Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Global Strong Cities Cold War, Series#2,Child Abuse in the Classroom:#28, Testimony of Marcella Warila (court transcripts against Department of Education.

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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:
 #28 Testimony of Marcella Warila:
 True Court Transcripts against the Department of Education: 

“I, Marcella, as a housewife from Portland, Oregon, a mother of four, and a former teacher. My testimony concerns violations of parents and students rights that I personally have observed in workshops for high school students in the Talented and Gifted Program in Area 1 of Portland Public Schools. 

Candidates for this program are chosen from the top 3% of the national school population. In December of 1979, in what was called a “Risk Taking workShop” a professional Communications Consultant made statements to 50 students age 14 and up that would tend to alienate them from their parents control and influence. 

Here is the statement: “

Your parents values are different from yours. They grew up at a different time and have a different field of experience. You are beginning to take risks and make decisions that your parents might not approve. You are running into conflict with your parents. Up to now your parents have gotten away with directing and controlling you.” every mention made of their parents was negative. The consultant told them that in making decisions one of the things they need to evaluate is loss of support of people who are close to them. 

She told them that when their beliefs are bombarded by a sufficient number of opposing beliefs their entire set of values will be shifted and replaced by a new set of values. This is their strategy of value clarifications and sensitive training. The deliberate and methodical changing of a person’s values is called brain washing. In January of 1980 I attended a problem solving, decision making, workshop called, “Effective Change.”

It was put on by two men. One was from the Oregon Department of Education and the other one was a highly skilled sensitivity facilitator. He quickly established harmony with the students by telling them how smart they were and how much they could teach others. Then in a values clarification session he encouraged them to air their gripes and discuss “myths” meaning the restraints and restrictions that parents and society placed on them. They were left with the impression that they were smart enough to make all their own decisions without parental interference.

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(To be continued )
Teaching no Absolutes: Truth is Perception: 
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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