Transgenda: Transgender and Modern Eugenics | Jan Irvin and Joe Atwill | UnSpun 061 | Update

Update:
LM: Jan Irvin, Joe Atwill, friends and guests undertake some of the most comprehensive research into the topics they cover. Their investigations are exposing the who, in the “who is creating our culture”.

We may not agree with all of their conclusions but the team provide all the necessary citations as a starting point for your own research, if so desired.

And then, as Gary Hendershot says,”make up your own damn mind”.

more info: http://www.gnosticmedia.com/

The best reason not to home-school your children

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The best reason not to home-school your children

by Jon Rappoport

April 30, 2017

After conducting a multi-center, phase-3, double-blind, placebo controlled, independently reviewed study, encompassing 39 countries, various undersea kingdoms, and the moon, I’ve concluded that the best reason parents shouldn’t home-school their children is:

They can’t.

They can’t, because the public education they received was so wan and thin and bereft of substance, they’re unfit to teach.

For those parents who did receive a decent education, and who can handle the schedule, home schooling is a rational decision.

At minimum, it removes them and their kids from a system designed to impart values, values that should be taught at home.

Sex. Politics. Mental health. Vaccination. Gender. Contraception. Abortion. Diversity. These are a few issues schools now consider “public.” Schools become society’s parents. It takes a village. Their kind of village. They run it. They own it. “For the…

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Thinking is the Best Way To Travel | Trivium Education – Jan Irvin | redux

LM: Thinking is the best way to travel. Check out the excellent Trivium Education page created by Jan Irvin et al.

full information: http://www.triviumeducation.com/

trivium_front_tile-960x3001The Trivium method: (pertains to mind) – the elementary three.

General Grammar, Aristotelian Logic, and Classical Rhetoric comprise the first three rules-based subjects of the 7 Liberal Arts and Sciences. As these disciplines are learned and practiced together, they form the overarching, symbiotic system for establishing clarity and consistency of personal thought called the Trivium.

[1] General Grammar [2] Formal Logic [3] Classical Rhetoric
Answers the question of the Who, What, Where, and the When of a subject. Answers the Why of a subject. Provides the How of a subject.
Discovering and ordering facts of reality comprises basic, systematic knowledge. Developing the faculty of reason in establishing valid [i.e., non-contradictory] relationships among facts is systematic understanding. Applying knowledge and understanding expressively comprises wisdom or, in other words, it is systematically useable knowledge and understanding.

Illiterate teachers produce illiterate students produce controlled societies | Legal Insurrection

To boost diversity, NY State drops teacher literacy test

 Posted by William A. Jacobson   

Test meant to raise teacher standards latest victim of diversity religion, minority students will suffer most.

excerpt from Legal Insurrection

New York State has been trying to raise teacher standards in order to solve the problem of low graduation and literacy rates in minority school populations.

That makes sense – how can an academically unqualified teacher be expected to help raise academic success among students. These increased standards were meant to help minority students by ensuring that qualified teachers were not limited to wealthier districts.

One of the key components of the push for higher teacher qualifications was a literacy test. The test is just one of several tests prospective teachers need to pass. That literacy test survived a court challenge in 2015.  A federal judge found that the test, unlike prior tests, was not discriminatory:

“… Judge Wood ruled that the state and Pearson, the testing company that helped devise the exam, had done a proper job of making sure that the “content of the ALST is representative of the content of a New York State public-school teacher’s job.”

Yet that has not stopped claims that the test is racist based entirely on the tests results, which Black and Hispanic prospective teachers passed as lower rates than whites.

full article: http://legalinsurrection.com/2017/03/ny-state-drops-teacher-literacy-test-that-survived-court-challenge-to-boost-diversity/