THE NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION UNIONS- REVOLUTIONARY GOALS

25 Dec

THE NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION UNIONS- REVOLUTIONARY GOALS TO CHANGE AMERICA THROUGH THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM
A LOOK INTO THE HISTORY OF THE RADICAL NEA AGENDA

1880. The National Council of Education (NCE) was established. An exclusive forum for leaders in position of influence and power, in included John Dewey, G. Stanley Hall, Charles Eliot and James Russell. Here they would discuss progressive ideas, blend psychology and evolutionary ‘science’ into a new vision of human progress, and lay the foundation for America’s planned transformation. B-43 Samuel Blumenfeld described their aims in NEA: Trojan Horse in American Education:

    “…to create the kinds of schools and curricula which would produce, if not perfect men, at least the kinds of men and women the educators considered desirable.

           “The most important idea that would influence the educators was that of evolution…. It was all ‘matter in motion’ and it fit in very well with the dialectical materialism of the atheist Marxists who were now able to link man’s physical evolution with his social evolution.”

1912. The NEA saw sex education as a useful tool in their values-changing process.

1933. Rockefeller Foundation president Matt Mason told trustees that “The Social Sciences will concern themselves with the rationalization of social control…. the control of human behavior. (Together with the Carnegie Institute, it was also funding eugenics research

1948. The NEA… produced a set of international guidelines called Education for International Understanding in American Schools – Suggestions and Recommendations. It included this statement:

1948. B.F. Skinner (1972 Humanist of the Year) described a society in which children are reared by the State.

“The idea has become established that the preservation of international peace and order may require that force be used to compel a nation to conduct its affairs within the framework of an established world system. The most modern expression of this doctrine of collective security is in the United Nations Charter… Many persons believe that enduring peace cannot be achieved so long as the nation-state system continues as at present constituted. It is a system of international anarchy.”

1948The NEA was funded in part by the Carnegie Corporation.

1956. Former teacher, Communist and Union organizer, Dr. Bella Dodd states, “…the Communist party whenever possible wanted to use the Teacher’s Union for political purposes but the party had a definite interest in education also. The Communists in the Teachers’ Union were for progressive education. We were its most vocal and enthusiastic supporters…. Most of the programs we advocated, the NEA followed the next year or so.”

1962. An editorial in the Chicago Sun-Times states: “…real control over the nation’s children is being shifted rapidly to the NEA. That organization has about completed the job of cartelizing public schools education under … an organization known as the National Council for Accreditation of Teachers Education, an agency whose governing council is tightly NEA controlled. … The manner in which the NEA is usurping parental prerogatives… is…very simple: control the education and hiring of teachers.”

1967. Working with the educational establishment, Carl Rogers (1964 Humanist of the Year) wrote a book called “A Plan for Self-Directed Change in an Educational System:” “…the goal of education must be to develop individuals who are open to change… The goal of education must be to develop a society in which people can live more comfortably with change than with rigidity.”

 1969. In Schools without Failure, psychiatrist William Glasser wrote: “We have to let students know there are no right answers… and may alternatives to certainty and right answer.”

1970. The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), the curriculum arm of the NEA, published To Nurture Humaneness: Commitment for the ’70’s [NEA, 1970). The visionary statements of its authors are coming true in our times:

       “The old order is passing…. The controls of the past were sacred…. Social controls cannot be left to blind chance and unplanned change — usually attributed to God. Man must be the builder of new forms of social organizations…. Here education must play a stellar role.” (Dan W. Dodson, Professor of Educational Sociology at N. Y. University)

      “The school will need to be supplemented by neighborhood family centers which provide infant care and developmental activity…. Education may well begin at birth in cooperative family centers. (Francis Chase, Professor Emeritus of the University of Chicago)

      “Many daily decisions and value judgments now made by the individual will soon be made for him… How to plan for one’s children’s education will be partially taken out of his hands. (John Loughary, Professor of Education at the University of Oregon.”

 Chester Pierce, Professor of Education and Psychiatry at Harvard tells the Association for Childhood Education International in Denver that “every child in American entering schools at the age of five is insane because he comes to schools with certain allegiances toward our founding father, toward his parents, toward a belief in a supernatural being, toward the sovereignty of this nation as a separate entity…

1972. NEA president Catherine Barrett said, “We are the biggest potential political striking force in this country, and we are determined to control the direction of education.”

       “Those who rose highest in the public schools establishment and the NEA were those most strongly committed to secularism and statism,” wrote Blumenfeld. Those two complementary philosophies fueled the vision of NEA leaders who sought an utopian world, freed from Biblical constraints and ruled by humanist politicians and taught by progressive educators. Parental rights and religious freedom would be swallowed up by the surpassing rights and rules of the greater community — the controlled collective.

1981. In his book, All Our Children Learning, Dr. Benjamin Bloom (called “the father of Outcome-Based Education) wrote that “the purpose of education and the schools is to change the thoughts, feelings and actions of students.”

1992 Marc Tucker, director of the National Center on Education and the Economy (NCEE — began as an agency within the Carnegie Foundation) and the master-mind behind this partnership between schools and labor, proposed “breaking the current system, root and branch.” He said, “Our objective will require a change in the prevailing culture–the attitudes, values, norms, and accepted ways of doing things.”

In a post election letter to Hillary Clinton,  wrote, “What is essential . . . is that we create a seamless web of opportunities to develop one’s skills that literally extends from cradle to grave and is the same for everyone…a system of unending skill development that begins in the home and continues through school, post-secondary education and the workplace.”

GARY GATEHOUSE COMMENTS
Patriots, and we wonder how our country got in the mess it’s in, our public school system under the control of the National Education Association ( a strong arm education union that is part of the Democrat socialist/Marxist/communist/progressive movement) is NOT teaching our children, they are indoctrinating them .

Look no further than the OCCUPIER movement, a prime example of the success the NEA and the Democrats Socialist have enjoyed…

Patriots, our country our children,our families our christian religion is under attack, our morals,our ethics are under attack,our constitution, our history, are under attack by the National Education Association and the Democrat/socialist/Marxist/communist/progressive left…

WAKE UP AMERICA BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE

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