Category: Education

Technical and Vocational Training: A Good Job Solves a lot of Problems

Why We Desperately Need To Bring Back Technical, Vocational and Career Training Education A vocational school, sometimes also called a trade school, career center, or vocational college, is a type of educational institution, which, depending on country, may refer to secondary or post-secondary education designed to provide vocational education, or technical skills required to perform the tasks of a particular and specific job. In the case of secondary education, these schools differ from academic high schools which usually prepare students who aim to pursue tertiary education, rather than enter directly into the workforce. With regard to post-secondary education, vocational schools are traditionally distinguished from four-year colleges by their focus on...

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ISESCO and their European Muslim Agenda

Alain Wagner: The reasons why Europe is being colonised by Muslims Posted by Richard Friand  Published on Sep 30, 2017 Alain Wagner explains with evidence the reasons why Muslim countries blackmailed European countries and made t(thei)r leaders betray their people by accepting a process which aims eventually to have Europe colonized by Muslims. Transcript to be added upon completion…. Video Source – YouTube *** Prospective strategic planning In the area of prospective, strategic planning for the educational, scientific, cultural, and communicational resurgence of the Islamic world, the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization laid down twelve (12) strategies together...

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BEN SHAPIRO – BERKELEY IS THE BELLY OF THE BEAST

BEN SHAPIRO – BERKELEY IS THE BELLY OF THE BEAST VIA – DAILY WIRE – September 15, 2017 FIVE THINGS HE LEARNED AT BERKELEY: 1. When The Police Are Allowed To Do Their Jobs, Antifa Is Powerless; 2. Many Students Are Infected By The Microaggression Mentality; 3. Many On The Left Are Willing To Label Anyone A White Supremacist; 4. Students Can Handle It; and 5. Conservatism Needs To Be Heard On Campus. Overall, the event was a great success. All the Leftist insanity merely brought a spotlight to conservatism, and to the necessity for free speech. Thanks so...

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ADN Compilation: Four Year College vs Trade School…Which is Better for U.S.?

ADN Compilation: Four Year College vs Trade School…Which is Better for U.S.? *** WSJ Poll: Americans Losing Faith in College Degrees By Tom Ciccotta   8 Sep 2017 A poll published on Thursday by the Wall Street Journal reveals that Americans are losing faith in college degrees. According to the Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, only 49 percent of Americans now believe that a four-year degree will lead to a good job and higher lifetime earnings. An overwhelming 47 percent claimed that they don’t believe a four-year degree will increase job and earnings prospects. Source – Breitbart *** The 2017 Industry Week...

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City of New Orleans Confederate Monuments, Patriots, Antifa, Black Lives Matter Protests

This entire research was conducted by Ann Rose Laurence. City of New Orleans, Confederate Patriots, Antifa, Black Lives Matter Protests LOUISIANA FLEUR DE LIS – WITH CONFEDERACY MONUMENTS The Fleur de lis photo. 1861 – 1865 shown is the period of the American Civil War. At the bottom is a concrete memorial, “Only the dead have seen the end of war” ~ PLATO ~ This concrete memorial is in Louisiana and the two tombstones at the bottom of the LA Fleur de lis is in honor of Unknown Solders USA – 1845. The one on the right is 1845...

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Education Post: Qatar Funding Globalization in U.S. Public Schools

by Dr. Susan Berry  26 Aug 2017 The Qatar Foundation has been funding U.S. K-12 public schools [education], seeking to ramp up their Arabic language and cultural curricula with an eye toward globalization. Similarly, Maggie Mitchell Salem, QFI’s executive director, says the foundation “partners” with U.S. school districts “to advance Arabic language learning and the understanding of Arab culture to develop global competency and critical 21st century skills that young Americans need to compete globally.”… …As Breitbart News reported in October of 2016, despite the “concerns” of the Clinton State Department about Qatar’s alleged human rights violations, “Qatar has donated $1,000,000 to...

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Free Online Courses That Will Make You Happier, Informed, Thoughtful. Religion and Foreign Languages offered as well

by Jamie Littlefield   Updated August 16, 2017 Here’s something to smile about: these 10 quality free online courses are waiting to teach you how to create a happier, more fulfilling life. Learn about the study of happiness from professors and researchers at top universities as you implement techniques such as meditation, resilience, mindfulness, and visualization into your own life. Whether you’re going through a rough spot or are simply looking for a few tips on creating a happier life, these courses can help bring a little sunshine your way. The Science of Happiness The Year of Happy Becoming a...

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Yale’s Disgraceful Whitewashing of History Continues

by Kyle Smith August 11, 2017 2:51 PM Yale’s determination to take a giant jar of Wite-Out to history has reached a new level of fatuousness. This week the Yale Alumni Magazine reported that a stone carving of an Indian and a Puritan over an entrance to Sterling Memorial Library had been bowdlerized, with the weapon the latter was holding covered up. A head librarian, Susan Gibbons, said that she and the university’s Committee on Art in Public Spaces found that the carving’s “presence at a major entrance to Sterling was not appropriate.” Yale ordered the musket of the...

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UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA CLASS LETS STUDENTS PICK OWN GRADES IF BAD GRADES CAUSE THEM STRESS

By:  MILO YIANNOPOULOS   AUGUST 8, 2017 >> Professor Rick Watson at the University of Georgia now allows students to decide their own grades, cancel homework assignments, and abandon student groups by citing a stress policy. >> Watson’s courses in Data Management and Energy Informatics include a “Stress Reduction Policy” that students can use whenever they are feeling stressed about inferior grades and inadequate performance. >> Tests in the courses are “open book and open notes” and “designed to assess low level mastery of the course material,” while during in-class presentations “only positive comments” are allowed to be made....

