Thursday, September 15, 2005

Getting educated

Many have asked me how they can learn more about what all the education reform will mean. Here's an opportunity to educate yourself a bit. Sharon Hughes of One Place will be doing an interview with noted author and Professor Alan Quist on Friday.

"America's Schools: The Battleground for Freedom" with Professor Allen Quist

September marks the beginning of a new school year and Author of the highly acclaimed book, "FedEd:The New Federal Curriculum and How It's Enforced," tells us why he says "new math" is part of the larger American battle for freedom, and that state standards and assessments promote pantheism, multi-culturalism and a New Marxism which he details in his latest book, "America's Schools: The Battleground for Freedom"...(more) We will also explore what the International Baccalaureate is and what Professor Quist's concerns are regarding the We the People curriculum, which is being implementing in schools throughout America.

The good news is with internet radio the shows are archived so if you miss it today - - there's always tomorrow.

Sharon also did an interview today with Sam Alibrando, author of the book Nature Never Stops Talking. (He's got a great blog that is wonderful for learning about how to articulate the Intelligent Design position.)

Thanks to Stacy Harp of Mind and Media for pointing out Sharon's website. It's a goldmine of information.

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