HOT OFF THE PRESS-LATEST NEWS FLASH!
"The House may vote to head to conference Tuesday 11/17/15 ." Read every word and act. Early Childhood on fast track; in this bill!!!!!!!
NO WAY ESEA
CALL, CALL, CALL (202-224-3121) AND DEMAND YOUR SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES VOTE "NO" ON RECONCILED VERSION OF S-1177 and HR 5.
IF ESEA IS PASSED BY CONGRESS, OUR CHILDREN WILL BE LOST TO THE MARXIST "UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LIVING"
(BlOOM & VYGOSTKY), "COMMUNITY LEARNING" (MENTAL HEALTH, BEHAVIOR, SOCIALIZATION) AND WORK FORCE TRAINING TO BE ASSURED BY ASSESSMENT AND DATA CONTROL.
IN OTHER WORDS...YOUR CHILD... THE ASSEMBLY-LINE AUTOMATON.
Children's brains virtually put in petri dishes, dissected, and re- constituted through behavioral and mental manipulation employing Marxist and behavioral mind-control techniques to create the "new soviet man".
By Allie Grasgreen Ciaramella | 11/16/2015 10:00 AM EDT
With help from Kimberly Hefling, Cogan Schneier and Nirvi ShahCLOSING IN ON AN NCLB UPDATE? : This could be an eventful week for the No Child Left Behind rewrite in Congress. After months of negotiations, lawmakers said Friday they are optimistic that a forthcoming conference committee "can reach agreement on a final bill that Congress will approve and the president will sign." The House may vote to head to conference Tuesday. Even though the details of the agreement are still secret, conservatives are already panning it, and Education Secretary Arne Duncan is applauding it. More from Maggie Severns: http://politico.pro/1H17Zpn.
- Early childhood education advocates are particularly excited about the possibility of an early education program in the bill . Amid recent questions about whether pre-K is all it's cracked up to be, Nobel Laureate and University of Chicago economics professor James Heckman put out a working paper arguing that early childhood education programs are indeed effective, and they benefit disadvantaged children most. As those students have few alternatives to early childhood care, the findings apply to universal programs as well, Heckman and his team argue. But the evidence for universal programs is "somewhat ambiguous": http://bit.ly/1HRSVW2.