bought by the church. The DNA is done by 23&Me aka Google.


Honestly my big concern is Sorenson’s ties to the genomic stuff.

https://littlesis.org/org/355254-Sorenson_Molecular_Genealogy_Foundation


I agree, Alison. The Sorenson family name is highly reputable in Utah. They are like every other foundation that may have started out with good intentions and quickly morphed into nefarious activities.


I finally got to talk to my husband. He worked for MyFamily years ago. It seems I was mistaken-it’s owned by Mormon members but it seems the church partnered with them for some part of it. Check out the article I sent.


I think I found the link between LDS and Ancestry. It is indeed from years ago:

https://www.heraldextra.com/news/local/central/provo/ancestry-com-joins-forces-with-lds-owned-familysearch/article_4ce0e3fc-067a-5546-8f00-a0d0e111033a.html



And yet another post from her:

Hmmm…game mechanics. “We have a name for entities in the real world which have access to your private data, which have controls on the economy, which can unilaterally affect real estate values, and which can set forth rules via commission or omission on how people interact. In the virtual worlds, we said that those who had power over the world were gods, immortals, wizards.

Facebook, Google, and yes now Nintendo, The Pokémon Company, and Niantic, as they move into AR, are basically like governments. And if they are going to start impinging upon the public sphere, it’s getting to be time that they take it seriously and actually walk through the consequences and ripple effects of what they are doing.”

https://www.gamasutra.com/blogs/RaphKoster/20160711/276834/AR_is_an_MMO.php?fbclid=IwAR07yTXSAoFGar2pQ1RjRev04iSa8RLwjfMN0gO_pKbfqk3WViNAh3TAkOQ


And yet another post from her:
Tell me again, why should we allow transnational global capital, particularly Big Oil, to control our public education systems? If you can engineer a workforce starting in pre-k (if not in-utero) what is that going to mean for human labor and wages in the future?
https://scontent-ort2-2.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/s960x960/88331216_1271815303011769_7903880739752509440_o.jpg?_nc_cat=103&_nc_sid=8024bb&_nc_eui2=AeH327wE7FST-H47xGhniDkdI2f-8fm9wu44xKPP3iNNsoxz-SCw1oGqaXEPO4795t7-rmvntno4ItMsTcyTkLAqXwVyM6UGVRtzQCDPcwRi7Q&_nc_ohc=06xV5wAhgHsAX9MTqVA&_nc_ht=scontent-ort2-2.xx&_nc_tp=7&oh=25d1c1ffe0d84f830cb647884834797d&oe=5E916999
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And a reply to this post:
Hexagons 🐝
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And yet another post from her:
Working on pulling images for my UN talk and stumbled across this creepy one. UN SDG “pay for success” panopticon of human capital investing in “smart” cities…
https://scontent-ort2-2.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/89119865_1272621006264532_7607192640987070464_n.jpg?_nc_cat=110&_nc_sid=8024bb&_nc_ohc=LOBkAZBjtzkAX9VhJwq&_nc_ht=scontent-ort2-2.xx&oh=d7b2120554c5a12db9c3c23550523f44&oe=5E9179CE
Linked to SIBs, too.
https://www.modul.ac.ae/researchpapers/using-social-impact-bonds-to-finance-the-sustainable-development-goals-in-the-developing-world
what came up on geo-fencing…
https://thinkprogress.org/exclusive-steve-bannon-geofencing-data-collection-catholic-church-4aaeacd5c182/

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Public Schools or Public Screwels? Part 35

This is part 35.

Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

The empress has no clothes. I really hope none of you all wasted money on that NPE conference.

It seems the truth hurts. Ouch.

Sarah Jonas who pushed the press release for the RAND report came out of the Children’s Aid Society who set it all up.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarah-jonas-4131937


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO READ
.. Please remember I do not write articles .. I am a researcher I am only telling all of you what I have found ….
Last night I just simply could not sleep due to the fact USMCA was going to be signed today and it included information on the new monetary system as e-payment which in that document was connected to the UN.. I began researching on Stakeholder Capitalism for the past couple of days especially since Marc Benoiff and Ivanka Trump were on a panel concerning Stakeholder Capitalism.
Marc Benoiff is the CEO of Salesforce. He is also connected to what is Breakthrough Energy … The link is below , scroll down and look at the list of names you will see Bill Gates, George Soros and several others …
https://www.b-t.energy/coalition/who-we-are/

When Trump was campaigning for president I began doing some research on him and if he had any connections which would not make me happy since so many of those who have been elected as president were following the path towards socialism ..
Trump was bailed out by one Wilbur Ross who is the Commerce Secretary . Ross worked for one of Rothschild’s investment firms during the time Trump was having financial problems with his casino ..
Information on Wilbur Ross connection to Rothschild

https://www.euromoney.com/article/b1320dw6rm2q4y/wilbur-ross-senior-managing-director-rothschild-newyork

One of several articles concerning Ross bailing out Trump

https://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-pol-wilbur-ross-commerce-20161208-story.html

Trump in one of his campaign speeches mentioned private , public partnership .. PPP is part of the UN .. This speech was given in Gettysburg
https://youtu.be/uQT1l4R67cc

After Trump was elected his son -in- law Jared was appointed to
White House Office of American Innovation. Marc Benoiff and others were appointed by Jared to be on the team as strategic consultants.. In this article you will notice Ivanka planning to “collaborate” with the team

http://nymag.com/intelligencer/2017/03/jared-kushner-gets-new-job-overhauling-federal-government.html

Benoiff has been attending WEF for over 18 years he mentioned this at the WEF2020 on the panel with Ivanka … in this article Benoiff is the one wearing glasses and sitting next to Ivanka on the left hand side –

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/01/future-of-work-reskilling-workforce-ivanka-trump-davos-quotes

Marc Benoiff states capitalism is dead –

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/01/21/stakeholder-capitalism-has-reached-a-tipping-point-says-salesforce-ceo-benioff.html

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/davos-2020-salesforce-founder-capitalism-is-dead-181643945.html

Now I will show all of you what I found last night which connects more dots leading to Stakeholder Capitalism which is being pushed by Benoiff and Ivanka and how it is connected to Inclusive Capitalism which is Lynn Rothschild and others …

Several years ago there was a conference held in UK – Those who were present was Prince Charles and Bill Clinton and many other so called influential persons
The Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism began as an initiative of the neoconservative Henry Jackson Society co-chaired by Dominic Barton – the UK-based Global Managing Director of McKinsey and key long-term economic strategist to the Trudeau government – and Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild – a New Jersey-born Democratic Party insider who married into the Rothschild banking dynasty after being introduced to Sir Evelyn de Rothschild by Henry Kissinger at the 1998 Bilderberg conference and spent her honeymoon being hosted by the Clintons at the White House. [ This article is from Socialist Project but it has a great deal of information.]

“Inclusive capitalism’ conference ends in High Court battle .

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/10989528/Inclusive-capitalism-conference-ends-in-High-Court-battle-between-organisers.htmlhttps://wallstreetonparade.com/2014/05/try-to-contain-your-laughter-prince-charles-and-lady-de-rothschild-team-up-to-talk-about-%e2%80%98inclusive-capitalism%e2%80%99/

Stakeholder Capitalism for Long-Term Value Creation
*EPIC was formed by the Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism
“Society and the environment: To be successful in the long term, companies need to understand how they create the social value that provides competitive advantages in attracting talent and customers and that strengthens their “license to operate.” EPIC explored how companies can use the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by linking them to strategy and explaining how their contribution to SDGs creates long-term value for the company.”

What is EPIC – The Embankment Project for Inclusive Capitalism (EPIC) today releases its report identifying value drivers important for sustainable and inclusive growth, as well as potential metrics to assess them. The report is the result of a multi-stakeholder effort and includes contributions from more than 30 global business leaders.

https://www.ey.com/en_gl/news/2018/11/embankment-project-for-inclusive-capitalism-releases-report-to-drive-sustainable-and-inclusive-growth

**** Mark Weinberger – Mark Weinberger, EY Global Chairman and CEO, says: “There has been a lot of focus recently on short-term pressure in our capital markets and a lively discussion around quarterly reporting, but what we report is as important as how often we report it. It is time to update how we value companies and measure their impact on all stakeholders, not just shareholders. EPIC brought together companies and investors to help define how firms create long-term value and offer potential ways to measure and report on that.”

MARK A. WEINBERGER CONFIRMED ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY FOR TAX POLICY

https://www.treasury.gov/press-center/press-releases/Pages/po81.aspx

Bio on Mark Weinberger

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Weinberger

Marc Benioff’s CEO Activism: CEO Daily
****Other CEOs who participated in the day’s lively discussions on rethinking business’s role in society included Allstate’s Tom Wilson, EY’s Mark Weinberger, AB InBev’s Carlos Brito, Synchrony’s Margaret Keane and Hyatt’s Mark Hoplamazian.

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/marc-benioffs-ceo-activism-ceo-091931360.html

Mark Weinberger and Ivanka Trump
News Shapers: Ivanka Trump and EY CEO

https://www.axios.com/news-shapers-ivanka-trump-and-ey-ceo-mark-weinberger-1533305854-71f4a068-f397-4552-8b27-26a4addb85b3.html

Ivanka Trump and EY CEO Mark Weinberger were discussing workforce development at the Axios event

Davos and Stakeholder Capitalism 2.0

https://www.wilsoncenter.org/blog-post/davos-and-stakeholder-capitalism-20

Nancy Pelosi on USMCA, ACA, and the climate crisis
JIM CRAMER: Okay. Now, I always say at the top of Mad Money, it’s not about friends, it’s about money. But we do have a mutual friend in Marc Benioff, Co-CEO and Founder of Salesforce. He believes that business, and he’s got a great new book out: business has become the best platform and agent for social change. Do you agree?
NANCY PELOSI: It could be. And in Marc Benioff’s case, it is. But I do think that there’s much more room for us all to work together for social change. The poet Shelley said the greatest source for moral good is imagination. So, let’s combine imagination with all aspects of our economy. Because we really do have to address the issue of disparity and income in our country. And as we do so, we can use our work that we are going to do to address the climate crisis. In a green way, create new jobs, be number one in the world in green technologies and the rest. But bring everyone along with that, as we go down that new path.

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff says it’s ‘more than fair’ for him to get some credit for Trump’s support of Trillion Trees campaign

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/01/24/davos-salesforce-ceo-benioff-claims-some-credit-for-trump-backing-trillion-trees.html

Gore’s fund leads $400 million deal with trucking startup
Al Gore and Marc Benoiff
In the four years since it was founded, Convoy Inc. has assembled a lineup of big-name investors that includes Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and Marc Benioff. It’s adding one more to the list: Al Gore.

https://ajot.com/news/al-goreas-fund-leads-400-million-deal-with-trucking-startup

Facebook, Google, and Amazon are big winners in the new NAFTA deal

https://qz.com/1410473/facebook-fb-google-goog-and-amazon-amzn-are-big-winners-in-the-new-nafta-deal/


And another post from her:

USMCA Art. 23.1 cites the International Labor Organization’s (ILO) “Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work” (1998), as guiding the treatment of labor issues under the Treaty. The ILO is an agency of the United Nations (UN); and part of the ILO’s “social justice” agenda is to formulate “fair migration schemes in regional integration processes.”

So this is how the UN is to dictate immigration policy for the “regional integration” of Canada, the United States and Mexico

https://www.ilo.org/global/topics/labour-migration/fair-migration-agenda/lang–en/index.htm


Here is a post from another friend of mine:

Have you looked at the Chamber of Commerce Agenda? Smart Cities, Fewer Vehicles, Creating a Caste System.


And some replies to this post:

Get this… the Superintendent of our elementary school district is also the president of the Chamber of Commerce. And yes, Chula Vista is a Smart City.


are you serious?!? I mean, I know you are. There’s no limit to the libido dominandi and the ugliness that would turn children into cogs in the machine. I need to check on some of the similarities between Chula Vista and Tulsa. I think I remember running across an impact study in which both places were pilots.


Isn’t this what Rose Koire talked about?


it’s EXACTLY what she talked about! We also have the Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance that’s pushing POPULATION CONTROL. It’s unbelievable!


Implement a comprehensive strategy to align educational curriculum to the needs of regional business and industry.
Convene and collaborate with regional partners to increase regional attainment of post-secondary degrees and certificates.
Attract and retain skilled talent through recruitment tools and programs.
Assert Tulsa’s regional identity to attract skilled talent through branding and public relations strategies.
Strengthen and build upon the strategic objectives and programming of Tulsa’s Young Professionals (TYPros) to continue efforts to attract and retain young talent.
Impact local, state and federal policy to secure education funding and skilled worker tax credits while protecting and improving the region’s higher-education infrastructure.




Here is a post from the California anti-radical sex ed group:

Section 2 of Kentucky Senate Bill 296 will require Sexuality education be taught starting in KINDERGARTEN to grade 12. (I will attach a photo of this part of the bill in the comment section. You can see the draft of the complete bill through the link in the article).

This should concern us here in California due to the fact that California legislators have consistently voted against any bills securing out childrens safety or protecting our parental rights. These same legislators have consistently voted according to what Planned Parenthood supports.

Although Section 51934(b) of the California Healthy Youth Act allows schools to tech sex ed in lower grades than middle school at the discretion of the district, it is only a matter of time until California also decides to make sex ed mandatory in kindergarten if we do not step up as parents, grandparents and concerned citizens to fight this overreach now.


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:
You know why I could really care less about our NPR station unionizing? Because really this is what “public television” is about. It’s about gamified behavioral conditioning. In this case to encourage pre-k children to play out their cop fantasies through customizable digital avatars and earn “rewards.” This is PBS Kids. Gross, gross, gross, gross. Don’t give them your money.

was the avatar program you mentioned during my talk a PBS Kids one?
https://pbskids.org/oddsquad/agents/createagent/

And some replies to this post:
I’m not sure, but it definitely fit the model that Heckman mentioned in the interview that you blogged about. Building a character, unlocking a privilege. To a tee.
These people are ruthless sociopaths who have conditioned a generation of sheep.

Hexagon backdrop

Thought of you when I noticed that.

did you watch any of the golden globes? Hexagon backdrop there too. Gave e the heebie jeebies!!

I think it’s a Freemason symbol.
https://imperiumadinfinitum.wordpress.com/2017/06/07/the-meaning-of-the-hexagon/
https://freemasonsfordummies.blogspot.com/2016/10/euclid-freemasonry-and-philosophical.html
I think the hexagram represents 666 (which is associated with the evil government of the Beast of the end times in the Bible.)
There is a move to go to cashless currencies afoot. Ripple and others are at it. Interestingly, the prophecy about the mark of the beast (though it also mentions a name too as it says “name or number”) and it says that nobody would be able to buy or sell without this mark thing. If someone were to create a global cashless blockchain currency that was injected, they could easily make such a scenario a reality.
The Lucius Trust has huge ties to the United Nations: http://www.freemasonrywatch.org/lucistrust.html
https://www.commoncorediva.com/2014/09/24/would-you-believe-it-evil-hath-no-place-in-education/

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/hexagons-hive-mind-booming-buzzing-confusion-lynn-davenport/
And here is a post from the author at the end of the article:
Their approach to school transformation, 27 Personalized Learning Elements, is fondly known as the honeycomb. Originally, proficiency-based learning was just one of 27 elements of personalized learning. Now it is one of the three core elements along with learner profiles and customized learning paths.
The Personalized Learning Honeycomb
Starting with 27 elements is a lot to make sense of, but IPL has organized it with four levels that you can use to get your head wrapped around it:
https://www.competencyworks.org/case-study/buzzing-toward-personalized-learning-in-wisconsin/
https://youtu.be/YjHGP6oKhik

Doesn’t mean that we both cannot be correct.

think you are correct. I didn’t write about the scripture stuff but follow it and believe it. Also have you seen this?
https://youtu.be/Yovr_oJTBAw


And another post from her:
Human capital investment equations are grounded in the premise that through psychological manipulation and coercion, digital technologies will produce behavior change “results” on data dashboards. That predictive behavior change is what hedge funds will be gambling on.
The masses will be forced into transhumanism (melding consciousness and actions with computing systems) in service of global investment deals. Algorithmically-determined media consumption will be a key driver in this – to “change” people’s world views to an “acceptable” framework based on the interests of the transnational global capitalist class.
Knowing this we can understand the DARPA Narrative Networks program not simply as a form of digital mind control, but as a necessary precursor to global digital incarceration. That ASU’s Google-funded Center for the Future of War would make “weaponized narrative” one of their three top focus areas is telling.
Those who control the narrative and the media delivery systems control the game board. Everyone needs to get up to speed on behavioral economics, impact investing, wearable technologies, IoT, and smart policing. When you consume media, do it with a full awareness of this larger program. Please.

And yet another post from her:
Tulsa is the second largest city in Oklahoma. Over the past year it has experienced significant disruption with the restructuring of Tulsa University, K12 school closures and elimination of critical education services. In addition it is a “what works” city that is being subjected to “smart” interventions with the backing of powerful local philanthropists working in coordination with Michael Bloomberg. Last week we came together to share information, and I gave two presentations. This is a recording of my second talk paired with slides. I added to the slide deck for this video, but the original can be accessed here:
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Q0asA6aKjp8Hn–0nCr6MstpTor8oY6GCd7sA6dWJcI/edit?usp=sharing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGbu-qI6X7g

And yet another post from her:
Digital identity will catalyze an automated “faith-based” free-market economic system where the masses will be compelled to prove their worthiness through digital compliance to global power. Sounds pretty awful doesn’t it? Please get a handle on what is happening. Let’s not do this. We must organize towards collective liberation. We must learn from the experience of Black, Indigenous, Palestinian, Uighur, and other resisters. No more time to look the other way.

And yet another post from her:
Wow, so we are all pawns of the Trilateral Commission I guess. I didn’t realize David Gergen was part of it, too. This is from last March.
http://blog.newprofit.org/amplify/new-profit-welcomes-three-new-board-members?fbclid=IwAR3LxSaba9RS0ylKBF4UW1hDhtDIjZDmhYbXDxnxDVtc-hb5omLBaFjjd0U
I’m feeling like Gergen, an NC native, is at the center of a lot of what is happening there.

Here is a post from another friend of mine:
Should Colorado catch up to making preschoolers human capital? No.
https://chalkbeat.org/posts/co/2020/01/30/in-the-pursuit-of-universal-preschool-can-colorado-catch-up-to-oklahoma/?fbclid=IwAR0oDqam4kubNecshlKVgKhom5tYQoGzPItsO7DDY1R1c24b6vZ3laFEo1M

And another post from her:
Haley Barbour, Board Chair and General Public Representative: Barbour was governor of Mississippi from 2004 to 2012, where he focused on education reform and improving student outcomes. Previously, Barbour had served in the White House under President Ronald Reagan and as chairman of the Republican Governors Association from 2009 to 2011. Barbour returned to BGR Group—the government affairs firm he founded—after leaving the governor’s office. His term as chair of the board will start immediately and end on Sept. 30, 2020.
Christine Cunningham, Curriculum Specialist: Cunningham is a professor of education and engineering at the College of Education at The Pennsylvania State University and founder of the Engineering is Elementary Program at the Museum of Science in Boston. She won the Harold W. McGraw, Jr. Prize in Education in 2017 for pioneering curriculum that introduces engineering concepts and practices at the elementary level.
Patrick Kelly, Twelfth-Grade Teacher: Patrick Kelly works in a hybrid role teaching AP U.S. Government and Politics and serving as coordinator of professional learning for Richland School District 2 outside of Columbia, S.C. Kelly is certified by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards and was a finalist for the South Carolina State Teacher of the Year award in 2014. He has also served as a teaching ambassador fellow and lead classroom teaching ambassador fellow for the U.S. Department of Education. NAEP
https://www.ed.gov/news/press-releases/us-secretary-education-betsy-devos-appoints-three-new-members-chair-board-overseeing-nations-report-card?fbclid=IwAR0nHngBvEkSIU8wppaqGTmS-uOAYIcbhPtCwvwMCIJ1quKc7OH-hYQ6BvM

And some replies to this post:
Has the NAEP been aligned to CCSS?

Yes

☹️ so what’s the point then? Do you know when it happened?

https://fordhaminstitute.org/national/commentary/common-cores-alignment-2015-naep-math-assessment
NAEP also measures SEL
http://engagingschools.org/naep-to-assess-noncognitive-skills-starts-2017/


And a post from another friend of mine:
The next time you hear someone argue for Medicaid expansion, consider that many of its supporters are in it for the
integrated data, here linked to
population control
(but only based on your risk profile, of course!)
Check out the companies that service electronic medical records in Oklahoma. MyHealthAccess, Asemio, etc. Then consider these statements from the linked article. Chilling.
“Health information managers, informaticists, and data scientists – many of whom are starting to find their way into the C-suite themselves – are also a key component of the population health dream team.
These data governance experts can break down barriers that prevent providers from using EHR data, claims data, demographic and socioeconomic data, and information from other providers for patient care improvements.

For organizations that are ready to take the next steps, the options are nearly limitless. Health IT vendors have been quick to identify population health management as a lucrative opportunity to hawk their wares, and many developers are offering risk stratification and clinical decision support tools driven by cutting-edge natural language processing, semantic computing and data lake technology.
These advanced technologies can finely segment populations for optimal monitoring, conduct predictive analytics, prompt providers to take preemptive action, and make it simpler to exchange information and coordinate care.”
https://healthitanalytics.com/features/amp/how-to-get-started-with-a-population-health-management-program?fbclid=IwAR29_hHKFSgCRug7s7k6JDESGWPGKI83y1h8JFkAzXbvUFubH9bTa3zdkTU

Here is a post from a Washington anti-radical sex ed group:
Here’s what happened when an IPoW delegate went to testify against school health clinics in Olympia:
https://mynorthwest.com/1690031/dori-school-health-centers-leg/

And another post from this page:
‼️New Bill Alert‼️
SB 6563 would allow any school to enter into an agreement with any health care provider to put a clinic on their campus. This is the 3rd such bill entered this year.
Why these are bad:
1) Eliminates parents from child/doctor relationship.
2) In WA, at 13 children are given access to services such as STI treatment, birth control, mental health and gender services all without parental consent or knowledge.
3) In WA, parents insurance may be billed for services their kids receive but they have no right to know what their child was seen for.
4) Puts schools and clinics in position of trust over parents.
5) Helps to allow/encourage kids to keep secrets from their parents
6) Too vague: What types of clinics will be allowed? How will clinic staff be vetted? Will chaperones be provided/required?
Yes, there are bad parents out there, but sometimes kids just don’t want their parents to know because they don’t want to hear “No” or listen to their parents guidance. This bill and others like it treat every parent like an enemy rather than an ally when it comes to their kids mental, physical and sexual health. 13 years old is too young to be give complete autonomy over their health. Science tells us their brains are not developed enough to make adult decisions and won’t be until they are 25. The state needs to work towards including parents in the continuing development of their children, not cuttin them out once they reach one of the most vulnerable, influential and tumultuous stages in their lives.
https://app.leg.wa.gov/DistrictFinder/
Legislative Hotline Operators: 1-800-562-6000
https://app.leg.wa.gov/billsummary?BillNumber=6563&Year=2019&Initiative=False

And some replies to this post:
They already do a lot of these with 13 yr olds. I was not happy at all after living in AZ then moving to WA & my 13 yr old would have to give me permission as a parent to know anything going on in her dr. Appts. 13 is way too young to make medical decisions like birth control that can screw up a woman’s body, they don’t understand all the risks with things.

Planned Parenthood’s alternative to diminishing abortion clinics is “health care clinics” in schools and in public community locations. The Sex Ed Program in schools was initially proposed by WA State Senator Claire Wilson (D) who supports Planned Parenthood and LGBTQ. Senator Patty Kuderer is one of co-sponsors. Unless parents and public consistently contact legislators adamantly opposing evil legislation, WA State will become even darker.Join Informed Parents of WA and other local organizations, church groups in our battle for our traditional values and constitutional rights. Keep informed. Pray.

There’s more to this than meets the eye. Very serious. Allowing schools to “lease” their property & enter into agreements w/ 3rd party medical providers for health clinics at the school is their attempt to work around FERPA. The patient/provider confidentiality for minors has exemptions at schools that allow parents the right to know medical information that they would not have access to at hospitals/clinics outside of school- such as illegal substance abuse, certain mental health, etc. By doing it this way- the school clinics will basically be their own entity & not subject to those school exemptions.

And yet another post from this page:
Bingo with words like ejaculation, erection, and labia, for students as young as 9 in the FLASH curriculum, grades 4-6. Students are encouraged to keep a glossary at the beginning of the unit and look up the words as they’re learned. Internet searches show Wikipedia in the top two searches, where children will find photographs, not drawings, of each word


And some replies to this post:

My understanding is that the parents of children in CA public schools are about to lose the authority to opt out of certain sections of the personal health/sex ed courses. The article said they were not gojng to be notified when more graphic material will be presented.


California parents are currently unable to opt their children out of lessons on gender identity. It’s framed as an anti-bullying lesson and mandated on that basis.



And another post from this page:

Spokane Families: Did you know your district was already using a work group to update its Sex Ed program?

https://www.krem.com/mobile/article/news/education/spssexed/293-849df954-61cc-4a97-8b6f-333f4a231156


And yet another post from this page:

This is the declaration agreed upon by ETR, creator of popular CSE curriculums, at this years World Congress of Sexual Health:

“The participants of the 24th World Congress of the World Association for Sexual Health:

URGE all governments, international intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations, academic institutions, health and education authorities, the media, private sector actors, and society at large, and particularly, all member organizations of the World Association for Sexual Health to:

Promote sexual pleasure in law and policy as a fundamental part of sexual health and well-being, grounded in the principles of sexual rights as human rights, including self-determination, non-discrimination, privacy, bodily integrity, and equality;
Ensure that comprehensive sexuality education addresses sexual pleasure in an inclusive, evidence-informed and rights-based manner tailored to people’s diverse capacities and needs across the life span, in order to allow experiences of informed, self-determined, respectful, and safe sexual pleasure;”

They’re not trying to sexualize our kids though


And another post from this page:

We are not the only state fighting this. We are not even the only country. This is a global effort to sexualize children around the world. Read about Ghana’s fight to eject CSE.

“These CSE programs have an almost obsessive focus on sexual pleasure, instructing children and youth at the earliest ages on how to obtain sexual pleasure in a variety of ways. Some programs even encourage sexual exploration for children as young as age five. Planned Parenthood, one of the largest purveyors of sexuality education in the United States, explains on their website that sexuality education addresses “values exploration,” “safer sex,” “sexual attitudes and values,” “sexual orientation,” and “sexual pleasure.”

https://www.modernghana.com/news/958304/understanding-the-outcry-against-comprehensive.html


And yet another post from this page:
In the FLASH curriculum a step-by-step description of an orgasm is read to a co-ed classroom of 14-year-olds.


Here is a post from Lynn Davenport:

I filed a public information request at the Texas Education Agency to see what this $48,000 invoice was all about with Commit. They said my request was “unclear” or “overbroad” (that’s not a word is it?). I told them to check again under the letter T.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/data-mining-data-race-gold-texas-lynn-davenport

What is Commit in five sentences???

Commit promotes data-driven decisions and champions a test-and-punish culture using high-stakes testing (STAAR) with merit pay (TEI) and their staffing model (ACE). Through data sharing agreements with ISDs, they collect baseline data for a “collective impact” model under StriveTogether in Cincinnati where investors gamble on the futures of kids and their “outcomes” in a social innovation/pay for success scheme. They have expanded their reach beyond DISD elections into influencing legislation (HB1842, SB1882, HB3), various ISD superintendent hires like DeSoto and Midland, as well as the appointment of the TEA commissioner. They have also partnered with TEA, Microsoft, StriveTogether and DataKind for a project that involves machine learning and predictive analytics after gaining access to 16,000 million academic assessment records matched longitudinally for students in 3rd to 8th grade. The office is conveniently located across the street from the Old Parkland business enclave where tenants like Commit founder, Todd Williams (Williams Family Foundation) have executive suites.


And another post from her:

I have long suspected districts are using minority children by keeping them in English Language Learner (ELL) services longer than necessary or even when not necessary at all. It is interesting to hear Michelle Malkin talk about her experience as a minority and native English speaker. She was placed in Limited English Proficiency (LEP) services despite her perfect English and her parents demanded she be removed. It took three months to get her out.

Schools receive more money for kids who don’t speak English. In other districts, they keep Spanish-speaking children taking the Spanish STAAR far longer than necessary, which hinders the kids when they enter middle school.

It is also fascinating to hear Malkin talk about her experience with crap math at a private school and how they came after her.

What’s the solution to education woes? Grassroots moms and dads raising a stink. She said, “Follow the money, find the truth.”

Amen.


And yet another post from her:

You can’t make this stuff up. Former Waco ISD superintendent Dr. Marcus Nelson was arrested while coming back from a work trip to Houston. He was given a misdemeanor for driving under the influence and in possession of pot.

Mike Morath is trying to get the city of Marlin take over Marlin ISD. The only applicant to apply to consult the city through the takeover was Dr. Nelson, the one who got fired from Waco ISD over the pot incident.

Now Mayor Carolyn Lofton says God put him in their path for a reason. What??? The TEA put him there. Where else is he gonna go?

Marlin: Nelson accepts flat fee to consult on education options:

https://www.kwtx.com/content/news/Marlin–Nelson-takes-flat-fee-to-consult-city-over-education-options-566995821.html

“Lofton says Nelson was the only applicant who applied to consult the city through the process.

“With the expertise of Dr. Nelson, we have an opportunity to build something better than what we have,” said Nelson.

His hiring is controversial as he resigned from Waco ISD last year over a misdemeanor drug arrest.

“I think everything God does is purposeful, so I think he put him in our path for a reason, we may not see it right now, but down the road, we’ll see what God was trying to do,” said Lofton. “I feel like he’s blessed us by coming here.”


And yet another post from her:

Representative Matt Shaheen and I agree that STAAR does not measure learning and should be replaced. I went to the Public School Finance [window-dressing] Commission in 2018 and told them to get rid of the invalid assessment BUT…not by replacing it with computer adaptive assessments. https://youtu.be/Hm8VVmxoQtw

Is that what Shaheen is proposing?

He wrote in his editorial in DMN:

“We think student testing would yield more accurate assessments by adapting test content to each student’s knowledge level. By moving to an adaptive form of assessment, we can accurately measure grade level, college readiness, proficiency levels and growth. The STAAR fails miserably in these areas and clearly needs to be replaced.”

The problem with computer adaptive assessments is the embedded algorithms and predictive analytics used to create a constant flow of data on children. That data and metadata can be used to benefit venture capitalists who get a return on the academic and emotional “growth” of the child. The proposed replacement of the invalid STAAR test could bring in something far worse by increasing screen time, surveillance capitalism, and data collection.