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Justice Dept. to Take On Affirmative Action in College Admissions

By CHARLIE SAVAGE  AUGUST 1, 2017 WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is preparing to redirect resources of the Justice Department’s civil rights division toward investigating and suing universities over affirmative action admissions policies deemed to discriminate against white applicants, according to a document obtained by The New York Times. The document, an internal announcement to the civil rights division, seeks current lawyers interested in working for a new project on “investigations and possible litigation related to intentional race-based discrimination in college and university admissions.” The announcement suggests that the project will be run out of the division’s front office, where the...

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Jane Sanders Lawyers Up

Politico 6/22/2017 From the article: In 2006, Sanders announced a $6 million plan to expand the campus. That plan never materialized. At the same time, faculty and students began to bridle at Sanders’ leadership style. In the four years since she had taken over, two dozen faculty and staff had left the tiny college. The Student Government Association in late 2008 described a “toxic and disruptive environment on campus.” Nearly half of the students and faculty members signed a petition demanding a meeting about the “crisis in leadership.” Even so, Sanders’ salary rose to $150,000 in 2009, according to...

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UCLA Releases ‘Resistance’ Handbook; Defines Trumpism As “White Supremacy, Misogyny, Xenophobia…”

UCLA Releases ‘Resistance’ Handbook; Defines Trumpism As “White Supremacy, Misogyny, Xenophobia…” There is little doubt that America’s bastions of higher indoctrination (a.k.a. “Universities”) have become nothing more than training grounds for future generations of social justice warriors. The war for America’s college campuses has become so heated that liberal administrators, the same people who used to pride themselves on challenging their students to step outside their comfort zone and open themselves up to dissenting opinions, have taken to shutting down free speech when it doesn’t perfectly align with their ‘enlightened’ world view. That said, the Institute on Inequality and...

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The Top 30 Two-Year Trade Schools: Colleges That Fight The Nation’s Skills Gap

Jun 17, 2017 “I can think of nine magazines off the top of my head who every year will rank the top colleges. None of them ever include a trade school.” And so began a scathing critique of college rankings and the country’s attitude toward higher education by Mike Rowe, the Dirty Jobs and Somebody’s Gotta Do It television personality and social activist. As part of an interview with ATTN:, Rowe spoke about the benefits of choosing trade schools over academia, from affordable tuition to the availability of jobs in the field....

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How College Can Ruin Your Life

By E.B. Tucker: Casey Research June 26, 2017 Jackie Krowen made a big mistake. It only took a couple clicks of the mouse…but she’ll be paying for it for the rest of her life. She racked up more than $150,000 in student loan debt to become a nurse. The average nurse in the U.S. earns $5,660 per month. After taxes and living expenses, Jackie barely scrapes by. Jackie is the security for her loan. She can’t get rid of it. She can’t hide from it. She also can’t ever pay it off. She says it ruined her life. Jackie...

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Gov. Matt Bevin publicly signs bill allowing Kentucky’s public schools to teach the Bible

By Lawrence Smith   Updated: Jun 28, 2017 7:35 AM CDT FRANKFORT, Ky. (WDRB) — Public schools in Kentucky can soon teach reading, writing and the book of Revelation. At the Capitol on Tuesday, Gov. Matt Bevin gave his public “Amen” to a bill…   The bill’s sponsor says students need to understand the role the Bible played in American history. “It really did set the foundation that our founding fathers used to develop documents like the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights,” said Rep. D.J. Johnson (R-Owensboro). “All of those came from principles from the Bible.”...

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Teachers Are Now Performing Monthly Mental Health Exams on Your Child

By Susan L.M. Goldberg June 27, 2017 On paper it reads like a not-so-vague attempt to socially engineer your child’s behavior. In reality, teacher-led mental health assessments coming to a growing number of public schools are a bureaucratic nightmare. One that will no doubt further clog our nation’s public education system with increased paperwork and administrative costs while putting your child’s future at serious risk…. …every month the teacher must answer 72 questions about each of the perhaps dozens of students in her class. She must assess whether the student “carr[ies] himself with confidence,” whatever that means for a...

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College Professor’s Email To Mom Who Missed Class Goes Viral For All The Right Reasons

A University of Tennessee professor is getting national attention for her understanding of single parenthood. When 21-year-old student Morgan King had to miss a class because she didn’t have childcare, she emailed her professor Dr. Sally Hunter to let her know the reason for her absence – but she never expected to get the reply she received. “In the future, if you are having trouble finding someone to watch Korbyn, please feel free to just BRING HER with you to class,” Hunter, who works for the Department of Child and Family Studies, wrote. “I would be absolutely delighted to...

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Study: Homeschoolers Creaming Other Students on the SAT

By  Annie Holmquist Last summer, George Washington University announced that it would no longer require students to submit their SAT or ACT scores as incoming freshmen. This move was made because the university “had concerns that students who could be successful at GW felt discouraged from applying if their scores were not as strong as their high school performance.” Some students, however, did not get off so easy. Homeschoolers, the college noted, would still have to submit their SAT scores before they could be admitted…. …Is it possible that traditional schools are failing to impart the well-rounded course of...

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