There is a dilemma in American education. On the one hand, teachers are essential to student achievement. On the other, teachers unions promote self-interests of their members which are antithetical to the interests of students. So, how do we fix this problem? In five minutes, Terry Moe, Professor of Political Science at Stanford University, delineates this quandary and offers solutions.

Now this is really cool to hear. Orthodox Jews singing the 120th Psalm (Psalms 121).

This video is of a presentation that I gave at The Truth for the Next Generation Conference a few weeks ago in South Carolina. It is fully edited with an introduction including a music soundtrack. In addition, every important power-point slide with survey data, scripture, and secular humanist quotes is 100% integrated within the video. This could be a very useful resource to encourage Christian parents to abandon the Public Schools and provide their children with a purely Biblical education for the glory of God. It could also be useful in challenging pastors with a strong gospel centered, Great Commission focused, Biblical case against Public Education that ends with a call for pastors to rescue the flock of God that Jesus has given them from the Public Schools. The following are some of the questions that I answered:

  • Are the Public Schools Mission Fields or Indoctrination Centers?
  • Do the Public Schools sabotage the Gospel?
  • Should Christian Parents send their Children to the Public Schools?
  • Should we send them as Student Missionaries?
  • What does the Bible have to say?

This presentation exposes the Public Schools as indoctrination centers, demolishes both the “Christian Liberty” and the “Salt and Light” arguments, lovingly calls the church to abandon public education, and challenges pastors to rescue the church.

Watch this presentation, compare it to the Word of God, and if what I am saying is true, share the link to this video with your friends, family, and every pastor you know.

Want evidence of how biased the public school’s textbooks are?  Check this video out and receive Dr. Sandra Stotsky’s book The Stealth Curriculum: Manipulating America’s History Teachers for free.

 

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Pastor JC Hall gave a fiery message in support of Florida Citizens Alliance and their efforts to Stop Common Core in Florida.

 

Pastor Hall does not speak for FLCA but supports the efforts of all those fighting against Common Core. There are several bills in the Florida legislature and we encourage the citizens of Florida to educate themselves on those bills and tell their legislators to Stop Common Core in Florida and return educational control to the parents in their local districts.

How Will I Educate My Children | Joshua Steimle | TEDxHongKongED

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Joshua Steimle gave an incredibly interesting talk on home schooling and his thoughts on why he believes it is better than sending your children to school.

While he mentions Khan Academy, which I do not recommend due to their support of and becoming aligned with Common Core, his over all talk was spot on.

Joshua Steimle: Digital Marketing Guru, Forbes Contributor

Joshua Steimle is a self-taught entrepreneur, with a day job as the founder and CEO of MWI, an online marketing firm with offices in the US and Hong Kong. He is a contributor to Forbes and Entrepreneur magazines, as well as other publications. Steimle was raised by a mother and father who both had college degrees in education and taught within the US public education system, and Steimle, acting as his mother’s de facto teacher’s assistant, saw firsthand the hard work teachers perform, as well as the limitations of the system.

Steimle holds a Masters of Information Systems Management from Brigham Young University. His wife, also a BYU graduate, holds a Masters of Science in Marriage, Family, and Human Development, and they have two young children. Steimle has always been passionate about learning, but not necessarily within the bounds of traditional systems. Since having children, he has turned his pursuits in self-education to focus on various methods and philosophies of education including public education, private education, homeschooling, and unschooling.

 


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Noam Chomsky, one of the most radical Marxist education theorist alive today, believes the purpose of education is it indoctrinate individuals to  challenge, question doctrine, question authority, search for alternatives, to learn to act freely based upon your own impulses.  He his theory has been taught to all teachers as part of the indoctrination in the teacher colleges.

The American Principles Project (APP), the Heartland Institute and Pioneer Institute, co-hosted a one-day conference at Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana, in September 2013, to discuss the destructive implications of the Common Core Standards and the future of the education of America’s youth.

More than 200 people were in attendance at the sold out conference. Among the states represented were California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, and West Virginia; most of which have strong grassroots movements fighting against the Common Core.

Leading experts addressed the conference on the changing landscape of the American education system and the implications of the Common Core Standards. Concerned citizens, many of whom are parents, joined in the discussion by sharing their experiences and concerns.

The American Principles Project (APP), the Heartland Institute and Pioneer Institute, co-hosted a one-day conference at Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana, in September 2013, to discuss the destructive implications of the Common Core Standards and the future of the education of America’s youth.

More than 200 people were in attendance at the sold out conference. Among the states represented were California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, and West Virginia; most of which have strong grassroots movements fighting against the Common Core.

Leading experts addressed the conference on the changing landscape of the American education system and the implications of the Common Core Standards. Concerned citizens, many of whom are parents, joined in the discussion by sharing their experiences and concerns.

The American Principles Project (APP), the Heartland Institute and Pioneer Institute, co-hosted a one-day conference at Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana, in September 2013, to discuss the destructive implications of the Common Core Standards and the future of the education of America’s youth.

More than 200 people were in attendance at the sold out conference. Among the states represented were California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, and West Virginia; most of which have strong grassroots movements fighting against the Common Core.

Leading experts addressed the conference on the changing landscape of the American education system and the implications of the Common Core Standards. Concerned citizens, many of whom are parents, joined in the discussion by sharing their experiences and concerns.