Ask a bunch of questions.

https://www.dallasnews.com/opinion/commentary/2020/01/15/as-a-texas-legislator-im-determined-to-get-rid-of-the-staar-test/?fbclid=IwAR07z0K9p5GTJp260KhWjjJ5IBhithkPXUYZOqnGGdzD7_M5YbCu5qb7WVA


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

This is happening in Tulsa. Smart City, TIFs, the Dumbing Down of our Schools, Learning Ecosystems, Blockchain Credentials for School Children, Mass Production of Surveillance Drones, Regulation of Midwives and Doulas so they can make sure EVERY child has a digital tag, the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s Transportation Plan, and celebrating Tulsa as a Top City for Vegans.


Here is a post that was shared in a South Carolina anti-Common Core group:

ALERT!!! The data warehouse bill has been scheduled for a special subcommittee in the Senate next week.
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WHAT IT DOES: This bill would create a massive data collecting system to track children from preschool through the workforce (and possibly beyond). The goal? To help meet the needs of the state’s economy and to improve the workforce delivery system.
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WHEN/WHERE: Interestingly, this bill was not assigned to the Senate Education Committee, but rather to the Labor, Commerce and Industry Committee, where a special subcommittee has been created just to consider this bill.
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  • Date: Feb. 5 (next Wednesday)
  • Time: 10:00 am
  • Location: Room 209 of the Gressette Building
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    THIS MEETING IS NOT SCHEDULED TO BE STREAMED OR RECORDED.

The data warehouse was originally created a couple of years ago by state law, so it already exists – this particular bill would just give it structure and parameters for usage.
In fact, the Senate education bill references the data warehouse directly in Section 37, where it requires the Dept of Ed to give colleges and universities with teacher preparation programs data on their teacher graduates. That data would include “student learning objective data aggregated by classroom, content, or grade; school; district; and learner demographic.”


It would seem that EL Rothschild is a supporter of this “Inclusive Capitalism” as are our friends at the Ford Foundation and WeWork: https://www.inc-cap.com/about/

Yes that is correct, this is the same WeWork that got the $9,500,000,000 bailout from Softbank: https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2019/10/23/wework-snags-billion-bailout-softbank-staving-off-bankruptcy/

And I think that this one is another “Inclusive Capitalism” site: https://www.epic-value.com/

Interesting that JP Morgan Chase & Co was on that one. JP Morgan also had a role in the WeWork mess:

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-08-06/jpmorgan-s-wework-ipo-pursuit-many-years-and-loans-in-the-making

I found this too: https://en-us.fievent.com/e/teaching-with-the-sustainable-development-goals-sdgs/22827401?force_subdomain=true


Here is a post from the Minnesota anti-Common Core group:

Great Start is Back!

A happy Saturday evening to all! The first of the legislative bills were dropped yesterday, Jan 31st. One of the first bills out of the gate is a clone of HF 1 Great Start for All Minnesota Children Act. HF 1 is a bill from last year which focused on numerous areas of early childhood. This bill is sadly government at it’s worst as government funds itself into a greater bureaucracy.

This bill advances $30M in home visits, prenatal to 3 years and with health equitable outcomes as well as a definition for health equal outcomes.

A significant $260.7M (not counting base funding of $70M) early learning money which includes the birth initiative. Last year funding extended up to the wealthy income level.

A sizeable allocation of $3.4M for the Parent Aware push.

$2.7M for a new Kindergarten Readiness Assessment to be given in pre-school.

Lastly, millions in funding for First Children’s Finance, the Minnesota Initiative Foundations and more. These groups are to help fund new construction, curriculum, etc. for childcare around the state while dictating that the childcare can only be connected to Parent Aware. As you’ve seen the articles, the government program, Parent Aware, is a sham.


Here is a post from a friend fo mine

See the comments below for more on Epic.


And another post from her:

This map shows the opportunities for data-sharing in the Community Schools model. You will notice many of Tulsa’s vulture philanthropists on this map.

https://littlesis.org/maps/4527-student-data-sharing-community-schools-elt?fbclid=IwAR0VFADTEpS6JxofeqUiSEXWX-UGqR22nu_Nbe1_XuUC75zWze59uoB-RzU


And some replies to this post:

do you have Community in Schools in Tulsa? We do-and they’re being pushed like crazy.


yes. And one is using block chain credentials!
https://www.unionps.org/index.php?pageID=426296_3


hmm I think we are not talking about the same thing. Communities in Schools (CIS) is a group that puts volunteer mentors into schools.


oh oops – I keep mixing these two up today! Yes, we have CIS too! These are in CAP-Tulsa Promise neighborhoods, with housing, home visits, and the rest. I think they are expanding.


I know they are looking to secure impact funding. They literally advertise in our shopping malls for “mentors”.


the housing is smart housing, I was told.

So twisted! Everything is about setting up these crony networks of entanglement. They’re doing that at the University here too- it’s like predatory grooming. Same thing with “Leadership” programs.


we have a housing development that partnered with Amazon where Alexa is wired into the walls throughout the house. 😳😳😳


NO WAY!!!😨😨😨


yep. It’s called “The Amazon Experience” 😂😂😂



And yet another post from her:

“Data-driven” is Aspen-speak for surveillance capitalism. The hedge funds and billionaires are setting up human capital futures markets that will allow investors to move capital in the “Fourth Revolution” economy, an economy of gig workers, surveillance via Smart Cities, “nudges”, impact programs, and social credit scoring. Our Mayor is helping to implement U.N. Agenda 21 here in Tulsa, and Leadership gatherings like this one expedite the process.
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And the post she quoted:

Mayor GT Bynum
Yesterday at 1:07 PM

Quite a week for Tulsa on the global stage! Incredibly honored to be keynote speaker at the British government’s National Leadership Conference. The chance to address 400 of the nation’s top government officials on Tulsa’s experience in using data to bring people together and solve some of our greatest challenges was a reminder of how far we’ve come in making our city a global leader. Cabinet Minister Oliver Dowden told me the British government hopes to learn a lot from Tulsa as they pursue a data-driven agenda in the UK. And the brilliant Dr. Sabrina Cohen-Hatton – one of the world’s leaders in fire prevention strategies – is telling others they need to look to Tulsa when it comes to using data. The best part of all of this, for me, was the knowledge that we are only getting started.


And some replies to this post:

Wow. He’s certainly making the rounds isn’t he?


“look to Tulsa when it comes to using data”


All of the SIB stuff comes out of the UK – Sir Ronald Cohen. This is really terrible.


His friend there is a Cohen – probably just a coincidence, though.😁


“we are only getting started….” ominous


his wife works for Kaiser’s personal attorney, who’s New America through and through. And who (Dorwart) was working on foster care reform!!

Hunger Games.


How can we opt out?!


I know, right!!! Check out Rosa Koire’s blog Democrats Against Agenda 21. She’s got some great stuff there.
https://www.democratsagainstunagenda21.com/



And another post from her:

This is the customary “public input” request that will allow the City Council to claim that it considered our opinions. The Tulsa Regional Chamber has already developed a Transportation Plan that includes autonomous vehicles, geospatial tracking systems for every car, and parking shortages designed to persuade us to give up cars.

Some of these things might be desirable, sure. But the ends don’t justify the means – especially the means that are designed to conceal the circumvention of democratic processes. There’s no use giving them your data in the survey. The plan has been fixed for a long time. This is U.N. Agenda 21, designed to cram people into small spaces where we can be tracked and controlled. By drones and robots that TU designs and that are mass-produced by McLain high school students who were deprived of a real education and instead funneled into a manufacturing class.

And the post that she quoted:

Tulsa City Council
Yesterday at 3:02 PM

Tulsans, your input is needed and it only takes 5 minutes!

The City of Tulsa is launching a Mobility Innovation Strategy project and needs your help identifying the biggest challenges in day to day travel. Please take 5 minutes to answer the survey questions. In addition to understanding transportation challenges, questions are intended to improve our understanding of Tulsan’s travel preferences, priorities and attitudes to new forms of mobility such as bikeshare and autonomous vehicles. Your anonymous answers will be used to inform potential pilot projects and strategies to improve transportation for all Tulsans.

Take the survey here: https://www.cityoftulsa.org/MobilityPlan

This map shows the plan for U.S. Mega Regions, which are to be connected through high speed rail in order to accomplish the goals of U.N. Agenda 21.

http://www.america2050.org/content/megaregions.html#more


Here is a post from the Florida anti-iReady group:

Just found this on the district Osceola web site.
This survey will be administered to children in in this district during the month of February. Did anyone get a letter sent home? Are they asking for consent?

Panorama is an SEL data mining company along with Kognito.

Wondering what other districts are doing this.


And here are some replies to this post:

How will surveys be confidential if students log onto computer with their ID number


Why dont they give the survey to parents to also fill out? They are relentlessly collecting info from minors 👎. There was a similar survey that filtered through our previous sch in New England and they asked questions like- how many TVs are in your house? How many hours do you watch tv?… I was the one of the few that opted out my kid out.
I would opt my kid out this survey too.🤐


IRC did it. Our handbook said they had to ask permission before any surveys, so a bunch of us told them our children would not be doing it. They then sent a permission slip home. I don’t know what kind of response they got, but they definitely tried to sneak it by. They’ve been doing it since last spring.

https://www.panoramaed.com/social-emotional-learning-sel


and our “permission form” was a opt out, not opt in. The letter was sent home via students, not mail, so you can imagine how many high school and middle school students actually gave it to their parents.
The letters came home after the survey for high school and middle schoolers that stated you can have their data removed if it was already taken.



And another post from this group:

For those who have opted out of AR testing, what do schools typically provide as an alternative?

My son is in 5th grade- reading at an 8th grade level. Yesterday he got a poor score on a very long book (his first poor score!) that he dedicated 2 weeks of time to. Now he hasn’t reached his “goal” and has to spend their once a week recess reading indoors, and also cannot participate in “fun Friday”.


Is he at a public or charter? If public then they can NOT take away recess!


he is at a Charter


charters often do their own thing. They can take away or refuse all recess with no consequences. Public schools have mandatory recess.


THIS IS NOT how one creates lifelong learners and I would suggest attending a SAC meeting or request a conference with teacher first, curriculum specialist next.



Here is a post from a Nevada anti-Common Core group:

Until MyNews4 broke this story Washoe County School District forced kids to use Kahoot. WCSD students, starting in kindergarten, are still forced to use apps similar to Kahoot. The day before Caleb’s suicide he took a “test” on Kahoot, while at school, titled: “Should I kill myself?” Afterwards WCSD said: “We weren’t comfortable with all of their [Kahoot’s] data security and data privacy terms.” It appears they were “comfortable” with the content of Kahoot?

During the last legislative session WCSD was the only one in the state to oppose one of Protect Nevada Children’s bills, SB403, which would have allowed parents to opt their children out of apps like Kahoot. They were able to gut our bill. Trustee Ellen Minetto is the only current WCSD board member who seems concerned about all of this.

https://mynews4.com/news/local/reno-mom-says-app-used-in-school-contributed-to-her-sons-suicide


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

Here is a catalog of articles on the Eds and Meds strategy for using universities and hospitals to “transform” and “reimagine” life as we know it! I encourage you to look over these in order to understand how universities will be engines of globalization and population control.

The chaos at Tulsa has to do with a bunch of billionaires who are working to implement U.N. Agenda 21/30 under the radar. Sound like an unbelievable conspiracy theory? I would have thought so as well had I not been able to trace dozens of key local people and organizations, particularly the Chamber of Commerce, to the UN SDGs. The oil industry has given rise to massive fortunes in Oklahoma, and as we have a relatively low population and a general reluctance to fund public services with tax dollars, we’re an ideal location for this secretive and whole-scale remaking of our community. Moreover, TU’s new Interim President, Janet Levit, has argued for this “Bottom-up International Lawmaking” strategy in law review articles. TU’s former President Clancy was on the Anchor Institution Task Force at Penn. Tulsa is a TechHire and Cities of Service Smart City, and Michael Bloomberg is a frequent visitor. The University of Tulsa is being weaponized to be a hub of neoliberal social engineering, complete with surveillance drone development, trauma and brain studies, and a cybersecurity collaboration with a team of former NSA and IDF directors.

https://community-wealth.org/content/anchor-institutions-0?fbclid=IwAR36pTZZtLPGzPSC4i2bhJtmssQM59_5YVqo27uv9XV00uZOfeiZpYi4UIg

Here is a special issue of the Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement that contains several articles about Anchor Institutions, U.N. SDGs, and (as an added bonus!) contains a piece by an administrator at Tulsa Community College.


And some replies to this post:

what do you mean by population control?


policies that are designed specifically to reduce the replacement rate. Our public schools are participating in programs rub by Zero Population Growth (under a new name that I’d have to look up), major funding for a social impact program entitled UpStream, run by Bloomberg and Kaiser through Blue Meridian partners (that targets minorities specifically), and public health insurance policies that require that “population health” be incorporated into all areas of healthcare. Kaiser cites Malthus in interviews, and I think he’s an old school social engineer, of the Herbert Croly type.


To be clear I follow: you’re referring to higher ed as one way to reduce childbirth rates in general, and in part targeting minorities?


yes, and in particular through a community engagement strategy that uses students and faculty to conduct impact pilot studies and administer impact interventions in nearby neighborhoods.

Some of the studies conducted by university faculty or students might touch directly on reproduction-related issues, but they don’t have to in order to contribute to the population mgmt goal. Early-childhood impact interventions that collect personal data contribute to predictive profiling that may lead health practitioners to encourage members of one group to exercise greater reproduction restraint than others. This link suggests how that might work.
(And just as an aside, I’m not someone who is categorically opposed to birth control – but I think that’s a private matter and that we ought to stay out of the business of using statistics or anything else to tell women that they should or should not have a child.)

Oops here’s the link

https://healthitanalytics.com/features/amp/how-to-get-started-with-a-population-health-management-program



Here is a post from the Massachusetts anti-radical sex ed group:

🔥🔥WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT🔥🔥

Advocates for Youth, an ally of Planned Parenthood and a proponent of explicit Comprehensive Sexuality Education, promotes the Netflix show, Sex Education, to teens. Their curriculum, Rights, Respect, and Responsibility (3Rs) is currently being taught in the Mansfield School District. Look in the files section for a harm analysis document detailing the content of the curriculum. Of 15 possible harmful elements the 3Rs scores 15!

The author of the article below is biased in favor of the show, and outlines various scenes in graphic detail. Look in the comments section, where I will also post screen shots from the AfY FB page, featuring the characters of the show. I also grabbed a photo from the AfY FB page that shows teens who have had abortions and promotes their “Abortion Out Loud” teen campaign.

AfY is sexualizing, victimizing, and exploiting teens. Is AfY in your child’s school? Is their 3Rs curriculum being taught in your school district? Find out and post about it here.

“Everyone at Moordale Secondary, a proper British upper school that’s the setting for Sex Education, is either thinking about shagging, about to shag, or shagging right now.”

“There’s the young woman in her first lesbian relationship who is terrified of her girlfriend’s vagina; the girl who thinks masturbation may make her clitoris fall off but does it every day anyhow; and the boy who seems to be at the center of an outbreak of pubic lice.”

“An early scene shows Adam having vigorous sex with his girlfriend, Aimee.”

“Adam has a well-deserved reputation for having a huge penis—and internal pressure to be really good at sex.”

“Otis’ first formal sex therapy client is a popular girl who threw up all over her boyfriend’s penis during a blow job and now gags every time she tries to go down.”

“Otis knows about not feeling normal. He is struggling with the fact that he can’t masturbate. He knows he should and goes as far as to pretend he has by leaving porno magazines and used tissues on his bed for his mom to find. He just can’t bring himself to touch himself, and he’s horrified when he has a wet dream about Maeve.”

One of the characters, Maeve has an abortion… “And she meets a loud older woman who is having a second (or possibly third) abortion and tells Maeve it will be OK. She says: “I have three kids, and I feel way more guilty about the ones that I had than the ones I chose not to.”

“The adult with the most screen-time is Otis’s sex therapist mom Jean, played by X-Files alum Gillian Anderson, sporting white hair and a British accent. Her house is filled with sex-related art, her home office comes complete with a file cabinet of dildos, and she hosts vagina workshops. She also sleeps with a new guy every night, spies on her son in an intrusive manner, and shares details of his sex life with her clients.”


And another post from this group:

‼️‼️🌟🌟 WAY TO GO LUDLOW PARENTS AND TEACHERS 🌟🌟‼️‼️

I am SO proud of the courageous parents and teachers in Ludlow who showed up to their local school district meeting this past week to voice their concern and outrage at some of the sexual, violent, and otherwise inappropriate content found in books that are in the school library. As a result, the school policy of keeping a contested book on the shelves while it is being reviewed by a committee was changed. Any book with objectionable content that has been brought forward by a parent or a teacher will now be removed pending a review by a committee. This is a win!

MIP member [name redacted] did an excellent job highlighting several books and having photocopied pictures from It’s Perfectly Normal (highlighted previously in this group) available to pass around for others to see.

One retired teacher in particular was very eloquent toward the end of the public comment portion, explaining how political correctness and activism has taken over our schools. Another parent argued that the books in question serve to sexualize kids and that it is wrong to expose young students to such graphic content. A mother made the point that the process by which books are reviewed needs to be looked at and revised, asserting that bad content should be caught BEFORE kids are exposed and not after.

Ludlow Superintendent Todd Gazda said that the school librarian makes book choices based off of recommendations from the American Library Association. Apparently, he isn’t aware of the fact that the ALA has been overtaken by special interest groups and political activists! Perhaps the concerned parents and teachers of Ludlow can provide him some reputable information to review on this matter.

I did have one question about the book review committee, which Superintendent Gazda said would be assembled. He stated that the school policy for the review committee says it should to be comprised of a librarian, a principle, two teachers, and members of the school committee from the district. Why not also a parent or two?

If you are a member of MIP and you attended and spoke at this meeting please comment on this post. And keep us posted about further progress made on this issue.

We can make a difference if we band together and speak!

Click the link below to watch the meeting.

http://96.39.67.86:50000/connect_content/359/preview?fbclid=IwAR0vlJJTiSJkRcV4n0EFAI4uYA7ci8TYjcYrpQxoy6lHqWFaZQtl9QrMEJ8


Here is a post from the Texas anti-STARR group:

Here we go again Elkhart ISD.
We have a new principal and I’m now getting phone calls about my daughter (8th grader) not participating in STAAR. Ive once again been told that bc of the number of days that she will miss they are obligated to report to CPS for truancy.
I send her everyday, THEY send her home. I have also been “advised” that they do not use GPC for promotion/retention.
I would love to send her to a private school but there are NONE in our area. Advice/suggestions on how to handle this situation?


And some replies to this post:

Required to notify CPS? We have been referred to Truancy for several years in a row due to attendance, but never to CPS. Child Services doesn’t, from my understanding, deal with truancy unless they are considering it educational neglect


I’m a foster/adopt parent and an educator CPS has ZERO connection to truancy! And all you can do for a report to CPS is fill out their “form” and then they decide if they need to follow up and open a case! I’ve made numerous CPS reports for FAR WORSE then a child missing a week of school and they’ve done nothing! That’s a misconstrued threat they are making!


why would an administration feel the need to clog an already overburdened and understaffed state agency with crap like this? It is obvious retaliation.


they do it all. the. time. Had it done to us last year when we were pressing for sped services for our daughter who has more letter dx then the alphabet! They reported the exact same day we won our appeal for testing. 🤔 CPS closed the case in less then a week and the worker said to me “Sounds like a communication issue with the school…” yeah… a communications issue where the school hates that we “communicate” until our child has her needs met! 🙄. It was still a drain on our family and a definite nonneed for CPS who is already spread thin!


I have had 2 charter schools to tell me that because of my daughter’s absences that she would have to go to summer school. I informed them that the only way she would have to do it as truancy is if i had no idea where she was and since ALL of her absences was because of either sickness or dr appts and with ALL of her absences she returns with notes from a doctor that NO its NOT considered truancy…
The 2nd charter school i convinced them to place in her IEP that regardless if she passes or fails that she would still be promoted to the next grade. They werent expecting me to use it against them when i still made dr appts for my daughter the weeks of testing. 🐻



And another post from this group:

So a teacher pulls my 9th grader aside and tells her she needs to take staar in spring to graduate. My daughter says it’s up to my mom and the teacher says that she heard I gave my Dtr an option and she not to take it. Then she tries to scare her telling her that her friends will leave her behind. I’m beyond pissed.


It appears that the Washington radical CSE bill, which has already passed the Senate, has now passed a House committee and will soon go for a full House vote.


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

This is the kind of thing that’s coming, folks. And this is why the big-data speculators (think billionaire’s hedge funds) want access to schoolchildren’s data: for predictive risk profiling and cost-offset behavioral script. Because schools don’t have the same privacy protections as independent medical and mental health providers, the big-data speculators are pushing to locate those types of services within schools, as wrap-around services. It’s not motivated by a sudden concern for children’s well-being – it’s a predatory data grab for behavior control.

And here is the post that she quoted:

“The Milwaukee Public Museum and the union that represents their employees have entered a pitched battle over the terms of their new contract, which includes a unusual provision that would require employees to have their private medical data tracked and financially penalize them for falling behind in a wellness program.


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

“We would like to explain something more about forced labour in the Netherlands and surrounding countries. If you are unemployed in the Netherlands and you don’t have any income or savings you can apply for social welfare. However, if you do so, you are subject to a system of strict government control and legal obligations. You have to do everything you can to find a paid job, and you have to accept any paid job that you can get or that is offered to you. Municipalities can also force you to participate in forced labour programs, in which you have to work for free. You only get your welfare benefits, which is no salary, and the minimum wage rules for people with paid jobs are violated. You are denied normal workers’ rights, like the right to strike. You are still subject to the repressive regime of the municipality for welfare receivers, which means that you have to give the government access to your private data like bank accounts, that you are subject to government checks concerning housing and living together, and so on. Also, if according to your case manager you don’t try hard enough to find a paid job, your benefits might be suspended for up to three months, or even cut indefinitely. If you refuse to participate in a forced labour program, you can also expect punishment. The only legal argument for not complying to do forced labour or accepting any kind of shitty job is if you can prove that you have a medical condition.”


And another post from her:

This post features videos from a selection of presentations I gave in Dallas and Tulsa a few weeks ago, but the real shocker is at the end – photos of the Debate Room at Old Parkland in Dallas. If you want to see where the shadow government is cutting deals, my bet is that a lot of it is going down in that room. Where Big Oil and Global Finance meets “Smart”Cities and Human Capital Investments.


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

This was written in 2011 by Parag Khanna, a senior research fellow at the New America. Khanna is a proponent of technocracy, but even his piece here signals the very dangerous trajectory of the New World Order.

New America has a strong presence in Tulsa, and is developing blockchain technology for social impact investing. It supports a militarized surveillance state, and the transformation of TU into a hub of aerospace, health, and cybersecurity innovation reflects that pattern.

George Kaiser and his social impact thugs are solidifying their death grip on education and representative government, beginning here in Tulsa, with the transformation of TU and TPS into weapons of tyrannical thought-leadership.

https://blogs.wsj.com/ideas-market/2011/01/24/davos-congress-of-the-new-middle-ages/?fbclid=IwAR2YzRaoS8rlGThylu3NP71nZSN4OORm7ZpU-DB8L-T0_OLLO41Swp8R6GQ


And another post from her:

And guess who controls all the DATA in Oklahoma’s public health and public education systems? The same organization that has controlling interests in private health insurance, in managing corporate and individual retirement accounts, in smart ulities and housing, and in Department of Defense cybersecurity contracts. Blockchain slavery, Oklahoma is running toward you with open arms.

And the post that she quoted:

Governor Stitt — MEDICAID now used to pay Education costs

What is your plan for Special Education’s unlimited future cost via Medicaid? In your State of the State speech you called for a stop to big government….. but MEDICAID EXPANSION IS BIG GOVERNMENT!

Special Education is already costing untold millions of dollars paid out through medicaid. There is NO limit to what it can cost in the future. Medicaid is being used to pay schools for the cost for health (and mental health) services including: speech, asthma, diabetes, physical, occupational and behavioral therapists.

Now mental health testing and services in K-12 pubic schools are being expanded and Governor you have apparently joined State Superintendent Hofmeister to support her implementation of this costly and dangerous new agenda.

Her plan involves the state identifying, labeling and giving a number rating to children believed to be “at risk” due to “Adverse Childhood Experiences”. ACEs are a very broad category which includes everything from violence to parental discord. (Just think about that for a minute.)

Hofmeister testified before a Congressional House Committee on Trauma and Gun Violence on Sept. 11, 2019. She said that “Oklahoma’s youngest children suffer more trauma than those in any other state.” She said “75% of our students suffer moderate or serious depression” (which is a category of mental illness). Whose definition was used to label 75% of Oklahoma’s children?

This entire agenda is a slippery slope and needs close examination for many reasons. Tapping Medicaid for Behavior therapy is a NEVER ending cost…. and worse than the cost is the danger of expanding K-12 into state controlled psychological evaluation and treatment centers. The collection of personal private data from students working online is also being increased under the plan, adding to the power of government over our lives. Good teachers and parents are fleeing the public schools and this BIG GOVERNMENT control of mental health will make things even worse. (The state can add this to the curriculum and testing for public Charter Schools as well.)

Without even factoring in the increased costs in Special Education Behavioral Services, MANY people, especially Republicans, already have concerns about Medicaid expansion by the state.

OCPA estimates 40 percent of the state population would become Medicaid eligible. I talked to a very knowledgeable insurance specialist who says this will KILL his private sector business, which can serve citizens better than the state. How does killing the private sector and expanding this government program decrease big government, which you say is a problem?

How much will our taxes increase to pay for this medicaid expansion? NO one knows but we all know state and federal government only runs with our hard earned tax dollars.

If the only goal is “efficiency” that can drive us into more centralized control. The consequences need careful scrutiny too by getting ALL the facts on the table. I am a special education teacher and know well from experience and education what the students’ needs are and BIG GOVERNMENT is NOT the answer!


And yet another post from her:

Almost all of these individuals and organizations have influenced the downward spiral of education here in Tulsa. Look at who is at the helm at TU – Levit, Clancy, and of course everything goes back to Kaiser. The Levits and many University of Tulsa Board members have pumped tons of money into Teach for America, and I wouldn’t be surprised at all if they tried to wreck TU’s education program on purpose. Clancy did the whole Harvard Institute thing, and Gates, Ballmer, Kaiser and Bloomberg are thick as thieves. Then there is Gist and the Broadies at TPS, joining arms with Impact Tulsa, part of the StriveTogether network. Once TU and TPS are welded into the P20 pipeline… I shudder to think. That’s why I’ve consistently argued that both of these institutions -TU and TPS – have to be defended together. Because once one falls, the plunderers won’t let the other one escape.


Here is a post that was shared by another friend of mine:

Arizona is the epicenter for testing ‘smart region’ schemes to bypass cities and the Constitution.


Watch out for the drag queens at West Virginia University: https://activistmommy.com/wvu-holds-drag-queen-storytime-event-organizer-says-inclusivity-is-the-purpose-of-higher-education/


Looks like Planned Parenthood and their allies are trying to sneak the radical sex ed into Fayette County, Georgia schools: https://activistmommy.com/fayette-county-georgia-families-prepare-to-fight-new-sex-ed-curriculum-supported-by-planned-parenthood-trojan-condoms/


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

Jacob Howland, professor of philosophy and religion at Tulsa University, speaks to the ways the humanities at his school are being dismantled and replaced with skills-based cyber-security training. If you want to see first hand how this shift in higher-education is creating an online, “just in time,” behaviorist rat race to see who can earn enough badges to win a short-term gig, give it a listen.

https://bcove.video/2OLc74r?fbclid=IwAR30BJO_DcZYewEwxU9ByAiL_d0FfHwCODmUbeYTKLBwb4H3FsztysguLnE

Background here:

https://www.thenation.com/article/archive/higher-education-corporate-takeover-kaiser-university-of-tulsa/

I think one thing we need to continue to reinforce is that the “jobs” backed by Lumina Foundation et al that will be forced upon people will be to build and defend a militarized surveillance state apparatus. Of course the surveillance state runs on data and energy and water. The energy piece is where the petroleum interests come in.


Here is a post from the Common Core Diva:

Warriors, maybe Medicaid funds in education don’t concern you. Maybe they do. They should, as Medicaid/care is the largest federal government entitlement we have. Has the CCSS Machine infiltrated Medicaid?! Absolutely! How will the President’s newest initiative help the CCSS Machine? Will the States be “punished” if they don’t comply? Indeed! I have it laid out for you.

https://www.commoncorediva.com/2020/02/06/what-connections/

TN is being punished in the new block grants. Because they didn’t expand Medicaid at the State level first. This initiative will be a manipulated tool to force States to expand..in others words Medicaid for all. It socialism from all sides.


Here is a post from the Utah anti-Common Core group:

There are THREE education bills that will increase state testing in K – 6th grade and will cost us millions.
One bill adds a math test at the beginning of the year, in the middle of the year, at the end of the year in kindergarten to 3rd grade. All the data goes to the state. https://le.utah.gov/~2020/bills/static/HB0114.html
Another bill adds a reading test at the beginning of the year, in the middle of the year, at the end of the year in 4th – 6th grade. All the data goes to the state. https://le.utah.gov/~2020/bills/static/SB0073.html
Another ties funding to the kindergarten KEEP test. All the data from the PEEP & the KEEP tests goes to the state, & this bill allows the data to go to the state even if the school is not participating in the grant program. https://le.utah.gov/~2020/bills/static/HB0099.html
Wanna know how much all this will cost?
$1,500,000 ongoing (meaning every single year)
+
$17,943,000 ongoing
+
$18,647,200 ongoing
+

$45,000 ongoing

$38+ MILLION ongoing funds
Yes, Utah, we have a spending problem & it’s always in education programs.
And that’s not even the amount that they want to eventually get. They want MILLIONS more to expand all of these programs (and make no mistake, they will expand it in the years to come…. it’s what they do).
These bills are not going to be easy to defeat because they are being driven by the State Office of Education as part of their strategic plan and they have been working with the Legislature Education Committees during the Interim.

Someone commented in the committee meeting that they want us to reduce the end-of-year testing, but keep adding these benchmark tests.
We can’t. Wanna know why? Because those end-of-year tests are required by the federal government. If you don’t want them. STOP TAKING FEDERAL FUNDS. It’s the only way. But in the meantime, STOP ADDING MORE STATE TESTING.

This is where it’s all coming from:

https://usbe.civicclerk.com/Web/GenFile.aspx?ad=1425


Here is a post that I found from someone on Facebook from Oklahoma:

More and more homeless….. coming to OKC?
Paid to come? Wake up leaders!! We are so rich here and have so much extra money from taxes that we need to keep expanding services? This is absolutely ridiculous.
Thanks to FOX 25 for covering this important issue!

https://okcfox.com/news/fox-25-investigates/word-is-spreading-is-oklahoma-the-place-to-be-if-youre-homeless?fbclid=IwAR3tCo-TEjpxrDohg8VamgW0v1bKEpr2drFQ6Fv_HBmPIO-eiKk_HaU6HJE


And some replies to this post:

back in the 90s the state ran mental hospitals dropped patients off in Tulsa with nowhere to go when they lost funding. I heard this many times never really believing buses came to Tulsa till I talked to a dr from Miami who said it is very true 😢


I think this is part of the strategy to relocate people from rural to urban areas as part of U.N. Agenda 21. The social engineers are stepping up their game. People need to keep a watchful eye on city planners.


