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"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." - Nelson Mandela

School choice’ schemes play into U.N. goals for control

By Carole Hornsby Haynes   February 16, 2023   First Published At World Net Daily

The debate over school choice is heating up as state legislatures and governors respond to the increasing pressure from parents who are angry about the racism, transgenderism, and Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) in taxpayer funded schools.

Iowa and Utah recently joined Arizona in passing a universal education savings account (ESA) while Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced his plan for a universal ESA and Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee promised a universal voucher.

Texas SB176: Trap for Government Control of Private Education

By Carole Hornsby Haynes February 16, 2023 

Texas lawmakers are considering a bill that will allow government control over private and homeschools. Currently private schools in Texas have no government requirements for registration, licensing, or approval requirements and accreditation is optional. If the state legislature passes school choice bill SB176, that will change. 

Parents 'taking back' public schools? It's an impossibility

By Carole Hornsby Haynes February 2, 2023  Published by World Net Daily

That thunderous noise, strangely like the crashing of the New York City Twin Towers, is the collapse of the government school system. Traditional public school enrollment is plummeting as parents withdraw their children for alternative educational arrangements. Public education is already feeling the impact with schools across the nation closing their campuses.

School Shutdowns Cost U.S. Economy Trillions

By Carole Hornsby Haynes January 19, 2023   World Net Daily 

In reponse to public anger over school closures and the impact on students, Anthony Fauci defensively retorted,“Well, I don’t think it’s forever irreparably damaged anyone.” Yet recent reports indicate the damage is long term – if not permanent.

The 2022 report by the National Assessment of Educational Progress showed pandemic school shutdowns wiped out decades of academic progress that will reduce lifetime earnings and cost the U.S. economy $28 trillion.

Who Gave the Government the Right to Push LGBT Propaganda into Schools?

By Carole Hornsby Haynes January 9, 2023  American Thinker

Obviously the message has not resonated with the federal government that parents are fed up with government dictating what their children are being taught and being told they have no rights as parents. On December 27, the CDC republished a “self-assessment tool” that encourages teachers, administrators, and school health staff to promote LGBTQ inclusive “school environments, policies, programs, and practices.”

Study: Teen Suicides Tied to School Calendar

By Carole Hornsby Haynes January 25, 2022   Published by World Net Daily

We now have proof. Government schools are driving teens to commit suicide. A new study, published by the National Bureau of Economic Research, concludes that “youth suicides are closely tied with in-person school attendance.”

Good news: Woke universities are losing enrollment and prestige

By Carole Hornsby Haynes January 16, 2023  World Net Daily 

Colonial colleges were founded to provide learned ministers, learned laymen, and higher education for its own sake. Two hundred years later in 1837 the first female college, Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, was founded to provide an education for women equal to that of the men-only Ivy League colleges. 

Today, these elite colleges have drifted from their original purpose and become bastions of far left ideology. 

Pilgrims Rejected Communism; 400 Years Later Will Americans Reject It Again?

By Carole Hornsby Haynes, Ph.D.    November 23, 2022    Adapted from original publication by American Thinker 

Last year our nation celebrated the 400th anniversary of the first Thanksgiving of the Pilgrims who had arrived a year earlier on November 11, 1620 on the Mayflower with 102 passengers -- men, women and children. They came as families to set up a society of self government with freedom to practice their own religion without fear of persecution from the English government or its church. This brave community laid the foundations for the United States of America. 

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