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What's happening in our schools? The documented account of how education "reforms" are undermining academics and traditional values. What's happening in our schools? The documented account of how education "reforms" are undermining academics and traditional values.


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What's happening in our schools? The documented account of how education "reforms" are undermining academics and traditional values. What's happening in our schools? The documented account of how education "reforms" are undermining academics and traditional values.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Mandi

    Wow - what did I learn from this book? I learned 1001 reasons why I will never support government funded education. Incredib ly well-researched and well-documented, this book will cause you to pause and question whether government education is ever a good idea. This book shows the complete failure of our current public education system in doing anything but corrupting the morals and values of our children. Is this an attack on teachers? Absolutely not. It is an attack on those that have designed Wow - what did I learn from this book? I learned 1001 reasons why I will never support government funded education. Incredib ly well-researched and well-documented, this book will cause you to pause and question whether government education is ever a good idea. This book shows the complete failure of our current public education system in doing anything but corrupting the morals and values of our children. Is this an attack on teachers? Absolutely not. It is an attack on those that have designed our education system after the system that was used to educate the Nazis into good soldiers that will do what they are told. Every American should be made aware of the history of our education system and the underlying agenda behind what is being taught. For further reading on this subject I highly recommend John Taylor Gatto's 'Underground History of American Education' and the chapters on education in 'Masters of Deceit' by J. Edgar Hoover and 'None Dare Call it Treason' by John Stormer.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Louis

    I bought this book a few years ago and never got around to reading it, and then when I picked it up to read it recently I wondered if I should bother since it was written nearly 25 years ago. I decided to read it for historical purposes, and to see how much of what he predicted was accurate. It was not only accurate, it has become even worse than he predicted in America's public schools. What Stormer writes is eye-opening and shocking, and a wake-up call to every parent with children in public s I bought this book a few years ago and never got around to reading it, and then when I picked it up to read it recently I wondered if I should bother since it was written nearly 25 years ago. I decided to read it for historical purposes, and to see how much of what he predicted was accurate. It was not only accurate, it has become even worse than he predicted in America's public schools. What Stormer writes is eye-opening and shocking, and a wake-up call to every parent with children in public schools, even those in "conservative" states. With enough documentation to convince the biggest skeptic, Stormer details how, by the 1930's, the NEA (National Education Association) had gained enough clout within political and university circles to take control of the nation's teacher training institutions and begin implementing the philosophy of John Dewey, the most influential educator of at least the first half of the 20th century. If the name sounds familiar, it should. Dewey was co-author of the atheist "Humanist Manifesto I", a progressive, anti-God declaration. Dewey was also head of the prestigious Teachers College at Columbia University, which had produced 20% of all American school superintendents and 40% of all teacher college heads by 1950. As their influence grew, they were able to control the philosophical direction of the nation's public elementary schools and institutions of higher education. As such, they were able to begin pushing God out of America's schools, and to begin teaching humanistic, anti-religious dogmas to teachers, who then propagated it down to the students. This led to the indoctrination of our children into beliefs and philosophies that are anti-God, anti-family, atheistic, hedonistic, and antagonistic towards traditional American values and beliefs. Children were encouraged to shun the values of their parents, begin experimenting in sexually deviant practices, stoking gender confusion, and rejecting religion. This took deep root during the Clinton administration, when well-funded and highly-connected progressives were able to push through a series of education bills that restructured public schools away from creating well-read, independent thinking citizens, versed in the moral and philosophical values of our Founders, and towards aligning schooling with workforce goals. In other words, rather than creating independent citizens who thought for themselves, the goal was to create obedient, compliant workers for Big Industry. At the same time, bizarre new methods of teaching reading and math were introduced, creating confusion and frustration in children, and dumbing down American children, making them fall further and further behind their global counterparts, even as U.S. taxpayers spent ever more money on "education". American history was rewritten so that our children were taught that America has always been evil, and our Founders racist and intolerant. Terrifyingly, these same education "reformers" began introducing mental health counselors in in public schools, who often undermined parental authority and values, and even pushed to remove children from their parents' homes if those parents were teaching their children biblical beliefs and values that were in conflict with the secular humanist, atheistic, immoral values of the progressives. Today, the problem has grown even worse than Stormer predicted, and parents must take pro-active measures to protect their children from the atheistic, immoral teachings being peddled in public schools. And though there are many good and decent teachers in our public schools, they are fighting against a system where funding is tied to complying with these humanistic directives. There are precious few administrators and superintendents who are willing to reject these values and teachings if it means losing out on the money that comes with it. As I write this, we are in the middle of the global COVID-19 pandemic, where millions of American schoolchildren had their schools shut down and went to virtual learning instead. Millions of parents, now able to listen in on what their children were being taught, were shocked and horrified to learn what kind of anti-God, anti-family indoctrination was being instilled in their children. Now, more than ever, parents must be vigilant in protecting their children, and more resolved to instill correct principles and beliefs in them. They must actively fight against the secular progressive indoctrination that is now a staple in public schools, or be willing to remove their children from the public school system. Our children are our most precious possession, and we will come to regret it if we don't fight to protect them from the forces of immoral secularism. This book helps enlighten us to how we have gotten to this point, and outlines the principles by which we can return to a God-centered, moral nation.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Bittle