Also….. and not removed from Agenda 21 supporters is the undermning of culture and growing government services by social engineers. Our taxes, our culture, opportunities for our children all changed due to this overload of burden.



And another post from her:

Last week in Tulsa I presented an overview of K-12 education in Oklahoma. The video I planned to post had portions with a child talking in the audience…. so it was too hard to hear. I will be working on a new video using portions of the Tulsa presentation and other updated information about the ACT now the state high school test, which has been changed to the Common Core national model for workforce categories. I will post that new video in the future. For now…. here is a 12 minute radio interview I did about Oklahoma’s 8-year plan for K-12, which is still relevant.

Oklahoma’s 8-year plan for K-12
More top-down control from the State through this plan.


And yet another post from her:

Tulsa….. beautiful city being transformed….

Woodie Guthrie ….. hero to socialists/ Marxist/ communists……
(famous message in song — Your Land Doesn’t Belong to You)

Guthrie is celebrated in Tulsa by a museum of his life and works and “greens” space named for him …. courtesy of George Kaiser changing the culture via social engineering

And the post that she quoted:

Nancy Pelosi -last night in protest, led with the song “This Land is Your Land”. I really liked that song in high school when we sang it in chorus. I only learned later that Woodie Guthrie, Oklahoman, said he wrote it to protest “God Bless America” by Kate Smith which was a top favorite nationwide at that time. Guthrie was an avowed Socialist/Communist. The song was meant to claim that land /property does not and can not belong to individuals. That is the history we didn’t know.


And some replies to this post:

Wow! Nice catch! So many things we go along with having no idea there true meaning! Deception is running rampant!


If you’ve ever read his biography, it would instantly bust your bubble about Guthrie. Another bubble that popped was to find out he was taken under the wing of Will Geer when Guthrie left for California. You know, Grandpa Walton on the famous TV series. They were peas in a pod. Ruined The Waltons for me.


I didn’t know Will Geer was a commie.


Senator Mc Carthy was right, thats why they destroyed him



Here is a post that I found from this user’s page:

Just what we are seeing in the beef industry. Same strategy being used on America’s food producers.


And some replies to this post:

we know the UN Sustainability goals are fueling this destructive top down control. We shall keep educating about what is happening!


yes we will! Take a look at the World Wildlife Fund’s 2050 goals for the commodities they deem UNSUSTAINABLE!

https://www.worldwildlife.org/publications/the-2050-criteria-guide-to-responsible-investment-in-agricultural-forest-and-seafood-commodities

We better all wake up. Kaiser and Gates have been at this centralized control game a long time. If they can continue to indoctrinate children ( Hitler’s Youth comes to mind) they can over throw us. They almost have control of our food production system. A nation must be able to feed her own people not reliant on other countries but they have incrementally and strategically removed that ability.


[name redacted] and her family have ranch land in Western Okla. She has years of experience with the UN, Global Corporate meat packers and others who want to control and shut down our traditional ranching, beef production and land ownership. [name redacted] can you link the interview you did with Western Journal a few years ago…



And another post from this user’a wall:

The current state school board member from Tulsa (one of 6 members all appointed by the Governor) is also the director of Impact Tulsa. Such a convenient positioning to get the Impact investors through the process to make $$$$$$. Here is to hoping many more eyes are opening as we continue to lay out the facts. Love you and appreciate you!! https://sde.ok.gov/about/carlisha-bradley


Here is a post from the Strident Conservative:


Here is a post from a New York anti-radical sex ed group:

URGENT ACTION NEEDED!

NYS currently has a bill in committee to mandate teaching Comprehensive Sexuality Education aligned to the new National Education Sexuality Standards. There are approximately 70 sponsors and co-sponsors between the assembly and senate companion bill. We need to educate our legislators on what CSE is and why it does not belong in our schools.

Comprehensive Sexuality Education is a graphic and age inappropriate form of sex ed. It is a k-12 program, embedded in curriculum throughout the year, with no real opt out provisions. The Common Core State Standards for ELA and math served as a model for the National Sexuality Education Standards. Three organizations-Advocates for Youth, Answer, and Sexuality Information and Education Council of the U.S. (SIECUS)-collaborated on the Future of Sex Education Initiative (FoSE) to write and promote the NSES as a way to structure comprehensive sexuality education courses throughout the country. These are new standards, written around 2012, with much controversy in states that have already adopted. SIECUS was formed by Mary Calderone, a Planned Parenthood medical director, and birthed from the Kinsey Institute. (Read up on Kinsey and his experimentation with children). SIECUS believes the Common Core State Standards illustrates a way to enact systemic ed reform in sex education throughout the country.


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

MIT really wants to analyze ALL our social relations. We’re not supposed to worry about it. That’s why everything has to be run through digital interfaces – education, healthcare, therapy. Whose interests are going to come first? The military/police state and global finance. To think otherwise is incredibly naive. https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/honest-signals


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:
You know why I could really care less about our NPR station unionizing? Because really this is what “public television” is about. It’s about gamified behavioral conditioning. In this case to encourage pre-k children to play out their cop fantasies through customizable digital avatars and earn “rewards.” This is PBS Kids. Gross, gross, gross, gross. Don’t give them your money.

was the avatar program you mentioned during my talk a PBS Kids one?
https://pbskids.org/oddsquad/agents/createagent/

And some replies to this post:
I’m not sure, but it definitely fit the model that Heckman mentioned in the interview that you blogged about. Building a character, unlocking a privilege. To a tee.
These people are ruthless sociopaths who have conditioned a generation of sheep.

Hexagon backdrop

Thought of you when I noticed that.

did you watch any of the golden globes? Hexagon backdrop there too. Gave e the heebie jeebies!!

I think it’s a Freemason symbol.
https://imperiumadinfinitum.wordpress.com/2017/06/07/the-meaning-of-the-hexagon/
https://freemasonsfordummies.blogspot.com/2016/10/euclid-freemasonry-and-philosophical.html
I think the hexagram represents 666 (which is associated with the evil government of the Beast of the end times in the Bible.)
There is a move to go to cashless currencies afoot. Ripple and others are at it. Interestingly, the prophecy about the mark of the beast (though it also mentions a name too as it says “name or number”) and it says that nobody would be able to buy or sell without this mark thing. If someone were to create a global cashless blockchain currency that was injected, they could easily make such a scenario a reality.
The Lucius Trust has huge ties to the United Nations: http://www.freemasonrywatch.org/lucistrust.html
https://www.commoncorediva.com/2014/09/24/would-you-believe-it-evil-hath-no-place-in-education/

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/hexagons-hive-mind-booming-buzzing-confusion-lynn-davenport/
And here is a post from the author at the end of the article:
Their approach to school transformation, 27 Personalized Learning Elements, is fondly known as the honeycomb. Originally, proficiency-based learning was just one of 27 elements of personalized learning. Now it is one of the three core elements along with learner profiles and customized learning paths.
The Personalized Learning Honeycomb
Starting with 27 elements is a lot to make sense of, but IPL has organized it with four levels that you can use to get your head wrapped around it:
https://www.competencyworks.org/case-study/buzzing-toward-personalized-learning-in-wisconsin/
https://youtu.be/YjHGP6oKhik

Doesn’t mean that we both cannot be correct.

think you are correct. I didn’t write about the scripture stuff but follow it and believe it. Also have you seen this?
https://youtu.be/Yovr_oJTBAw


And another post from her:
Human capital investment equations are grounded in the premise that through psychological manipulation and coercion, digital technologies will produce behavior change “results” on data dashboards. That predictive behavior change is what hedge funds will be gambling on.
The masses will be forced into transhumanism (melding consciousness and actions with computing systems) in service of global investment deals. Algorithmically-determined media consumption will be a key driver in this – to “change” people’s world views to an “acceptable” framework based on the interests of the transnational global capitalist class.
Knowing this we can understand the DARPA Narrative Networks program not simply as a form of digital mind control, but as a necessary precursor to global digital incarceration. That ASU’s Google-funded Center for the Future of War would make “weaponized narrative” one of their three top focus areas is telling.
Those who control the narrative and the media delivery systems control the game board. Everyone needs to get up to speed on behavioral economics, impact investing, wearable technologies, IoT, and smart policing. When you consume media, do it with a full awareness of this larger program. Please.

And yet another post from her:
Tulsa is the second largest city in Oklahoma. Over the past year it has experienced significant disruption with the restructuring of Tulsa University, K12 school closures and elimination of critical education services. In addition it is a “what works” city that is being subjected to “smart” interventions with the backing of powerful local philanthropists working in coordination with Michael Bloomberg. Last week we came together to share information, and I gave two presentations. This is a recording of my second talk paired with slides. I added to the slide deck for this video, but the original can be accessed here:
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Q0asA6aKjp8Hn–0nCr6MstpTor8oY6GCd7sA6dWJcI/edit?usp=sharing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGbu-qI6X7g

And yet another post from her:
Digital identity will catalyze an automated “faith-based” free-market economic system where the masses will be compelled to prove their worthiness through digital compliance to global power. Sounds pretty awful doesn’t it? Please get a handle on what is happening. Let’s not do this. We must organize towards collective liberation. We must learn from the experience of Black, Indigenous, Palestinian, Uighur, and other resisters. No more time to look the other way.

And yet another post from her:
Wow, so we are all pawns of the Trilateral Commission I guess. I didn’t realize David Gergen was part of it, too. This is from last March.
http://blog.newprofit.org/amplify/new-profit-welcomes-three-new-board-members?fbclid=IwAR3LxSaba9RS0ylKBF4UW1hDhtDIjZDmhYbXDxnxDVtc-hb5omLBaFjjd0U
I’m feeling like Gergen, an NC native, is at the center of a lot of what is happening there.

Here is a post from another friend of mine:
Should Colorado catch up to making preschoolers human capital? No.
https://chalkbeat.org/posts/co/2020/01/30/in-the-pursuit-of-universal-preschool-can-colorado-catch-up-to-oklahoma/?fbclid=IwAR0oDqam4kubNecshlKVgKhom5tYQoGzPItsO7DDY1R1c24b6vZ3laFEo1M

And another post from her:
Haley Barbour, Board Chair and General Public Representative: Barbour was governor of Mississippi from 2004 to 2012, where he focused on education reform and improving student outcomes. Previously, Barbour had served in the White House under President Ronald Reagan and as chairman of the Republican Governors Association from 2009 to 2011. Barbour returned to BGR Group—the government affairs firm he founded—after leaving the governor’s office. His term as chair of the board will start immediately and end on Sept. 30, 2020.
Christine Cunningham, Curriculum Specialist: Cunningham is a professor of education and engineering at the College of Education at The Pennsylvania State University and founder of the Engineering is Elementary Program at the Museum of Science in Boston. She won the Harold W. McGraw, Jr. Prize in Education in 2017 for pioneering curriculum that introduces engineering concepts and practices at the elementary level.
Patrick Kelly, Twelfth-Grade Teacher: Patrick Kelly works in a hybrid role teaching AP U.S. Government and Politics and serving as coordinator of professional learning for Richland School District 2 outside of Columbia, S.C. Kelly is certified by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards and was a finalist for the South Carolina State Teacher of the Year award in 2014. He has also served as a teaching ambassador fellow and lead classroom teaching ambassador fellow for the U.S. Department of Education. NAEP
https://www.ed.gov/news/press-releases/us-secretary-education-betsy-devos-appoints-three-new-members-chair-board-overseeing-nations-report-card?fbclid=IwAR0nHngBvEkSIU8wppaqGTmS-uOAYIcbhPtCwvwMCIJ1quKc7OH-hYQ6BvM

And some replies to this post:
Has the NAEP been aligned to CCSS?

Yes

☹️ so what’s the point then? Do you know when it happened?

https://fordhaminstitute.org/national/commentary/common-cores-alignment-2015-naep-math-assessment
NAEP also measures SEL
http://engagingschools.org/naep-to-assess-noncognitive-skills-starts-2017/


And a post from another friend of mine:
The next time you hear someone argue for Medicaid expansion, consider that many of its supporters are in it for the
integrated data, here linked to
population control
(but only based on your risk profile, of course!)
Check out the companies that service electronic medical records in Oklahoma. MyHealthAccess, Asemio, etc. Then consider these statements from the linked article. Chilling.
“Health information managers, informaticists, and data scientists – many of whom are starting to find their way into the C-suite themselves – are also a key component of the population health dream team.
These data governance experts can break down barriers that prevent providers from using EHR data, claims data, demographic and socioeconomic data, and information from other providers for patient care improvements.

For organizations that are ready to take the next steps, the options are nearly limitless. Health IT vendors have been quick to identify population health management as a lucrative opportunity to hawk their wares, and many developers are offering risk stratification and clinical decision support tools driven by cutting-edge natural language processing, semantic computing and data lake technology.
These advanced technologies can finely segment populations for optimal monitoring, conduct predictive analytics, prompt providers to take preemptive action, and make it simpler to exchange information and coordinate care.”
https://healthitanalytics.com/features/amp/how-to-get-started-with-a-population-health-management-program?fbclid=IwAR29_hHKFSgCRug7s7k6JDESGWPGKI83y1h8JFkAzXbvUFubH9bTa3zdkTU

Here is a post from a Washington anti-radical sex ed group:
Here’s what happened when an IPoW delegate went to testify against school health clinics in Olympia:
https://mynorthwest.com/1690031/dori-school-health-centers-leg/

And another post from this page:
‼️New Bill Alert‼️
SB 6563 would allow any school to enter into an agreement with any health care provider to put a clinic on their campus. This is the 3rd such bill entered this year.
Why these are bad:
1) Eliminates parents from child/doctor relationship.
2) In WA, at 13 children are given access to services such as STI treatment, birth control, mental health and gender services all without parental consent or knowledge.
3) In WA, parents insurance may be billed for services their kids receive but they have no right to know what their child was seen for.
4) Puts schools and clinics in position of trust over parents.
5) Helps to allow/encourage kids to keep secrets from their parents
6) Too vague: What types of clinics will be allowed? How will clinic staff be vetted? Will chaperones be provided/required?
Yes, there are bad parents out there, but sometimes kids just don’t want their parents to know because they don’t want to hear “No” or listen to their parents guidance. This bill and others like it treat every parent like an enemy rather than an ally when it comes to their kids mental, physical and sexual health. 13 years old is too young to be give complete autonomy over their health. Science tells us their brains are not developed enough to make adult decisions and won’t be until they are 25. The state needs to work towards including parents in the continuing development of their children, not cuttin them out once they reach one of the most vulnerable, influential and tumultuous stages in their lives.
https://app.leg.wa.gov/DistrictFinder/
Legislative Hotline Operators: 1-800-562-6000
https://app.leg.wa.gov/billsummary?BillNumber=6563&Year=2019&Initiative=False

And some replies to this post:
They already do a lot of these with 13 yr olds. I was not happy at all after living in AZ then moving to WA & my 13 yr old would have to give me permission as a parent to know anything going on in her dr. Appts. 13 is way too young to make medical decisions like birth control that can screw up a woman’s body, they don’t understand all the risks with things.

Planned Parenthood’s alternative to diminishing abortion clinics is “health care clinics” in schools and in public community locations. The Sex Ed Program in schools was initially proposed by WA State Senator Claire Wilson (D) who supports Planned Parenthood and LGBTQ. Senator Patty Kuderer is one of co-sponsors. Unless parents and public consistently contact legislators adamantly opposing evil legislation, WA State will become even darker.Join Informed Parents of WA and other local organizations, church groups in our battle for our traditional values and constitutional rights. Keep informed. Pray.

There’s more to this than meets the eye. Very serious. Allowing schools to “lease” their property & enter into agreements w/ 3rd party medical providers for health clinics at the school is their attempt to work around FERPA. The patient/provider confidentiality for minors has exemptions at schools that allow parents the right to know medical information that they would not have access to at hospitals/clinics outside of school- such as illegal substance abuse, certain mental health, etc. By doing it this way- the school clinics will basically be their own entity & not subject to those school exemptions.

And yet another post from this page:
Bingo with words like ejaculation, erection, and labia, for students as young as 9 in the FLASH curriculum, grades 4-6. Students are encouraged to keep a glossary at the beginning of the unit and look up the words as they’re learned. Internet searches show Wikipedia in the top two searches, where children will find photographs, not drawings, of each word


And some replies to this post:

My understanding is that the parents of children in CA public schools are about to lose the authority to opt out of certain sections of the personal health/sex ed courses. The article said they were not gojng to be notified when more graphic material will be presented.


California parents are currently unable to opt their children out of lessons on gender identity. It’s framed as an anti-bullying lesson and mandated on that basis.



And another post from this page:

Spokane Families: Did you know your district was already using a work group to update its Sex Ed program?

https://www.krem.com/mobile/article/news/education/spssexed/293-849df954-61cc-4a97-8b6f-333f4a231156


And yet another post from this page:

This is the declaration agreed upon by ETR, creator of popular CSE curriculums, at this years World Congress of Sexual Health:

“The participants of the 24th World Congress of the World Association for Sexual Health:

URGE all governments, international intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations, academic institutions, health and education authorities, the media, private sector actors, and society at large, and particularly, all member organizations of the World Association for Sexual Health to:

Promote sexual pleasure in law and policy as a fundamental part of sexual health and well-being, grounded in the principles of sexual rights as human rights, including self-determination, non-discrimination, privacy, bodily integrity, and equality;
Ensure that comprehensive sexuality education addresses sexual pleasure in an inclusive, evidence-informed and rights-based manner tailored to people’s diverse capacities and needs across the life span, in order to allow experiences of informed, self-determined, respectful, and safe sexual pleasure;”

They’re not trying to sexualize our kids though


And another post from this page:

We are not the only state fighting this. We are not even the only country. This is a global effort to sexualize children around the world. Read about Ghana’s fight to eject CSE.

“These CSE programs have an almost obsessive focus on sexual pleasure, instructing children and youth at the earliest ages on how to obtain sexual pleasure in a variety of ways. Some programs even encourage sexual exploration for children as young as age five. Planned Parenthood, one of the largest purveyors of sexuality education in the United States, explains on their website that sexuality education addresses “values exploration,” “safer sex,” “sexual attitudes and values,” “sexual orientation,” and “sexual pleasure.”

https://www.modernghana.com/news/958304/understanding-the-outcry-against-comprehensive.html


And yet another post from this page:
In the FLASH curriculum a step-by-step description of an orgasm is read to a co-ed classroom of 14-year-olds.


Here is a post from Lynn Davenport:

I filed a public information request at the Texas Education Agency to see what this $48,000 invoice was all about with Commit. They said my request was “unclear” or “overbroad” (that’s not a word is it?). I told them to check again under the letter T.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/data-mining-data-race-gold-texas-lynn-davenport

What is Commit in five sentences???

Commit promotes data-driven decisions and champions a test-and-punish culture using high-stakes testing (STAAR) with merit pay (TEI) and their staffing model (ACE). Through data sharing agreements with ISDs, they collect baseline data for a “collective impact” model under StriveTogether in Cincinnati where investors gamble on the futures of kids and their “outcomes” in a social innovation/pay for success scheme. They have expanded their reach beyond DISD elections into influencing legislation (HB1842, SB1882, HB3), various ISD superintendent hires like DeSoto and Midland, as well as the appointment of the TEA commissioner. They have also partnered with TEA, Microsoft, StriveTogether and DataKind for a project that involves machine learning and predictive analytics after gaining access to 16,000 million academic assessment records matched longitudinally for students in 3rd to 8th grade. The office is conveniently located across the street from the Old Parkland business enclave where tenants like Commit founder, Todd Williams (Williams Family Foundation) have executive suites.


And another post from her:

I have long suspected districts are using minority children by keeping them in English Language Learner (ELL) services longer than necessary or even when not necessary at all. It is interesting to hear Michelle Malkin talk about her experience as a minority and native English speaker. She was placed in Limited English Proficiency (LEP) services despite her perfect English and her parents demanded she be removed. It took three months to get her out.

Schools receive more money for kids who don’t speak English. In other districts, they keep Spanish-speaking children taking the Spanish STAAR far longer than necessary, which hinders the kids when they enter middle school.

It is also fascinating to hear Malkin talk about her experience with crap math at a private school and how they came after her.

What’s the solution to education woes? Grassroots moms and dads raising a stink. She said, “Follow the money, find the truth.”

Amen.


And yet another post from her:

You can’t make this stuff up. Former Waco ISD superintendent Dr. Marcus Nelson was arrested while coming back from a work trip to Houston. He was given a misdemeanor for driving under the influence and in possession of pot.

Mike Morath is trying to get the city of Marlin take over Marlin ISD. The only applicant to apply to consult the city through the takeover was Dr. Nelson, the one who got fired from Waco ISD over the pot incident.

Now Mayor Carolyn Lofton says God put him in their path for a reason. What??? The TEA put him there. Where else is he gonna go?

Marlin: Nelson accepts flat fee to consult on education options:

https://www.kwtx.com/content/news/Marlin–Nelson-takes-flat-fee-to-consult-city-over-education-options-566995821.html

“Lofton says Nelson was the only applicant who applied to consult the city through the process.

“With the expertise of Dr. Nelson, we have an opportunity to build something better than what we have,” said Nelson.

His hiring is controversial as he resigned from Waco ISD last year over a misdemeanor drug arrest.

“I think everything God does is purposeful, so I think he put him in our path for a reason, we may not see it right now, but down the road, we’ll see what God was trying to do,” said Lofton. “I feel like he’s blessed us by coming here.”


And yet another post from her:

Representative Matt Shaheen and I agree that STAAR does not measure learning and should be replaced. I went to the Public School Finance [window-dressing] Commission in 2018 and told them to get rid of the invalid assessment BUT…not by replacing it with computer adaptive assessments. https://youtu.be/Hm8VVmxoQtw

Is that what Shaheen is proposing?

He wrote in his editorial in DMN:

“We think student testing would yield more accurate assessments by adapting test content to each student’s knowledge level. By moving to an adaptive form of assessment, we can accurately measure grade level, college readiness, proficiency levels and growth. The STAAR fails miserably in these areas and clearly needs to be replaced.”

The problem with computer adaptive assessments is the embedded algorithms and predictive analytics used to create a constant flow of data on children. That data and metadata can be used to benefit venture capitalists who get a return on the academic and emotional “growth” of the child. The proposed replacement of the invalid STAAR test could bring in something far worse by increasing screen time, surveillance capitalism, and data collection.

Ask a bunch of questions.

https://www.dallasnews.com/opinion/commentary/2020/01/15/as-a-texas-legislator-im-determined-to-get-rid-of-the-staar-test/?fbclid=IwAR07z0K9p5GTJp260KhWjjJ5IBhithkPXUYZOqnGGdzD7_M5YbCu5qb7WVA


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

This is happening in Tulsa. Smart City, TIFs, the Dumbing Down of our Schools, Learning Ecosystems, Blockchain Credentials for School Children, Mass Production of Surveillance Drones, Regulation of Midwives and Doulas so they can make sure EVERY child has a digital tag, the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s Transportation Plan, and celebrating Tulsa as a Top City for Vegans.


Here is a post that was shared in a South Carolina anti-Common Core group:

ALERT!!! The data warehouse bill has been scheduled for a special subcommittee in the Senate next week.
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WHAT IT DOES: This bill would create a massive data collecting system to track children from preschool through the workforce (and possibly beyond). The goal? To help meet the needs of the state’s economy and to improve the workforce delivery system.
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WHEN/WHERE: Interestingly, this bill was not assigned to the Senate Education Committee, but rather to the Labor, Commerce and Industry Committee, where a special subcommittee has been created just to consider this bill.
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  • Date: Feb. 5 (next Wednesday)
  • Time: 10:00 am
  • Location: Room 209 of the Gressette Building
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    THIS MEETING IS NOT SCHEDULED TO BE STREAMED OR RECORDED.

The data warehouse was originally created a couple of years ago by state law, so it already exists – this particular bill would just give it structure and parameters for usage.
In fact, the Senate education bill references the data warehouse directly in Section 37, where it requires the Dept of Ed to give colleges and universities with teacher preparation programs data on their teacher graduates. That data would include “student learning objective data aggregated by classroom, content, or grade; school; district; and learner demographic.”


It would seem that EL Rothschild is a supporter of this “Inclusive Capitalism” as are our friends at the Ford Foundation and WeWork: https://www.inc-cap.com/about/

Yes that is correct, this is the same WeWork that got the $9,500,000,000 bailout from Softbank: https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2019/10/23/wework-snags-billion-bailout-softbank-staving-off-bankruptcy/

And I think that this one is another “Inclusive Capitalism” site: https://www.epic-value.com/

Interesting that JP Morgan Chase & Co was on that one. JP Morgan also had a role in the WeWork mess:

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-08-06/jpmorgan-s-wework-ipo-pursuit-many-years-and-loans-in-the-making

I found this too: https://en-us.fievent.com/e/teaching-with-the-sustainable-development-goals-sdgs/22827401?force_subdomain=true


Here is a post from the Minnesota anti-Common Core group:

Great Start is Back!

A happy Saturday evening to all! The first of the legislative bills were dropped yesterday, Jan 31st. One of the first bills out of the gate is a clone of HF 1 Great Start for All Minnesota Children Act. HF 1 is a bill from last year which focused on numerous areas of early childhood. This bill is sadly government at it’s worst as government funds itself into a greater bureaucracy.

This bill advances $30M in home visits, prenatal to 3 years and with health equitable outcomes as well as a definition for health equal outcomes.

A significant $260.7M (not counting base funding of $70M) early learning money which includes the birth initiative. Last year funding extended up to the wealthy income level.

A sizeable allocation of $3.4M for the Parent Aware push.

$2.7M for a new Kindergarten Readiness Assessment to be given in pre-school.

Lastly, millions in funding for First Children’s Finance, the Minnesota Initiative Foundations and more. These groups are to help fund new construction, curriculum, etc. for childcare around the state while dictating that the childcare can only be connected to Parent Aware. As you’ve seen the articles, the government program, Parent Aware, is a sham.


Here is a post from a friend fo mine

See the comments below for more on Epic.


And another post from her:

This map shows the opportunities for data-sharing in the Community Schools model. You will notice many of Tulsa’s vulture philanthropists on this map.

https://littlesis.org/maps/4527-student-data-sharing-community-schools-elt?fbclid=IwAR0VFADTEpS6JxofeqUiSEXWX-UGqR22nu_Nbe1_XuUC75zWze59uoB-RzU


And some replies to this post:

do you have Community in Schools in Tulsa? We do-and they’re being pushed like crazy.


yes. And one is using block chain credentials!
https://www.unionps.org/index.php?pageID=426296_3


hmm I think we are not talking about the same thing. Communities in Schools (CIS) is a group that puts volunteer mentors into schools.


oh oops – I keep mixing these two up today! Yes, we have CIS too! These are in CAP-Tulsa Promise neighborhoods, with housing, home visits, and the rest. I think they are expanding.


I know they are looking to secure impact funding. They literally advertise in our shopping malls for “mentors”.


the housing is smart housing, I was told.

So twisted! Everything is about setting up these crony networks of entanglement. They’re doing that at the University here too- it’s like predatory grooming. Same thing with “Leadership” programs.


we have a housing development that partnered with Amazon where Alexa is wired into the walls throughout the house. 😳😳😳


NO WAY!!!😨😨😨


yep. It’s called “The Amazon Experience” 😂😂😂



And yet another post from her:

“Data-driven” is Aspen-speak for surveillance capitalism. The hedge funds and billionaires are setting up human capital futures markets that will allow investors to move capital in the “Fourth Revolution” economy, an economy of gig workers, surveillance via Smart Cities, “nudges”, impact programs, and social credit scoring. Our Mayor is helping to implement U.N. Agenda 21 here in Tulsa, and Leadership gatherings like this one expedite the process.
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And the post she quoted:

Mayor GT Bynum
Yesterday at 1:07 PM

Quite a week for Tulsa on the global stage! Incredibly honored to be keynote speaker at the British government’s National Leadership Conference. The chance to address 400 of the nation’s top government officials on Tulsa’s experience in using data to bring people together and solve some of our greatest challenges was a reminder of how far we’ve come in making our city a global leader. Cabinet Minister Oliver Dowden told me the British government hopes to learn a lot from Tulsa as they pursue a data-driven agenda in the UK. And the brilliant Dr. Sabrina Cohen-Hatton – one of the world’s leaders in fire prevention strategies – is telling others they need to look to Tulsa when it comes to using data. The best part of all of this, for me, was the knowledge that we are only getting started.


And some replies to this post:

Wow. He’s certainly making the rounds isn’t he?


“look to Tulsa when it comes to using data”


All of the SIB stuff comes out of the UK – Sir Ronald Cohen. This is really terrible.


His friend there is a Cohen – probably just a coincidence, though.😁


“we are only getting started….” ominous


his wife works for Kaiser’s personal attorney, who’s New America through and through. And who (Dorwart) was working on foster care reform!!

Hunger Games.


How can we opt out?!


I know, right!!! Check out Rosa Koire’s blog Democrats Against Agenda 21. She’s got some great stuff there.
https://www.democratsagainstunagenda21.com/



And another post from her:

This is the customary “public input” request that will allow the City Council to claim that it considered our opinions. The Tulsa Regional Chamber has already developed a Transportation Plan that includes autonomous vehicles, geospatial tracking systems for every car, and parking shortages designed to persuade us to give up cars.

Some of these things might be desirable, sure. But the ends don’t justify the means – especially the means that are designed to conceal the circumvention of democratic processes. There’s no use giving them your data in the survey. The plan has been fixed for a long time. This is U.N. Agenda 21, designed to cram people into small spaces where we can be tracked and controlled. By drones and robots that TU designs and that are mass-produced by McLain high school students who were deprived of a real education and instead funneled into a manufacturing class.

And the post that she quoted:

Tulsa City Council
Yesterday at 3:02 PM

Tulsans, your input is needed and it only takes 5 minutes!

The City of Tulsa is launching a Mobility Innovation Strategy project and needs your help identifying the biggest challenges in day to day travel. Please take 5 minutes to answer the survey questions. In addition to understanding transportation challenges, questions are intended to improve our understanding of Tulsan’s travel preferences, priorities and attitudes to new forms of mobility such as bikeshare and autonomous vehicles. Your anonymous answers will be used to inform potential pilot projects and strategies to improve transportation for all Tulsans.

Take the survey here: https://www.cityoftulsa.org/MobilityPlan

This map shows the plan for U.S. Mega Regions, which are to be connected through high speed rail in order to accomplish the goals of U.N. Agenda 21.

http://www.america2050.org/content/megaregions.html#more


Here is a post from the Florida anti-iReady group:

Just found this on the district Osceola web site.
This survey will be administered to children in in this district during the month of February. Did anyone get a letter sent home? Are they asking for consent?

