ONLY fools or knaves still refuse to recognize the handwriting on the wall, that is, relative to the Biden administration’s plans for the (mis)schooling of this generation and upcoming ones. Indeed, they are intentionally aiming towards dumbing them down. The key and core question is: to what end?
PLAINLY and simply, it involves a two-tier calculus. As per the first-tier, a dumbed-down citizenry is an infinitely more compliant and grateful populace. After all, who but a jack-ass will bite the hand that feeds (houses, clothes, etc.) them? Rhetorical.
AS such, with less resistance against a government which provides incentives for living on the dole — as opposed to success or failure through one’s own merits and individual responsibility — the stage is set for all kinds of governmental mischief. Control.
AND it is the first-tier which leads straight into the heart of the second-tier: Marxism! For in order to institute across-the-board Marxism, it is an absolute necessity to lower the expectations of upcoming generations, and, at the same time, pit groups against each other to keep the chaos alive. It is this out of control environment which ensures that a majority of citizens will beg for Federal intervention! Yes, the arsonists and the firemen are one and the same.
IN this regard, it is not accidental that a trifecta is brewing within America’s (mis)education system: the take-down of high-achievers; the insertion of race-bating/grievance-mongering via CRT, and the actual dumbing-down ala language and more …. what can go wrong …
ALL of which brings us to the latest treachery against the kiddies, the likes of which is the final nail in the coffin.
WHEN one enables the least capable candidates to enter the classrooms, well …. garbage in, garbage out ….
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DAILY WIRE | By Crissy Clark | July 7, 2021
The Biden administration announced a plan to expand tuition breaks for future teachers and remove GPA requirements for grant recipients in hopes of providing access to “students of color.”
The Department of Education oversees the Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) grant program, which provides tuition breaks for students obtaining degrees in education who commit to teaching in “high-need fields and underserved schools” for four years after graduation. The Biden administration, with the support of Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, announced that the annual grant amount for third and fourth-year students will double to $8,000 per recipient.
Biden’s plan will also remove the existing GPA requirements for recipients in the hopes of increasing access for students of color. AmericasCivilWarRising.org read more