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Carnegie’s Done Deal: 1934–2015

US Sen­ate Com­mit­tee on Health, Edu­ca­tion, Labor, & Pen­sions: News­room — Press Releases

Par­ents and tax­pay­ers beware! You don’t have to waste your pre­cious time read­ing all the edu­ca­tionese text in this Reau­tho­riza­tion bill, or any of it’s amend­ments! Sim­ply look at the Bak­er’s Dozen who strong­ly sup­port Sen­a­tors Pat­ty Mur­ray and Tsar Lamar’s Reau­tho­riza­tion of ESEA.

These indi­vid­u­als and groups have no con­sti­tu­tion­al right to be using our tax mon­ey to restruc­ture the USA from a Con­sti­tu­tion­al Repub­lic to a Demo­c­ra­t­ic Social­ist / Com­mu­nist nation in a World Gov­ern­ment (NWO) being imple­ment­ed as ABCs of Dumb Down writes. These indi­vid­u­als and groups are car­ry­ing out Carnegie Cor­po­ra­tion’s agen­da, spelled out in its 1934 book Con­clu­sions and Rec­om­men­da­tions of the Com­mis­sion on the Social Stud­ies, which called for using the schools to change Amer­i­ca’s cap­i­tal­ist eco­nom­ic sys­tem and, in some cas­es, to take our land. Cita­tion: Type “Con­clu­sions” into search engine. (See esp. pages 16 and 17)

This list includes com­mu­nist change agent groups, includ­ing use­ful idiots, that have been respon­si­ble for the delib­er­ate dumb­ing down and the delib­er­ate destruc­tion of your chil­dren’s and their teach­ers’ val­ues, through men­tal health brain­wash­ing pro­grams, since pas­sage of the Ele­men­tary and Sec­ondary Edu­ca­tion Act of 1965.

Den­nis L. Cud­dy, Ph.D., in The Pow­er Elite Exposed, page 304, explains the his­to­ry of this com­mu­nist trans­for­ma­tion of the world’s autonomous nations into first, regions (UN Agen­da 21 using the unelect­ed coun­cil form of gov­ern­ment being imple­ment­ed nation­wide, and in edu­ca­tion through char­ter schools ). This trans­for­ma­tion will ulti­mate­ly lead to a world union of social­ist nations. (World Government).

Most of the lead­ers of the nations which are mem­bers of the Euro­pean Union [ Pro­gram for Inter­na­tion­al Stu­dent Assess­ment PISA , being forced on the US, ed ] are already mem­bers of Social­ist Inter­na­tion­al, and if oth­er nations around the world can be moved toward social­ism and region­al eco­nom­ic arrangemenets, then these region­al group­ings can be more eas­i­ly merged into a world social­is­tic government.

At this point, one might be won­der­ing how the pow­er elite could get Com­mu­nist dic­ta­tors to go along with this sce­nario. The expla­na­tion is that this sce­nario is quite sim­i­lar to the three-stage plan out­lined by Stal­in at the 1936 Com­mu­nist Inter­na­tion­al. At that meet­ing, the offi­cial pro­gram pro­claimed:

Dic­ta­tor­ship can be estab­lished only by a vic­to­ry of social­ism in dif­fer­ent coun­tries or groups of coun­tries,’ after which there would be fed­er­al unions (UN Agen­da 21 region­al gov­ern­ment which is com­mu­nism, ed) of the var­i­ous group­ings of these social­ist coun­tries, and the third stage would be an amal­ga­ma­tion of these region­al fed­er­al unions into a world union of social­ist nations.”

Strong Sup­port for Bipar­ti­san Leg­isla­tive Agree­ment to “Fix No Child Left Behind”

Edu­ca­tion com­mu­ni­ty, nation­al and state lead­ers praise ? Every Child Achieves Act?

Tues­day, April 21, 2015

                                               Mar­garet Atkin­son / Jim Jef­fries (Alexan­der): 202–224-0387

WASHINGTON, D.C., April 21The Every Child Achieves Act of 2015, intro­duced ear­li­er this month by Sen­ate edu­ca­tion com­mit­tee Chair­man Lamar Alexan­der (R‑Tenn.) and Rank­ing Mem­ber Pat­ty Mur­ray (D‑Wash.) to fix “No Child Left Behind,” last week passed the com­mit­tee unan­i­mous­ly and is receiv­ing broad sup­port from gov­er­nors, chief state school offi­cers, teach­ers, school board mem­bers, and school superintendents.

Accord­ing to Sen. Alexan­der, “The con­sen­sus the com­mit­tee reached is this: Con­tin­ue the law’s impor­tant mea­sure­ments of aca­d­e­m­ic progress of stu­dents but restore to states, school dis­tricts, class­room teach­ers and par­ents the respon­si­bil­i­ty for decid­ing what to do about improv­ing stu­dent achieve­ment. This change should pro­duce few­er tests and more appro­pri­ate ways to mea­sure stu­dent achieve­ment. It is the most effec­tive path to advance high­er state stan­dards, bet­ter teach­ing, and real accountability.”

