• Critical Race Theory is a mere molehill compared to the “social, emotional learning” (SEL) embedded programs because SEL is a cover story for the psychological infiltration on children and adults for a lifetime of obedience training. Some people need to see the timeline to understand the magnitude, while others need to scan the list of over 550 names and organizations involved in this (which is the short list), recapped below the timeline. It’s important to note that of those names, 50 overlap with the digital ID to blockchain agenda covered in Corey Lynn’s Global Landscape on Vaccine ID Passports, while some also overlap with the Covid agenda. That’s because this is all connected under a single goal – to control humanity. The question is – will you let them? They’ve worked very hard to control your mind, your child’s mind, and their childrens’ minds. This 9-part series has shown that decades of manipulation is moving into artificial intelligence, a virtual world, and obedience training to ensure their future workforce which includes training on Prek-Adult, parents, and communities. READ: Part 1: IntroductionPart 2: The ProgrammingPart 3: Spirituality in Education ProgrammingPart 4: WEF Vision for Global Education SystemPart 5: U.S. Department of Education & Multiple Agencies InvolvedPart 6: Private Sector FundingPart 7: Legislation and Billions in State & Federal FundingPart 8: Surveillance, Data Mining and Social Score for All OR, download this complete 9-part series in PDF format from The Bookshop. Do you want to fight to keep your children in this indoctrination system as well as yourselves on this “lifelong” learning program they have in store for you? Do you want to attempt to dismantle it, including removal of the unconstitutional U.S. Department of Education, and bring in all new curriculum and leaders? Or do you want to build homeschooling networks outside their system while taking no state or federal funding, or vouchers? Sugarcoating is their job – below is what you are legitimately up against. Choose wisely. They have built systems leading everyone to believe that you have to be a part of them, that there is no other choice or alternative, and so few looked beyond their construct. Timeline 1903 – John D. Rockefeller founded The General Education Board, a multi-million dollar foundation. Two years later, Andrew Carnegie setup the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. For years they provided the bulk of endowments received by all higher education institutions, giving them great influence. 1920s – Soviet psychologist Lev Vygotsky, who studied how to brainwash children, began laying the foundation for social, emotional learning. 1965 – According to Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt, former Senior Policy Advisor to the U.S. Department of Education and author of the ‘Deliberate Dumbing Down of American,’ in a 2000 interview she explained how they had begun to change the education system from academics to behavioral modification, and later brought in ‘Pacesetters in Innovation’ in 1968, which were programs to brainwash children. By 1973, a ‘Change Agents Guide to Innovation in Education’ was published to carry out these same agendas in a constant social engineering spiral to alter attitudes, values, and move from a free to a socialist planned economy through the new world order that was all about building a workforce, and lifelong learning from kindergarten to 80-years-old. According to Iserbyt, the Carnegie Foundation played an influential role in establishing the education system on an international level, including coordination with the Soviet Union during the Gorbachev years. She notes that the Rockefellers were more interested in the education system on the domestic front. Isberbyt described their strategy as a 3-prong approach:1) Gradualism – The frog in cold water metaphor: they slowly turn up the heat so the frog doesn’t know it’s being cooked.2) Dialectic – The globalists create a crisis, then save the day.3) Semantic Deception – They have different definitions for words. 1973 – Professor James Heckman began serving as the director for the Center for The Economics of Human Development at the University of Chicago. Heckman became a vital part of pushing the SEL agenda. 1978 – Seattle-based Committee for Children was founded by Dr. Debra Boyer and Dr. Jennifer James to allegedly protect children. Their office is located a half mile from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. More recently they have added branches in a half dozen states. In 1995 they created Second Step SEL programs with the approval of CASEL, and went on to receive recognition from the White House in 1998 during the Clinton Administration. Their programs are now running in over 34% of U.S. elementary schools. Bill Gates foundation just funded them $1 million in October 2021 to advance their Second Step programs. October 17, 1979 – The U.S. Department of Education was created, going against the Constitution, so as to control young minds across the country. 1992 – All of the original founders of CASEL, with the exception of Dr. Roger Weissberg, organized a meeting at the Carnegie Corporation, funded by the Fetzer Institute, to discuss the creation of CASEL. 1994 – The Collaborative for Academics, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL) was founded by Eileen Rockefeller Growald (David Rockefeller’s daughter), Daniel Goleman, Mark T. Greenberg, Linda Lantieri, Timothy P. Shriver, David Sluyter, and the late Dr. Roger P. Weissberg, with the term “social and emotional” originating during a meeting at the Fetzer Institute, where Sluyter once served as program officer, vice president, president and CEO, and senior advisor of the organization, and still consults. 1996– The National Science Foundation studied the difference in infants’ social emotional behavior during mother-infant and father-infant interactions, and who and how it developed their personality and ability to control impulses, anger, aggression, and psychological functioning, among other things. 1998 – New Profit Inc. was founded by Vanessa Kirsch, who has funded CASEL millions to advance the SEL agenda, and New Profit’s managing partner Shruti Sehra holds a position on the CASEL board. New Profit has also worked with Deloitte Consulting for 20 years, who has deep ties to the WEF and digital identity agenda. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has funded New Profit Inc. over $50 million since 2014 for K-12 Education, with a minimum of $3 million marked as “social and emotional learning.” 