Panorama is an SEL data mining company along with Kognito.

Wondering what other districts are doing this.


And here are some replies to this post:

How will surveys be confidential if students log onto computer with their ID number


Why dont they give the survey to parents to also fill out? They are relentlessly collecting info from minors 👎. There was a similar survey that filtered through our previous sch in New England and they asked questions like- how many TVs are in your house? How many hours do you watch tv?… I was the one of the few that opted out my kid out.
I would opt my kid out this survey too.🤐


IRC did it. Our handbook said they had to ask permission before any surveys, so a bunch of us told them our children would not be doing it. They then sent a permission slip home. I don’t know what kind of response they got, but they definitely tried to sneak it by. They’ve been doing it since last spring.

https://www.panoramaed.com/social-emotional-learning-sel


and our “permission form” was a opt out, not opt in. The letter was sent home via students, not mail, so you can imagine how many high school and middle school students actually gave it to their parents.
The letters came home after the survey for high school and middle schoolers that stated you can have their data removed if it was already taken.



And another post from this group:

For those who have opted out of AR testing, what do schools typically provide as an alternative?

My son is in 5th grade- reading at an 8th grade level. Yesterday he got a poor score on a very long book (his first poor score!) that he dedicated 2 weeks of time to. Now he hasn’t reached his “goal” and has to spend their once a week recess reading indoors, and also cannot participate in “fun Friday”.


Is he at a public or charter? If public then they can NOT take away recess!


he is at a Charter


charters often do their own thing. They can take away or refuse all recess with no consequences. Public schools have mandatory recess.


THIS IS NOT how one creates lifelong learners and I would suggest attending a SAC meeting or request a conference with teacher first, curriculum specialist next.



Here is a post from a Nevada anti-Common Core group:

Until MyNews4 broke this story Washoe County School District forced kids to use Kahoot. WCSD students, starting in kindergarten, are still forced to use apps similar to Kahoot. The day before Caleb’s suicide he took a “test” on Kahoot, while at school, titled: “Should I kill myself?” Afterwards WCSD said: “We weren’t comfortable with all of their [Kahoot’s] data security and data privacy terms.” It appears they were “comfortable” with the content of Kahoot?

During the last legislative session WCSD was the only one in the state to oppose one of Protect Nevada Children’s bills, SB403, which would have allowed parents to opt their children out of apps like Kahoot. They were able to gut our bill. Trustee Ellen Minetto is the only current WCSD board member who seems concerned about all of this.

https://mynews4.com/news/local/reno-mom-says-app-used-in-school-contributed-to-her-sons-suicide


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

Here is a catalog of articles on the Eds and Meds strategy for using universities and hospitals to “transform” and “reimagine” life as we know it! I encourage you to look over these in order to understand how universities will be engines of globalization and population control.

The chaos at Tulsa has to do with a bunch of billionaires who are working to implement U.N. Agenda 21/30 under the radar. Sound like an unbelievable conspiracy theory? I would have thought so as well had I not been able to trace dozens of key local people and organizations, particularly the Chamber of Commerce, to the UN SDGs. The oil industry has given rise to massive fortunes in Oklahoma, and as we have a relatively low population and a general reluctance to fund public services with tax dollars, we’re an ideal location for this secretive and whole-scale remaking of our community. Moreover, TU’s new Interim President, Janet Levit, has argued for this “Bottom-up International Lawmaking” strategy in law review articles. TU’s former President Clancy was on the Anchor Institution Task Force at Penn. Tulsa is a TechHire and Cities of Service Smart City, and Michael Bloomberg is a frequent visitor. The University of Tulsa is being weaponized to be a hub of neoliberal social engineering, complete with surveillance drone development, trauma and brain studies, and a cybersecurity collaboration with a team of former NSA and IDF directors.

https://community-wealth.org/content/anchor-institutions-0?fbclid=IwAR36pTZZtLPGzPSC4i2bhJtmssQM59_5YVqo27uv9XV00uZOfeiZpYi4UIg

Here is a special issue of the Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement that contains several articles about Anchor Institutions, U.N. SDGs, and (as an added bonus!) contains a piece by an administrator at Tulsa Community College.


And some replies to this post:

what do you mean by population control?


policies that are designed specifically to reduce the replacement rate. Our public schools are participating in programs rub by Zero Population Growth (under a new name that I’d have to look up), major funding for a social impact program entitled UpStream, run by Bloomberg and Kaiser through Blue Meridian partners (that targets minorities specifically), and public health insurance policies that require that “population health” be incorporated into all areas of healthcare. Kaiser cites Malthus in interviews, and I think he’s an old school social engineer, of the Herbert Croly type.


To be clear I follow: you’re referring to higher ed as one way to reduce childbirth rates in general, and in part targeting minorities?


yes, and in particular through a community engagement strategy that uses students and faculty to conduct impact pilot studies and administer impact interventions in nearby neighborhoods.

Some of the studies conducted by university faculty or students might touch directly on reproduction-related issues, but they don’t have to in order to contribute to the population mgmt goal. Early-childhood impact interventions that collect personal data contribute to predictive profiling that may lead health practitioners to encourage members of one group to exercise greater reproduction restraint than others. This link suggests how that might work.
(And just as an aside, I’m not someone who is categorically opposed to birth control – but I think that’s a private matter and that we ought to stay out of the business of using statistics or anything else to tell women that they should or should not have a child.)

Oops here’s the link

https://healthitanalytics.com/features/amp/how-to-get-started-with-a-population-health-management-program



Here is a post from the Massachusetts anti-radical sex ed group:

🔥🔥WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT🔥🔥

Advocates for Youth, an ally of Planned Parenthood and a proponent of explicit Comprehensive Sexuality Education, promotes the Netflix show, Sex Education, to teens. Their curriculum, Rights, Respect, and Responsibility (3Rs) is currently being taught in the Mansfield School District. Look in the files section for a harm analysis document detailing the content of the curriculum. Of 15 possible harmful elements the 3Rs scores 15!

The author of the article below is biased in favor of the show, and outlines various scenes in graphic detail. Look in the comments section, where I will also post screen shots from the AfY FB page, featuring the characters of the show. I also grabbed a photo from the AfY FB page that shows teens who have had abortions and promotes their “Abortion Out Loud” teen campaign.

AfY is sexualizing, victimizing, and exploiting teens. Is AfY in your child’s school? Is their 3Rs curriculum being taught in your school district? Find out and post about it here.

“Everyone at Moordale Secondary, a proper British upper school that’s the setting for Sex Education, is either thinking about shagging, about to shag, or shagging right now.”

“There’s the young woman in her first lesbian relationship who is terrified of her girlfriend’s vagina; the girl who thinks masturbation may make her clitoris fall off but does it every day anyhow; and the boy who seems to be at the center of an outbreak of pubic lice.”

“An early scene shows Adam having vigorous sex with his girlfriend, Aimee.”

“Adam has a well-deserved reputation for having a huge penis—and internal pressure to be really good at sex.”

“Otis’ first formal sex therapy client is a popular girl who threw up all over her boyfriend’s penis during a blow job and now gags every time she tries to go down.”

“Otis knows about not feeling normal. He is struggling with the fact that he can’t masturbate. He knows he should and goes as far as to pretend he has by leaving porno magazines and used tissues on his bed for his mom to find. He just can’t bring himself to touch himself, and he’s horrified when he has a wet dream about Maeve.”

One of the characters, Maeve has an abortion… “And she meets a loud older woman who is having a second (or possibly third) abortion and tells Maeve it will be OK. She says: “I have three kids, and I feel way more guilty about the ones that I had than the ones I chose not to.”

“The adult with the most screen-time is Otis’s sex therapist mom Jean, played by X-Files alum Gillian Anderson, sporting white hair and a British accent. Her house is filled with sex-related art, her home office comes complete with a file cabinet of dildos, and she hosts vagina workshops. She also sleeps with a new guy every night, spies on her son in an intrusive manner, and shares details of his sex life with her clients.”


And another post from this group:

‼️‼️🌟🌟 WAY TO GO LUDLOW PARENTS AND TEACHERS 🌟🌟‼️‼️

I am SO proud of the courageous parents and teachers in Ludlow who showed up to their local school district meeting this past week to voice their concern and outrage at some of the sexual, violent, and otherwise inappropriate content found in books that are in the school library. As a result, the school policy of keeping a contested book on the shelves while it is being reviewed by a committee was changed. Any book with objectionable content that has been brought forward by a parent or a teacher will now be removed pending a review by a committee. This is a win!

MIP member [name redacted] did an excellent job highlighting several books and having photocopied pictures from It’s Perfectly Normal (highlighted previously in this group) available to pass around for others to see.

One retired teacher in particular was very eloquent toward the end of the public comment portion, explaining how political correctness and activism has taken over our schools. Another parent argued that the books in question serve to sexualize kids and that it is wrong to expose young students to such graphic content. A mother made the point that the process by which books are reviewed needs to be looked at and revised, asserting that bad content should be caught BEFORE kids are exposed and not after.

Ludlow Superintendent Todd Gazda said that the school librarian makes book choices based off of recommendations from the American Library Association. Apparently, he isn’t aware of the fact that the ALA has been overtaken by special interest groups and political activists! Perhaps the concerned parents and teachers of Ludlow can provide him some reputable information to review on this matter.

I did have one question about the book review committee, which Superintendent Gazda said would be assembled. He stated that the school policy for the review committee says it should to be comprised of a librarian, a principle, two teachers, and members of the school committee from the district. Why not also a parent or two?

If you are a member of MIP and you attended and spoke at this meeting please comment on this post. And keep us posted about further progress made on this issue.

We can make a difference if we band together and speak!

Click the link below to watch the meeting.

http://96.39.67.86:50000/connect_content/359/preview?fbclid=IwAR0vlJJTiSJkRcV4n0EFAI4uYA7ci8TYjcYrpQxoy6lHqWFaZQtl9QrMEJ8


Here is a post from the Texas anti-STARR group:

Here we go again Elkhart ISD.
We have a new principal and I’m now getting phone calls about my daughter (8th grader) not participating in STAAR. Ive once again been told that bc of the number of days that she will miss they are obligated to report to CPS for truancy.
I send her everyday, THEY send her home. I have also been “advised” that they do not use GPC for promotion/retention.
I would love to send her to a private school but there are NONE in our area. Advice/suggestions on how to handle this situation?


And some replies to this post:

Required to notify CPS? We have been referred to Truancy for several years in a row due to attendance, but never to CPS. Child Services doesn’t, from my understanding, deal with truancy unless they are considering it educational neglect


I’m a foster/adopt parent and an educator CPS has ZERO connection to truancy! And all you can do for a report to CPS is fill out their “form” and then they decide if they need to follow up and open a case! I’ve made numerous CPS reports for FAR WORSE then a child missing a week of school and they’ve done nothing! That’s a misconstrued threat they are making!


why would an administration feel the need to clog an already overburdened and understaffed state agency with crap like this? It is obvious retaliation.


they do it all. the. time. Had it done to us last year when we were pressing for sped services for our daughter who has more letter dx then the alphabet! They reported the exact same day we won our appeal for testing. 🤔 CPS closed the case in less then a week and the worker said to me “Sounds like a communication issue with the school…” yeah… a communications issue where the school hates that we “communicate” until our child has her needs met! 🙄. It was still a drain on our family and a definite nonneed for CPS who is already spread thin!


I have had 2 charter schools to tell me that because of my daughter’s absences that she would have to go to summer school. I informed them that the only way she would have to do it as truancy is if i had no idea where she was and since ALL of her absences was because of either sickness or dr appts and with ALL of her absences she returns with notes from a doctor that NO its NOT considered truancy…
The 2nd charter school i convinced them to place in her IEP that regardless if she passes or fails that she would still be promoted to the next grade. They werent expecting me to use it against them when i still made dr appts for my daughter the weeks of testing. 🐻



And another post from this group:

So a teacher pulls my 9th grader aside and tells her she needs to take staar in spring to graduate. My daughter says it’s up to my mom and the teacher says that she heard I gave my Dtr an option and she not to take it. Then she tries to scare her telling her that her friends will leave her behind. I’m beyond pissed.


It appears that the Washington radical CSE bill, which has already passed the Senate, has now passed a House committee and will soon go for a full House vote.


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

This is the kind of thing that’s coming, folks. And this is why the big-data speculators (think billionaire’s hedge funds) want access to schoolchildren’s data: for predictive risk profiling and cost-offset behavioral script. Because schools don’t have the same privacy protections as independent medical and mental health providers, the big-data speculators are pushing to locate those types of services within schools, as wrap-around services. It’s not motivated by a sudden concern for children’s well-being – it’s a predatory data grab for behavior control.

And here is the post that she quoted:

“The Milwaukee Public Museum and the union that represents their employees have entered a pitched battle over the terms of their new contract, which includes a unusual provision that would require employees to have their private medical data tracked and financially penalize them for falling behind in a wellness program.


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

“We would like to explain something more about forced labour in the Netherlands and surrounding countries. If you are unemployed in the Netherlands and you don’t have any income or savings you can apply for social welfare. However, if you do so, you are subject to a system of strict government control and legal obligations. You have to do everything you can to find a paid job, and you have to accept any paid job that you can get or that is offered to you. Municipalities can also force you to participate in forced labour programs, in which you have to work for free. You only get your welfare benefits, which is no salary, and the minimum wage rules for people with paid jobs are violated. You are denied normal workers’ rights, like the right to strike. You are still subject to the repressive regime of the municipality for welfare receivers, which means that you have to give the government access to your private data like bank accounts, that you are subject to government checks concerning housing and living together, and so on. Also, if according to your case manager you don’t try hard enough to find a paid job, your benefits might be suspended for up to three months, or even cut indefinitely. If you refuse to participate in a forced labour program, you can also expect punishment. The only legal argument for not complying to do forced labour or accepting any kind of shitty job is if you can prove that you have a medical condition.”


And another post from her:

This post features videos from a selection of presentations I gave in Dallas and Tulsa a few weeks ago, but the real shocker is at the end – photos of the Debate Room at Old Parkland in Dallas. If you want to see where the shadow government is cutting deals, my bet is that a lot of it is going down in that room. Where Big Oil and Global Finance meets “Smart”Cities and Human Capital Investments.


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

This was written in 2011 by Parag Khanna, a senior research fellow at the New America. Khanna is a proponent of technocracy, but even his piece here signals the very dangerous trajectory of the New World Order.

New America has a strong presence in Tulsa, and is developing blockchain technology for social impact investing. It supports a militarized surveillance state, and the transformation of TU into a hub of aerospace, health, and cybersecurity innovation reflects that pattern.

George Kaiser and his social impact thugs are solidifying their death grip on education and representative government, beginning here in Tulsa, with the transformation of TU and TPS into weapons of tyrannical thought-leadership.

https://blogs.wsj.com/ideas-market/2011/01/24/davos-congress-of-the-new-middle-ages/?fbclid=IwAR2YzRaoS8rlGThylu3NP71nZSN4OORm7ZpU-DB8L-T0_OLLO41Swp8R6GQ


And another post from her:

And guess who controls all the DATA in Oklahoma’s public health and public education systems? The same organization that has controlling interests in private health insurance, in managing corporate and individual retirement accounts, in smart ulities and housing, and in Department of Defense cybersecurity contracts. Blockchain slavery, Oklahoma is running toward you with open arms.

And the post that she quoted:

Governor Stitt — MEDICAID now used to pay Education costs

What is your plan for Special Education’s unlimited future cost via Medicaid? In your State of the State speech you called for a stop to big government….. but MEDICAID EXPANSION IS BIG GOVERNMENT!

Special Education is already costing untold millions of dollars paid out through medicaid. There is NO limit to what it can cost in the future. Medicaid is being used to pay schools for the cost for health (and mental health) services including: speech, asthma, diabetes, physical, occupational and behavioral therapists.

Now mental health testing and services in K-12 pubic schools are being expanded and Governor you have apparently joined State Superintendent Hofmeister to support her implementation of this costly and dangerous new agenda.

Her plan involves the state identifying, labeling and giving a number rating to children believed to be “at risk” due to “Adverse Childhood Experiences”. ACEs are a very broad category which includes everything from violence to parental discord. (Just think about that for a minute.)

Hofmeister testified before a Congressional House Committee on Trauma and Gun Violence on Sept. 11, 2019. She said that “Oklahoma’s youngest children suffer more trauma than those in any other state.” She said “75% of our students suffer moderate or serious depression” (which is a category of mental illness). Whose definition was used to label 75% of Oklahoma’s children?

This entire agenda is a slippery slope and needs close examination for many reasons. Tapping Medicaid for Behavior therapy is a NEVER ending cost…. and worse than the cost is the danger of expanding K-12 into state controlled psychological evaluation and treatment centers. The collection of personal private data from students working online is also being increased under the plan, adding to the power of government over our lives. Good teachers and parents are fleeing the public schools and this BIG GOVERNMENT control of mental health will make things even worse. (The state can add this to the curriculum and testing for public Charter Schools as well.)

Without even factoring in the increased costs in Special Education Behavioral Services, MANY people, especially Republicans, already have concerns about Medicaid expansion by the state.

OCPA estimates 40 percent of the state population would become Medicaid eligible. I talked to a very knowledgeable insurance specialist who says this will KILL his private sector business, which can serve citizens better than the state. How does killing the private sector and expanding this government program decrease big government, which you say is a problem?

How much will our taxes increase to pay for this medicaid expansion? NO one knows but we all know state and federal government only runs with our hard earned tax dollars.

If the only goal is “efficiency” that can drive us into more centralized control. The consequences need careful scrutiny too by getting ALL the facts on the table. I am a special education teacher and know well from experience and education what the students’ needs are and BIG GOVERNMENT is NOT the answer!


And yet another post from her:

Almost all of these individuals and organizations have influenced the downward spiral of education here in Tulsa. Look at who is at the helm at TU – Levit, Clancy, and of course everything goes back to Kaiser. The Levits and many University of Tulsa Board members have pumped tons of money into Teach for America, and I wouldn’t be surprised at all if they tried to wreck TU’s education program on purpose. Clancy did the whole Harvard Institute thing, and Gates, Ballmer, Kaiser and Bloomberg are thick as thieves. Then there is Gist and the Broadies at TPS, joining arms with Impact Tulsa, part of the StriveTogether network. Once TU and TPS are welded into the P20 pipeline… I shudder to think. That’s why I’ve consistently argued that both of these institutions -TU and TPS – have to be defended together. Because once one falls, the plunderers won’t let the other one escape.


Here is a post that was shared by another friend of mine:

Arizona is the epicenter for testing ‘smart region’ schemes to bypass cities and the Constitution.


Watch out for the drag queens at West Virginia University: https://activistmommy.com/wvu-holds-drag-queen-storytime-event-organizer-says-inclusivity-is-the-purpose-of-higher-education/


Looks like Planned Parenthood and their allies are trying to sneak the radical sex ed into Fayette County, Georgia schools: https://activistmommy.com/fayette-county-georgia-families-prepare-to-fight-new-sex-ed-curriculum-supported-by-planned-parenthood-trojan-condoms/


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

Jacob Howland, professor of philosophy and religion at Tulsa University, speaks to the ways the humanities at his school are being dismantled and replaced with skills-based cyber-security training. If you want to see first hand how this shift in higher-education is creating an online, “just in time,” behaviorist rat race to see who can earn enough badges to win a short-term gig, give it a listen.

https://bcove.video/2OLc74r?fbclid=IwAR30BJO_DcZYewEwxU9ByAiL_d0FfHwCODmUbeYTKLBwb4H3FsztysguLnE

Background here:

https://www.thenation.com/article/archive/higher-education-corporate-takeover-kaiser-university-of-tulsa/

I think one thing we need to continue to reinforce is that the “jobs” backed by Lumina Foundation et al that will be forced upon people will be to build and defend a militarized surveillance state apparatus. Of course the surveillance state runs on data and energy and water. The energy piece is where the petroleum interests come in.


Here is a post from the Common Core Diva:

Warriors, maybe Medicaid funds in education don’t concern you. Maybe they do. They should, as Medicaid/care is the largest federal government entitlement we have. Has the CCSS Machine infiltrated Medicaid?! Absolutely! How will the President’s newest initiative help the CCSS Machine? Will the States be “punished” if they don’t comply? Indeed! I have it laid out for you.

https://www.commoncorediva.com/2020/02/06/what-connections/

TN is being punished in the new block grants. Because they didn’t expand Medicaid at the State level first. This initiative will be a manipulated tool to force States to expand..in others words Medicaid for all. It socialism from all sides.


Here is a post from the Utah anti-Common Core group:

There are THREE education bills that will increase state testing in K – 6th grade and will cost us millions.
One bill adds a math test at the beginning of the year, in the middle of the year, at the end of the year in kindergarten to 3rd grade. All the data goes to the state. https://le.utah.gov/~2020/bills/static/HB0114.html
Another bill adds a reading test at the beginning of the year, in the middle of the year, at the end of the year in 4th – 6th grade. All the data goes to the state. https://le.utah.gov/~2020/bills/static/SB0073.html
Another ties funding to the kindergarten KEEP test. All the data from the PEEP & the KEEP tests goes to the state, & this bill allows the data to go to the state even if the school is not participating in the grant program. https://le.utah.gov/~2020/bills/static/HB0099.html
Wanna know how much all this will cost?
$1,500,000 ongoing (meaning every single year)
+
$17,943,000 ongoing
+
$18,647,200 ongoing
+

$45,000 ongoing

$38+ MILLION ongoing funds
Yes, Utah, we have a spending problem & it’s always in education programs.
And that’s not even the amount that they want to eventually get. They want MILLIONS more to expand all of these programs (and make no mistake, they will expand it in the years to come…. it’s what they do).
These bills are not going to be easy to defeat because they are being driven by the State Office of Education as part of their strategic plan and they have been working with the Legislature Education Committees during the Interim.

Someone commented in the committee meeting that they want us to reduce the end-of-year testing, but keep adding these benchmark tests.
We can’t. Wanna know why? Because those end-of-year tests are required by the federal government. If you don’t want them. STOP TAKING FEDERAL FUNDS. It’s the only way. But in the meantime, STOP ADDING MORE STATE TESTING.

This is where it’s all coming from:

https://usbe.civicclerk.com/Web/GenFile.aspx?ad=1425


Here is a post that I found from someone on Facebook from Oklahoma:

More and more homeless….. coming to OKC?
Paid to come? Wake up leaders!! We are so rich here and have so much extra money from taxes that we need to keep expanding services? This is absolutely ridiculous.
Thanks to FOX 25 for covering this important issue!

https://okcfox.com/news/fox-25-investigates/word-is-spreading-is-oklahoma-the-place-to-be-if-youre-homeless?fbclid=IwAR3tCo-TEjpxrDohg8VamgW0v1bKEpr2drFQ6Fv_HBmPIO-eiKk_HaU6HJE


And some replies to this post:

back in the 90s the state ran mental hospitals dropped patients off in Tulsa with nowhere to go when they lost funding. I heard this many times never really believing buses came to Tulsa till I talked to a dr from Miami who said it is very true 😢


I think this is part of the strategy to relocate people from rural to urban areas as part of U.N. Agenda 21. The social engineers are stepping up their game. People need to keep a watchful eye on city planners.


Also….. and not removed from Agenda 21 supporters is the undermning of culture and growing government services by social engineers. Our taxes, our culture, opportunities for our children all changed due to this overload of burden.



And another post from her:

Last week in Tulsa I presented an overview of K-12 education in Oklahoma. The video I planned to post had portions with a child talking in the audience…. so it was too hard to hear. I will be working on a new video using portions of the Tulsa presentation and other updated information about the ACT now the state high school test, which has been changed to the Common Core national model for workforce categories. I will post that new video in the future. For now…. here is a 12 minute radio interview I did about Oklahoma’s 8-year plan for K-12, which is still relevant.

Oklahoma’s 8-year plan for K-12
More top-down control from the State through this plan.


And yet another post from her:

Tulsa….. beautiful city being transformed….

Woodie Guthrie ….. hero to socialists/ Marxist/ communists……
(famous message in song — Your Land Doesn’t Belong to You)

Guthrie is celebrated in Tulsa by a museum of his life and works and “greens” space named for him …. courtesy of George Kaiser changing the culture via social engineering

And the post that she quoted:

Nancy Pelosi -last night in protest, led with the song “This Land is Your Land”. I really liked that song in high school when we sang it in chorus. I only learned later that Woodie Guthrie, Oklahoman, said he wrote it to protest “God Bless America” by Kate Smith which was a top favorite nationwide at that time. Guthrie was an avowed Socialist/Communist. The song was meant to claim that land /property does not and can not belong to individuals. That is the history we didn’t know.


And some replies to this post:

Wow! Nice catch! So many things we go along with having no idea there true meaning! Deception is running rampant!


If you’ve ever read his biography, it would instantly bust your bubble about Guthrie. Another bubble that popped was to find out he was taken under the wing of Will Geer when Guthrie left for California. You know, Grandpa Walton on the famous TV series. They were peas in a pod. Ruined The Waltons for me.


I didn’t know Will Geer was a commie.


Senator Mc Carthy was right, thats why they destroyed him



Here is a post that I found from this user’s page:

Just what we are seeing in the beef industry. Same strategy being used on America’s food producers.


And some replies to this post:

we know the UN Sustainability goals are fueling this destructive top down control. We shall keep educating about what is happening!


yes we will! Take a look at the World Wildlife Fund’s 2050 goals for the commodities they deem UNSUSTAINABLE!

https://www.worldwildlife.org/publications/the-2050-criteria-guide-to-responsible-investment-in-agricultural-forest-and-seafood-commodities

We better all wake up. Kaiser and Gates have been at this centralized control game a long time. If they can continue to indoctrinate children ( Hitler’s Youth comes to mind) they can over throw us. They almost have control of our food production system. A nation must be able to feed her own people not reliant on other countries but they have incrementally and strategically removed that ability.


[name redacted] and her family have ranch land in Western Okla. She has years of experience with the UN, Global Corporate meat packers and others who want to control and shut down our traditional ranching, beef production and land ownership. [name redacted] can you link the interview you did with Western Journal a few years ago…



And another post from this user’a wall:

The current state school board member from Tulsa (one of 6 members all appointed by the Governor) is also the director of Impact Tulsa. Such a convenient positioning to get the Impact investors through the process to make $$$$$$. Here is to hoping many more eyes are opening as we continue to lay out the facts. Love you and appreciate you!! https://sde.ok.gov/about/carlisha-bradley


Here is a post from the Strident Conservative:


Here is a post from a New York anti-radical sex ed group:

URGENT ACTION NEEDED!

NYS currently has a bill in committee to mandate teaching Comprehensive Sexuality Education aligned to the new National Education Sexuality Standards. There are approximately 70 sponsors and co-sponsors between the assembly and senate companion bill. We need to educate our legislators on what CSE is and why it does not belong in our schools.

Comprehensive Sexuality Education is a graphic and age inappropriate form of sex ed. It is a k-12 program, embedded in curriculum throughout the year, with no real opt out provisions. The Common Core State Standards for ELA and math served as a model for the National Sexuality Education Standards. Three organizations-Advocates for Youth, Answer, and Sexuality Information and Education Council of the U.S. (SIECUS)-collaborated on the Future of Sex Education Initiative (FoSE) to write and promote the NSES as a way to structure comprehensive sexuality education courses throughout the country. These are new standards, written around 2012, with much controversy in states that have already adopted. SIECUS was formed by Mary Calderone, a Planned Parenthood medical director, and birthed from the Kinsey Institute. (Read up on Kinsey and his experimentation with children). SIECUS believes the Common Core State Standards illustrates a way to enact systemic ed reform in sex education throughout the country.


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

MIT really wants to analyze ALL our social relations. We’re not supposed to worry about it. That’s why everything has to be run through digital interfaces – education, healthcare, therapy. Whose interests are going to come first? The military/police state and global finance. To think otherwise is incredibly naive. https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/honest-signals


And another post from her:
So, Nancy Lublis mined the data from Crisis Text Line to generate corporate artificial intelligence software. She founded Crisis Text Line and now Loris.ai and sits on the board of McGraw Hill Education. The Board chair of McGraw Hill Education, Larry Berg, serves on the board of Crisis text line as well.

Evidently mining texts from people contemplating suicide gives them a “proprietary edge” in managing “hard conversations.” Sick, sick, sick.

she founded Do Something, too.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/nancylublin/

Plus McGraw Hill Education, where she is on the board, is focusing on AI instruction delivery. So it’s like they are setting themselves up to carry out digital psychological warfare on students. The board chair of McGraw Hill is also on the board of Crisis Text Line.

I found it mapping the McGraw Hill Education Board. I found it really strange that the chair and the next person down were both with Crisis Text line.

https://investors.mheducation.com/leadership-and-governance/board-of-directors/default.aspx

Perfect for your next “diversity training…”
https://techcrunch.com/2018/02/06/loris-ai-a-crisis-text-line-spin-out-raises-2-million-to-help-companies-have-hard-conversations/

https://mashable.com/2018/02/08/crisis-text-line-loris-artificial-intelligence/#RrI6m67oaOq2

The “Do Something” company she founded is supposedly “youth led” “social impact” volunteering. I can totally see how they might set up teens with anxiety or depression for a “social prescription” to “volunteer” or do “community service” with an affiliated community-based program and track all of that data to profit investors in mental health. https://www.dosomething.org/us


And some replies to this post:

Holy crap. These people are psychopaths. We have mental health counselors from Blue Shield on campus now. I wonder what data they are sharing with whom. We’ve had several suicides at our school.


Did you see my comment about “Do Something” and social prescribing?

And Omidyar is an investor in it.

I’m sure people who access that text line have no idea how their data is being used.


This is so awful, I can’t even process it right now.


And this tag line “A loris is a small, slender, tailless, large-eyed, nocturnal lemur. It is undeniably adorable…but a bite from the loris could kill a human. The loris is our mascot: effective conversation skills might seem soft and cuddly, but bad communication is the stuff that kills careers and companies.”

I mean who even thinks up stuff like that?

a necromancer. Only a necromancer could come up with that.



And another post from her:

I’ve been listening to talks today about “network science” put out by MIT Media Lab in 2011. Consider the fact governments are regularly acting on behalf of global corporate interests, harming the very people they were theoretically elected to serve. A powerful example of this is today’s raids on unceded Wetsuweten lands by the RCMP to allow devastating gas pipeline construction on lands that are not legally part of Canada.

This post is just a tiny bit of that signals intelligence network, feeding the borg. They want to know who the connectors are, what nodes need to be taken out when that time comes. Think of today’s youth who are being groomed to accept future careers as data scientists. Will they realize their training is meant to benefit those in power at the expense of all the people they care about?

