|From Feld's expose on "Community Education," p. 55|
This entity is known as Community Education. You can bone up on the subject by reading:
"An Expose: Community Education" by Ruth Feld and Jil Wilson, pages 49-71. See "Written Submissions," Exposing the Global Road to Ruin through Education, Disc #8. http://www.deliberatedumbingdown.com/OtherPDFs/Written%20Submissions.pdf
Please note the graphic above, Community Education's "City of the Future (Hub) Concept" (1970s) on page 71 (see graphic above). The print is hard to read, so I have typed it in below:
- Neighborhood: Basic units of New Towns. Each neighborhood is equidistant from village centers, reducing need to travel.
- Village Centers: Centrally located within each village are large recreation areas -- all situated within fairly short distance of home.
- Downtown: The central hub of the new towns with city government buildings, shopping malls, higher education facilities, and cultural centers.
- Greenbelts: Designed to prevent villages and downtown areas from becoming examples of never-ending sprawl.
See the blog post "WOMB TO TOMB" and be sure to read about the Georgia Visions Project, an example of what is being pushed across the country, "A Vision for Public Education."
I attended the annual Community Education Conference in the Dept. of Education in 1982 at which unelected persons from all 50 states came in to discuss the future of Community Education.
Of interest was a comment on the record that the Dept. of Education could probably revitalize the concept under President Reagan due to his support for the New Federalism!
John Ayers, ex-Vice President of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, who initiated eight charter schools in Chicago, has been named to head up the tax-funded school choice/charter school agenda AND the lifelong community education agenda out of the Cowan Institute, Tulane University. Ayers important position at Carnegie makes sense since it was the Carnegie Corporation which published the little book "Conclusions and Recommendations for the Social Studies," 1934, which called for using the schools to change America's capitalist economic system to a planned economy, and discussed the necessary taking of private property. (Read the blog post "Community Education" and follow the links under Point 5.)
When attempting to make a connection and show similarities between UN Agenda 21 and Community Education, which is rearing its very ugly Communist head across the country under the label of "community schools," it is important for Americans to read the above Feld/Wilson history of community education, and to understand the years that the respective programs were initiated, and to understand the philosophical similarities, especially the fact that a strong focus of Community Education is the promotion of the United Nations global agenda, including the same totalitarian environmental agenda found in Agenda 21 and promoted by Carnegie in its 1934 book. (Again, read Point 5 in the blog post "Community Education" and follow the links.)
"Community Education" for the following incredible quotation describing the global purpose of Community Education, published in 1972 in the Community Education Journal:
- Our Common Future (1987)
- Earth Summit (1992)
- Rio Declaration on Environment and Development
- Agenda 21 (1992)
- Convention on Biological Diversity (1992)
- ICPD Programme of Action (1994)
- Earth Charter
- Lisbon Principles
- UN Millennium Declaration (2000)
- United Nations Conference on the Human Environment
- Brundtlandt Commission Report (1983)