Charlotte Iserbyt on Charter Schools and Common Core

October 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

10/12/2013 - Charlotte Iserbyt gives an efficient assessment of what is wrong with Charter schools (controlled without parental input through elected boards and more) and Common Core America's new, federal, education standard. These are issues that should not wait any longer for public attention. Implementation of Agenda 21's education for Global citizenship depends on creating a uniform national educational system able to launch the complete 'transformation' of society at will. [...]

Two Moms Against Common Core

March 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

Two Utah Moms, one a teacher, speak out against the dangers of Common Core, including the loss of local control. For additional information, go to:  [...]

Fed-Ed: Indoctrinating Global Citizens – Michael Chapman on F21SC Radio

March 17, 2004 | 0 Comments

3/17/2004 - An in-depth look at the Government School System. Michael Chapman is an educational researcher and author. His efforts have uncovered direct links between the restructuring of public schools and Sustainable Development. This show focuses on what to do with your child's education. [...]

Millions in Classroom Funds Embezzled by State Education Administrators, Media Silent

August 10, 2003 | 0 Comments

By Michael Shaw, 8/10/2003 -

While Santa Cruz County Schools wrestle with severe budget cuts, few have heard about a huge scandal in the state Department of Education that involved $20 million in fraud, $11 million of embezzled tax funds, harassment of whistleblowers, and a court order for Superintendent of Public Instruction Delaine Eastin to personally pay damages to the whistleblowers. This Stockton Record story by Steve Wampler exposes something that is potentially more troubling than having an education system that is mismanaged by corrupt administrators who absconded with millions in public funds for themselves and their friends: the media, particularly in Santa Cruz County, seems to have been an active participant in covering up for the Eastin administration. While the author calls his story "Shame o­n Eastin," it might be better called "Shame o­n us California voters" for failing to monitor fraudulent use of tax dollars meant for our children's classrooms.