September 28, 2017
From: Donna Garner <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, September 27, 2017 10:16 AM
“Action Step: Child Abuse in the Classroom, a Legal Challenge to ESSA”
By Donna Garner – 9.27.17
[Please join this effort to let Pres. Trump know how desperately concerned we are about the new ESSA (replacement for NCLB) and its codification into law of the implementation of social, emotional, and behavioral standards and interventions into our nation’s classrooms. Simply cut/copy/paste this article but add your own name and home address. Then e-mail to Pres. Trump. If you sincerely care about protecting children from child abuse by the government, please take action now. – Donna Garner]
To: The Honorable President Donald Trump, firstname.lastname@example.org
From: Donna Garner (Please put your own home address here.)
Re: Grassroots Campaign — Child Abuse in the Classroom, A Legal Challenge to ESSA — http://www.childabuseintheclassroom.com/
On September 27, 2017, Citizens across the United States are going to wage an aggressive grassroots effort to stop The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).
Our nationwide campaign, Child Abuse in the Classroom, A Legal Challenge to ESSA, is prepared to oppose this federal legislation. Parents and citizens across the United States are requesting an immediate injunction to stop the implementation of social, emotional, and behavioral standards and interventions that have been codified in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) passed and signed into law in December of 2015.
Although the implementation of these non-academic standards and interventions have been previously approved and funded by former President Obama through the Executive Order 12866 and the illegal ESEA Flexibility Waivers, Congress has not stopped the progressive execution of these experimental, psychological manipulations in the classrooms of America.
Because our children are at-risk of abuse, we are calling for an immediate investigation!
We Hereby Request that President Trump and Vice-President Pence immediately form an investigating committee to stop the implementation of Every Student Succeeds Act.
We Request that President Trump rescind the OBAMA Executive Order 12866 that weakened FERPA, (Family Education Rights and Privacy Act.).
We Request that Secretary DeVos immediately shut down the data mining of our children and immediately stop the transmission of personally identifiable information on our children from the local school district through the state longitudinal data systems to the IES/NCES.
We Request that Secretary DeVos immediately shut down the teacher training and Intervention techniques carried out by IDEA (Individuals Disability Education Act) in ESSA; immediately stop the experimental and psychological abuse in the classroom that is prohibited by the Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment; and immediately recognize and enforce all of the other privacy laws protecting children.
The following is a list of dangerous violations and the illegal aspects of Every Student Succeeds Act that our campaign has challenged:
Violations of ESSA that initiate Child Abuse in the Classroom.
Data Tracking: Collection of PII (Personally Identifiable Information) on babies, children, and teachers identified with a unique national ID, contracted by the Institute for Educational Sciences, NCES/IES, in compliance with Obama’s Executive Order 12866 creating state longitudinal data systems to collect and share data.
Data Trafficking: States Release Personally Identifiable Information, PII, to 3rd Party Contractors: State Departments of Education are able to enter into written agreements with businesses, foundations, higher education, and other Departments, releasing PII because of the loopholes in FERPA, (Family Education Rights and Privacy Act) that redefine school officials. Personally Identifiable Information, “womb to workforce” data, is freely given to 3rd party contractors through written agreements contracted by each state DOE.
Treatment, Interventions, Psychological Abuse: ESSA mandates PII collected on attitudes, values, beliefs, and dispositions (grit) carried out by IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act). All students, birth through college-aged students are targeted under Title I for behavior change, Child Find. The NCES/IES monitors and evaluates compliance, experimental research using a unique national ID.
Privacy Violations: Exchange and Re-Disclosure of PII continues, including data collected on attitudes, values, beliefs, and dispositions, without the knowledge or consent of parents. Directory information is cross-referenced with behavioral data collected on the local level. Privacy protections have been removed. Data, the new currency, uses children as a commodity. These blatant data mining violations are child abuse.
Violations of the Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment, PPRA: Violations under Title I school wide through the use of psychiatric, psychological examination, assessment, evaluation, or testing; Psychiatric or psychological treatment/interventions deceptively used in classrooms without the knowledge, disclosure, or written permission of parents. ESSA forbids mental health screening without consent.
Civil Rights Violations: Interventions, treatment, and re-education of attitudes, values, dispositions, and beliefs of children are profound violations of 1st Amendment protections of our God-given right to “right of conscience” and the 4th Amendment protection of our God-given right “to be secure in their persons.”
Public Law 103-33, General Education Provisions Act, Sec 438: Federal Government is supervising and directing curriculum creating a “model national curriculum” and a national test. NCES/IES evaluates and monitors students, teachers, funding, principals, schools, districts, and states for mental health data.
Malpractice and Maltreatment of Children and Babies by Teachers and Preschool Caregivers: Teachers/preschool caregivers, (exceeding their professional certifications), are required to screen, evaluate, perform anecdotal behavioral assessments, conditioning, and implement psychological remediation of the child’s attitudes, values, beliefs, and dispositions to comply with global initiatives under ESSA defined by Department of Labor SCANS Report, creating the process of “supply-chain management to humans.” These violations have created Child Abuse in the Classroom.
Anita B. Hoge, PA: 724-263-0474
Mary Black, IN: 317-839-3601
Karen Bracken, TN: 215-692-2147
Alice Linahan, TX: 972-322-8313
Lynne Taylor, NC: 704-517-3481