Over the last four months, ivy league universities like Stanford, Yale, Harvard, Princeton, Duke, and Brown announced their decision to do away with any usage of the ACT and SAT exams, not just for the upcoming school year, but permanently. As if on cue, other institutions of higher learning, quickly followed their lead. Why are … More Think Doing Away With ACT and SAT Is A Good Thing? Think Again
The National Education Association (NEA) is the largest labor union in the United States, with over 3,000,000 members. When the NEA speaks, all of education listens. When they don’t speak, education still listens. For the most part, Christians don’t listen either way. So now we have a runaway train that needs to be halted as … More The National Education Association (NEA)’s True Agenda
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
Even on a good day, the landscape for transformation in education in America can look bleak. I’ve garnered people to pray for the cultural Mountain of Education for over 20 years, so when this big ocean-liner of education shows signs of turning around, we celebrate! I’m sharing with you a few of the fronts that … More There is Good News in Education
In the wake of the COVID-19, public schools are issuing electronic devices to hundreds of thousands of students for curriculum delivery. Parents who may have never cracked one of their children’s public school textbooks, now have a golden opportunity to truly discover what’s in all those books their children have been packing around for years. … More What’s In All Those Textbooks? Parents, Beware!
The majority of Americans who refer to education in this nation, think only of public schools as we know them today, but that’s not how education started in America, and a quick look at history reveals two educational systems. The first educational system was the original intent of our founding fathers. Known as the Father … More Original Intent for American Education
Linked to the Tribe of Simeon, the month of Av (July 13- August 11, 2018) is associated with the time the twelve spies explored the promise land. Ten spies brought back a discouraging “evil” report, “We went into the land to which you sent us, and it does flow with milk and honey! Here is … More Prayer for the Mountain of Education During the Month of Av
Prayer for Tulsa Public Schools August 16, 2018, TCI sponsored a call to prayer for Tulsa Public Schools. Thirty-six people from almost every spectrum of Tulsa’s education came. The keynote “pray-er” was Dr. Madeline Manning Mims, an Olympic Gold Metal winner. I very grateful to Chloe Allen and Sherrill Cressman. Chloe is an outstanding woman … More Prayer for Tulsa Public Schools
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?