Global Schooling: The Hijacking of American Education is a 15-page article that answers the question: Why does the United States keep falling scholastically farther behind more and more countries, no matter how much money is thrown at compulsory public schooling?
Patrick Wood published this article August 17, 2005, and the last 10 years verify all that he wrote.
Global Schooling: The Hijacking of American Education
Hijack: To seize control of (a moving vehicle) by use of force, especially in order to reach an alternate destination.
This issue demonstrates the virtual takeover, or hijacking, of American education by the same global elite who have already been noted in other issues of The August Review. The time period for this hijacking is roughly the same as the economic plundering of America detailed in For Sale: The United States of America — it started roughly in 1973, and is still in progress today.
The success of globalism rides on the back of manipulating the minds of students to reflect patterns of global dogma. These students may be academically inferior to their 1970 counterparts, but scholarship was easily traded for the globalist-friendly character traits of a global citizen — traits that will not question the globalist agenda, but that will indeed welcome it as an inevitable evolution of civilization.
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