An amazing Women On The Wall Call with special guests, Charlotte Iserbyt, author of Deliberate Dumbing Down of America and Dr. Patrick Huff, author of 'The Takeover of American Education'. Click below to hear the archive of that call. In addition, you can click this link to read her latest update which we mention on the call- Update... from the noxious nineties through the terrible twos (You know it’s true when it happens to you!)' http://www.voicesempower.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/update3910.pdf
Charlotte Iserbyt's website: http://www.deliberatedumbingdown.com/
Dr. Patrick Huff's website: http://www.aphuff.com/
Mentioned on the call- American Deception: http://www.americandeception.com/
On the call, Charlotte Iserbyt mentioned the Interagency Day Care Standards which is in federal law.
Excerpt: "Any agency, public or private, which receives federal funds directly or indirectly through a grant or contract... or by way of a voucher plan" must meet all program requirements (ed) that are set down for public schools. Acceptance of Federal funds is an agreement to abide by the requirements."
Then, in 1981 the American Legislative Education Council, formed by Paul Weyrich ("We are radicals who want to change the existing power structure. We are not conservatives..."), mailed to 16,000 state and federal officials and legislators a suggested educational voucher.
Thomas A. Shannon, Executive Director of the National School Boards Association, said, "Tuition Tax credits for private schools profoundly change the character of private education. Private schools that operate with public money will be subject to public regulations."
Sure enough, concurrently, on July 18, 1971, key federal legislation underlying and controlling any subsequent education legislation was adopted.
This master control system, "The Interagency Day Care Standards," hinged upon the federal government's own definition of day care: "Day-care is defined as the care of a child on a regular basis by someone other than the child's parents for any part of the 24-hour day."
It states that "Any agency, public or private, which receives federal funds directly or indirectly through a grant or contract... or by way of a voucher plan" must meet all program requirements (ed) that are set down for public schools. Acceptance of Federal funds is an agreement to abide by the requirements."
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