What oth­ers are say­ing about the Every Child Achieves Act of 2015:


Nation­al Gov­er­nors Asso­ci­a­tion: “The nation’s gov­er­nors com­mend the Sen­ate Health, Edu­ca­tion, Labor and Pen­sions Com­mit­tee for work­ing in a bipar­ti­san way to restore bal­ance to the state-fed­er­al rela­tion­ship. Gov­er­nors have long called for the reau­tho­riza­tion of the Ele­men­tary and Sec­ondary Edu­ca­tion Act. The Every Child Achieves Act rein­forces the prin­ci­ple that account­abil­i­ty and respon­si­bil­i­ty for K‑12 edu­ca­tion rests with the states. It also sup­ports gov­er­nors’ strate­gies to improve low-per­form­ing schools and includes flex­i­bil­i­ty for gov­er­nors to empow­er teach­ers and school lead­ers to pre­pare all stu­dents for suc­cess. We look for­ward to work­ing with the Sen­ate to ensure guber­na­to­r­i­al lead­er­ship is reflect­ed in the bill and reau­tho­riza­tion is com­plet­ed this year.”

Nation­al School Boards Asso­ci­a­tion: “Today marks a great vic­to­ry for local and com­mu­ni­ty lead­er­ship in pub­lic edu­ca­tion. Though there is much more work to be done, today’s pow­er­ful vote demon­strates that we are one step clos­er to rewrit­ing the bro­ken No Child Left Behind Act and mod­ern­iz­ing ESEA.”

Nation­al Con­fer­ence of State Leg­is­la­tures: “The Nation­al Con­fer­ence of State Leg­is­la­tures (NCSL) applauds your bipar­ti­san leg­is­la­tion to reau­tho­rize the Ele­men­tary and Sec­ondary Edu­ca­tion Act (ESEA). The Every Child Achieves Act is a strong, state-cen­tered bill and an impor­tant step for­ward in fix­ing the cur­rent law. We appre­ci­ate that the leg­is­la­tion includes many pro­vi­sions rec­om­mend­ed in the reau­tho­riza­tion plan that NCSL released in part­ner­ship with the Nation­al Gov­er­nors Asso­ci­a­tion. Under your leg­is­la­tion, states would receive greater flex­i­bil­i­ty in areas such as account­abil­i­ty sys­tems and school improve­ment strate­gies. It also ensures that states will deter­mine aca­d­e­m­ic stan­dards and can use inno­v­a­tive assess­ments to mea­sure stu­dent achievement.”

Nation­al Asso­ci­a­tion of State Boards of Edu­ca­tion: “NASBE applauds Chair­man Alexan­der and Rank­ing Mem­ber Mur­ray for putting forth a bipar­ti­san bill that rec­og­nizes the essen­tial role states play in set­ting edu­ca­tion pol­i­cy, while con­tin­u­ing the fed­er­al com­mit­ment to equi­ty and account­abil­i­ty. The Every Child Achieves Act of 2015 is an impor­tant step for­ward in pro­vid­ing states and dis­tricts with the author­i­ty and cer­tain­ty they need to place the nation’s schools on a path to high­er per­for­mance and con­tin­u­al improvement.”

Coun­cil of Chief State School Offi­cers: “Chair­man Alexan­der and Sen­a­tor Mur­ray have cre­at­ed an excel­lent bipar­ti­san bill that gives the Sen­ate a strong start­ing point for the long over­due reau­tho­riza­tion of the Ele­men­tary and Sec­ondary Edu­ca­tion Act. The Every Child Achieves Act of 2015 is aligned with the key pri­or­i­ties that State Chiefs out­lined in Jan­u­ary, and will pro­vide our states with the long-term sta­ble fed­er­al pol­i­cy they need to con­tin­ue mak­ing progress for all students.”

School Super­in­ten­dents Asso­ci­a­tion: “This bill restores a more prop­er bal­ance between fed­er­al, state and local gov­ern­ment in pub­lic edu­ca­tion. ECAA takes the pen­du­lum of fed­er­al over­reach and pre­scrip­tion ram­pant in cur­rent law and places it more square­ly in the area of state and local exper­tise and auton­o­my. The bill rec­og­nizes the impor­tance of empow­er­ing state and local lead­ers to use their pro­fes­sion­al knowl­edge and prox­i­mal loca­tion to make the deci­sions nec­es­sary to suc­cess­ful­ly adhere to their edu­ca­tion­al mis­sions. It cor­rects flawed pol­i­cy relat­ed to stan­dards, account­abil­i­ty and assess­ments to ensure that all stu­dents are bet­ter posi­tioned to learn and achieve.”