Network Science


And yet another post from her:

Ok. This map is really giving me the chills. It’s signals intelligence and social engineering folks. I can’t figure out which is worse; that they know what they are doing or they don’t.

https://littlesis.org/maps/4723-negroponte-digital-education-and-economics

Interactive version here:

https://littlesis.org/maps/4723-negroponte-digital-education-and-economics


Here is a post from Shannon Joy:

It’s actually hard to under-emphasize the perfect absurdity of this concept.

The raving lunatics in Albany (who cheered at the passage of infantacide legislation) have now appointed THEMSELVES as the arbiters of sanity in NYS.

NYS to mandate ‘mental hygiene’ tests for those who seek to buy, sell, loan/gift a rifle, shotgun or firearm. Bill establishes new department to execute exams determining the mental fitness of citizens. Who can’t see this being expanded to other areas?

USSR Anyone?


Watch out for the radical sex workshops at Indiana University: https://www.toddstarnes.com/values/indiana-university-defends-graphic-sex-and-bondage-workshop/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=social-pug&fbclid=IwAR1o-0TSVH0AUpUSmMlC7yt7M3jOh7pG8dHqkkdHBMzGHU8jRNPxDG8A0Fk


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

Tulsa is a Bloomberg “Cities of Service” city, which is another name for a What Works City. Seattle and Tulsa are tracking very closely. Clayton Christensen value-based-payments healthcare, smart surveillance, and more.


Here is a post from the Minnnestoa anti-Common Core group:

Cradle to grave control by government. Destroying home and small center child care and is an added bonus. Big corporate child care receives a pass through the Parent Aware system. What about those Human Capital Bonds? The more children that government can place on assistance, the more human capital your kids they have to sell bonds.

“Minnesota House Democrats want to spend as much as $500 million of the state’s projected $1.3 billion budget surplus on a one-time bump in spending on early childhood education and child care, their leaders announced Thursday as they rolled out their agenda for the 2020 session.”

https://fluence-media.co/2SpIGpw?fbclid=IwAR0b5husvhrrdT_-Qkipbp9WUz3ioTt02k8bDj89dthyAVFarbiHgnokJko


And a reply to this post:

They want to establish a new infrastructure and protocols for putting three year olds in care of the state, and then demagogue next election cycle that the Republicans hate children because they refuse to fund it in perpetuity.
You know, pardon my French, but f** these people. They want to turn MN into CA, and watching what is going on there and in other Leftist hellholes, it is looking like they are intentionally “Cloward-Piven-ing” entire states. They want collapse so they can seize control.



Here is a post from a friend of mine:

This makes me want to drive to Norman to purchase these books! Libraries are being digitized – and transformed into maker-spaces – in droves. This is a sign of a society in decay and totalitarianism ascendant.

Reading in digital format is not the same thing as reading from a printed text. Comprehension and retention suffer in digital delivery. Beyond that, all web-based interactions – including accessing books online – are recorded. Somewhere. Permanently. And these apps not only track what one has accessed, but also how fast one reads it, when one reads it, what words one might need to look up, what facial expressions one displays at particular passages, and much more. As we move closer to digital identity and blockchain credentials for human beings, we must ask ourselves, do we want anything and everything we read or watch listen to to become part of our permanent record? Won’t this cause us to avoid books and ideas that aren’t approved by thought-leaders out of fear of some sanction? Will parents be willing to let their children access materials that are contrary to the social-emotional ethos that schools require?

If this sounds far-fetched, consider this: Common Core deliberately impaired students’ reading proficiencies. It prepared for the end of books. It’s taken about 30 years or so to get us to this point, but here we are. Just as the technocrats wanted.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/353900744662053/permalink/2997667906951977/?tn=H-R


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

That Ravitch piece in Time magazine? Notice how it says nothing about what is coming in terms of ed-tech, pay for success, or big data profiling of students? Well, Marc Benioff owns Time. He’s also the godfather to one of Gavin Newsom’s kids. His company, Salesforce, is involved with social service data dashboards, Sesame Credit in China, apps that track a student’s “soft skills,” and they have contracts with ICE. So how about we not give him any more clicks / exposure? He’s not on the side of the people, and the messages he chooses to put out are put out for a very specific reason. That reason is to keep you narrowly focused as his predatory data analytics people lock down all the systems before you even understand the nature of the game you’re in or that you have been completely played by the impact investors. Salesforce provided seed funding for Social Suite for blockchain identity based impact investing. See the slideshare here.

https://wrenchinthegears.files.wordpress.com/2019/06/blockchain-for-social-impact.pdf?fbclid=IwAR0-WsrEk3WydERY4tOqREWWxJAZx79mmTOAGCwXptz0Dpj9NVqmwKIKT2M


And another post from her:

Imagine “human capital” as the “commodity.”

https://dci.mit.edu/b-verify?fbclid=IwAR0rlqyzRTgEIa3mAYL0DZys7mliWXGQz3lj5qt7btwn-SQQTE95Uz_QGYs


And here are the replies to this post:

Humans: The New Currency


Exactly. The behavioral compliance of humans to authoritarian systems, as tracked digitally in real time. We are fucked and everyone is having all the wrong conversations online all the time.

Did you see my Negroponte map?
https://littlesis.org/maps/4723-negroponte-digital-education-and-economics

Note the “connectivity” event was held at the Vatican.

t’s starting to make sense, right?

https://www.wsj.com/articles/google-s-secret-project-nightingale-gathers-personal-health-data-on-millions-of-americans-11573496790



Here is a post from the Washington anti-radical sex ed page:

“In Baltimore city, the nurses are not part of the school. They’re not school employees, they are health department employees,” Ledyard said. “So the nurse said, ‘we don’t have to talk with you,’ pursuant to this law.
In Maryland, minors can receive contraceptive services without parental knowledge or consent, according to Planned Parenthood.
“They call me for Tylenol, but they don’t call me about birth control,” Lambert told the station. “You gave my daughter this insertion so she might be suffering from that, but do they even look at that?“”

Maryland Public Schools has several School-Based Health Centers providing onsite preventive and primary health services throughout the state’s 24 jurisdictions. Several of Baltimore city’s 17 School-Based Health Centers provide reproductive health care services, according to WMAR-TV.”

School based health centers insert themselves between parents and their children by providing advice and guidance free access to birth control and other services minor children without parental knowledge or consent. Most parents would ask when and where their child is having sex, and with whom. They would start a discussion with their child about choosing the right partners and how sex works into their values and morals. School clinics just give them the goods without the uncomfortable conversations. Three bills have been introduced that would allow or mandate school clinics in our state.

SB6279-oppose Health clinic
HB2288- oppose Health clinic
SB6563- Oppose Health clinic

Follow the link and comment on each of these bills.


And some replies to this post:

A friend in the bethel school district already received an email that one of these clinics will be opening on their campus soon. They aren’t even waiting for the official law- they have already begun!!


some school districts have paid to have lawyers look into the legality of these clinics and how to implement them without the schools taking liability. All of the proposed laws for school clinics do this legwork for them allowing them to easily add clinics if they wish. Some bills go so far as to mandate that schools add clinics.


This example here is exactly why this should not be happening in ANY state. You want to give kids “birth control” hand out condoms if you must. BUT, Do Not give medications, implants or any other device that could cause the minor child some kind of reaction. Especially one that may require surgical intervention. Even birth control pills can cause major issues. I know this because anything with progesterone whether I receive it thru digestion or skin will make me vomit for days and days and days. It happens. This is madness.


Steilacoom schools already have it, though i think it’s primarily for military


every law they are imposing on our children brings them closer and closer to being wards of the state! They have broken the family unit. You stating “sorry ladies it’s state law…” leads me to believe you’re okay with this all attack on families! You’re okay with 13yr olds getting abortions that carry inherent risks without receiving proper evaluation and care from their personal Dr. Then you’re okay when that child dies of sepsis because her mom was not informed of the procedure and thought her fever and not feeling well was just a sickness going around! Wake up Laura! We’re allowing them to harm our children.



And another post from this page:

“The colleagues also acknowledge that “Youth who engage in sexting open themselves up to possible significant and long-term consequences, such as humiliation, extortion, victimization, school sanction, reputational damage, and even criminal charges.”

Despite this, they believe that there should be education for children about how to “sext” safely. They define safe sexting education as “teaching youth about the possible consequences” while still “equipping them with the knowledge to minimize harms that may result.”

The report includes ten key take-aways for adults to teach children about sexting including only sending illicit messages to people who they “know and fully trust.” and a suggestion to “consider boudoir pictures” instead of full nude images.

Patchin told Campus Reform that this information “would fit best in a comprehensive sex education curriculum. The strategies might also be conveyed by parents who might be concerned about their kids’ online behaviors.”

https://www.campusreform.org/?id=14315


Interestingly, Illinois has its own proposed sex ed law that would require covering the topic of sexting for all schools that teach sex ed: https://fox8.com/2020/01/13/lawmaker-in-illinois-proposes-adding-sexting-to-sex-education-classes/


And another post from this page:

Porn Literacy. OSPI had several articles on porn in their monthly Sexual Health Newsletter the last few months including this one in December.

Despite the well known harms of pornography the article says kids use porn to try to learn about sex and that “research is showing that porn might not be the “bad educator” we have made it out to be: young people may not be learning risk-taking behaviors from porn,” and it describes a Porn Literacy class in Boston, saying, “The curriculum does not intend to teach that porn is “good” or “bad” (nor do they view any porn); instead the instructors accept whatever outcome students leave the course with, whether that is feeling uninterested in porn, or curious to explore more. “

Given the workgroup making recommendations for HB 2184 called for revisions to the standards to provide information for pornography, sexting, and social media safety, more kids may start getting this type of class.


And yet another post from this page:

!! PUBLIC SCHOOLS BEING REDEFINED WITH HB 2184 !!

A long-time sex ed educator has carefully reviewed the amendments to HB 2184 that was passed in the education committee. One standout item is that the term “public schools” has been “redefined to include “common schools, charter schools, and other specified schools.” This grab of power in the area of sexuality is vaguely written; it will cause once protected schools to submit to these standards.”

Here are her full comments:

HB 2184 A bad bill made worse

https://app.leg.wa.gov/committeeschedules/Home/Documents/26546

The following amendments have been added to HB2184 which make it even more offensive to citizens who believe in local control and optimum health goals for individuals, families and society. Only the amendments that made mandatory sex ed intolerable were approved in the house education committee. The comments below explain the main points of concern.

AMH ED H4377.1 means that ALL students will be subject to CSE regardless of their need. Not only is this poor teaching strategy, it is harmful to students that have been abused. Graphic images and discussions trigger early childhood trauma. This also makes it impossible to have a class that would benefit students suffering from dysphoria that need additional care and considerations. Instead all students will be subject to the trauma and dysphoria situations of the most abused child in the classroom.

AMH ED MOET 106 adds many hours to the required school curriculum. Particularly for schools that were doing the required 2-hour HIV instruction each year, they will have to add materials. This amendment created another conflict needing resolution for districts.

Social and emotional learning standard requirements are now linked to the draconian measures, threats and reporting in CSE. Relating to sexuality issues, K-3rd benchmarks/standards[1]are open to interpretation. A teacher could justify bringing in Drag Queens, Clerics or transcendental meditation. The standards declare autonomy from the family and the importance of acceptance of all different values including peer pressure. Read the K-3 Benchmarks Early Elementary column that identifies individual and community rights and responsibilities, cultural acceptance to care of natural environment with sexuality issues in mind. These standards, as well as CSE standards, are changeable without any oversight by the local community, the legislature or any elected officials except the Superintendent of OSPI.

Grades 4 and or 5 will receive CSE at least once. Fifth grade already has HIV requirements. Grades 6th -8th will have two courses of CSE. Most of the currently used programs are between 20-30 classes, 4-6 weeks of sexuality instruction times 2. High school has been achieving the health education graduation requirement with one year of about 30 hours of sex ed but this amendment will require 50-60 hours during high school.

AMH ED H4459.1 This amendment brings in federal law, making content and values even farther from local control than it is now. Since the amendment didn’t identify which federal laws it may be the office that promotes abstinence until marriage or the one that uses the United Nations guidelines for sexuality and population control.

The reality is that they are alluding to copyright laws because they want to block parents from being able to see materials. Copyright laws are to protect the creator of materials from losing revenue. Using them to inform parents, education purposes and civic discussions do not violate copyright. Even having them for view in a library or online do not violate the publisher’s rights. Parents need to get an elected official to fight for a watermarked copy so that materials can be seen without paying for it or taking credit for the document.

OSPI will utilize K-12 learning standards from the January 2005 guidelines for sexual health information and disease prevention which are not in alignment with the standards online, now. This amendment is another conflict with HIV education implementation. OSPI “will determine the content for public schools (sic) ((districts)), teachers, and guest speakers.” OSPI “will make any related information, model policies, curricula, or other resources available on their web sites.” This is very far from local control or reflective of local cultural norms.

AMH ED H4385.1 OSPI shall periodically review and revise, training materials, for classroom teachers and principals to implement by March 1, 2021. OSPI is in capricious control of community norms and even control of individual teacher’s classrooms; this type of control is not like any other subject area in schools. There is no accountability for OSPI and its ever new and changing values, ignoring family and religious values. There is no end to the slide of values this amendment gives to OSPI.

AMH ED H4460.1 declares total control of content and training for ALL districts. In most cases, this would be considered, thought control or censorship.

OSPI will “provide technical assistance to schools and school districts that is consistent with the curricula review, selection, and development.”

AMH ED H4386.1 relieves OSPI from the responsibility of reporting to the legislature, the summary of what is happening regarding sex education to the state legislature. For the last 10 year, OSPI was supposed to report to the legislature and they didn’t compile or send a single report.

Now, this amendment lays the responsibility on the local districts to report compliance to OSPI and the results will only be given to the education committee. These decisions impact all districts and all legislators.

Note the adding of the word “comprehensive” to the description of “sexual health education,” means that only one kind of curriculum is allowable. The word “Comprehensive” should be capitalized since it is a trademark for the (Planned Parenthood, SEICUS, Advocates for Youth and LGBTQ movement) curricula.

Warning: When reports of compliance are not sent, a school is in jeopardy of a state take over or the loss of state funds. These threats are taken seriously by school boards.

AMH ED H4375.1 says that integration into the sexual education is not required in other subject areas.

It doesn’t prohibit or prevent content carryover. But last year, the legislature gave teachers a pass on bringing in LGBTQ graphic sexual materials if the teacher felt it appropriate. The teacher did not have to notify parents or the district and would have no negative consequences on their work history. This is still a concern since the curricula recommended by OSPI has recommendations for community referrals and methods of infusing sexuality concepts in other subject areas at the end of chapters. Those curricula should be disallowed, if this amendment is authentic.

AMH ED H4378.1 redefines “public schools” to include “common schools, charter schools, and other specified schools.” This grab of power in the area of sexuality is vaguely written; it will cause once protected schools to submit to these standards. Since OSPI may not have financial control over these additional schools, they may use accreditation as a tool against these personally-funded schools, because they do have absolute control over accreditation.

AMH ED MOET 107 incorporated a questionable practice of “affirmative consent.” All schools, apparently all students grade 4-12 will teach, “”Affirmative consent” means a conscious and voluntary agreement to engage in sexual activity as a requirement before sexual activity;” Most of these students are not legally allowed to have sexual intercourse.

The topics not mentioned are boundaries, refusal skills or situation risk factors but they will teach how to know signals if the other person wants to have sex. This is preposterous for immature teens. There are no concrete instructional methods that have been shown scientifically beneficial in avoiding increases in coercion, date rape or later allegations evident in the “Me, too” movement. Will students smile and nod or will they be given a consent form to sign and what time frame will the permission cover?

Contact your schools, neighbors, friends and faith leaders! This cannot be healthy. The bill goes to the Rules Committee in the house and then for a vote by all house members. Rules committee members


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

No more yard sales, garage sales, sending cash to your children for gifts, etc… The whole agenda is CONTROL

And this has been planned for a long time – All countries will have a digital currency – meaning eventually no cash …


And another post from her:

Stakeholder Capitalism is being created by Marc Benioff and Ivanka Trump . Benioff is affiliated with many organizations which are hard core environmentalists … and that scares me // This is just one of several organizations Benioff is affiliated with

https://bteam.org/who-we-are/leaders


Here is a post on a wall of a friend of mine:

Breaking: This is the new worlds interbank cryptocurrency , XRP. The next step is to convert local currencies into cryptocurrency, already in progress. End users shall have to provide intimate details about their person for identity purposes. This information will reside on the internet Blockchain forever.

https://www.publish0x.com/everythingxrp/what-really-is-the-ripplenet-xwvroz?fbclid=IwAR1CETO8tpdMxVuJ-sruOpBl_fIOcSdSMIKDfsewTrvro-5sExe8oBuNo6Y


And here is another post on her wall:

“Marc Benioff who is working with Ivanka Trump concerning workforce policy and Stakeholder Capitalism.”

One should look into Stakeholder Capitalism. If they did they would be concerned.

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/03/27/lawsuit-claims-salesforce-worked-with-sex-trafficking-site-backpage.html?fbclid=IwAR0Vf2o634c-BsCIZfxtfFQoxO-b65so2_OkMJnKKHrlKkokeO-VXhBWySw

“In public, including on Twitter, Salesforce boasted about fighting human trafficking using its data tools. But behind closed doors, Salesforce’s data tools were actually providing the backbone of Backpage’s exponential growth. Salesforce didn’t just provide Backpage with a customer-ready version of its data and marketing tools. Salesforce designed and implemented a heavily customized enterprise database tailored for Backpage’s operations, both locally and internationally. With Salesforce’s guidance, Backpage was able to use Salesforce’s tools to market to new “users” — that is, pimps, johns, and traffickers — on three continents.”


And a reply to this post:

Interesting that this was brought up recently too:

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/02/08/report-corporate-facilitators-of-porn-prostitution-trafficking-include-tiktok-amazon-netflix-twitter-google/

Women’s March also fought against the closing of Backpages. They said that it “hurt sex workers”. Actually, a bunch of areas are trying to legalize prostitution and I’m wondering if that’s connected too. I know that Planned Parenthood has ties to sex trafficking coverups as they only care about the money from abortions. Also, I believe a while back that Craigslist got in trouble or something for facilitating human/sex trafficking and that Craigslist donates to Planned Parenthood.

And then there’s talk of human trafficking in the CPS/DCFS system. (And a few statesmen trying to talk about it meeting untimely ends, like the Senator from Georgia.)



And here is a post from this friend of mine:

Rippleworks Foundation was created by Chris Larsen and his wife Lyna Lam

Crypto-powered foundation Rippleworks expands its reach

https://www.devex.com/news/crypto-powered-foundation-rippleworks-expands-its-reach-95561?fbclid=IwAR0In8PjxSyySPTF-BgbdlwA88svMZZKX6At4RZUl4Uq03uHZsLKRDZWkzg


And yet another post from her:

SAN FRANCISCO — UNICEF can now receive, hold, and disburse digital currency built on blockchain technology with the launch of the UNICEF Cryptocurrency Fund.
A growing number of nonprofit organizations accept donations in cryptocurrency, but UNICEF is the first U.N. agency to accept “crypto as crypto without converting it,” said Chris Fabian, who co-founded UNICEF’s Innovation Unit and leads UNICEF Ventures.

https://www.devex.com/news/nonprofits-explore-the-newest-fundraising-frontier-cryptocurrency-95789?fbclid=IwAR2bLTQUxcyUYCaTXQl0AsJIurFPedkXAARdAMPIbHKC_O989zyk9gpRlo8


And another post from her:

Since 2015 our government has been funding research on blockchain and cryptocurrency …

https://www.coindesk.com/us-government-funds-3-million-cryptocurrency-research-initiative?fbclid=IwAR1qH3g2UX9QSWaoHe_joc4UCGm7fK222wtqg5am6Jefh5YqFiZ10U2BixI


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

Interesting, interesting – this article is from 1977 BTW. I did not know this side of Jimmy Carter-his ties to David Rockefeller and the Trilateral Commission. This sheds some light on how Habitat for Humanity will be fitting into the “housing first” social impact agenda. We are seeing this already in Philadelphia. Workforce training for “impact” in the trades? Smart housing innovation tied to UN SDGs, plus a smidge of surveillance? This is a deep, deep rabbit hole indeed. Wheels of technocracy…these folks play a LONG game.

https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/1977/07/jimmy-carter-revealed-rockefeller-republican/404908/?fbclid=IwAR385Z3lT7MVSS451B–vB2wfxuXxzjnPeV4G9AhhY5zsZMChzTdAbrRy0I

“The Trilateral Commission’s executive director, Zbigniew Brzezinski, became quite literally Jimmy Carter’s tutor, and now, of course, directs the White House foreign policy staff, as Henry Kissinger did in the first Nixon term. Perhaps all David Rockefeller hoped for in assembling the American delegation, a Trilateral colleague mused the other day, was to be sure he included the prospective secretary of state in the era following Nixon’s. How could he have guessed that his Trilateralists would staff all major policy posts in the new government—including, as if by a miracle, the vice presidency and the presidency? How indeed?”


And some replies to this post:

Remember how a few yrs ago papers were declassified and it was revealed that Carter established the Muhajadeen? Rather than not comment on it he bragged that it was him and not Bush Sr.


I think the Trilateral Commission has been running the West since the early 1970s. Wow.



So, we don’t share the same political outlook, but the idea of technocracy running on some sort of industrial economic model tied to “energy” systems makes the role of TX and OK in this whole mix really interesting. I followed up on the info in his talk make my technocracy map yesterday.

I think it may also explain why so many key players have backgrounds in oil and mining like Vander Ark and Luksha.


he spoke in Houston years ago. Gates told him to visit schools and report back what he thought. Who cares what he thinks? 6 mos of touring ain’t nothin

I read Patrick Wood’s Technocracy Rising where he points out the reality that there will be no left or right under technocracy. Such compelling research.



Timestamp 9 mintes on Vanderk Ark – Milwaukee school pushing CBE. Not all teachers / parents “were ready,” so they cut the school in half and created an “in-district” charter to push the CBE agenda. I’m sure that is the larger plan. Plus, so much praise of Summit playlists.


The book from the time is Holly Sklar, Trilateralism.

Couldn’t find it online yet in complete form but here are big excerpts.

http://www.thirdworldtraveler.com/Trilateralism/Trilateralism_Sklar.html


This is all so important. I find it so frustrating to try to break through the contrived media noise that would seek to bury this information. I don’t understand why it is not central to the discussions about a proper course to address the environmental needs of the planet? Clearly the UN SDGs are a total extension of Rockefeller’s imperial program to subjugate the planet and all things living on it for his profit. So frustrating.


“The shape of their plans to deal with these problems add up to an increased appetite for authority, discipline, and control. The U.S. ideological climate has shifted to the right over the past few years, _ providing the basis for a forced decline in the living standards of the working class. This trend bears close watching and appropriate ~ action by all those who desire a more, rather than less, democratic world.”


Like his peace conference that was unequal. It put no restriction on the military occupiers or their armed high tech settlers. My neighbors who worked for high tech went there from early on to set the settlers up and connect army, settlements and Checkpoints. In West Bank, my Verizon phone Only worked as we traveled near illegal settlements no matter how small or isolated.



And another post from her:

Pretty sure the MacArthur Foundation / Google-Funded project out of NYU GovLab “Research Network on Opening Governance” is the current manifestation of technocratic intent. Now, with Blockchain tied to the UN SDGs..

https://littlesis.org/maps/4733-technocracy

Research Network on Opening Governance:

https://littlesis.org/org/281225-Research_Network_on_Opening_Governance

In February 2018 Kleiman came to UPenn to talk about a new operation system for government. That is technocracy. This is the video I took. If you want a chuckle forward to timestamp 57 minutes when I asked my pointed question. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0gY6t43vl50


And yet another post from her:

Interesting list of representatives supporting adoption of Agenda 21 back in 1992. Be sure to click over to the co-sponsor tab. I read this passed in the House, but not in the Senate.


And some replies to this post:

(Co sponsor) ^^


George Miller introduced the legislation for Common Core in California along with Bonilla.

I wonder if Bernie Sanders introduced this in Vermont?


I don’t know, but VT is a full-on CBE state and was one of the early pilot states for NCEE’s “Restructuring Education” program (along with San Diego!).

https://littlesis.org/org/351519-National_Alliance_for_Restructuring_Education


Bernie was also on the committee that brought us the “innovative assessment” ESSA scam

https://knowledgeworks.org/resources/innovative-assessments-education-bill/


So these are the guys who sold us out! And they introduced and passed the thing in only 20 months. I bet this was one of the UN requirements that it had to be passed in 1992. Just like ESSA, which had to conform to UN requirements by the end of their decade on education, 2005-2015.



Here is a post on the wall of a friend of mine:

Most people would be shocked to know that the modern-day ecology movement has its roots in NAZI Germany as documented in this paper from COLUMBIA University:

http://www.columbia.edu/~lnp3/mydocs/ecology/nazi_ecology.htm?fbclid=IwAR3ZgDmuMdKM2frCcaqmZ4qn1fAiMmX_D9VBcGN2u5fVcPpxIiHysXvn_Us

http://ecofascism.com/review39.html


SORRY ABOUT THE DUPLICATE MATERIAL.

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Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

Compulsory education is set up to train youth to plug into a brutal globalized economy where telepresence “gig” work will become the norm. What happens when your school district is selected for the “drone operator” pathway program? When people are advocating for expanded CTE programs, they do not realize this is the direction things are headed. This is not work. It’s a dismal video game of surveillance and consumption. First Kiwibot food delivery robots, now this. This is the corporate garbage / propaganda being pushed by Achieve 3000. Wake up before it’s too late.

Note the geographic reference for this program coming out of the University of Utah “Salt Lake City”

It’s being funded by UT Department of Transportation.

https://www.techtimes.com/articles/242564/20190430/university-event-takes-a-long-and-hard-look-at-drone-traffic.htm


And some replies to this post:

Does Achieve 3000 suggest these “careers?” I see it’s an ELA program.


It actually levels them to careers and tells them the career they can be based on their score.


That is so messed up. But so not surprising. And teachers are allowing this and not saying anything.

Soon that will be “lifelong learning.” Constant retesting (probably on a psychometric video game) so you can try and “level up” to get a better paying gig. It will become inescapable. Sickening.


it can adjust your level with every article. A teacher put my son on it even though he was opted out and he answered incorrectly to see what it would say and it came back “not college and career ready” with a “cook” as his highest career choice. I was actually surprised it didn’t say busboy or dishwasher. I guess that would be too soul crushing obvious.


Good thing it’s not on Blockchain yet.

https://www.acenet.edu/News-Room/Pages/ACE-Initiative-Will-Explore-the-Potential-for-Blockchain-to-Close-Equity-Gaps.aspx


Achieve “measures” “progress” through their system of “lexiles”. Students “achieve” “college readiness” when they reach a certain level.


That’s a set up for human capital investing.


Here’s the article in full (set to the highest lexile)
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (Achieve3000, May 17, 2019). Young people often dream of becoming astronauts, pilots, engineers, and of course, globe-trotting pop stars. But the future economy will produce some awesome jobs that we can’t even imagine just yet. For instance, have you ever thought about becoming a drone operator?
Well, if you like excitement, helping people, and playing video games, being a drone operator might just be a fit for you!
You probably already know a thing or two about drones, those autonomous little flying machines sometimes referred to as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). These nifty airborne gadgets were initially designed to perform rare or difficult jobs for the military. But by the 2000s, it was easy to see that drones had plenty of helpful commercial, scientific, agricultural, and peacekeeping applications, too. Today, drones are used all over the world, even out at sea, where they perform tasks like monitoring oil rigs and diving underwater to examine marine equipment or monitor aquatic wildlife.
More and more of these speedy gizmos have been appearing in the skies each year. In fact, it’s predicted that by 2022, the number of service drones will more than quadruple to over 450,000. And as the UAV industry continues to grow, the world will need a lot more trained specialists to fly them.
To become a drone operator, you might study engineering, aviation, or a similar field in college—but there’s another kind of training that may also come in handy: playing video games!
In an effort to prepare for a world in which the skies teem with whizzing delivery drones, a team of graduate students at the University of Utah is designing a special computer game. Aspiring drone operators could one day use it for UAV training. The system simulates what it feels like to control drone fleets. It allows trainees to go on various complex missions, delivering things like medicine to distant places.
Once you’re trained to fly them, there will be many important things you can do with your drone skills. In farming communities, for instance, drones have been used to monitor crops and keep farms healthy. They can cruise over fields and herds of livestock to spray crops or scan for signs of soil erosion and disease.
But if that doesn’t interest you, maybe you’d rather get involved in the medical field. Drones help there, too! In Ghana, drones deliver medical supplies to isolated regions of Africa where the population is in need. In North Carolina, drones speed up the delivery of critical blood samples from hospitals to labs, allowing doctors to diagnose and treat patients faster. Drones are also being tested to aid in the quick and safe delivery of live organs to people who need immediate, life-saving transplants.
In April 2019, Google’s drone delivery service, Wing, became the first to receive federal approval for delivering goods to homes and businesses in the U.S. The app-based service is currently operating in Australia. It will begin dropping packages on U.S. doorsteps in the state of Virginia later this year, a “potentially game-changing moment in the drone-delivery world,” said Jia Xu, an engineer at the Rand Corporation think tank.
What else can drones do? So much more! They can study and monitor hurricanes, track endangered species, help in videography and photography, and they are perfect for aiding disaster relief by helping to monitor, prevent, and extinguish wildfires.
That’s a lot of stuff for one little flying machine! For now, though, a future full of drones still presents questions that experts don’t know how to answer quite yet—like what about traffic jams in the sky, or how safely can drones function in overcrowded urban areas? Although the industry needs time to develop, there’s little doubt that one day you can expect drones to deliver everything from pizzas to prescription medicines right to your front door.
And who knows—it may even be you who’s operating them!
The Associated Press contributed to this story.

My district is shifting into panic mode over graduation rates. They haven’t figured out that poor grades and poor attendance are as a result of societal factors, etc.
They’ll just keep shoving these “initiatives” down our throats until they can manipulate the data.
I remember when I went through teacher certification/training, the mantra was “DON’T TEACH TO THE TEST!!!” That was a crock of shit; almost all we are told to DO is set up to teach to the test.
I’m sure you noticed the “PREP for PSAT” in the upper right hand corner; RI is now relying more heavily on PSAT/SAT data in order to determine “academic success”, that virtually (no pun intended) assures that urban districts, like mine, will be lambasted when the results come through.


I wonder how many teachers actually even look at the content of any of the online stuff?


I’m pretty sure all teachers read it; I would never use an article like this one. Originally, we wete supposed to use Achieve twice a week! We put up some resistance and got it down to once a week.
There is also a dearth of articles in some areas of history. I try to find readings that apply to what we are studying, but good luck finding any relevant articles about medieval history!


Notice the 1180 Lexile score


[name redacted] Do you know? Is this what you were talking about linking pathways to reading scores?


the “thought” questions are where the creepy DARPA level data collection come in.


Wow. So can parents see this stuff? Do students access these platforms at home or in school only?


what are the “thought” questions? Do students have to answer them?