    WOW! A must read for all who are concerned about children. This is such an eye opening book! WOW!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nick

    I agree with a lot of what this book says. My problem is his attack on education. There are so many other issues he completely ignores to attack public education, the whipping boy of the 21st century. I'm a teacher, I work over 80 hours a week on less then 6 dollars an hour. I don't have time to plot intricate conspiracies overthrowing the home life. Why are parents never at the forfront of any of this? Teachers, especaially public school teachers, can't win no matter what they do. Parents get d I agree with a lot of what this book says. My problem is his attack on education. There are so many other issues he completely ignores to attack public education, the whipping boy of the 21st century. I'm a teacher, I work over 80 hours a week on less then 6 dollars an hour. I don't have time to plot intricate conspiracies overthrowing the home life. Why are parents never at the forfront of any of this? Teachers, especaially public school teachers, can't win no matter what they do. Parents get divorced, let their kids roam the streets, won't provide food, shelter, love, let them watch whatever they want on TV, play violent videogames, abuse their children, and any other problems his book deals with. And yet, his thesis is the idea that it is all education's fault. He thinks we need to go back to the "good old days" of the 1950s, where apparently the streets were paved with gold. Our world is so different than it was then. We are more global, so much more technologically advanced, so much more diverse a culture, that teaching the way we did back then would not work. We can not cater to wealthy white males. Those were the problems that led us to where we are now. He claims he doesn't want group mentality, but he just wants them in his group. He claims he wants family values, and good strong Christian morals. I agree, but how can you deal with this situation when we are talking about schools. It is not the school's choice for parents to be gay, nor was it their choice to have a test-tube baby, nor was it their choice for parents to get a divorce. Divorce has become the majority, not the minority, so it is wise for schools to teach kids that it is okay, because KIDS still need to feel like they are loved and that their mom and dad love them. We can't simply alienate them and make them feel worse than they already do. That only leads back to the suicide point he also brings up, but forgets to mention the rampant bullying of the "boys will be boys" mentality of the 1950's. Death education? Never heard of it. Teasing and mocking homosexuals (a people already confused) until they kill themselves, seems to happen all the time. Am I advocating for the examples in this book? Of course not, they were an outrage, a travesty, a cruel joke hidden under the guise of education. Am I skeptical of his examples? Yes, he seemed to be very narrow. I don't think people realize how many public schools are in the United States, and when one or two do something wrong that doesn't mean they all are. I am also a byproduct of the educational system he attacks. I am a God fearing, family oriented, outstanding citizen. I took advanced Calculus in high school, graduated from a four year university in four years without remedial classes, and I became a teacher so I could help kids. I have never heard of nor seen any of the things he claims are so rampant in our schools. He is using the minority to define the majority. He also tends to use quotes that are taken out of context, and argues with quotes where it seems like he didn't get the main idea of what the quote was saying. He, himself, was not a teacher, but was in fact a superintendent. Part of the adminstration that is too far removed from kids to be effective. People need to stop pointing the finger at education. We are overworked, under appreciated, and our ONLY incentive to this job is to do what is best for kids. The only reason I get up in the morning is the hope that God will allow me to make a difference in a child's life. You would openly attack this without having any form of how to fix things except Christian schools and private schools, an option many parents do not have either because of money, location, or God love them differing beliefs. I love my kids as though they were my own, and I will always do what I know is best for them. Take a look at yourself for a moment. How much interest do you play in your child's life? How active are you in the school? What boundaries have you set at home to show family values? Now, because you read this book you probably do those things, but think about the millions of families that don't. Look beyond yourself for a minute and think about how hard some families really have it. I'm not talking about people abusing the system. I'm talking about honest folks just trying to make a living. Now, realize for a minute that you're still thinking about the adults in the situation. How much scarier, how much more confusing, how much more intimidating for a child who still needs to be told "I love you." Stop trying to destroy the one refuge many students, people, familes have, and start trying to help them the way you've been asked to help them.

