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RESEARCH ABOUT TEACHING AND LEARNING 1st Edition
RESEARCH ABOUT TEACHING AND LEARNING 2ndEdition
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This Report Produced by the Office of the Inspector General for the Federal Department of Education covers from 1999-2016 to Present the Amount of FEDERAL funds which have been misused, misappropriated, in relationship to various Education scams for Charter/Choice schools and Colleges - some of which have been set up by individuals who entered this country on HB5 visas. If you take the time to read them you will find yourself very angry. This report does NOT cover the lost funds through individual states Charter/Voucher fraud and corruption. In most cases for some reason these individuals are not being made to repay the funds nor are they asked to put up any collateral especially for those under the Charter School Management companies.
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2010 Letter from Rep. John Kline to Education Secretary
Arne Duncan re: Student Privacy
Two Florida Mother's Analysis of the ALPINE/edCount Validation Report
1934 Conclusions and Recommendations of the Carnegie Committee
"Conclusions and Recommendations for the Social Studies", funded by the tax-exempt Carnegie Corporation of New York, and published in 1934, is the most important report ever written on the future of American education. All its recommendations and its philosophy are an intrinsic part of education in the United States today. Professor Harold Laski, a philosopher of British socialism, said of this report: "At bottom, and stripped of its carefully neutral phrases, the report is an educational program for a 'Socialist America'. One excerpt from this important report reads: "The implications for education are clear and imperative: (a) the efficient functioning of the emerging economy and the full utilization of its potentialities require profound changes in the attitudes and outlook of the American people, especially the rising generation--a complete and frank recognition that the old order is passing, that the new order is emerging, and the knowledge of realities and capacity to co-operate are indispensable to the development and even the perdurance (a philosophical theory of persistence and identity) of American society; and (b) the rational use of the new leisure requires a cultural equipment which will give strength and harmony to society instead of weakness and discord. (pp. 34-35).
DID YOUR STATE PLAY THE RACE TO THE TOP GAME? Mine Did!
Jeb Bush and Arne Duncan Discussing that Gov. Scott Was Fearful of a Rebellion Over Common Core!
Gov. Scott Called Arne Duncare for Help on How to Proceed - This was in preparation to Gov. Scott telling the parents of Florida he was going to get rid of the standards - but he lied because he intended only to follow Huckabee's suggestion to "re-brand"!
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1997 TESTIMONY OF HENRY HYDE RE: SCHOOL TO WORK