Teach For Amer­i­ca: “Teach For Amer­i­ca (TFA) was glad to see a bipar­ti­san Ele­men­tary and Sec­ondary Edu­ca­tion Act reau­tho­riza­tion bill released today that rec­og­nizes the urgency in updat­ing and strength­en­ing our edu­ca­tion laws, from ear­ly learn­ing through high school grad­u­a­tion. All stu­dents, regard­less of race, nation­al ori­gin, or income, deserve the oppor­tu­ni­ty to suc­ceed, and all teach­ers deserve the resources and the pro­fes­sion­al devel­op­ment to help them do so. This bill is a start in the right direc­tion to move progress forward.”

Amer­i­can Fed­er­a­tion of Teach­ers: “At the begin­ning of this reau­tho­riza­tion process, we called on pol­i­cy­mak­ers to reclaim the orig­i­nal pur­pose of the Ele­men­tary and Sec­ondary Edu­ca­tion Act — to help chil­dren, par­tic­u­lar­ly those at risk — and to end the test­ing fix­a­tion. Today, in a bipar­ti­san man­ner, Sens. Alexan­der and Mur­ray took an impor­tant first step by show­ing that, even in this cur­rent cli­mate, one can find com­mon ground by lis­ten­ing to teach­ers, par­ents and oth­er impor­tant voic­es in edu­ca­tion.” – Ran­di Wein­garten, president

Part­ner­ship for 21st Cen­tu­ry Learn­ing: “Today P21, the Part­ner­ship for 21st Cen­tu­ry Learn­ing, the lead­ing orga­ni­za­tion unit­ing busi­ness, edu­ca­tion, and gov­ern­ment lead­ers to advance mean­ing­ful teach­ing learn­ing for all stu­dents, expressed sup­port for the Every Child Achieves Act (ECAA) spon­sored by Sen­a­tors Alexan­der and Mur­ray as a bal­anced, bipar­ti­san approach to updat­ing the Ele­men­tary and Sec­ondary Edu­ca­tion Act (ESEA). P21 strong­ly sup­ports the bil­l’s com­mit­ment to equi­ty, inno­va­tion, and empha­sis on equip­ping stu­dents with the knowl­edge and skills required for post­sec­ondary success.”

Nation­al Alliance for Pub­lic Char­ter Schools: “We are pleased that Chair­man Lamar Alexan­der and Rank­ing Mem­ber Pat­ty Mur­ray (D‑WA) have achieved a bipar­ti­san agree­ment to reau­tho­rize the Ele­men­tary and Sec­ondary Edu­ca­tion Act…We applaud the com­mit­tee for strength­en­ing this pro­gram that has been crit­i­cal to the growth of char­ter schools nationwide.”

Third Way: “This thought­ful com­pro­mise rep­re­sents a huge step for­ward in achiev­ing mean­ing­ful reform of the parts of NCLB that weren’t work­ing, while pre­serv­ing those parts that were spurring growth in stu­dent achieve­ment. If every Mem­ber of Con­gress approach­es this upcom­ing debate with the same spir­it that has gen­er­at­ed this com­pro­mise, there’s no doubt we will see a new law passed this year — one that will con­tin­ue to build on the progress we’ve made since No Child Left Behind and set our stu­dents up for suc­cess in an increas­ing­ly com­pet­i­tive glob­al economy.”

Busi­ness Round­table: “Busi­ness Round­table CEOs are very sup­port­ive of your efforts to reau­tho­rize ESEA. We have advo­cat­ed for reau­tho­riza­tion for many years and remain com­mit­ted to work­ing with you and your col­leagues in Con­gress to ensure this leg­is­la­tion becomes law as soon as pos­si­ble. Clear­ly, ESEA must attract broad bipar­ti­san sup­port to be signed into law. This bill meets that test, and we are pleased to lend our sup­port to your efforts to pass this impor­tant leg­is­la­tion.” – John Engler, CEO and for­mer gov­er­nor of Michigan

Nation­al Edu­ca­tion Asso­ci­a­tion: “From the very begin­ning, the goal of edu­ca­tors has been to ensure that ESEA reau­tho­riza­tion tru­ly pro­motes oppor­tu­ni­ty, equi­ty, and excel­lence for all stu­dents. For more than a decade No Child Left Behind has per­pet­u­at­ed a sys­tem that deliv­ers unequal oppor­tu­ni­ties and uneven qual­i­ty to America’s chil­dren based on the zip code where they live. It’s time to get it right. We applaud Sen­a­tors Alexan­der and Mur­ray, along with all the mem­bers of the com­mit­tee, for lis­ten­ing to edu­ca­tors and lead­ing the improve­ments made to the bill in com­mit­tee over the course of the past week.”