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Wednesday, 1 May 2013

"Another Pack Of New World Order Lies"

Four year old code crunchers





Children as young as four and five will start learning code crunching and other computing skills.
From September IT teachers from Hautlieu will start sharing their expertise with staff and students in all 22 Jersey states primary schools. 
The aim is to create an expert in every primary school who can then help students develop a range of computing skills including problem solving, creativity and programming language.
The plan is to enthuse pupils to become the next generation of developers.
Stuart Hughes, Acting Deputy Head teacher at Hautlieu, is leading the project. He said: "Our staff are specialists in their subject and have worked closely with the examination boards over the last four years to develop the new computing curriculum at GCSE and A Level standard. 
"We have considerable expertise in this field, particularly in computer programming and this is a great opportunity for us to support our primary colleagues. Our aim is to further develop the delivery of creative learning through the use of digital technology."

The project has come about as a direct result of extra States investment in IT. £3 million has been set aside to develop a new IT Skills Strategy for the Island over the next three years. 
Christine Walwyn, Finance and IT Director at ESC, is leading the group and said: "It is generally recognised that the IT curriculum has not kept pace with technological developments or the skills requirements of the workplace. 
"This is an exciting opportunity for Jersey to start making improvements, even before the curriculum is formally updated in England."

What a crock of shit, have you ever heard so much bullshit and dribble coming from someone who isn't even the Bailiff?

Charlotte Iserbyt

Charlotte Thompson Iserbyt served as the head of policy at the Department of Education during the first administration of Ronald Reagan. While working there she discovered a long term strategic plan by the tax exempt foundations to transform America from a nation of rugged individualists and problem solvers to a country of servile, brainwashed minions who simply regurgitate whatever they're told.

Part one of our exclusive interview with Iserbyt breaks down how conditioning/training under a corporate agenda has replaced traditional education, leading to a deliberate dumbing down of Americans. Iserbyt further explains how Reagan signed agreements merging the U.S. and Soviet systems under the United Nations banner, turning over education and many other areas of public policy to global control.

This 74 minute exposé is a must see for anyone who wants to truly know why the education system is deliberately crafted to produce human drones with no critical thinking whose only skills are to be subservient, trust authority and follow orders.





Her book,'The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America' is free at







2 comments:

  1. Some years ago, a person by the name Clifford Stoll published a book "High-Tech Heretic: Why computers don't belong in schools". I have some sympathy with the view. Having said that, I do believe that it is necessary for children to be given the opportunity to take an interest in computing at a lower level than use of say an iPad or their games console. An awful lot of 5 year olds have one now, or have access to one. If the choice is between bringing children up on iPads or bringing them up on "proper computers" I would prefer to see them using proper computers. I don't think that it is appropriate to view computer use as promoting government drones although arguably it has lead to people becoming less interested in local politics as they migrate to the politics of the online societies they participate in.

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