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Sunday, November 28, 2010
Ozark Schools Going Down Wrong Path With United Nation's International Baccalaureate (IBO) Program
Residents of Ozark, Missouri, and taxpayers of Christian County should be outraged that officials at Ozark High School have taken $9500 of your money to apply to become a member of the United Nation's International Baccalaureate education program. As well, if the school continues down this path the cost to taxpayers will continue to increase as the sovereignty of our school district continues to be transferred from our community to a world government authority. Those who understand the pathetic job the federal government has contributed to public education in the United States must surely be alarmed to know the United Nations is about to have a say in your child's education.
While school officials are selling the IB program to parents as something that will help prepare kids for college, there is a globalist agenda connected to the IB and it's all part of the corrupt United Nations. In other words, the promise of a better education comes with a liberal globalist agenda. One wouldn't think the conservative community of Ozark would allow this to be taking place in its district, but it's happening very quickly. School officials are stuck on talking points of using IB so kids can get better placement in colleges, but once you peel away the layers of the IB agenda, IB is the last organization you want educating your kids.
If parents are worried about the quality of education, they need to work locally to improve education to better prepare children for college. Looking outside at larger governing bodies such as the federal government has produced years of failures including No Child Left Behind. Now the school officials at Ozark are looking towards the United Nations to educate your children. I don't know if you pay attention to the UN or not, but the anti-American sentiment runs too think for my comfort. So let's look at what the Ozark School Board isn't telling you about the International Baccalaureate.
The International Bureaucratically has a global political mission to produce good little world citizens. I don't believe this is an American idea, especially at a time when so many things that are American are being attacked and withdrawn from our schools. Dr. Ian Hill, Deputy Director of IBO, has said that the goal of IBO is the promotion of world citizenship. Wouldn't our country be better off if our students focus on being good Americans and learning the principles of freedom and the founding fathers over the agenda of the IBO that focuses on a global human rights agenda.
The IBO supports a Earth Charter, a document that opposes many American ideas and a document the United States refuses to ratify. When you start looking into IBO's endorsement of Earth Charter, you will see that it is tied into Marxism and socialism. Surely, that's not what Ozark residents want for their children.
The following statement was issued by IBO:
We, the undersigned, endorse the Earth Charter. We embrace the spirit and aims of the document. We pledge to join the global partnership for a just, sustainable, and peaceful world and to work for the realization of the values and principles of the Earth Charter. We pledge to join the Global Partnership in Support of the Earth Charter Initiative for a sustainable way of life AND urge all governments to endorse the Earth Charter.
The following is a few items of interest parents may want to know before Ozark High School continues spending your tax dollars to enter this Marxist education program:
The Earth Charter is housed in the Arc of Hope and is correctly identified by the World Pantheist Association as a Pantheistic document. Besides Pantheism, the Earth Charter advocates:
1. The redistribution of wealth between nations and within nations [Art. 10.a.]
2. Same-sex marriage [Art. 12.a.]
3. Spiritual education [Art 14.d.] which means education in Pantheism.
4. Military disarmament [Art. 16.d.&e.]
5. Creation of an international agency to make the Earth Charter binding on all nations [in The Way Forward action-plan.]"