The Department of Education has a new face. Armed with superintelligence, they are going after institutions of higher learning who accepted money but failed to report their gifts, from countries like China, Iran, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. Over the years, the Department of Education has expected colleges and universities to automatically … More Department of Education Cracks Down on Theft of Intellectual Property and Buying Influence at Harvard and Yale
Lately, I’ve been reminded of the first time I took fifteen intercessors to Washington, DC to pray. Early in the planning process I contacted Sandy Grady, who had worked for years as a key intercessor for David Barton of Wall Builders. As I shared with Sandy my desire to pray at educational sites in DC, … More Don’t Back Down – Your Prayers Change History
The US Department of Education employees approximately 5000 people and has an approximate annual budget of $69 billion. According to the National Center for Educational Statistics there are 57 million elementary and secondary school age children in the United States, of which 8 million are either enrolled in private schools or homeschooled. That leaves 49 … More Should We Do Away with the Department of Education?
When settlers came to America in the early 1700s, they established schools with Judeo-Christian instruction that instilled in their children a strong Christian foundation. These schools taught individualism and personal responsibility, traits that prepared their children for the rigors of frontier life in the new world. It wasn’t until 1884 that the first public school … More Prayer for the Mountain of Education During the Month of Sivan
The scheduled teacher walk-out on April 2 in Oklahoma is not only about the very real need to increase teacher salaries. It reveals how the leaders behind a humanistic global agenda use these types of crises to further their control in the field of education. Raising the bar in education is a need and concern … More Teacher Protests: The Vehicle for Humanistic Take Over in Education
Prayer for the Mountain of Education During the month of Iyar In 1985, Then President Ronald Reagan appointed William Bennett as the Secretary of Education. While in office, Secretary Bennett actively sought to reform American education. He supported classical education, school vouchers and curriculum reform. He openly criticized schools for their low standards, once referring … More Prayer for the Mountain of Education During the Month of Iyar
Did you hear the news that Common Core is Dead? … More Common Core is Dead!