10 Dec

THE NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION OBJECTIVES DATED 1962 Issues in (Human Relations) Training is published by the National Training Laboratories (of the NEA), and in this book the editors write that human relations or sensitivity training: fits into a context of institutional influence procedures which includes coercive persuasion in the form of thought reform or brainwashing. …

 The book also includes information about ‘change-agent skills’ and ‘unfreezing, changing and refreezing’ attitudes. And in David Jenkins’ essay in the book, he explains that the laboratories conducted by the NTL have recently moved from an emphasis on skill training to ‘sensitivity training,’ and he declares that “the trainer has no alternative but to manipulate; his job is to plan and produce behavior in order to create changes in other people.”

The manual also states regarding children that although “we appear to behave appropriately … this appearance is deceptive. … (We are) ‘pseudo-healthy’ persons who can benefit from sensitivity training.”

April 26: The Tulsa Tribune, after learning that the NEA had a file on its editor under “critics of education,” printed an editorial asking: What is the function of the National Education Association—to improve the education of America’s children or to stifle criticism of present educational methods?

October: The Chicago Sun-Times publishes an editorial stating: That the National Education Association … advocated Federal aid has surprised us at times. But no longer. For control — real control over the Nation’s children —is being shifted rapidly to the NEA. That organization has about completed the job of cartelizing public school education under its own cartel. It is doing so 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 by determining the type of education offered … is … very simple: control the education and hiring of teachers. …

NEA has no apprehension regarding Federal control of public schools as a consequence of Federal aid. It has control itself. It is extending that control over colleges and universities. In the NEA scheme of things it will be a simple matter to extend control over whatever Washington agency handles the funds.

October 20: The New York Times publishes “McMurrin Insists He Quit to Teach” by Wallace Turner, in which he writes that before Sterling McMurrin resigned as U.S. Commissioner of Education, Dr. McMurrin told NEA head William Carr: You and I head up the biggest bureaucracies in Washington.

NEA has all of the bureaucratic shortcomings and is in danger of moving toward national control of education, not by the Federal Government but by the NEA. ————————————————————————————————————————————– A MEMO FROM GARY GATEHOUSE We conservatives discuss the issue of how in the hell did our country get into the mess it’s in, we talk in length about this issue,sure we all have ideas on how this happened but I must say after spending the better part of 5 years investigating the National Education Association and the Socialist Democrat Party I have come to the conclusion, the National Education Association and our public school system are nothing more than Socialist indoctrination clinics.

I,over the next few weeks will be posting a series of blogs-to shine the light of truth on the NEA, when it was formed, who were the founding fathers of this left wing Socialist union, and their agenda down through the years.

Please keep in mind this is all based on investigation and I will not publish anything without including the source..

Gary Gatehouse
host Gettin after Lefty Show
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