The U.N., ESEA, and School Mental Health Clinics
By Carole Hornsby Haynes, Ph.D. | September 5, 2015 Education Views
As the U.S. Congress returns to Washington from summer recess, it will resolve the differences in their two radical bills to arrive at a final package for reauthorizing the unconstitutional Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA). This is Washington’s primary mechanism to steal control of education from parents and local communities. This law opened a tsunami of federal funding to schools, initiating the federalization of schools. ESEA was amended in 2002 with the widely reviled No Child Left Behind Act, imposing a radical program of high stakes testing and federalizing the curriculum in schools.