They are assigned Achieve3000 for hw so if a parent wants to see they can. This is why teachers and parents have come to me to tell me what they saw. The really creepy questions only pop up occasionally so if you are just glancing at your child’s work you may not see it. I don’t have a screen shot but enough parents have told me about the questions that ask the child if their parents fight that I know they are asking very personal questions. Yes, the students must answer the questions to advance with the article. The worst part of the questions is that it comes back to show students “results” of how other A3k users answered and then it asks them if they’d like to change their opinion based on this. Straight up behavioral data collection. For example it might ask, “True or False: After reading this article I think having drones will make our cities safer.” Then it will show a bar graph with the responses and ask the question again.

I have screen shots of military, tech, and work attitude questions.

People wrote this off as crazy talk. It’s not. I think companies will be able to pay for the psyche profile of applicants and the government will have a list of all divergent thinkers.

Some of the questions are even open response.

AIR did employee evaluations before they got into psychometrics for the SBAC. SBAC is McGraw Hill/ETS.


Can your school give you a dummy account, to test drive achieve 3000 at home?


McGraw Hill was John Negroponte.


they give you a parent “trail” but it stopped at the section that asked the students to “tell us about yourself.” I took the parent trial 7 yrs and called the company and asked for the questions the trial wouldn’t show me. They wouldn’t tell me. That’s how I knew their was fuckery going on before I even saw the questions.


So Saki Dodelson was a co-founder of Achieve 3000. Apparently she was the finance manager of AT&T prior to that 1987-1999. From her LinkedIn “From 1987 to 1999, Saki Dodelson was a finance manager with AT&T. During this time, she redesigned and marketed the Israeli2000 project—the Israeli Knesset’s robust Website.”

Achieve3000 is headquartered in Lakewood, NJ.

https://www.nj.com/news/2017/08/lakewood_inside_the_turmoil_in_njs_most_controvers.html


Is Achieve3000 in Tulsa schools?

https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/achieve3000#section-overview


I’m not sure. I asked someone a while ago, and she didn’t think we had it here. But I bet it’s lurking somewhere!


Here are the overall “poll results” from the Thought Question:

Also, the 1080-1180 lexile is “meeting standard”; 1280-1380 “exceeds standard”. 780-1080 “approaches standard”.
Everything below 780 is “Far below standard”.
The average for all my classes is below 780.
Here are some questions and answers from the “Stretch Activity”; correct answers are highlighted in blue

A statement of “Opinion”

The “incorrect” answers are interesting too.


Oklahoma is drone central!


Oh I don’t know. You all make have to duke it out with North Dakota. https://uavcoach.com/roseville-drone-program/



Damn. That’s why Boeing and Northrup Grumman want to take over the schools.

how about San Diego? I remember watching video of Clinton kick off Goals 2000 there back in the day and I know he specifically mentioned Boeing being a big influence.


yes!
is this like the hive-mind drones you guys have in Philly?

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.govtech.com/products/FAA-Approves-Oklahoma-State-University-to-Test-Drone-Swarms.html%3fAMP


I think ours are different. Not fixed wing. Smaller and “autonomous.”

https://www.thedp.com/article/2015/11/grasp-lab-drones-grant

“the robot Kumar demonstrated weighs a tenth of a pound and spans about eight inches in diameter”


for military and civilian use, yes. Chula Vista Police has a drone program. San Diego lifeguards use drones which is the one of the uses I approve of.


Interesting. This is a Boeing company in San Diego. Defense and supply chain management. https://www.tapestrysolutions.com/

as an aside you and [name redacted] should check out the Linkedin for the head of Walmart giving – out of Seattle. Now on the Blockchain Education steering committee. https://www.linkedin.com/in/gayatriagnew/

From this:

https://www.acenet.edu/News-Room/Pages/ACE-Initiative-Will-Explore-the-Potential-for-Blockchain-to-Close-Equity-Gaps.aspx?fbclid=IwAR1MKqbfVN1IyFo_ZIkEzIj07JsAHQURAe4phsn01YvLwm0m6RoHM1lWujo



A 6-year-old Down Syndrome girl in Pennsylvania had the police called on her at school for making a finger-gun gesture in class: https://christianaction.org/top-stories-of-the-day/school-calls-cops-on-girl-6-who-made-gun-gesture-with-her-fingers/


Montgomery Public Schools in Maryland are pushing the LGBTQP “history” agenda that states like Illinois, California, and New Jersey are pushing: https://christianaction.org/top-stories-of-the-day/maryland-county-school-to-develop-lgbtq-history-class/


Here is a post that was shared in the Minnesota anti-Common Core group:

elementary school, and you’ll hear a similar refrain. Children dropping out of their chairs is the new normal. But why? What’s going on that’s making simply sitting in a chair a physical challenge for our youth?

A highly respected director of a progressive preschool who has been teaching preschoolers for about 40 years says she has seen major changes in the social and physical development of children in the past few generations. “Kids are just different,” she said. “They are more easily frustrated – often crying at the drop of a hat.” She has also observed that children were frequently falling out of their seats “at least three times a day,” less attentive, and running into each other and even the walls. “It is so strange. You never saw these issues in the past.”

She went on to complain that even though her school was considered highly progressive, they were still feeling the pressure to limit free #play more than she would like in order to meet the growing demands for academic readiness that was expected before children entered kindergarten.

It is through active free play outdoors where children start to build many of the foundational life skills they need in order to be successful for years to come. It is before the age of 7 years — ages traditionally known as “pre-academic” — when children desperately need to have a multitude of whole-body sensory experiences on a daily basis in order to develop strong bodies and minds. This is best done outside where the senses are fully ignited and young bodies are challenged by the uneven and unpredictable, ever-changing terrain.

Preschool years are not only optimal for children to learn through play, but also a critical developmental period. If children are not given enough natural movement and play experiences, they start their academic careers with a disadvantage. They are more likely to be clumsy, have difficulty paying attention, trouble controlling their emotions, utilise poor problem-solving methods, and demonstrate difficulties with social interactions. We are consistently seeing #sensory, #motor, and #cognitive issues pop up more and more in later childhood, partly because of inadequate opportunities to move and play at an early age.

The #vestibular system, located inside our inner ear, is responsible for our sense of balance and spatial awareness. It also plays an important role in focus and attention, visual skills, and emotional regulation. It is stimulated and developed by moving through space in a variety of directions—particularly at high speeds.

“Inside your inner ear are little hair cells. And we need to move in all different directions so that fluid moves back and forth and stimulates those hair cells, and that develops the vestibular sense. That sense is key to all the other senses. If that’s not working right, it can affect everything,” says Angela Hanscom, pediatric occupational therapist.

Weaker core and postural muscles, an underdeveloped vestibular sense, and too many consecutive hours spent at a desk without a break for physical activity all add up. Once we put these factors together, we can start to understand why a child might fall out of their seat at school.

Research continues to point out that young children learn best through meaningful play experiences. Education has need to transition towards play-based learning rather than away from it, for the sake of our current and upcoming generations.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1440244018304389

https://www.stack.com/a/the-shocking-phenomenon-that-shows-just-how-movement-starved-modern-kids-really-are

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/answer-sheet/wp/2015/09/01/the-decline-of-play-in-preschoolers-and-the-rise-in-sensory-issues/


Here is a post from the Massachusetts anti-radical sex ed group:

FYI

Yesterday Exeter 7th and 8th graders were treated to a presentation by a transgender athlete. The kids were told that they shouldn’t decide what gender they are until they turn 18 years old.

While the dumbing down continues in the public schools, they are also doing a great job of social engineering. That equates to illiterate political activists who are easily manipulated by socialists running for office.


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

So the company TutorChat profits from unpaid “peer to peer” avatar-based online math tutoring by convincing youth ages 13 and older they can count the hours they log towards “community service” and that it will look good on their college applications. The “tutors” can get trained via online courses to earn badges. WTAF

HOW IT WORKS
Get permission – Even though you’re 13 or over, we still need permission from your parent. We’ll make it easy and send them a text.
Get qualified – Take a simple diagnostic assessment online & in your own time
Get Set – Put an avatar together. Share your availability & interests with kids looking for a teen tutor
Get trained – Earn badges on skills that Google considers more important than STEM skills by taking some fast-paced, online courses. Take as many as you like
Get chosen by a student
Tutor on your own personal learning space that connects you to your student via vidteo, chat, shared whiteboard and shared files.

WTH are the skills they are talking about here – is this psycho-metrics? “Get trained – Earn badges on skills that Google considers more important than STEM skills by taking some fast-paced, online courses. Take as many as you like.”


Here’s a post from a friend of mine:

For the past 10 months, I’ve used social media to try to point out the deeply troubling situation of our educational institutions, first at the University of Tulsa, where I was a teacher, and then at Tulsa Public Schools, which serves 40,000 area schoolchildren.

My children attend a parochial school, and some people have asked me why I’ve been so preoccupied with the public schools system. Here’s my brief response to that question:

I attended high-quality public schools from K-12. I am grateful for the knowledge I acquired during that time and to the professional teachers whose expertise in curriculum and pedagogy encouraged in me a love of learning that continues to this day.

I was a poor kid, and public schools were my only option.

After I graduated from high school, I attended the University of Tulsa, where I took classes with world-class scholars and encountered ideas that were entirely new to me. I fell in love with St. Augustine, whose writings directly led to my conversion to the Catholic faith. The value of a robust liberal arts curriculum lies in its ability to direct the intellect and the passions toward the most-real, the eternal, and the transcendent.

Both my academic studies (I went on to earn a PhD in political philosophy) and my Catholic faith confirm to me that the human soul naturally longs for what is real and eternal. They confirm that any effort to suppress or to dull that longing is contrary to human nature and sinful. Reason and revelation oblige each one of us to oppose any effort to deform something as precious as a child’s soul.

I think the doctrine of “workforce development” is just such a deformation, and I think its irrational and sinful nature reveal themselves in the appalling treatment of TPS students, families, teachers, and staff. Christ calls on us to love our neighbors, and I do not believe that love would idly stand by while such a terrible war is waged on the souls of young people.

That is why I support TULSA PUBLIC SCHOOLS, and the efforts of my neighbors to FLIP THE BOARD. If you are able to VOTE in this election (whether or not your children attend TPS), PLEASE VOTE for Kelsey ROYCE or Stephen REMINGTON.


And some replies to this post:

Well said. I teach at a private school and my daughter attends a different private school in Tulsa, but I am a proud product of sand springs public schools. From a purely financial perspective, I would prefer not to spend a significant amount each month on tuition for my daughter. On a much more personal level, I would feel much better about my daughters future and this country’s future if she were receiving a quality public school education, but that simply isn’t an option in Tulsa, at least at her grade level. Good public schools are essential to civic pride and foster a sense of community and shared responsibility. They’re also diverse in ways private schools can never achieve, no matter how well intentioned and comprehensive their diversity plans.
It is beyond my comprehension how we even got to this point. When I think hard about some of the changes that have been implemented in public schools around the nation, as well as in TPS, I try to tell myself that these changes are the product of well-meaning educators and public servants who I disagree with, but who share my basic values and goals as a teacher. When I see policies and procedures that are disruptive (and by the way there is no positive connotation to that word when it comes to children), damaging to teacher and student morale and, at best, are confusing to parents, I try to remind myself that mistakes happen and they can be fixed.
But this is an inaccurate view of the motivations of the people behind education reform as we currently conceive of it in this country. Many on the TPS board, most of the upper administration at TPS, and the philanthropists who fund many of the most destructive parts of the reform agenda, do not think about children first. They think of profits and bottom lines and they view teachers and students as capital, and the results of their work as product. While it’s fair to say none of them intend to harm children, it’s also not an exaggeration to say that they don’t fully consider the collateral damage done to children when they view education as a business and children as just another input in an equation that spits out profit and worships efficiency.
I have news for these reformers: education, when at its highest level, is almost never efficient. It is slow and prodding. It detours and zig zags around, and it is conducted with patience at its core. It doesn’t seek the path of least resistance, preferring instead a thorough examination and a substantive discussion of competing options and paths.
I don’t know where we lost our way, but it’s clear enough at this point to say we aren’t lost in the traditional sense. We didn’t wander off the trail into a dark forest by accident bc we were admiring the clouds above or the subtle contours of the land below us. No, it’s obvious now that we were lead into the forest by people who intended to make us feel the fear and confusion of being alone and disoriented. This is not an accident and we need to replace the people who did this to us and our kids.


so well written. I currently teach in TPS and I’m sick about the directions that we are going. I will only stay 2 more years to ensure my granddaughter’s elementary foundation is solid. When she leaves in 5th grade so will I.
I’m so tired of fighting and raising my voice for my fellow colleagues and for my students. I do not live in Tulsa ( I’m a rancher’s wife) but I have loved teaching but not anymore. I appreciate all of you that are sounding the alarm and trying to get Tulsans to pay attention. I fear it may be too late.


thank you so much for the kind words, and for doing your part for grandchild’s school. There are so many like you out there, but the tactics of this group of people are designed to isolate and fragment opposition to their agenda. All I can hope is that as more and more parents, grandparents, and community members learn the truth about this monstrosity, that we’ll find the leadership to get our schools back on course.


I agree with everything you say here! Especially what you say about the health of our public sphere. Perhaps it’s not a coincidence that the collapse of our public schools and the breakdown of civil discourse seem to be tracking in lock step. Also, to your point about diversity – yes! 100%! I think families and students ought to have a variety of options, not only to reflect individual preferences, but because genuine diversity (not the sham that education reformers peddle) encourages longer, deeper, and more nuanced reflections on the objects that concern us. Life is so much richer when we don’t try to standardize everyone’s experience.


this is a travesty. I’ve heard from so many people who are facing this situation, and it’s one of the things that keeps me going. When our professional teachers – those who have been in this for the long haul and who are well-respected by their colleagues and students and who are good people, to boot! – are being ground down, we have a huge problem! I’m so sorry I didn’t see this before. We must stand up for our teachers!
Grandparents. Such an important role. All grandparents should attend TPS Board meetings.



And another post from her:

TU joined the American Council on Education about 10 years ago. I wonder how long it will be before Interim President Janet Levit and Professor of Education Elizabeth Smith establish the TPS-TU-pipeline-to-the-workforce on blockchain? This is setting up for social credit scoring, which – in the “Fourth Revolution” – will enable corporations to select a particular gig-worker from the multitude of human capital options vying for the limited employment opportunities. The more data entered into the permanent digital ledger, the better! Because it will help corporations select just the right, resilient tool (they actually use that language) for the job.

I don’t think we want that for our children, do we?

And the post that she quoted:

The ​​US Department of Education is backing the nation’s higher education association’s research efforts into and tests of emerging blockchain or distributed ledger technologies (DLT). Union Public Schools is the first school district in the nation to offer this service and Todd Borland, Union’s director of Technology, is on the national steering committee. http://bit.ly/2OHiAgA


Here is a post from a Colorado anti-Common Core group:

OPPOSE this new legislation! Your neighbors sixteen and seventeen year old kids (including those convicted in juvenile detention facilities) will have the power to;

Vote to elect the the District School Board Director candidate of their choice
Vote to elect the Colorado Board of Education candidate of their choice
Vote to raise the mill levy on your property
Vote to raise and expend your property taxes
Vote to increase the level of debt for a school district

In addition, this law would allow voter registration drives on school grounds by a drive organizer, such as the teachers union, to register those kids to vote.

Will those organizers also suggest who to vote for?
Will the teachers in class suggest who to vote for?
Will the kids want to keep those teachers happy in order to get a good grade?
When you were sixteen, what changes do you think your classmates would have wanted in the school?
Would they have wanted more or less time in classrooms? Would they have wanted a easier or more difficult curriculum? Would they want more money spent on fun classes or math and english?

Your opportunity to be heard by the legislators and express your feelings will be on Thursday February 20th at 1:30 PM, room LSB A. These dates and times are often changed shortly before the scheduled meeting, so watch the website for updates. call all the legislators in the House State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee.

Chris Kennedy – 303-866-2951
Sonya Lewis – 303-866-2920
Monica Duran – 303-866-5522
Stephen Humphrey – 303-866-2943
Cathy Kipp – 303-866-4569
Susan Lontine – 303-866-2966
Janice Rich – 303-866-3068
Emily Sirota – 303-866-2910
Dave Williams – 303-866-5525

SHARE this post with your friends family and co-workers.

Click on the picture below to read the full text of the bill.

https://leg.colorado.gov/bills/hb20-1149?fbclid=IwAR2iLeUFxWq_k15K8J7ze93zOnSxnI0tUYEO4aOPk_tR3rCOyPSnwIAm5i0


And some replies to this post:

Look what Liberal BVSD is promoting on their homepage.
https://www.bvsd.org/


I scanned that.
The Census push…….why is lgbtq hard to count? Listed along with language barriers, homelessness, recalcitrance….why is not being straight a challenge to being counted in a census?
So bored with all that.


hmmm, interesting. Yesterday when I posted the link their home webpage was encouraging 16 & 17 year olds to pre register to vote. Now this census stuff today…🤦🏼‍♀️


they have their tentacles in everything.



Here is a post from a friend of mine:

I left several comments on Lt Gov Pinnell’s original post, observing that this new logo closely resembles the color wheel branding associated with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Oklahoma is clearly and rapidly moving in this direction, and branding campaigns like this one are designed to prime us for the change. It’s a very similar strategy to the “Tulsa’s University” campaign that features a negative image of the collegiate “TU” with a bold Tulsa city flag blazing through it. Almost like bull-eye.

This is the Canadian company that implemented the brand.
http://weareoperative.com/

And here is the post that she quoted:

After months of watching over 100 creative Oklahomans at work, I’m so excited to officially reveal our new brand. Our state has so much to offer residents, visitors and businesses – and we needed a new way to tell our story. I’m thrilled to finally reveal our new state brand!


Here is a post from another friend of mine:

Colorado looking to add NWEA MAP, Lexia RAPID, and Riverside as approved interim assessments. How accurate are these interim tests? How are they validated?

NWEA collects SEL data, student engagement based on hidden algorithms. Where is the accountability and transparency?


And another post from her:

🛑Ummm A bill to waive FERPA? NO 🛑on Colorado SB20-137.
What parent dreams of sending their child to compulsory k-12 education, so their behavior and mental health status can be assessed and #shared with agencies outside of the school?

Parents can ALREADY waive FERPA and can ALREADY give permission for school officials to share info with outside health care providers, if they choose. This is boiling the frog and not the proper role of government. We do NOT need this bill.


And a post from another friend of miine:

Under UNEP’s leadership and through proactive advocacy by the patrons and the partners, the Billion Tree Campaign catalysed tree planting action on all continents. The billionth tree, an African Olive, was planted in Ethiopia in November 2007.[14] The two billionth tree took root as part of the United Nation’s World Food Programme agroforestry initiative.
The World Economic Forum during 2020, held in Davos, announced the creation of the One Trillion Tree Initiative platform made for governments, businesses, and civil society to provide support to the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration (2020-2030), led by UNEP and FAO. Forum participant Donald Trump, president of the United States, made an announcement that the government of the U.S. will be committing to the initiative

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trillion_Tree_Campaign

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff says it’s ‘more than fair’ for him to get some credit for Trump’s support of Trillion Trees campaig

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/01/24/davos-salesforce-ceo-benioff-claims-some-credit-for-trump-backing-trillion-trees.html

Republican lawmakers on Wednesday proposed legislation setting a goal for the United States to plant a trillion trees by 2050 to fight global warming, a plan intended to address climate change by sucking carbon out of the air instead of by cutting emissions.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/plant-trillion-trees-republicans-offer-111015819.html


Here is a post from a page called Educray:

Disappointing tactic 🍏

Schools are a newer front, and the debate that took place in Lockport encapsulates the furor surrounding the technology. Proponents call it a crucial crime-fighting tool, to help prevent mass shootings and stop sexual predators. Robert LiPuma, the Lockport City School District’s director of technology, said he believed that if the technology had been in place at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., the deadly 2018 attack there may never have happened.

“You had an expelled student that would have been put into the system, because they were not supposed to be on school grounds,” Mr. LiPuma said. “They snuck in through an open door. The minute they snuck in, the system would have identified that person.”

But opponents like Mr. Shultz say the concerns about facial recognition — namely privacy, accuracy and racial bias — are even more worrisome when it comes to children.

“Subjecting 5-year-olds to this technology will not make anyone safer, and we can’t allow invasive surveillance to become the norm in our public spaces,” said Stefanie Coyle, deputy director of the Education Policy Center for the New York Civil Liberties Union. “Reminding people of their greatest fears is a disappointing tactic, meant to distract from the fact that this product is discriminatory, unethical and not secure.”

The debate in Lockport has unfolded over nearly two years. The school district initially announced its plans to install a facial recognition security system, called Aegis, in March 2018. The district spent $1.4 million, with money it had been awarded by the state, to install the technology across 300 cameras.


And another post from this page:

Digital nudge service 🍏

Dallas County Promise is a “scholarship program” set up ostensibly to combat the “skills gap” and aid students in acquiring post-secondary credentials. In reality it is just as much about creating an apparatus to grow human capital impact investment markets. Last year the program partnered with Manoj Kutty’s Greenlight Credentials and Salesforce.

According to Global Education Futures Initiative advisory board member Tom Vander Ark, this digital transcript will allow Dallas students to “tell their whole story.” Of course we know that means tracking in demand “soft skills” that will inform future investors of a person’s perceived worth as “human capital.” According to a project overview by Salesforce, which provides technical support for the program’s “Education Cloud” digital nudge service, students who sign up for the program are immediately put on a “communications journey.” Thus the digital processing and compliance monitoring begins.

Commit! managed by Todd Williams, a former Goldman Sachs executive, is a partner in the Dallas County Promise effort. It is one of the largest and most influential “collective impact” programs in the country.


First Oregon has a bill like this, then Illinois. I think that it’s a trap that any student that takes will get labeled, impacting future job opportunities and their 2nd Amendment rights (and also give government elites and corporatism the data they need to justify all sorts of interventions.)

https://www.northernpublicradio.org/post/illinois-students-might-be-given-extra-days-cope-mental-health-issues


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

Broadband, badges, blockchain, digital surveillance and debt. It’s all in the mix. Just finished mapping the steering committee for the American Council on Education Blockchain Education Research Project being funded by DeVos and the US DOE. How long before digital currency e-wallets for gamified online skills training to fly drones?

https://littlesis.org/maps/4759-american-council-on-education-blockchain-initiative


And another post from her:

Once you understand global markets in “human capital” will run on credential attainment, the shift to early college high school starts making more sense. It not only disrupts the traditional education model and paves the way for “lifelong learning” and “learning ecosystems;” it also expands their window of investment opportunity by at least two years, which is significant in terms of profit extraction.


And some replies to this post:

And …I think tax payer money is now going to train for a narrow specific skill set that a particular business needs, saving monopolies tons of $$.
One useful tool that will surely work with this is Non competition clauses that workers sign, in order to keep them a-float, after losing their job (or to even GET the job they have to sign) to keep them OUT of the industry and out of the competition? This happened to a friend of mine in radiology…
But move it to manufacturing etc. .. the fact the tax payer is paying the cost of all training, makes it more likely they will churn through workers–with that cost gone, they will be less likely to offer full time and life time employment, because much or most all of the employee training cost is out of the equation.
And of course flooding the market in supply and demand for workers is now handed to monopolists.
PLANNED OBSOLESCENCE will also feed the knowledge economy, with the individual being forced to be retrained forever, as we know.
If you think about it, that means society pays for a student to be pathwayed to an industry for how many years? And then, ….it’s just gone by the time they are 26.
AND think how Amazon bullied cities across the US to get them to move their industry there, and other big business like Boeing is always threatening leaving the state, if you don’t give us this or that tax cut (and then they move the jobs to Russia or some such place anyway after they get them)
….if whole schools are geared to a specific industry, that business now has the entire community under their control via any threat they whip up….I can just imagine people saying, “what are our schools going to do, now that border patrol is hiring Columbians to maintain our borders?”
And small businesses? Wa ha ha. GONE.


Yes! Yes! Yes! HP will NEVER have to pay a premium to “flight risk” employees again. The corporate state will deliver them on demand as the lowest age possible. That is why they have created OER and restructured the non-profit social service / training sector to suit pay for success finance. Because it’s not just the training, it’s the gambling on people’s compliance to the pathways set out for them.

I am mapping the “interoperable learner record.”

And I found Europass – this is for global platformed labor. It is a CBE online learning locker. Started in 1998 for god’s sake. Why are labor economists not figuring this out?

https://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/about/history

do you know about Europass? Evidently it is being administered by CEDEFOP which is based in Greece. https://www.cedefop.europa.eu/en/about-cedefop



And yet another post from her:

How workers will be managed as data commodities. I suspect much of this will be automated. From HR Open Standards introductory slideshare.

This is what Yet Analytics is about. Yet is working with HP on AI human capital management. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q35AjTYRfR8

“Assessments” will be data analytics (cognitive and non-cognitive) about how a person interacts with Open Education Resources (OER). Again, it’s NOT about “free textbooks.”


And yet another post from her:

Online “mastery-based” transcripts that “count all learning” will never level the playing field for low-income students and Black, Brown, and Indigenous students. Children of the elite won’t need a mastery-transcript to get a job. They will simply use their social capital. Instead, what xAPI learning lockers do is compel people without social capital to spend all their waking hours attempting to digitally demonstrate that they are qualified for gig work.

https://mastery.org/mastery-transcript-update-blog/?fbclid=IwAR1TwVovGRnPpNo38zykau-haiIp2apppST7qP5hBGXil8AjW__OuM1tk18


And some replies to this post:

This is Wagner and Dinstersmith, right?


Among others.


do you remember that video of Dintersmith in North Dakota or somewhere talking about having no one in campus for junior or senior years?


Yup. This superintendent. Cory Steiner. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uF8XulW6Zqs&feature=youtu.be

https://mastery.org/about/advisory-council



Here is a post from the Minnesota anti-Common Core group:

MACC from time to time goes back to the Common Core.
Tonight we offer some historical information regarding the first Senate Resolution to put the United Nations sustainability goals as chief mission in our country. This is 1993-1994 and the resolution was introduced only and the committee on foreign relations did not take it up. There is one author (D) and 4 cosponsors (2-R, 2-D). Common Core is the UN’s Education for All just under a different title.

https://www.congress.gov/bill/103rd-congress/senate-joint-resolution/69/committees

was the resolution ever passed in a succeeding year to the best of your knowledge?


And some replies to this post:

I do not know the answer to that but I know that green step is in schools now which only makes sense. It’s green step schools now. Take a look

https://sites.google.com/umn.edu/mngreenstepschools/home


Each UN sustainability goal is to be embedded in every aspect of our lives. Yes, expect everything to come through the schools, especially areas like the comprehensive sexual education which becomes a how-to manual for our littlest kids (and all kids). It’s just inappropriate and does nothing to help our kids in poverty or our kids who are not in poverty. Honestly, to me, it is nothing more than a huge distraction that may end up with very disastrous consequences for some kids and they are not going to get any kind of education.

Then in the House side in 1993-1994, the Concurrent House Resolution was pushed by a D author and 67 cosponsors

During the 1991-1992 session, an earlier resolution was authored by the same D with 63 cosponsors. The senate did not present a resolution that year. Check out the names, folks! Some of these people are running for president.


Pelosi and Sanders, democrats, of course! So sorry but true.


And during the time of a Republican president, GHWBush.


I am saying this a lot now: the lesser of two evils is still…evil.



UPDATE: I have learnd that the Colorado bill that would wave FERPA rights also waves HIPPA rights.


Mississippi Democrats are trying to attack homeschool freedom: https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/mississippi-democrat-introduces-bill-to-force-homeschoolers-to-use-govt-approved-courses


UPDATE: I heard from friends that “mental health days” bills involving schools have also shown up in Minnesota and Colorado. I was right to guess that this was a national trend.


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

Around the world, governments are succumbing to the allure of biometric identification systems. To some extent, this may be inevitable, given the burden of demands and expectations placed on modern states. But no one should underestimate the risks these technologies pose.
Biometric identification systems use individuals’ unique intrinsic physical characteristics – fingerprints or handprints, facial patterns, voices, irises, vein maps, or even brain waves – to verify their identity. Governments have applied the technology to verify passports and visas, identify and track security threats, and, more recently, to ensure that public benefits are correctly distributed.
The Biometric Threat

https://www.zerohedge.com/technology/biometric-threat?fbclid=IwAR0dIhZZw5O45enI95nCK6roVPMMcniyfEdqIB66kI5pecg7Gak1pLlvHLs


And another post from her:

How many of you are aware of this treaty which was signed in 1972 by our wonderful government and Soviet Union

U.S. and U.S.S.R. Sign Environmental Cooperation Treaty
[U.S. State Department, Treaties and Other International Acts Series 7345 – May 23, 1972]

https://archive.epa.gov/epa/aboutepa/us-and-ussr-sign-environmental-cooperation-treaty.html?fbclid=IwAR34Q16DColUajYwP4KQQxKKf8ueqBkFiILIlTpq54SYzdCNH93Zkb0Y7sQ


And yet another post from her:

Many Americans do not realize what Washington has been plotting behind our backs. When looking at past news and present news neither told or tells what was really happening . Propaganda not only brain washes citizens but hides the truth from what was or is happening .

Here are parts of page 6 of speech which was given by Reagan June 8, 1982
“While we must be cautious about forcing the pace of change, we must not hesitate to declare our ultimate objectives and to take concrete actions to move toward them. We must be staunch in our conviction that freedom is not the sole prerogative of a lucky few, but the inalienable and universal right of all human beings. So states the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which, among other things, guarantees free elections.
“We in America now intend to take additional steps, as many of our allies have already done, toward realizing this same goal. The chairmen and other leaders of the national Republican and Democratic Party organizations are initiating a study with the bipartisan American Political Foundation to determine how the United States can best contribute — as a nation — to the global campaign for democracy now gathering force. *They will have the cooperation of congressional leaders of both parties along with representatives of business, labor and other major institutions in our society.”
“I look forward to receiving their recommendations and working with *these institutions and the Congress in the common task of strengthening democracy throughout the world*. It is time that we committed ourselves as a nation — in both the public and private sectors — to assisting democratic development.”
“At the same time, *we invite the Soviet Union to consider with us how the competition of ideas and values — which it is committed to support — can be conducted on a peaceful and reciprocal basis…* “
The task I have set forth will long outlive our own generation. But together, we, too, have come through the worst. Let us now begin a major effort to secure the best — a crusade for freedom that will engage the faith and fortitude of the next generation. For the sake of peace and justice, let us move toward a world in which all people are at last free to determine their own destiny.”

https://web.archive.org/web/20101218024341/http://iri.org/learn-more-about-iri/history/reagans-speech-parliament

The American Political Foundation that was mentioned by Reagan was a “QUANGO” – quasi-governmental organization created in 1978. It later became NED – National Endowment for Democracy..