2002 – The Institute of Education Sciences (IES) was created as an independent research arm of the U.S Department of Education. They have four research centers designed to data mine and allegedly improve the education system. They also have ten regional education laboratories. The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), one of the four research centers, is the backbone supporting the Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems (SLDS) program that collects, analyzes, and reports statistics on the condition of the American education system and internationally, under a Congressional mandate. The SLDS system is now rolling in social, emotional, and behavioral data points they are collecting from students, sharing the data across states, and utilizing it for policy changes. They are also working on rollings in child welfare, social services, and data such as vaccine status, digital identity, and social score will likely take shape soon. 2004 – Illinois was the first state to adopt K-12 SEL standards. 2005– The National Science Foundation funded MIT nearly $200K to develop the first known wearable device capable of perceiving and reporting on social emotional information in real-time human interaction. They state that this research will help individuals with Autism, and the results can be leveraged for human-computer interaction, wearable computing, robotics, and future technologies with social-emotional intelligence. 2006– The National Science Foundation awarded $500k to Northeastern University MA to build a virtual laboratory and study social-emotional human to robot engagement over the course of four years. Their goal is to determine how people and computer agents can optimally live and work together over extended periods of time, and provide new vocabulary, models and paradigms for thinking about relationships. 2007 – The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation awarded $125,000 to the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois to “support research strategies for the social, emotional, and academic learning of preschool and elementary school students. 2010 – Common Core rolled out with Bill Gates being the primary funder. 2010 – Emotional ABC’s launched by Ross Brodie and Cynthia Sikes. They claim their SEL curriculum is being used in 110 countries. October, 2010 – CASEL, with the University of Illinois at Chicago Social and Emotional Learning Research Group, published “Compendium of Preschool Through Elementary School: Social-Emotional Learning and Associated Assessment Measures,” funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Kirlin Charitable Foundation, the NoVo Foundation, the Rauner Family Foundation, and the University of Illinois at Chicago. 2011 – CASEL and the NoVo Foundation (Buffet) launched the Collaborating Districts Initiative (CDI), funded by the Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, to implement SEL systemically across the U.S. and incorporate it into all aspects of school districts, from classroom instruction, staffing, professional learning, district policies, and family engagement. 2011 – the Institute of Education Sciences, an independent evaluation arm of the U.S. Department of Education, granted the University of Virginia $2,774,333 to evaluate the efficacy of the WINGS for Kids after-school Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) program. 2012 – The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation began pouring money into SEL programs beginning with George Washington University collaborating with CASEL to use eight large school districts as a “learning laboratory for the field,” and to develop a road map on state and federal revenue streams and regulatory opportunities and barriers. For the following decade they went on to fund a total of $9 million dollars toward advancing SEL, including partnering with the National Association of State Boards of Education. December, 2013 – The World Bank, in collaboration with the International Rescue Committee, published “Learning and Resilience: The Crucial Role of Social and Emotional Well-being in Contexts of Adversity” under their “Education Notes” series, with special emphasis on communities and families being involved in the learning process and delivery of SEL. They mention CASEL no less than 10 times. 2014 – Panorama Education was founded by Aaron Feuer, Xan Tanner, and David Carel, initially backed with a $4 million round of funding by Mark Zuckerberg, Google Ventures, Ashton Kutcher’s A-Grade Investments, and Yale University. It is the number one SEL measurements tool that utilizes a survey created by Dr. Hunter Gehlbach, Vice Dean at the Johns Hopkins School of Education, with over 22 survey topics to measure students’ social-emotional skills and competencies. They also provide an adult SEL toolkit and a playbook for interventions that teaches educators how to “change mindsets.” By 2015 private investment in Ed-tech increased from $1.5 billion in 2011 to $4.5 billion. Grand View Research consulting firm has projected that the Ed-tech market will reach $285.2 billion by 2027, and that it had already reached $76.4 billion in 2019. SEL programs via tech and a virtual world is the goal. 2015 – A Columbia University study determined that SEL programs have a strong return on investment (ROI) over long periods of time, stating that the programs generated an average return of $11 per $1 invested. This was done at the request of CASEL. 2015– The National Science Foundation awarded $750K to Giant Otter Technologies, Inc. for a virtual role-playing simulation for social emotional learning using artificial intelligent characters. 2015 – The International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunity was created by the Prime Minister of Norway, the Presidents of Malawi, Indonesia, and Chile, and the Director-General of UNESCO. It is chaired by the United Nations Special Envoy for Global Education, Gordon Brown, and supported by 26 high-level commissioners consisting of former heads of state and government and leaders in various fields, including former World Bank president Jim Yong Kim, Jack Ma, and Lawrence Summers. Their commission has more than 300 partners in 105 countries, with a primary focus on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 4: “Ensuring inclusive and quality education and promoting lifelong learning for all.” September 25, 2015 – The United Nations 2030 Agenda was adopted by all UN member states, with 17 goals…

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