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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Enhanced ReCast - DDD 4 - Deliberately Dumbing Down series

Part 4 - This seven-part series of interviews with Charlotte Iserbyt focuses on the intentional decline of public education in the United States.  Find more Enhanced ReCasts at mediamodepresents.blogspot.com.

Iserbyt served as Senior Policy Advisor in the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI), U.S. Department of Education, during the first Reagan Administration, where she first blew the whistle on a major technology initiative which would control curriculum in America's classrooms.  

You can find a wealth of downloadable information at her web site, deliberatedumbingdown.com.

At the bottom of the page, you'll notice a new feature (thanks to Yahoo! Web Player) - you can now listen to the episode right from this page!  You can't use the chapter headings as bookmarks yet but hey, at least you can refer to them as you listen.  You'll still need to download the m4a version at the link below and use either Itunes or VLC to utilize those.  Enjoy!  Audio tagged by mediamode, November 2012.

Chapter Headings for this episode:

Patriot Act discussion

What HAS to happen to get to a world government

Charlotte's contact info

thomas.loc.gov

1968 NY Gov. Rockefeller NWO quote

Guess who was a communist?

What's the deal with Life-long Learning?

Where does this stuff come from?

One world government - one world education system

Charlotte's contact info and Outro


Books/information mentioned in this episode:

Legislative information from the Library of Congress

Film about Edward R. Murrow from Hollywood's perspective  - Good Night and Good Luck [HD DVD]



Online version of From Major Jordan's Diaries by George Racey Jordan

 School's Out: Hyperlearning, the New Technology, and the End of Educationby Lewis J. Perelman
 
 

Wiki biography of Benjamin Bloom, creator of Bloom's Taxonomy

America's Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull & Bonesby Antony C. Sutton



UNESCO's Education web page

Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching web site

Council on Foreign Relations' white paper, Building a North American Community

National Center on Education and The Economy (ncee.org)

UN's International Union of Local Authorities (IULA) - you'll notice that the link to iula.org is mysteriously broken, however you can read their mission statement.

Downloadable PDF version of The Impossible Dream by Maureen Heaton

Foundations: Their Power and Influenceby Rene A. Wormser

 

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DDD 4 - download it here or listen below: