Monday, December 26, 2016

Global Strong Cities Cold War, Series#2,Child Abuse in the Classroom:#7 Education for Therapy

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Global Strong Cities Cold War,
Series #2

Child abuse in the classroom:


Daily Bites of Child Abuse in the Classroom by Phyllis Schlafly :

Eagle Forum President Phyllis Schlafly:
# 7 Education for Therapy:

These hearings against Department of Education in 1984 provide page after page of documentation for the foresightedness of former Educator and US Senator Samuel I. Hayakawa, who warned the Senate in 1978 that the schools have become vehicles for a heresy that rejects the idea of education as the acquisition of knowledge and skills and instead regards the fundamental task in education as therapy. 

He said that such inquiring into attitudes, beliefs, and psychic and emotional problems is a serious invasion of privacy. This heresy is what has resulted in the schools replacing education (which addressed the child’s intellect and teaches knowledge and skills) with affective education (which addresses the child’s feelings and attitudes and spends class room time on psychological games and probing personal questionnaires) In practice, the therapy education is a system of changing the child’s values by techniques such as attitude questionnaires which dig into the privacy of the child and his family; psychological games in the class room and forcing the child to make adult decisions about such matters as suicide and murder, marriage and divorce, abortion and adoption. 

Therapy techniques used in the class room include violent and disturbing books and films; material dealing with parental conflict; death; drugs; mental illness; despair and suicide. Psychological games which force a child to decide which person shall be killed; (such as the Survival Game) Pornagraphic instructions in sex acts (legal and illegal) (moral and immoral) with a deliberate attempt to make the child reject the values of his parents and his religion. The promoters of the “strange therapy” education speak in a way designed to prevent parents from understanding either the purpose or methodology. It means one thing to the “therapy” professionals but another to parents who don’t suspect or understand what is happening.

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(To be continued )
 The Law against Class Room Therapy: 1978:
My next series is against Common Core. Phyllis Schlafly's "Child Abuse in the Classroom!
To be Continued in the Next Daily Bites of  Global Strong Cities Cold  War,series #2

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