And some replies to thsi post:

So Reagan was a traitor too? 😦


yes as all of them [name redacted]- when I state each president sets the pace for the next this is what I mean . It is sad but truthful


If that’s the case, most likely one will soon make themselves dictator for life like Xi in China (or else the office will end up more like a puppet, as something like a North American Union will start making the real decisions while the President, Congress, and the courts will pretend like they still care what we think.)


That has already begun – nothing is what we thought . Deceit is practiced every day .


Yes Reagan had some ties with some very shady people too.



Here is a post that was shared by her:

The United Kingdom has become the first Western nation to move ahead with large-scale censorship of the internet, effectively creating regulation that will limit freedom on the last frontier of digital liberty.

https://www.technocracy.news/net-censorship-kills-free-speech-in-britain/?fbclid=IwAR1B229NnpkItZYg1jmj3qHJkjGD4ePv8NNnFr3ikVpnzKu5bjUacyI_eGo


And another post shared by her:

Elon Musk is ready to start hooking up human brains to computers to provide hyper-intelligence. Who wants to be first?


And yet another post from her:

Can anyone make a guess at what this will be ??? I bet one stale doughnut it will be the necessity of going totally digital ..

The head of the IMF says global central banks and governments may need to unite to fight the economic fallout from the coronavirus.


Population control through Education? Sounds like bad news. And some of the donors to this thing are supporters of the global CSE. Also, this education and population control stuff, in addition to being tied to the Vatican and the UN, is also tied to the Gates Foundation.

Just from reading this article, I can see that this Global Education Compact, and the population control and “reproductive rights” stuff in it, is tied to the UN’S Sustainable Development Goals, much like the comprehensive sex ed stuff we’re fighting is.

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/vatican-urged-to-partner-with-top-population-controllers-on-popes-global-education-pact?fbclid=IwAR3SXAH0iel7XuatMZW9sRlYyP3UUJBOlhCv6NREXaqukGrQTWzbd1mtz6s


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:
The plan is to force the poor to sell their data to live. This is IBM’s whitepaper “Blockchain Revolution in Education and Lifelong Learing.” So far global finance has blockchained: pregnant mothers and unborn children in Tanzania, pre-k children in Cape Town, South Africa, unhoused people in Austin, early college high school students in Dallas, and high school students in Tulsa. Who’s next? Will we stand for this? AbolishBlockchainIdentity
https://www.ibm.com/downloads/cas/93DDVAKE
https://scontent-ort2-2.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/s960x960/85133549_1253083711551595_2012583904963198976_o.jpg?_nc_cat=106&_nc_ohc=51fvcuz2-l4AX-NOtVn&_nc_ht=scontent-ort2-2.xx&_nc_tp=7&oh=2cd0c3fb1dcccfa61ea0b5bdcac4bcdc&oe=5EB8761F
See assignation of digital ID at birth.

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Here is a post from the Massachusetts anti-radical sex ed group:
See what happens when we sexualize children?! This is unbelievable.
Kids in school created a game called “Molest Me Mondays”.
“That student said the inappropriate touching involved in the game often takes place in private areas of the school. Sometimes, it even involves getting followed into the bathroom, where another student will try to do inappropriate things.”
“This is just Monday, but there are more games students play throughout the week and they do get graphic.”
https://www.kxly.com/molest-me-mondays-the-disturbing-game-shaw-middle-school-parents-were-not-notified-about/?fbclid=IwAR3unbVQ1boLBRod9_J9e6Zo9YWEuDFP0Y2jz85zKvtE2_7qBoqF0XyvCBg

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And some replies to this post:
I am not one to jump into legal action but this social grooming and ignoring of sexual assault is getting so bad that if anything remotely like this happens to any of my children — I will sue — without a second thought. Sadly, that might be exactly what it takes to stop it.

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This is not an isolated problem ..I live in Massachusetts and my 13 yr. Old grandaughter was told by their principal at her school to deal with being touched by a boy and if they say anything it could be worse for her!! This is a nation wide epidemic!!
Something needs to be done to stop this kind of sex in schools. I read one school was being taught how to put condoms on the male penis..the teacher used a dildo and the student watched as their teacher demonstrate the procedure to fit the condome. There was also a picture showing this action by the teacher.

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Are the school officials trying to say that these games are only a construct of the children, and the teachers and staff have nothing to do with these events? The tone of the story seems to suggest that.

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Sources tell 4 News Now that children were playing games they called “Titty Slap Tuesdays,” “Wiener Whap Wednesdays,” “Thigh Slap Thursdays” and “Free-for-all Fridays” or “Flip Up Fridays.”
https://www.kxly.com/series-of-disturbing-games-being-played-by-students-at-shaw-middle-school/?minutetv=true

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the reporter doesn’t ask any hard questions and the school admin gets a pass. As always.
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Here is a post from an Oregon anti-Common Core group:
For those interested in more than the curriculum aspect of Common Core – Public Hearing tomorrow.
https://oregoncitizenslobby.org/healthcare/hb-4132-student-health-surveys/

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Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:
Why does it feel like I’m one of only a handful of people fighting Blockchain identity in this country? Can no one be bothered to pay the tiniest bit of attention to the infrastructure of next-gen enslavement? I’m not making this up. I wish I were.
If you are talking about Bloomberg and you are not ALSO talking about his plans to Blockchain unhoused people in Austin via “what works” “data-driven” e-government “pay for success” non-“solutions” you are missing the bigger picture.
https://mayorschallenge.bloomberg.org/ideas/austin/?fbclid=IwAR16rUZq-f0kH8dDZ23OSu9McPcbuqGwjpvSpZeBMF5LAipWnBjdHlGz7Ug

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And some replies to this post:
I think the benefits of the system are explained, but few people can spot and extrapolate the negatives far enough to be horrified. The parallel is teenagers who don’t mind being tracked by their phones because they are so focused on the benefits of their apps. It’s also very difficult to follow the narrative because there are so many players moving in so many directions. I think if there were tear sheets that broke down the issues into bullet points and provided links and a timeline, it would be a lot easier to open people’s eyes.

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Is Bloomberg also tied to ID2020 in Austin?

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I don’t believe the Austin program is part of ID2020. It’s part of his “what works” government program. https://littlesis.org/org/334204-City_of_Austin

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ID2020 also is in Austin and works with the homeless. That’s why I’m wondering if there is some kind of connection.
https://medium.com/id2020/welcome-the-city-of-austin-to-the-id2020-alliance-76b0ebe6776
The office created a proof of concept in 2018 as part of the Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Mayors Challenge. Members of the Austin Blockchain Collective, Austin’s Homelessness Advisory Committee and local social service providers proved out several components of a concept called MyPass. Through prototyping and testing, the Austin community proved that such a platform could enable access to services by homeless people in the community.
https://www.govtech.com/health/Austin-Gets-Grant-to-Explore-Blockchain-Identity-Platform.html
The MyPass project, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Pioneering Ideas in Technology and Health Grant, will create a blockchain-enabled platform that stores, secures, validates, and automatically packages personal documents, facilitating resident access to social and health services especially vital to ending homelessness, such as housing, benefits, and access to medical care.
During the one year grant period, the project team will work with clients and service providers to develop and test a minimum viable product for a blockchain-based digital platform (MyPass) that will allow people experiencing homelessness to securely and permanently store, validate, and automatically package and submit information needed to access health and social services.
Digital documents will be linked to an account accessible on any device, and a client will always retain complete ownership of personal information, even after no longer being homeless or after receiving care from providers, and will be able to remove any reference to personal data from the blockchain platform at any time.
MyPass is intended to empower clients with their own history, enable self-advocacy, and catalyze client-centered care.
How We Got to Now
Though still in its early stages, the MyPass project has a strong history with community members and partners. The project began through the Bloomberg Mayor’s Challenge Grant, which the Office of the Mayor, City of Austin Office of Innovation, Dell Medical School used to work with community members to research and develop the concept.
The culmination of this work was the Mayor’s Blockchain Challenge Hackathon held in July of 2018. Teams of designers and developers worked alongside people with lived experience of homelessness and social service provdiers to explore crucial aspects of the platform such as access, authentication, storage, privacy, automation, and the appropriateness of blockchain. By the end of the hackathon, we proved several concepts that together will form the backbone of the MyPass MVP. Though we did not receive additional funding from Bloomberg Philanthropies to contine the work, we had the validation and partnerships needed to move forward.
In June 2019 the City of Austin Innovation Office was awarded a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foudnation to develop the MyPass platform MVP. We are excited to continue working with the Austin community, as well as partners like ID2020, in helping our neighbors sercure their identity and access the servies they need. We held a kickoff workshop to start this phase of the project, and you can see our slides and note from that event here.
ID2020 will be collaborating with the City of Austin, along with the Austin Blockchain Collective, Dell Medical School, and the National Innovation Service, on developing MyPass — a blockchain-enabled digital identity platform for people experiencing homelessness. The MyPass project is funded by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

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Thank you for making the connection. I updated the file. https://littlesis.org/org/367730-MyPass

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And another post from her:
Not sure how many are familiar with the work of the late David F. Noble – specifically his research around online higher ed and his book “Digital Diploma Mills.” Much of his focus was connecting online higher ed to its predecessor, snake-oil correspondence courses managed by a number of prestigious universities, including Columbia, back in the 1920s. Michael Crow, an education advisor to merchant banking firm Ridge Lane, came to ASU by way of Columbia. Under his leadership ASU has been pushing digital higher ed in a big way. Crow is also founding board chair of In-Q-Tel, the venture capital arm of the CIA.
Among the documents cited as influencing the Learning Economy’s “blockchain / human capital / gold standard” model of education is a recent ASU white paper titled “The Trusted Learner Network: Building The Foundation.” See screenshot below. It describes the creation of an infrastructure of perpetual re-skilling where digital lockers hold a lifetime of accumulated “credentials/badges” obtained from any number of “education” or training institutions or modules or probably even video games. There is no more learn, work, retire in this world view – there is only leveling up with new “in-demand” skills (with debt attached, or income-sharing agreements).
ASU’s partner in this effort is Salesforce, a company that maintains contracts with customs and border control; is working with Ja Ma’s company Alibaba, a leader in social credit scoring and now a member of ALEC; and has developed an app (ImBlaze) to track “social competencies” for Big Picture Learning, a global work-based “progressive” high school franchise. The white paper notes that in addition to documentation of competencies, psychometric profiles and health data are to be included in the learning “wallets.”
So, what does this mean for the future of academic labor? For the future of un-restricted knowledge sharing? For the future of society as a whole?
https://uto.asu.edu/sites/default/files/general/the-trusted-learner-network-v1-3_0.pdf

Noble at UVA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuRhyclmnqc
Learning Economy’s cited research:
https://wrenchinthegears.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/learning-economy-governance-1.jpg
See Saleforce is part of this learner record program.

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And another post from her:
“And finally, MyPass can scale. The Texas Homelessness Network told us how the platform that can help a broader population state-wide.”
http://projects.austintexas.io/projects/mypass-digital-identity/about/overview/?fbclid=IwAR2WIYDEyiVw2n2o2MsobRB8nWu4SxaRRKkjoF-_AA_IdOJiX2W4BYr_Z5k

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And some replies to this post:
I wonder if the other cities that Bloomberg picked are also tied to ID2020 or WILL be in the near future:
https://qz.com/1212566/bloomberg-philanthropies-selected-35-us-cities-to-test-ideas-for-solving-their-most-pressing-challenges/

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There are so, so many.

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I was just reading about MyPass last night!
https://www.frbsf.org/community-development/publications/special/what-counts-harnessing-data-for-americas-communities/

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Of course the SF Fed is all over that!

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Bloomberg appears to be tied to the opioid prevention (according to some of the articles I’ve read) and also, though I cannot, YET, tie him or his philantrophy to it, I CAN tie blockchain to that too:
https://www.physiciansweekly.com/ibm-walmart-merck-in/
https://www.healthcareitnews.com/news/blockchain-being-put-work-ibm-intel-cdc-combat-opioid-epidemic
Other proposals include that of Cary, North Carolina, which wants to combat opioid abuse by testing a system for measuring the concentration of opioid metabolites in sewage. The system would map out real-time opioid consumption and enable proactive, neighborhood-based interventions.
What gets me, according to this UN document here, is that for the SDGs, supposedly they are planning on LIFTING a bunch of restrictions on drug use (so people can get the help they need). So why they are saying that while going after opioid use, I cannot yet figure out:
https://www.unodc.org/documents/ungass2016/Contributions/Civil/Health_Poverty_Action/HPA_SDGs_drugs_policy_briefing_WEB.pdf


The pay for success profit model is managed misery. They want people to be managed in their addiction, but not cured. The more people who end up needing addiction treatment, the larger their supply of impact investment raw material. Those in power would rather not pay to incarcerate people anymore. Now they can use IoT tracking to create digital jails and force people to behaviorally comply the the pathways the social work navigators put them on.
Also, the more people who are incapacitated due to drug addiction the harder it is to organize sustained resistance to this agenda.

It will be VERY hard to organize resistance to their agenda once they fully have it entrenched. I see that they are pushing to have practically every supply chain put into blockchain. Supposedly it’s to “reduce waste” but I suspect that they REALLY mean to use it to control everything and limit access to supplies. Also, if they have everything in a blockchain, then any black market stuff made to get around their system will get seized as being black market as they’ll know it wasn’t from their system. And they’re also moving to get around another means of resistance: cash. There’s tons of central banks, including ours, moving to go toward digital currencies (possibly stablecoin). The US market isn’t that great already and the Federal Reserve is pumping money into the system to “put sawdust on the engine” (that’s a reference to Matilda, where Harry Wormwood would put sawdust in the engines and other parts of the old bad cars to make them run smoothly for a few miles to make them look good when they were really bad). And that coronavirus is hurting the supply chain too. They sent all those jobs to China in manufacturing, and now loads of factories are being disrupted by workers being out for the virus. Stocks are taking a tumble. And this will play right into the hands of those that want digital currencies.
My worst fear is that the blockchains of currency, healthcare, education, workforce, etc will all be put onto one giant ledger and we’ll have to be tracked on all of that or else they’ll cut off supplies to us. I fear eventually they’re going to inject it into us and make it a form of ID. They’re making national IDs all over the place with Real ID and ID2020. My fear is eventually they will come up with a global ID.

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Yes. I do believe that is the end game, which is why global solidarity among all people affected is a priority.

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And yet another post from her:

Take a dissident stance. Don’t allow the knowledge you acquire and share to be “proven,” its value “quantified” on Blockchain. This is a surveillance education model that will underpin human capital commodities trading. https://www.linkedin.com/in/frankismartinez/


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

https://www.yahoo.com/finance/m/9fc43a68-6f16-3ccf-9a2e-11bbcf82ca1a/mastercard-is-pioneering-new.html


Looks like the University of Utah is handing out sexual pleasure packs for Valentines Day: https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2020/02/14/university-of-utah-offers-students-sexual-pleasure-packs-for-valentines-day/


I found this post on the page of Patrick Wood of Technocracy:

Now that Brexit is behind him, Britain’s PM Boris Johnson is leading the charge into Green New Deal transformation of England.

https://www.technocracy.news/boris-johnson-unleashes-green-hell-on-post-brexit-britain/?fbclid=IwAR0G7w2tdHOqGgW7Sb5SXAQsjEPNW49f1McFHE5Cx2VIAH4EDOk65qKPp60


And a reply to this post:

No surprise. Now lets look at who his really “Boss” is and who he has taken an oath to and it was not the English people just as when Justin Trudeau became Prime Minister of Canada he did not take an oath to protect and serve the Canadian people but the Queen and her Heirs.
Queen Elizabeth is not much in control Charles is and he has been pushing Agenda 21/2030 aka Green New Deal since 1972- Rio Earth Summit 1992 when it went into full gear under Clinton and they have been pushing it hard ever since.
People need to out Charles and the UN and their cohorts for what they are really up to which is this one world Liberal government as Biden called it when he gave a speech in why they need control of Canada so much.
They installed Trudeau and Obama made sure to keep him there.
Boris was part of the Clinton Global Initiative when he was the Mayor of London and I doubt he is independent of them now. They have control of Scotland and Ireland. New Zealand and Australia and Canada.
Commonwealth countries..
They are buried in all levels of governments and even if you want to fight them it is a daunting task.



After hearing Alison, among others, mention the Trilateral Commisson and them being somehow tied to all of this globalist mess, I asked a friend of mine if she knew more about it and she gave me this link: https://www.technocracy.news/trilateral-commission-the-secret-circle-that-controls-governments/


It seems that the Democrats have stuck Green New Deal, which is really UN SDG legislation fro “climate change” in the guise of a US-created bill, material inside of infrastructure spending: https://www.technocracy.news/house-sneaks-green-new-deal-spending-into-infrastructure-framework/


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

Alex Newman is a journalist – This is an interview of Grindall61 interviewing Alex Newman


Here is a post from the Utah anti-Common Core group:

My son is having to complete a packet for the ACT test. It’s asking what his parents make in a year. There’s no option to decline answering the question. Is this common?


And some replies to this post:

they do not have to answer surveys
and yes it is common unfortunately


You don’t have to answer. just skip any personal stuff.
Of course they get you when the scholarships require you to fill out the FAFSA. It’s such a racket.


I’ve had my kids skip this and leave it all blank- one teacher tried to give my son a failing grade and I had to calm the counselor and tell them that our personal info is not allowed to go to ACT


He was told he HAD to fill it all out. He just picked random answers, because how many kids actually know what their parents make a year? Lame.


I would call the school and ask about it. It’s actually a violation of state law to ask a student about their parent’s income level without prior written parental consent.



And another post form this group:

I want you to listen to the entire debate that happened today on HB114. I want you to note that, at no point, was the Math Benchmark Assessment in K-3rd grade mentioned. https://le.utah.gov/av/floorArchive.jsp?markerID=109467
Now I know why they added a new required state assessment to a bill with a multi-million dollar teacher training program. It’s easier to pass with absolutely no discussion on whether or not we should be adding more state tests….
Link to the bill (check the votes by clicking the Status tab): https://le.utah.gov/~2020/bills/static/HB0114.html


Here is a post from the Washington anti-radical sex ed page:

OSPI wants your input! Or at least they think they do 😏

Go to their Facebook page now!
Comment and let them know how you feel about Superintendent of Public Instruction, Chris Reykdahl’s goals for passing Comprehensive Sexuality Education and School Based Health Center bills.

SB 5395 – Sexual Health Education
HB 2288 – Authorization to lease space for SBHC
SB 6563 – Authorization to lease space for SBHC
HB 2184 – Sexual Health Education
HB 2708 – Creates workgroup to govern SBHC
SB 6279 – Expanding SBHC


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

I am sure Robert Pastor is clapping in his grave after all this was one agenda he was pushing for years… Remember he is the so called Father of the North American Union who wanted Real ID… The ultimate goal of course would be to have RFID chips with the REAL ID number on the chip embedded in the skin at birth.

Congress adopted the Real ID Act as a security measure following the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Some states have opened extra offices to handle demand, extended hours, launched publicity campaigns or posted quizzes to help people assess if they need one or have another form of identification that will be accepted.

https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/alaska-rural-living-complicates-access-154307588.html____-

And another post from her:

REAL ID incorporates technologies that will allow government to track and monitor holders of REAL ID compliant identification cards. In addition to the problems of privacy invasion and increased identity theft risks, federal control over ID standards — which tramples state rights — eases the path to creating a North American ID card and database for citizens of the developing North American Union.


I am not the only one who saw the evil in Real ID… Thank God ..


Here is a post from the Massachusetts anti-radical sex ed group:

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT

We are not alone here in MA. Read this story out of Scotland. Graphic and pornographic comprehensive sexuality education is being taught not only all over our country, but all over the world. Knowing that we are not alone is not much of a comfort, when we begin to realize just how pervasive the sexualization of children through public education has become.

Parents and every concerned citizen, we MUST respond. We have a chance to make a difference here in MA. Although CSE has not been mandated by law in MA yet like it has been in CA, it is already being taught in many school districts across our state.

Hear me. We MUST speak up. Many proponents of CSE are either closely related to the LGBTQ lobby or activists for the lobby themselves. As a result, people are afraid to speak up for fear of being labeled a hater or for fear of retribution. We MUST stop being afraid. Opposing the sexualization of children is not hate. Most reasonable people agree that adults are free to make their own choices regarding sex and gender. However, adults are NOT free to sexualize children, whether they are a part of the LGBTQ community or not.

Do not be silenced. Do not be afraid. But if you are afraid, it’s okay, still speak up. Because the health and well-being of our children is at stake.

Find out what is happening in your school district and act. Submit a post on MIP to network with other concerned parents in your community. Invite other concerned parents to your house to meet and brainstorm ways you can respond together. Schedule MIP to come and do a parent information meeting for your community. Invite your like-minded friends to join MIP.

We can’t leave this fight to someone else. This is everybody’s fight. We must protect our children. Let’s do it together.

“Now, under the SNP Scottish Government’s new policy, the mood has shifted dramatically to include discussions on genres of pornography (lesbian, interracial, facial); utilising porn in masturbation; paying for a prostitute; oral and anal sex.”

“Last year The Times reported that in Scotland there was a breath-taking 80% increase in four to ten-year-olds being referred with gender identity issues.”

“Mr Lucas asked Mr Swinney if he would endorse materials which promote such horrors as: licking of the anus; anal sex illustrated by dipping a banana into a jar of Nutella; and, porn genres including facial ejaculation.
The SNP’s number two accepted that there was “some sensitive material covered” but claimed the contents were age appropriate, stating:
“They’re promoting nothing … I repeat my commendation for the materials.”
So, there you have it: the SNP Scottish Government has no intention of resiling from its harmful and corrupting national indoctrination of our children.”

http://www.thehighlandtimes.com/news/2020/01/30/they%E2%80%99re-coming-for-our-kids/


And another post from this group:

Coming to your hometown

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/nbcblk/6-year-old-girl-was-committed-mental-health-facility-without-n1137376?fbclid=IwAR3nsu2v1BCTCTGHKcYb0r7yPTPRSVElr4EqC-lN3XyoULiiwTeoi9nJ0HY


And some replies to this post:

This is not ok. Now, this child will have this memory for the rest of her life!!


They “Baker Act”-ed my elderly vetern father when he went to his doctor’s office (who had been arrested and put in jail for FRAUD)…and he got upset about not having access to his medical records. He said he was treated HORRIBLY by this “prison guard” medical characters who told them several times a day that if they spoke out or failed to follow orders…they’d never see the light of day.



Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

2016 Tradoc Mad Scientist Conference on MegaCity Urban Warfare at Arizona State University. Michael Crow, ASU president is education advisor to Ridge Lane and board chair of In-Q-Tel, the venture capital arm of the CIA.


Here is a post on the wall of a friend of mine:

Here comes the next, and perhaps the most effective, excuse for excellerating the push for a cashless global world…

https://apple.news/ApmboaXalTV2D-M_XzluMVQ?fbclid=IwAR2AkEhy2dUdsUr3NwHH74Ix8M2feLDzkU6lt3iHUtS3Vq-qLJ7gi2JXRPs


And some replies to this post:

I 100% agree – I had a deep feeling this was the Order Out Of Chaos agenda ..


The question is who will strike first, China or the U.S.? I think Trump will try to upend China’s foray into the realm of digital currency.


I think so too , – Ripple who has been a huge instigator in this digital currency has held meetings with 50 central banks including China. Ripple’s Chris Larsen is member of a advisory board of International Monetary Fund- Ripple’s Ryan Zagone is a member of the Federal Reserve Fast Track Payment advisory board and he also is a member of a Better Than Cash Alliance advisory board . Better Than Cash Alliance is connected to the UN .. When People’s Bank of China began to mention developing a digital currency this when I noticed Mark Carney Bank of England and the Federal Reserve began to really put a bigger effort into a digital currency . Ripple has also held meetings at the White House .. As I have stated I know over and over Clinton began the push to Reinvent America Through Technology during his administration , Bush pushed electronic health care filing, Obama supported financial technology during his administration which many are not aware of and then tRump takes up where Obama left off .. Keep watch on what is called Stakeholder Capitalism Ivanka tRump and Marc Benioff are working together on this project as well as what is called ” work force policy” … At the CES2020 quoting Ivanka ” “We need to harness technology and data to enable people to have their information in their iPhone,” she said, listing high school degrees, health records and on-the-job skills such as CPR for what she called the “resume of the future.” Before tRump was elected Jared Kushner was a big player in what is Urbanland Institute this too is connected to the United Nations .. I hope I did not bore you with this . I just want to stress to every one each president sets the pace for the next one .

one more thing I want to tell you Stakeholder Capitalism will have United Nations Sustainable Development goals attached to it . Stakeholder Capitalism is connected to Lynn de Rothschild Inclusive Capitalism – The first meeting was held in 2014 United Kingdom Bill Clinton was a guest speaker as well as Prince Charles . Lynn de Rothschild spoke at Marc Benioff;s Dreamforce 2017 …. Are you seeing connections ?



I posted this:

What is this Social Determinants Accelerator Act
(H.R. 4004) and why do groups like StriveTogether want it passed? I know it has something to do with Medicaid and healthcare, but I fear it’s got lots of data mining and tracking if the following guys are involved:

Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors
Acelero Learning
Aligning for Health
AMGA
America Forward
American Hospital Association
America’s Essential Hospitals
America’s Health Insurance Plans
America’s Promise Alliance
Association of American Medical Colleges
Association for Behavioral Health and Wellness
Aurora Institute
Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
CareSource
Children’s Hospital Association
Citizen Schools
City Year Inc.
The Community Transportation Association of America
Corporation for Supportive Housing
Council on Social Work Education
Early Learning Alliance
Enterprise Community Partners
Forum for Youth Investment
Green & Healthy Homes Initiative
GreenLight Fund
Healthcare Leadership Council
iMentor
Institute for Child Success
KidSucceed LLC
Let’s Grow Kids
LIFT, Inc
Local Initiatives Support Coalition
Lutheran Services in America
Maycomb Capital Community Outcomes Fund
Medical Group Management Association
National Alliance on Mental Illness
National Association of Accountable Care Organizations
National Association of Area Agencies on Aging
National Association of Counties
National Association of Social Workers
National Coalition on Health Care
National League of Cities
New Profit
New Teacher Center
Nonprofit Finance Fund
Nurse-Family Partnership
Pacific Business Group on Health
Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease
Primary Care Collaborative
Project Evident
Quantified Ventures
REDF
Results for America
Roca
Share Our Strength
Single Stop
SNP Alliance
Social Finance
Springboard Collaborative
StriveTogether
Third Sector
Trust for America’s Health
URAC
Wyman Center
YMCA of the USA

http://aligningforhealth.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/SDAA-Letter-of-Support-House-Jan-2020-2.pdf?fbclid=IwAR27qH9A1DfEwIJ89tJf7RNH7SMG9McrCOhb6rz_oAivstcK5aDAf0ZSQCA

I see that Trump mentioned a Medicaid block grant. Is that tied to this?

https://www.commoncorediva.com/2020/02/06/what-connections/

This bill smells like Sustainable Development!


I received the following replies from friends of mine. The first reply was concerning the Mediciad block grant being tied to the bill StriveTogether supported

yes


Oh geez. Very bad indeed! you know there’s a UN guy on the Strive board, right?

https://www.strivetogether.org/bio/tony-pipa/


Social determinants says that all parents are bad and will hold children back. This is what they use in Minnesota to try to coerce legislators to put all infants in school.



I found this post in the Utah anti-Common Core group in response to an article about the girl committed to a mental health center for two days and given anti-psychotic medicine without parental consent in Florida:

If Eliason’s mental health bill passes in the Legislature this year, Utah will get the same experience. Already, the good Representative has proven he does not care for parental consent to obtain data. His conscience says he is to “save” children regardless of Constitutional rights, because he believes Government needs to be responsible for your children’s lives.
Remember what Melissa Harris-Perry said “We have to get rid of this notion that children belong to their parents.”


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

Finally getting around to putting Bloomberg into LittleSis. Wow, there’s a lot of stuff folks are not yet talking about that has serious implications for fin-tech’s “smart” UN SDG police state agenda.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikebloomberg/?fbclid=IwAR2vtC55mfUC9NOnb79-3NOlQbk8IWUl6GHi16JrFdhufyYsPuwPzOnPTTU

I totally forgot he was behind creation of Microsoft’s Domain Awareness System.

Notable – Bloomberg’s undergraduate degree at Johns Hopkins was in electrical engineering.

Bloomberg got his Harvard MBA then worked for Salomon Brothers from 1966-1981. The company was known for innovation in bond markets. “During the 1980s, Salomon was noted for its innovation in the bond market, selling the first mortgage-backed security, a hitherto obscure species of financial instrument created by Ginnie Mae.”

I had not really thought about Bloomberg, Inc. as a data analytics company. It makes sense that the rise of his company providing online content should coincide with the rise of ed-tech. “Through Bloomberg Law, Bloomberg Government, Bloomberg New Energy Finance and Bloomberg BNA, the company provides data, news and analytics to decision makers in industries beyond finance.”

The first Bloomberg Terminal to compile market data analytics 1982. I suspect that is where his background in electrical engineering came in. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bloomberg_Terminal
That was the beginning – combined with Domain Awareness System. F*uck.
“Sites and sources of resistance and compliance to this social order are conveyed through all digital activities and devices, connected to the sophisticated surveillance technologies of artificial intelligence as part of the ever expanding “Internet of Things.” More disturbingly, all of these integrated “data mining” activities are increasingly feeding financial speculation and derivative (bet) markets.”
“First, the machine is structurally entwined with the interests of the most powerful and violent nation-states, particularly the United States. Second, any meaningful disruptions of the machine will crash the global economy.”

“The fund invests for financial return and chooses its investments independently, without preference for companies who have or want a relationship with Bloomberg. It is focused broadly on the future of work, and is inspired by Bloomberg as a template for startups — founded on a powerful idea, bringing transparency to markets, achieving global scale, with a strong and open culture that embraces technology, led by its founders for decades.” https://www.bloomberg.com/company/beta/

What works cities was a way to advance these cybernetic systems across the nation. He also launched Cornell-Tech on Roosevelt Island with the small data lab and was the World Health Organization liaison for non-communicable diseases (chronic illness). He intends to literally engineer society. All of the brutality on the streets and in the classrooms of Black neighborhoods in NYC were just the warm-up. We have to figure out how to talk to people about the ways social determinants of health are being weaponized. He owns Johns Hopkins Public Health and they are tied to Stewards of Change / National Interoperability Collaborative. Even if he doesn’t win, he’s not turning his back on those plans. Damn it all – an electrical engineer to boot.


And another post from her:

If you weren’t sure when I said the UN SDGs were set to channel global capital into IoT-ICT “non-solutions” that will deploy big-data “smart” surveillance to generate social impact profits for fin-tech predators, see what Michael Bloomberg has been up to over at the UN for the past few years. Um, yeah.

United Nations
Special Envoy for Climate Action
Dates Employed: Mar 2018 – Nov 2019
As the Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Climate Action, Mike Bloomberg supports the action of global cities, states and regions, businesses and investors, and civil society to accelerate progress on climate change.

