To connect the dots with the info on the Gulen movement in U.S. Charter schools. The state of Georgia is doing nothing to stop this Anti-American, Anti-Christian influence into our public schools. In fact… Georgia seems to be facilitating the efforts to change our culture.
JERUSALEM – A Muslim Brotherhood-linked organization has partnered with the U.S. Department of Education and the State Department to facilitate an online program aiming to connect all U.S. schools with classrooms abroad by 2016. ConnectAllSchools.org The info on the website indicates that the curriculum is aligned with Common Core!!!!! According to the website, there are a few Georgia schools already participating. Wonder if the parents know?
|Mountain Park Elementary School||ROSWELL||GA||30075|
|Augusta Preparatory Day School||MARTINEZ||GA||30907|
|Banneker High School||COLLEGE PARK||GA||30349|
|Bells Ferry Elementary School||MARIETTA||GA||30066|
|The Galloway School||ATLANTA||GA||30342|
To help facilitate Georgia’s schools’ participation in this program (and the future online curriculum aligned to Common Core that will be created with the student data being collected and turned over to the Bill Gates’ company inBloom) – the Georgia General Assembly passed overwhelmingly SB 289 in the 2011/2012 session. SB 289: so as to require students to take one course containing online learning; to provide for the online administration of end-of-course assessments; to require local school systems to provide opportunities for participation in part-time and full-time virtual instruction programs; to establish a list of providers; to provide requirements for providers; to provide for a report by the Department of Education on digital learning methods; to provide for blended learning courses in charter schools which include online instruction; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.
A local school system shall not prohibit any student from taking a course through the Georgia Virtual School, regardless of whether the school in which the student is enrolled offers the same course.