Cover of: None dare call it education | John A. Stormer

None dare call it education

Published by Liberty Bell Press in Florissant, Mo .

Table of Contents

What schools do to children academically
What schools do t0 children morally
Using schools to create a new social order
Textbooks undermine America's foundations.
Marriage, family and home
No sex outside marriage
The sanctity of life
The sanctity of private property
If you don't work, you don't eat
Right and wrong are absolutes
The sanctity of contracts
Protecting national sovereignty
Individual rights come from God
Delegated authority
The certainty of answering later
God's existence is foundational
The revolution we lived through
The new generation of reformers
School-to-work will affect America's future
Outcome-based education modifies behavior
Schools are becoming mental health providers
Techniques for manipulating smart kids
NEA pushes reformers radical agenda
Rebuilding the foundations of a secular nation
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Edition Notes

"The documented account of how education "reforms" are undermining academics and traditional values" - cover.

Copyright Date 1999


Dewey Decimal Class 370.973
Library of Congress LA209.2 .S76 1999, LC268 .S86 1999

The Physical Object

Format Paperback
Pagination xvii, 266 p.
Number of pages 266

ID Numbers

Open Library OL24215477M
Internet Archive nonedarecallited00stor
ISBN 10 0914053140
ISBN 13 9780914053149
OCLC/WorldCat 45255047

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