General Educator Information about No Child Left Behind
American Humanist Association
Humanism is a rational philosophy informed by science, inspired by art, and motivated by compassion.
Council for National Policy
Clothed in secrecy since its founding in 1981, the Council for National Policy is a virtual who’s who of the Hard Right. Its membership comprises the Right’s Washington operatives and politicians, its financiers, and its hard-core religious arm.
Education Resource Organizations Directory
The Directory is intended to help you identify and contact organizations that provide information and assistance on a broad range of education-related topics.
A right-wing, Council for National Policy (CNP) affiliated group.
No Child Left Behind
This new law represents his education reform plan and contains the most sweeping changes to the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) since it was enacted in 1965.
A Parent’s Guide to No Child Left Behind
The law covers all states, school districts, and schools that accept Title 1 federal grants. Title 1 grants provide funding for remedial education programs for poor and disadvantaged children in public schools, and in some private programs.
Propagandists love short-cuts — particularly those which short-circuit rational thought. They encourage this by agitating emotions, by exploiting insecurities, by capitalizing on the ambiguity of language, and by bending the rules of logic. As history shows, they can be quite successful.
Robert’s Rules of Order
Revised for Deliberative Assemblies. In 1876 General Henry M. Robert set out to bring the rules of the American Congress to members of ordinary societies with the publication of Pocket Manual of Rules of Order. It sold half a million copies before this revision of 1915 and made Robert’s name synonymous with the orderly rule of reason in deliberative societies.
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World Centers of Compassion For Children
A non-profit organization founded by Nobel Peace Prize winner, Betty Williams. Our mission is to create safe environments called Centers of Compassion in areas devastated by war, conflict and poverty.