  5. 4 out of 5

    William Galaini

    It is clear that much of the egalitarian educational system that is the American middle-class ideal is failing. The need and value for a strong, reliable, and consistant American education is beyond measure and is not only a part of our cultural identity but the bedrock of our entire future in a competitive, globalizing planet. I was compelled to the book for its title, and how much I worry about our nation's education. What I found was a scathing, poorly researched soap box that was more preoccu It is clear that much of the egalitarian educational system that is the American middle-class ideal is failing. The need and value for a strong, reliable, and consistant American education is beyond measure and is not only a part of our cultural identity but the bedrock of our entire future in a competitive, globalizing planet. I was compelled to the book for its title, and how much I worry about our nation's education. What I found was a scathing, poorly researched soap box that was more preoccupied with protecting the misogynistic society of white privilege than actually educating ANYONE. I will go through why this book is unworthy of even leveling a corner of a chest of drawers. First off, the "research." I put "research" in quotations because it is very important that you don't mistake Stormer's "research" for actual research which is what most writers do. Stormer proceeds to cherry pick his data from inconclusive gatherings as well as CLEARLY patroned studies with no concern for objective findings whatsoever. Stormer has no intrest in understanding the problem with education. He only wishes to find the data that supports the sales of his sensationalist book. Simply have the internet open to your library archive/journal database either on campus or at your county library branch and you will invalidate many of his various sources in minutes. Secondly, Mr. Stormer doesn't grasp the simple, third grade concept of cause and effect. Perhaps it had something to do with his education? He postulates and even later in the book flat out ASSERTS that homosexuality being accepted is a major cause of our modern educational quagmire. If I need to explain how astoundingly broken this is, I suggest you just stop reading the review and tune in to Glenn Beck's am talk show where he will ask you to mail him more gold for cash. Thirdly, and finally because I'm getting tired of this, is the poor word choice and writing approach. Clearly Stormer is versed in biblical study and he references it to show this but he does so in odd places. It is almost as though he is so desperate to assert the higher authority of Christendom's modernly translated text that he stumbles over his own talking points to do so. It is flailing and despondent. Overall, Stormer's book reads like a ranting declaration of war against America's future and progress. He illustrates issues against the supreme court's progressive rulings, racial and sexual equality, and makes an impassioned case for traditional gender roles (eg women in the kitchen etc). The man wrote a book lost in time, and a shameful time at that, where being a white male was a ticket to achievement despite one's lacking greatness. And if writing and thinking is the judgement of said greatness.... well, the only way Stormer has ANYTHING is clearly by being born a white male.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lacy

    This book gives a disturbing look into what happens in public schools. It gives many examples of school policies, proving that the basis of public schooling is not education. Drugs, bullying, school shootings and teen pregnancies are side effects of the actual curricula! What you don't know can hurt you and your children. This book gives a disturbing look into what happens in public schools. It gives many examples of school policies, proving that the basis of public schooling is not education. Drugs, bullying, school shootings and teen pregnancies are side effects of the actual curricula! What you don't know can hurt you and your children.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Danae

    I thought this was pretty interesting at first, but i kind of lost interest half way through. And he repeated himself a few times. Also, i'm not sure how much of it is out-dated, considering it was written in '98. But for 50 cents, it wasn't bad. :) I thought this was pretty interesting at first, but i kind of lost interest half way through. And he repeated himself a few times. Also, i'm not sure how much of it is out-dated, considering it was written in '98. But for 50 cents, it wasn't bad. :)

  8. 5 out of 5

    Eva

    I read this book before I made up my mind to home school my kids and after I did it helped me solidify my decision. I'm so glad I home school! I read this book before I made up my mind to home school my kids and after I did it helped me solidify my decision. I'm so glad I home school!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne

    This is an excelent book! This book describes in detail the agenda of the Department of education to dumb down our children.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Crystal H

    Very powerful book! Has definitely convinced me to home school!

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    Preston Chmura

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    Christopher Heater

  22. 4 out of 5

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  25. 5 out of 5

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  26. 5 out of 5

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  27. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Hughes

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    Kathy

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