Have you considered the possibility of subversion?

I think that anyone who studies education for a while will decide that there are two possibilities, the people in charge are horribly incompetent, or the people in charge are subversives.

At this time, most people understand that we have subversives in our FBI, of all places. If there, then anywhere.

This new article (which I titled K-12: Inside Job but American Thinker retitled K-12: An Insidious Inside Job, which I frankly don’t think is better) looks at the possibility of traitors and betrayal in our Education Establishment.

Truly, there is so much outright nonsense in our public schools, any naïve observer would be forced to consider the possibility that these people are running a Ponzi scheme. 

K-12: An Insidious Inside Job


https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/07/k12_an_insidious_i...

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