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Deliberate Dumbing Down of America

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Deliberate Dumbing Down of America
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Publisher: 3d Research Co
ISBN/ASIN: 0966707109
ISBN-13: 9780966707106
Number of pages: 738

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This book argues that the academic meltdown in our public education system is intentional. It asserts that change agents have been working at the Education Department to change curriculum, not to improve teaching but to promote a socialist agenda. Their role is to create schools which will mold obedient citizens who no longer have the knowledge and skills to improve their lot in life, but are dependent on government/multi-national companies' guidance to survive.

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