Special Envoy for Cities and Climate Change to the Secretary-General
Dates Employed: Jan 2014 – Mar 2018
As Special Envoy for Cities and Climate Change, Mike Bloomberg assisted the Secretary-General in his consultations with mayors and related key stakeholders to drive cities to take action on climate change.”


And yet another post from her:

The scaling of “what works” cities and digital behaviorism makes a lot more sense once you realize Bloomberg is selling municipal data analytics that will inform hedge fund bets. It is social engineering at a scale most people simply cannot fathom. He has a new venture capital fund investing in the “future of work.”

Michael Bloomberg
Founder and CEO
Company Name: Bloomberg LP
Dates Employed: 2014 – Present

Bloomberg, the global business and financial information and news leader, gives influential decision makers a critical edge by connecting them to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas. The company’s strength – delivering data, news and analytics through innovative technology, quickly and accurately – is at the core of the Bloomberg Terminal. Bloomberg’s enterprise solutions build on the company’s core strength: leveraging technology to allow customers to access, integrate, distribute and manage data and information across organizations more efficiently and effectively.


And some replies to this post:

Waiting to see if he might have a relationship with Lamont and Dalio…hmmm


They are working together on OceanX. Not sure how that relates to expanding oceanic mining operations.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/kathleenchaykowski/2018/10/29/ray-dalio-and-michael-bloomberg-commit-185-million-to-protect-the-oceans/#3cf6fe4b5991


I did not know he is putting his money into preserving the earths oceans. That puts Bloomberg in a whole new light for me. Compared to the alternatives…this is the most important issue on earth. This is the first of his kind that I know of who is not pushing life on this planet to a quick extinction. No matter what else he has done, this redeems him. I will be watching! My only reservation is whether it is too little too late and a token gesture to win folks like myself over. Need to research his lifestyle and other initiatives to see if he is just throwing out a bone for political purposes. On the other hand, what other politician has put his/her money and priority on the environmental crisis that is threatening life itself!


It’s not true sustainability. My guess is that it is about generating data sets. He is not to be trusted. He is a very, very evil man.

This is about oceanic colonization by the billionaire class. http://www.oceanx.org/about/



Now Mastercard is trying to identify people by heartbeats: https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2020/02/17/mastercard-wants-to-identify-you-by-your-heartbeat-veins/?fbclid=IwAR08n0bqXekHVOzO0FDVMZjo3pzyi43bAIB3kMj_bPWc10e1Sgd9Rbq6v9U


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

Did any of you agreed to this in 2009???? I certainly did not

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/5050407/US-backing-for-world-currency-stuns-markets.html?fbclid=IwAR1tnAuyxdY_SPDLkSuL7DSyyflp6iANnp38VPl0LtfSjbcmYG3t6VF3F_w


And yet another post from her:

28 October 2009
Mikhail Gorbachev arrives in Amsterdam to participate in Club of Rome conference
The Club of Rome has opened a two-day conference in Amsterdam today. Among the speakers are honorary members: former Russian president Mikhail Gorbachev, former Dutch prime minister Ruud Lubbers and Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands.

The club, which was set up in 1968 to discuss sustainability, is meeting ahead of the Climate Conference in Denmark in December.

The club’s chairperson Ashok Khosla says the Denmark conference will be useless if climate change is the only issue on the agenda. He says the economic crisis and the loss of biodiversity need to be discussed as well.

At the meeting, Dutch Environment Minister Jacqueline called for an end to the expansion of agricultural land across the globe. She says technology and investment could save wastage. More efficient methods could improve harvests by 40 percent.

Before the meeting, the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency called on Western countries to avert a climate crisis by bringing down their CO2 emissions. The agency suggests this could partly be done by cutting meat consumption. This would save 16 million square kilometres of agricultural land, an area the size of Russia.

Every year, the Club of Rome brings together scientists, politicians and business people to discuss issues like pollution, the exhaustion of natural resources and the growth of the world population. The population is predicted to exceed nine billion by 2050.

In a report in 1972, the club warned that population growth will reach its limit in 2050. It stated that there will only be enough natural resources to go round if humans drastically change their lifestyles.
https://www.gorby.ru/en/presscenter/publication/show_26968/


And yet another post from her:

Our Mission is to encourage both thinking and action toward a sustainable earth. In so doing, we recognize that all phenomena and problems are interrelated. Based upon research, investigation, experience, and innovation from within our group as well as from around the world, we will present findings to leaders, governments, civil society, and the general public in hopes of creating paradigm shifts that will promote altering actions and policies toward the planet as well as sustainability of life on earth. In our individual work, lives and writings, we enact these insights into a better future for the human race.

http://www.usacor.org/about/index.html?fbclid=IwAR0tvP9182vCQzeUNHnS_lceUjtDEhnmfzq6kPt3WLQV1TPIN30wlLFEmX8


And yet another post from her:

Club of Madrid is a branch of Club of Rome – We have even have a USA Club of Rome which the Bush boys were members of …..


Looks like ATF is making moves toward national gun registry: https://www.ammoland.com/2020/02/atf-proposes-make-national-gun-registry-easier/#axzz6EEISiU4V


Here is a post from The Strident Conservative:

When it comes to the spread of socialism, Trump and the GOP have launched a campaign of fearmongering and deception on the topic in a desperate attempt to save the party in November. Now, I’m not saying socialism isn’t a serious threat to liberty and America’s survival; one need look no further than the rise of Bernie Sanders and the growing… [ 620 more words ]


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

Both sides, people – both sides are playing the same game against you


Here is a post from a Nevada anti-Common Core group:

Remember when my youngest was one of the two out of a thousand students who opted out of testing? Yet one of his teachers refused to acknowledge my requests? They put him in the office without class work for the entire week and then marked him absent. That should tell you everything. This is terrifying.


Here is a link I received from the Utah anti-Common Core group about the Utah mental health bill: https://www.fox13now.com/news/local-news/students-in-utah-could-undergo-mental-health-assessments-under-new-bill-in-the-legislature


Looks like Illinois has a bill to fingerprint FOID card applicants: https://www.northernpublicradio.org/post/illinois-state-police-supports-fingerprinting-foid-applicants?fbclid=IwAR1LrPs3kH1QV6QG5mXAwi_IPqHRwiWTdz1S5r4mRMJ5LiDeqlW-rrwQ1EU


Here is a post from someone from Indiana:

URGENT ACTION NEEDED!

HB1283 is scheduled to be heard in the Senate Education Committee tomorow at 1:30pm.

This will further cement the SEL programs across our state.

The committee members are listed in the comments. Please call them at 800-382-9841 and tell them to vote “No” on HB1283.

http://iga.in.gov/legislative/2020/bills/house/1283?fbclid=IwAR1XRENE6eO3gkr0-fQOrIaDFbZzDqAGlfCYtuN8IlqKangjSnN1IAbCffQ#document-c2b308cb


And another post from her:

I am a teacher who was just fired for standing up for parental rights. Please help me by spreading this video and bring awareness to the indoctrination of children.


Here is a post from a friend of mine from Minnesota:

Nanny State. $30M in 2021 for the government to tell you exactly how you will raise your child and what medical treatments you and your child will receive.


Here is a post from someone from Washington:

School Based Health Centers will be coming to your local school district if these bills pass.

Our legislature wants to begin the process of implementing School Based Health Centers (SBHC) in every school district here in WA state.

While some districts here in WA have these facilities already, the bills introduced below lay the foundation and groundwork to expand them into every school district across the state.
Districts will partner with local medical groups to have these full-service medical clinics operate within their schools.

Here are the bills below.
Please click on the link to read the bill, and go to “Comment on this Bill”. You can leave your 3 legislators a message there.

SB 6563 – Creating statutory authorization for school-based health centers

HB 2708 – Establishing a work group on school-based health centers

SB 6279 – Expanding school-based health centers

SB 6416 – Providing telehealth services to schools

HB 2562 – Providing telehealth services to schools

One win we have so far, is HB 2288.
This one has been pulled!
HB 2288 – Authorization to lease space for school based health clinics SBHC
“We just got HB2288, School Based Health Centers, removed from the exec list in committee. This had the possibility for some unintended consequences- especially after it was amended.”

The legislature’s goal with all of these, is to “improve student well-being”, by providing “mental, medical and dental services for students.”
We have seen here in WA and other states that these clinics provide so much more.

This is all on the heels of a new health insurance law that passed last year, and went into effect this year.
Here is an update from Regence in regards to what you – the parent – are allowed to (not)know about your child’s health:

“Let’s say you’re a parent who calls Customer Service, and you have a question about your 14-year-old child’s medication for anxiety. Starting Jan. 1, 2020, you will not be able to receive any information unless your child has authorized our customer service professionals to share it. Anxiety is considered a sensitive condition because it falls under mental health care.“

https://www.regence.com/member/washington-state-privacy-bill

Here’s another article:
“A 2019 Washington State Senate bill, 5889, just kicked into place on Jan. 1. If your children are 13 or older, they can withhold medical information about “sensitive conditions” from you, the parent. As a listener showed us, Regence Blue Shield’s website lays it all out, but it’s all insurance companies that have to abide by the new health insurance law now.”

So, beginning at age 13, your child can have access to medical procedures and interventions, have medications prescribed and counseling services, while they’re at school during the day… all without your knowledge or consent.
But you – the parent – will get a bill in the mail for services rendered, not knowing what services you’re paying for since it’s confidential….

Many other states have piloted these. Colorado, New York, California, to name a few….

Should our public schools be turned into medical clinics?

Is it right to have parents completely removed from all knowledge of their child’s mental health and physical wellbeing?

How many millions will this cost you, the taxpayer, to implement?

If you don’t think this is the direction Washington should be going in:
1) Comment on the bills above
2) Call the Legislative Hotline @ 1-800-562-6000
3) Call the offices of your 3 elected officials, and let them know what you think about these.


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

That feeling when out-of-touch suburban moms insist you use a polite tone debating a cyber-hedge-fund-predator advancing blockchain digital enslavement of their children. “If you just said it “nicer” we’d be more likely to listen….” D*amn how do you say any of this nicely? You can’t.

https://www.newswire.com/news/learning-machine-moves-into-us-k-12-credentialing-with-union-public-20862253?fbclid=IwAR3jDvuhPoZmJuKpdDL21SOI0tGWtfqXhFCdFWCrI3FydP723hsEPeWtO2U

I insist on running in and kicking the doors open. I get a person to state openly that the plan is to blockchain children as global data commodities for hedge fund speculation and multiple parents ask ME to just simmer down and be nice – no comment on what the perpetrator is doing. Thank god for the Wet’suwet’en women out there as a guidepost. I do despair these days a lot.


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

Developing : The Agriculture Department is preparing to announce on Thursday a goal to cut farming’s environmental footprint in half by 2050 while still drastically increasing the sector’s productivity. Will focus on research, innovation and improving USDA’s ability to collect data on farmers’ conservation practices


Here is a post from the Minnesota anti-Common Core group:

“Great Start” Expands in Dakota County and affiliates
HUGE Government System going into place which controls parents and children prenatally. Anyone getting to their County Commission meetings? We need you!!

SF 3061 brings a “Great Start for ALL Minnesota Children”-like system to the COUNTY LEVEL. Authors: Abeler, Hoffman. Companion: HF 3311. Existing law is being amended.

We reported last year that Dakota County is building a huge database to collect information on every pregnant mother and child, from birth to 8 years old. Centered around developmental milestones, home visits will encourage government services if your child misses a milestone or question your house keeping or parenting skills. What happens if you refuse government suggestions??? We don’t know. We are building a huge government system at the beginning of life.

PLEASE NOTE the Help Me Grow system of home visiting is working in Dakota!

https://www.co.dakota.mn.us/HealthFamily/Parenting/EarlyChildhoodDevelopment/Pages/default.aspx

Birth to Eight Initiative


And another post from this group:

HAPPENING in OKLAHOMA! Oklahoma now has a Great Start bill, too!!
HB 3539 — STATE CONTROL of YOUNGER CHILDREN
What is happening behind the public view ——-

In an expansion of “BIG GOVERNMENT” the state control over early childhood continues to grow. Now a bill that would divert tax dollars to ONLY those early childhood facilities that comply with the state curriculum has passed out of committee and will go to the House floor for a vote. How can that happen? What does that mean?

3 Star Early Childhood Centers are the only ones which can receive the funds. 3 Stars mean that the center is complying fully with the states’ curriculum and includes whatever the state adds — such as social emotional learning standards, attitudes, values, beliefs, mental health intervention etc. What is pushed by the State Department of Education under Superintendent Hofmeister is being carried down to children from Birth – Preschool in the 3 Star Centers.

To get 3 Stars – Wonderful, caring and trusted early childhood directors are being forced to comply with the State Department of Human Services and allied State Department of Education rules and regulations that cover all aspects of child care and education. Folks this is dangerous and scary! It is real. You can see the danger of the wild animal with its teeth bared but this invisible danger is coming in behind the view of the public

So when you hear that HB 3539 is a great thing for parents…. for child care….. for education…. think again! The bill passed out of Committee yesterday with 6 voting for it and 2 against. It is another ESA Education Savings Account bill but this time it goes for children from birth and puts the STATE in CONTROL of YOUNG CHILDREN!

And the post that was quoted:

HB 3539 — STATE CONTROL of YOUNGER CHILDREN
What is happening behind the public view ——-

In an expansion of “BIG GOVERNMENT” the state control over early childhood continues to grow. Now a bill that would divert tax dollars to ONLY those early childhood facilities that comply with the state curriculum has passed out of committee and will go to the House floor for a vote. How can that happen? What does that mean?

3 Star Early Childhood Centers are the only ones which can receive the funds. 3 Stars mean that the center is complying fully with the states’ curriculum and includes whatever the state adds — such as social emotional learning standards, attitudes, values, beliefs, mental health intervention etc. What is pushed by the State Department of Education under Superintendent Hofmeister is being carried down to children from Birth – Preschool in the 3 Star Centers.

To get 3 Stars – Wonderful, caring and trusted early childhood directors are being forced to comply with the State Department of Human Services and allied State Department of Education rules and regulations that cover all aspects of child care and education. Folks this is dangerous and scary! It is real. You can see the danger of the wild animal with its teeth bared but this invisible danger is coming in behind the view of the public

So when you hear that HB 3539 is a great thing for parents…. for child care….. for education…. think again! The bill passed out of Committee yesterday with 6 voting for it and 2 against. It is another ESA Education Savings Account bill but this time it goes for children from birth and puts the STATE in CONTROL of YOUNG CHILDREN!

HB 3539 — http://webserver1.lsb.state.ok.us/cf_pdf/2019-20%20INT/hB/HB3539%20INT.PDF


And some replies to this post:

Wow this is interesting. I was a director for La petite and KinderCare 2010-2013 back then Stars had nothing to do with curriculum. It was all about health, safety and developmentally appropriate practice.


yes….. so many entities that started out well have been changed/transformed with the political agenda of “reform”. This is one thing that makes it so hard for people to see because they know from their own experience what something is but do not see that it is now being used as a “vehicle” for the “reform”. The transform to the top-down compliance system is getting all of the entities involved in education “locked in” to place. I call this hi-jacking.


They’re closing down private home-daycares and mandating federal curriculum for children.

Did Oklahoma take RttT-ELC grant money?


Here is the most recent Federal Early Childhood money in Okla. https://www.okschoolreadiness.org/…/Preschool…


this bill is definitely going to drive people to the highly controlled centers which will use federal curriculum.


the ELC ended in 2017 and in that last report on the states that participated Okla. is not listed with the others so I don’t think we had it. I think our early childhood was already developed past the point of building the foundation which that aimed at. We have Kaiser Family Foundation here which has put millions into early childhood and is behind the Educare system here.


New Horizons is headquartered in Plymouth, MN, a suburb of Minneapolis. The CEO is giving nice sums of money to our House Republican Campaign fund. The agenda is to put all children from birth into public schools, head start and a corporate chain childcare all under the QRIS system.


yes…. QRIS – Quality Rating and Improvement System….. just another Outcomes Measurement system. We know this is “needed” to code and enter data easily, track and report “improvement or growth”. The investors get paid in the social impact bond profits per growth in measured outcomes. The same thing we see all around in education.


Yep! These programs are nothing more than investments on the backs of kids. Enslave the kids into all these programs, then the investors get their human capital money.


and even before they figured out the social impact bond scheme….. just getting the control of our education system to use it for global job training was a big financial incentive for the global corporations who came to the table to get the legislation and funding done.


this bill would send money to Educare and shut out many other day care centers.


At this point it seems to me that when babies are born we oughta just sign them all over to DHS because they know better than anybody else how to raise your children. Keep in mind many of them don’t have children but believe me they’re the smartest mo- foes around when it comes to telling you how to raise your children. We can turn the kids over at birth, get the visitation schedule and the child support order all before being discharged from the hospital.


You paint a vivid picture of what is happening. Beyond the heads and assistants of these departments (DHS) is an army of 20 and 30 years olds. They typically send a 25 year old to testify at the Capitol here. They read scripts.


they are truly the Gestapo.


you are exactly right. The DHS and the SDE working hand-in-hand and following a plan laid out in writing by Hillary Clinton’s work group including David Rockefeller and Marc Tucker with the National Center for Education and the Economy (Carnegie founded). The plan was read into the Congressional record by Bob Schaffer who was a Representative from Colorado at that time. Their own words are that it is a plan from “Cradle to Grave”.


people dont believe the stories . . .until it happens to them. I know a reporter who is hesitant to do stories because hes in fear they will take his kids. That is not an unfounded fear in my opinion.


so now we will let the SEL Social Emotional Learning with testing and labeling come in which will accelerate direct referrals to DHS which is already out of control!

yes…… and some hoping the Governor will really dig in to what is happening in agencies….. but he seems to have no clue to the issues in most of them.



Here is a post from someone from Oklahoma:

More…. US University faculty members take money from China

Texas A & M 100 faculty take money from China Government but only 5 reported it. None have been held accountable according to Tucker Carlson’s report. 2-18-2020

There is no report I have seen yet on Oklahoma University, which has a China Government’s Confucius Center in Norman, Okla.

See my post on the DOJ investigating Harvard and Yale where China has had paid agents.


And another post from her:

Harvard, Yale under investigation for $375 million secret funding from China, Saudi Arabia

“The U.S. Department of Education announced Wednesday that it is launching an investigation into Harvard and Yale after they failed to disclose about $375 million in gifts and contracts from China and Saudi Arabia in the past four years.”


And another post from her:

Okla. State Dept. of Ed. -shifts blame to local school districts for giving names and addresses of children to the Turkey Muslim Cleric tied new online Charter School, which mailed letters to children statewide.

Here is what a parent wrote…… others are getting this same response: A “very frustrating part of this has been, when parents have called to inquire about how their child’s information was obtained, they were told: “from the local district where your child currently attends school.” This is of course 100% false.”


And yet another post from her:

OKLAHOMA’S COMMON CORE DECEPTION —

Yesterday I posted my current article “The ACT Test is Common Core” published in the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper.

This 12 min recording helps further explain TESTING K-12. It is my presentation to the Oklahoma State House Committee on Education, following the repeal of Common Core, when the NEW testing system was to be chosen and by law (HB3399) required to replace Common Core tests.

The law (HB3399) repealing Common Core was by-passed by the State Superintendent placing Oklahoma still on the Common Core track. Because this “bait and switch” was accomplished bit by bit……. and promoted with glowing descriptions many have been deceived once again.


And another post from her:

ACT Test is Common Core

Since the 2015-2016 school year, Oklahoma public high school students have been taking ACT tests paid for by the state. After eliminating the end of year academic subject matter tests, the ACT was promoted as the best solution by State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister. Most people thought they would be getting the traditional ACT college entrance level academic exams, which we had known for 60 years, but even before ACT was selected, the developer had already announced they would be changing it to Common Core’s outcomes-based aligned testing. …..full article at link below:


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

Ok, I think knowing Bloomberg’s financial support of soda tax legislation and the push to quantify nutrition data (DATA) for food purchases and knowing the Davos 4IR program will put a massive number of people onto SNAP benefits which will be put on digital platforms and tracked, micro-managing the poor regarding their purchases using coded nudges and built-in price penalties. We should take this very, very seriously. Bloomberg was a long time advisor to the World Health Organization. He’s a far more dangerous man than people realize.

https://www.devex.com/news/how-digital-identity-can-address-both-protection-and-inclusion-94449

SNAP + Digital ID + Nudges

What is worse, the World Food Programme is partnered with SABER, on education outcomes. I am betting they will tie nutrition into education “impacts.” So really tying food to test scores. I blogged about that a few years ago.

https://littlesis.org/org/352364-Systems_Approach_for_Better_Education_Results_(SABER)

These monsters.

Hunger is UN SDG 2 – So clearly they have to track it.

https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/hunger/

I’m pretty sure this is why they need to shut down any mutual aid feeding programs that exist outside the data collection metrics. It’s all going to have to be run through NGOs that will force people to get digital ID and that will collect the data to “prove” the pay for success deals. That is what Bloomberg and company are all about.


And some replies to this post:

They are tracking all the food supply chains by putting it all on Blockchain, supposedly to eliminate waste, but I think it’s really to track everything and thus give them an excuse to seize food or whatever that would try and go around their system.


Wow. I wondered what was up with that too. Also, i saw that there’s a new app that helps people share food in order not to waste leftovers. Now, that has got to be some creepy food supply tracking mechanism!! Oh, and i saw it in the Tulsa World, so yeah, it has to be.


Yes, his NY especially was a testing ground for monetized surveillance and control, exactly as you are describing it I believe.


Adding zero insight here, only that Bloomberg was mayor my first year teaching in NYC and one of my students (age 9) was well aware that he was up to no good and would say “it’s cause of that damn glooberg!!” whenever we had to do testing or surveys or whatever in our class.



And another post from her:

I’m pretty sure Michael Bloomberg (with Ronald Cohen) wants to Blockchain most of the people in the world and make them part of a global cybernetic social impact system.

https://www.bloomberg.org/press/releases/bloomberg-philanthropies-launches-new-digital-innovation-project-european-cities/

510 cities!!!! 129 countries!!!!

Asking boroughs to sign a digital pledge.
https://www.londoncouncils.gov.uk/who-we-are/london-office-technology-and-innovation-loti/what-local-digital-declaration


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

The transformation of Tulsa’s educational institutions and the totalitarian obsession with work goes back at least to 2007 when the OU-CORE program, a collaboration between US Dept of HUD, Philanthropic Foundations, Civic Leaders, and Education Personnel (including Gerard Clancy) to establish the P20 pipeline to the workforce, was underway. The first excerpt is from a 2007 TW article about the OU-CORE program. The second excerpt, from 2015, provides a glimpse into the mature data-harvesting structure that is run by venture philanthropy and propped up by university students. Read both articles and consider what is happening at the University of Tulsa and Tulsa Public Schools.

2007:
“The efforts of this coalition, which most recently met in October, is taking form as solid initiatives, [Pamela] Pittman said.

“We have met, and we are tired of talking and we want to do the work. We want to bridge the gaps between higher education and our school districts because we have a wealth of resources,” she said. “Those of us who exist within universities can identify and see them. School districts need help in training their teachers and long term strategic plans. They need help in after-school programs and bringing together higher ed as far as what opportunities 7th and 8th graders have to start thinking about what they want to do when they grow up.”

“This is all being talked about through the leadership that can make those decisions,” she said.

“The ultimate goal on many levels is the best education for our students, because their real world experiences, through community and service learning, really helps get them prepared for the work force,” Pittman said.

https://www.tulsaworld.com/archive/ou-core-program-at-center-of-education-initiatives/article_bd521759-0321-5a85-b154-63ca80adf36d.html

2015:
“[Kirk] Wester said the first phase of the system will cost $120,000 and is being paid for by the George Kaiser Family Foundation. Costs after the first phase will be incremental, he said.

Local technology company Asemio is developing the data system, which managing partner Aaron Bean said is about 20 percent complete. A beta version is expected to be ready in the spring, and a full version will be ready by next school year, Bean said.

Asemio is a business intelligence and technology consulting firm focused on community change initiatives.

Wester and Bean say the plan is for the database to include three components: school information data, such as attendance, scores and demographics; data on interventions from partners like City Year and Reading Partners; and data on community efforts in the area.

But Stacey Vinson, the TPS instructional leadership director over the Growing Together schools, said that right now, the data system will begin only by tracking after-school activities including the interventions offered after school hours and efforts by community partners such as the University of Tulsa and the YMCA.

Vinson said the database will help Growing Together track students’ involvement and the “dosage” of involvement in these after-school activities. Growing Together can then share that data with TPS to help the district look at students holistically, she said, and TPS can compare that data to attendance, behavior and academic data.

“We’re really optimistic that this is going to be a model for other areas and other departments,” Vinson said.”

https://www.tulsaworld.com/news/education/growing-together-says-new-data-system-will-help-track-student/article_d19f1a95-1088-53c6-9f7f-3731502c7d3b.html

This is a presentation from Gerard Clancy calling for universities to prioritize community engagement. https://slideplayer.com/slide/5054778/

And Teach for America has to be involved too, of course

https://www.teachforamerica.org/stories/taking-the-numb-out-of-numbers


Here is a post from the Utah anti-Common Core group:

Should this be concerning?

And here is the post that was quoted:

“That’s a potential liability for everyone, so it’s definitely better to have well-enumerated policies when we’re dealing with transgender issues,” said Holly Bell, equity and advocacy specialist for the Utah State Board of Education.


And some replies to this post:

It sounds like it to me. You can find the proposed policy on the agenda for today’s board meeting.

https://www.slcschools.org/board-of-education/board-meetings/2019-20/


https://www.slcschools.org/board-of-education/board-meetings/2019-20/20200218-1830-1/exhibit-3e3/english/


It should concern everyone that the state board has a “equity” anything. Shows how marxist have completely taken over education. Even in conservative states.


This is scary from the first line in which it redefines “assigned gender” as “assigned sex” and removes the term “biological sex” because it is offensive

https://www.slcschools.org/board-of-education/board-meetings/2019-20/20200218-1830-1/exhibit-3e3/english/


insane. I’ve been hearing even conservatives use the word “assigned”.



The UN holds a meeting in Salt Lake city and suddenly Utah becomes a globalist, progressive place.



Here is a post form an Ohio anti-Common Core group:

This is directly from the Ohio Department of Education website and is about Social Emotional Learning. What they are doing is the responsibility of the parent and they are teaching your children to be connected to the school and community. They are taking away parental rights and responsibilities. Do you really want the school teaching their values and morals to your children?


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

It’s getting B -A- D
The Australian dollar has plunged to an 11-year low — its worst level since the global financial crisis — following an unexpected jump in unemployment. Driving gold in Aussie dollars to a new record high. Currently trading above AUD$2,450/oz


Here is a post from The Strident Conservative:

The myth of the Red State. There’s only one party. There’s only one agenda.

Red-State Utah Creates Long-Term Plan to Tackle Climate Change | Newsmax.com https://buff.ly/2T0iBO4 via @Newsmax


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

The Riksbank, Sweden’s central bank, is now testing its digital version of cash, the e-krona fiat stablecoin


Here is a post from Alison Hawver McDowell:

Yup, Bloomberg and Harvard have been grooming over 100 mayors for impact investing. You were wondering how he got all those mayors to say nice things about him???

Look at all the mayors Bloomberg has bought – don’t forget Ronald Cohen was a Harvard MBA, too.

https://littlesis.org/org/353251-Bloomberg_Harvard_City_Leadership_Initiative?relationships=students

Among them:
Lori Lightfoot
Mary Salas
Eric Johnson
LaToya Cantrell
George Bynum
Rick Kriseman
Tim Keller
Vi Lyles
Luke Bronin
Chowke Lumumba
Samuel Liccardo
Jenny Durkan and Victoria Woodards
Ethan Berkowitz


Map I just made of Bloomberg Philanthropies Government Innovation projects. He and Ronald Cohen (create of the first SIB) both are Harvard MBAs.

https://littlesis.org/maps/4803-bloomberg-government-innovation



And another post from her:

Well, Bloomberg’s got his hands in at least 5 of the 17 UN SDGs. When we talk about “sustainability” be sure you’re not advancing the kind that will commodify nature and the global poor for this jerk and his financier friends. https://littlesis.org/maps/4801-un-sdgs-michael-bloomberg


And some replies to this post:

I found another SDG or part of one he’s tied to: Bloomberg Philanthropies Initiative for Global Road Safety:
Building on the success of phase 1 of the Bloomberg Philanthropies Initiative for Global Road Safety, the year 2015 marks the beginning of the second five-year phase of the Bloomberg Philanthropies’ programme aiming to reduce fatalities and injuries from road traffic crashes.
For the second phase, with a new commitment of US$125 million over five years, Bloomberg Philanthropies invited 20 low- and middle-income cities and countries to submit proposals to compete for funding and support.
The new programme will work with countries at the national level to strengthen road safety legislation, and with cities at the city level to implement proven road safety interventions. Ten cities and five countries have been selected as official participants in the programme.
DECADE OF ACTION FOR ROAD SAFETY
In April 2004, the United Nations General Assembly invited the World Health Organization (WHO), working in close cooperation with the United Nations regional commissions, to act as coordinator on road safety issues across the United Nations system. WHO subsequently set up the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC) which holds biannual meetings to discuss global road safety issues.
We as Global Road Safety Partnership contribute to the UNRSC in several areas:
We have been one of four organizations that collaborated to produce the Global Good Practice Manuals on Helmets, Seat Belts and Child Restraints, Drinking and Driving, Speed Management, and Data Management. We chair the “Good Practice” committee of the UNRSC.
Together with many partners, we have helped create the Global Road Safety Commitment, a simple, one page document aimed at helping organizations start on a journey towards zero road crash death and injury.
We have contributed to the development of the Global Plan for the Decade of Action, a guiding document that is helping to create a consistent approach to managing road safety.
In our role as the Reference Centre for Road Safety for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, we help bring the voice of the world’s largest humanitarian organization to address road safety issues, particularly by developing the formal auxiliary role to public agencies that the Red Cross Red Crescent societies have in their countries.
One of the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) targets (3.6) is to halve the global number of deaths and injuries from road traffic crashes by 2020. Our road safety programmes, seminars, and advocacy initiatives contribute directly to this goal.

https://www.grsproadsafety.org/about/united-nations-road-safety-collaboration/


Ah, it seems Vision Zero applies to #9. That probably ties in with their autonomous vehicle program with Aspen Institute, too.

https://www.wsp.com/en-GL/insights/vision-zero



Make no mistake, this is tied to the ESSA and the SDGs: and it is going on in all 50 states https://www.governor.ny.gov/news/governor-cuomo-announces-new-york-awarded-40-million-federal-grant-coordinate-and-strengthen


This bill is bad and will lead to more spying: https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/5680?q=%7B”search”%3A%5B”Cybersecurity+Vulnerability+Identification+and+Notification+Act”%5D%7D&s=1&r=1