Dr. Tim Ball doesn't mention it by name, but what he describes is pure Technocracy at heart. In 1934, the Technocracy Study Course defined education as "A continental system of human conditioning will have to be installed to replace the existing
via The Ripple Effect Podcast: James Corbett & Hunter Maats join the show to discuss the history of education, issues with our current system and possible solutions. (WARNING TO SENSITIVE EARS: four-letter words throughout this conversation)
The University of Alaska Southeast will be canceling classes this fall to hold a "Power and Privilege Symposium."
Keith McAnarchist on Christian Zionism - Dr Duke Pesta (Academic Director of FreedomProject Academy, Tenured English Professor) on the dangers of government schools/common core - Dr. Phranq Tamburri, NMD = Trump Report
More academic institutions in Russia are starting educational courses and even postgraduate programs in crypto and blockchain technologies. Three universities will be teaching related subjects like cryptography and digital economy during the new acad
Over half of students who graduated from Harvard and Johns Hopkins universities this year did so with cum laude, magna cum laude or summa cum laude honors or their equivalents, reports the Wall Street Journal.
Many of my friends who defend public education are also the political type who are very worried about monopolies.
A judge ruled that the only school in America that uses electric shock to punish disabled students can continue the violent practice.
These people are indicative of the infantilization of the American adult.
Chris Suprock (Founder of Suprock Technologies) on energy/nuclear power, energy for crypto-mining - Joshua Smith (running for LNC Chair) on the direction of the Libertarian Party - Bryan Caplan (Professor; Author) on The Case Against Education: Why t
and violence in public schools...(Natural News) Thanks to the incessant Left-wing counter-culture social engineering and increasing levels of violence and bullying, more American parents are pulling their kids out of failing government schools and te
with School Principal...Manteno, IL - A trip to the principal's office at Manteno Middle School resulted in controversial felony eavesdropping charges for 13-year-old Paul Boron, in what is the latest saga of controversy regarding an Illinois eav
living in "repressive" America...(Natural News) Are the people currently suffering through socialist upheaval in the violence-stricken South American nation of Venezuela better off than people living in the United States? One leftist professor wh
Belief of Christianity has been undermined by some ministers who preach, in the postmodern age of liberal theology, that there are many paths to God and Heaven.
Economics professor Bryan Caplan. He tells John Stossel that "what we need to do is to go back to a world where college is not so accessible."
The line between education and indoctrination appears to be quite blurred in California where administrators and teachers are increasingly pushing an agenda based upon indoctrination.
With an influx of students classified as disabled, schools move to accommodate their needs
Those coming of age today will face some of the greatest obstacles ever encountered by young people.
Is it possible that we Americans only pretend not to notice the conditions that produce an epidemic of school shootings, or is the public just too dumbed-down to connect the dots?
"When the rivers and air are polluted, when families and nations are at war, when homeless wanderers fill the highways, these are the traditional signs of a dark age."-- Pema Chodron, When Things Fall Apart: Heart Advice for Difficult Times
Increasingly, school districts across the country are banking on the short week to save money and alleviate the worsening teacher shortage. Three-day weekends are a nice recruiting tool.
For advocates of major reform of the U.S. education system, they now have a mutual ally in former Education Secretary Arne Duncan.
Mathematics questions pertaining to bitcoin have been included in recent high school matriculation examinations in the Netherlands. Approximately 200,000 Dutch students are estimated to have taken the OVW exam, a mandatory test for students seeking t
Are vouchers the answer for introducing market forces into public education, or is a free market in education the libertarian answer? FFF president Jacob Hornberger and Richard Ebeling discuss.
65% of Public School 8th Graders Not Proficient in Reading; 67% Not Proficient in Math
Here in Tucson, hordes of striking teachers are standing on street corners in red shirts today, apparently oblivious to the irony of demanding on May Day that the "wealthy" be taxed to pay for the 20% increase promised by the governor. They either d
Earlier this month, the 2017 National Assessment of Educational Progress, aka The Nation's Report Card, was released. It's not a pretty story. Only 37 percent of 12th-graders tested proficient or better in reading, and only 25 percent did so in m
It's another school walkout today, so you know what that means: Facebook is full of rational discussion about guns.
From Daily Mail: A Pennsylvania school district has given its teachers small wooden baseball bats as a reminder to fight a school shooter with any weapon available should other options fail.
A new report claims college students are 'food insecure' and starving. But better research shows they're overweight and lazy.