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US Ed’s Global Shakedown

Anti Fed Ed Warriors,

Recently I’ve shown you several globally overreaching agenda items which are showing up in our US Congress. As you know, I’ve asked “WHY?”. Why are our US taxpayer dollars going to fund programs and set laws which are NOT American made, nor citizen driven? Especially when it comes to education.

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Warriors, as you can see by this vintage political cartoon, having American citizens pay for D.C.’s ‘extravagance’ is an age old issue. Now, why would I choose to insert ‘extravagance’?

After all, education is NOT a luxury..it’s a privilege. I chose the ‘e’ word to make a point. American citizens are supposed to be the ones who influence Congress to create legislation, not lobbyists, corporations, or, global groups.

Yet, we’ve seen in the War Vs the Core just how easily We, the People, are dismissed. Congress is being extravagant with its power.

Wait Lynne, you said education is a privilege. Isn’t it actually a ‘right’? That depends Warriors. Are you thinking American or globally?

Global rhetoric has preached for years that education is a right and therefore MUST be given. The only problem with this logic is what is mandated (or in this case a ‘must’) is also controlled.

In the case of the CCSS Machine’s domain over globally based education, look at HOW controlled America’s education has become. It’s also become even MORE controlled by global forces. Yet, We the People will be expected to pick up the global-to-fed-led bill every time.

The classic thought concerning education in America (as elsewhere) was that by having education treated as a privilege, everyone involved got way more bang for their taxpayer dollar.

Think about it, teachers wanted to teach because they were encouraged, not forcibly controlled. Students were inspired to learn because they knew going to school was a step in the right direction, not a step to some assessment mandated job.

The CCSS Machine has murdered any joy, privilege, or enjoyment associated with education. Both for teachers AND students.

The ‘un-intended’ victims? The families and taxpayers.
Our compliance is not a choice, it, too, is a controlled mandate.
We have no say in the fact we do NOT wish to see our taxpayer dollars fund globally based Congressional bills.

The Latest Global Grab Bag:

From NC, August 2017, this screen shot from the Global Ready Implementation Rubric:


 How committed to globalism is your State? Where I live (NC), is 100% committed. I’ve shared this with you many times* before here on my blog. The most recent commitments from the SBE (State Board of Education, where all political parties are involved), and the NC DPI (Dept. of Public Instruction). While we assume this only involves public schools of all kinds, this globalization in education reaches into private education, as well as homeschooling. How? Dual enrollment, AP courses, assessments, on-line or hybrid classes, extra curricular activities, and more.

*In the embedded link for NC global readiness, you’ll find many other States, ties to the UN (United Nations), UNESCO, The Asia Society, the united fronts of the NEA and AFT willing participating in the global shift in education, and so much more.

From the NEA (National Education Association) Foundation:

NEAglobalThis screen shot is from the NEA Foundation’s recent announcement for the latest Global Fellowships.
To access the Education First information, go here.
To see the Gates Foundation grants, they are here.

From the AFT’s (American Federation of Teachers) website:

To see the shift to the Fulbright Program, go here.
To see the Global Education Symposium information, look here.

From EI (Education International):
, both the AFT and the NEA are affiliates of the EI. If you’ve not heard of this international organization, look at their requirements for affiliates/members.

To see the EI’s history, find it here.
To read the 2015 EI’s 7th World Congress on education, it’s located here.

From GAML (Global Alliance to Monitor Learning), this screen shot:

To see the GAML Task Forces, visit this page.
Warriors, most of data mining information can be found in the technical assistance pages for the UIS and GAML. Since both of these are arms of the UN, the ultimate location for the data is the United Nations. To get a global tidal wave of data to the UN, you have to have data partners. You’ll be able to access all kinds of education data tracks here.
GAML Related, from June 2017, my look at the Global Alliance to Monitor Learning .

From the CIES (Comparative and International Education Society):
This FL based international group targets higher education.

To see the CIES Board of Directors, visit here. To see their Constitution and By-laws, go here. From the CIES 2017 Fall Symposium, a global list of organizations and educational opportunities. This meeting was held at George Mason University, so you’ll see the GMU in the website address.

Other Resources:

Global education related, from my fellow anti Fed Ed Warrior, Alison Hawver McDowell’s guide to the latest educratic buzzwords. Most of these will be included in the global shift from quality education to global workforce training.

If you missed this 2009 School Readiness paper for Global Education, you’ll see how it plays into our social structure.

In 2016, a report on the higher educated US citizens and their global readiness.

This Youth Index from the International Youth Foundation (IYF) includes American education among the globalization.


Click here to see the complete American profile.
To see the complete list of CCSS Machine member partners for the IYF, go here.

If you missed this early 2017 EdWeek blog article about what the 5 goals of ‘global education’ are, you should read it. Weigh in where we are in American education now that 2017 is almost over.


Warriors, as we close out yet another year of opposing the CCSS Machine, may you find a bit of rest. May your family be blessed. May you find the time to recharge your Anti Fed Ed ‘batteries’. We have a big road ahead in 2018. We’ll need all the truth we can amass to continue our mission of protecting our nation and its citizens from the educational assault. Thank you ALL for your continued support.
A Personal note to you, my followers.

From my humble home in NC, I wish you much joy and love. I’ll be taking a family break, beginning Dec. 19th. It’s been a roller coaster year and I’m finding that my first official Christmas without either of my parents alive, has its moments. I’ll be back here by 12/27.



Education’s “Cooked Goose”

Warriors, we know education in America can be considered a ‘hot mess’. The state of education in the ESSA Era (Every Student Succeeds Act) could also be referred to as a ‘train wreck’.

For this article, I chose ‘cooked goose’. Why? It’s meaning as a phrase expresses spoiling plans; ruining someone’s opportunities. In other words, succeeding won’t happen.

Warriors, plainly stated, ESSA will NOT give our student success at what THEY want. It is designed to link itself to the WIOA, STEM Act, HEA, and all other related workforce/education laws. (*WIOA: Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act; STEM is short for Science, Technology, Engineering, and, Math; HEA: Higher Education Act)

Before we point the finger exclusively to Washington, D.C.; we must point it back to the CCSS Machine and it’s association to UNESCO.
Yes, before Bill Gates signed that ‘one curriculum for every child’ agreement (2004), there was the UNESCO publication called the International Classification of Standards.
The document was used as a basis for a presentation in 2009 by a team of ‘education experts’. Sutton and Golder. What was the point of this team in using a 1997 document?
It was the same thing which prompted Gates to sign his agreement:


For where’s there technology, there’s data. Where there’s data, there’s money to be made.
Quality education? Left by the wayside, Warriors.

Who Are Sutton and Golder?

Dr. Staurt Sutton is from the University of Washington at Seattle
Diny Golder
(aka: Diny Golder-Dardis) is a co-founder of P21 (Partnership for 21st Century Skills) She is also key to JES and Company.
(*Note: the embedded link for Golder is to a 2003 Symposium paper about increasing technology. You’ll see her roles in both capacities mentioned. You’ll also see the U.S. Dept. of Education’s involvement. You’ll also be directed to some external links about the CEO Forum. I was unsuccessful accessing these. However, I did find a 2001 publication by the CEO Forum. It’s cover states it all.)


Back to Sutton and Golder’s involvement:
Together this team produced 3 white papers together. All 3 were based on increasing technology in our classrooms; for teachers and students. They wrote these 3 papers for the ASN (Achievement Standards Network).

If you’ve not heard of the ASN, it was created by Golder and Sutton with grant money (2 grants) awarded them by the NSF (National Science Foundation), under the JES and Company’s name.

NSF is the group which created the acroynm “STEM” for marketing purposes in education. STEM is a tool used by the UNESCO for pushing the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) in education.

Helping expand the ASN was a generous Gates grant award in 2012 to JES and Co.

In 2013, my dear anti CCSS Warrior friend, Donna Garner, published an article tying ASN, Jes and Co. to the CSCOPE (TX’s supposedly not-CCSS educational framework and standards) and the EdGate organization.


ASN is now owned by D2L. D2L was founded in 1999 by John Baker of Canada. Today, D2L has some of the biggest CCSS Machine members as partners. Their ‘job’? Tying more technology and education together.)

Other Sutton and Goldar Work:

In 2008, it was a paper on matching education resources to education standards for all the grade levels between K and 12th grade. This document appears to be for the National Science Digital Library. It’s about how to use metadata.
In 2009, it was all about discovering concepts in education via learning objectives. It is in this document they base their findings and solutions off of the 1997 UNESCO Report. (*Note: the 2010 paper they wrote was for Australia’s curriculum and configuring it to RDFs).


The 1997 Standards document was updated, just 2 years later (1999). It is in this one where you’ll begin to see the UIS (UNESCO Institute for Statistics) begin to surface.

Look at the way it’s portrayed on the website:


Look at the reality of data ‘transformation’:


Warriors, why would I use ‘track’? Think about it, the technology increases in American classrooms are designed to track progress; to measure mental abilities. These results are then used to track the courses/classess and eventual careers. ESSA, WIOA, and HEA embed it. STEM increases it! There’s another reason I chose the word ‘track’:

Warriors, ‘technical’ means technology use, which we know is data. We also know, that technology is part of ‘innovation’. Innovation has been used as a tool to update ‘infrastructure’. Education is being used as a tool to pump up jobs and the economy.

Do we see ANYWHERE in these contrived plots: a child’s desire to become what THEY want? Do we see anywhere how teachers can TEACH without conformity?! NO!

        Education’s goose has been royally cooked!

I urge you to read the information from the above screen shot here. It will lay out the indicators by which our students and teachers will be aligned to. It will explain how this data is to be used, and include the GAML (Global Alliance to Monitor Learning). The GAML is doing its own ‘cooking geese’ with assessments and data mining.

Warriors, remember, the SDGs are all to be in place by 2030.

Tying This Back To The American Push for Technology/Data:

Warriors, the way ESSA is written, an huge increase in technology, data mining is in the works. It is because of the foundational shift created in part, by folks like Sutton and Goldar, that we are so far down the path to comply with the U.N.
Sutton and Goldar are hardly alone. We know the CCSS Machine has been infiltrating companies, legislators, and everywhere in between to force us to assimilate into the overall plan to ruin education.

One of the biggest data mining tools which unites education and jobs, here in America are the SLDS and the WQDI (Student Longitudinal Data System and Workforce Quality Data Initiative). These track your student (regardless of their educational choice) from the classroom to their careers…and beyond.