Death March of American Education?

(Faith & Freedom) Headlines suggest that American education is in freefall—a death march of sorts—preparing America’s children for what?

Abraham Lincoln said, “The philosophy of the school room in one generation will be the philosophy of government in the next.”

John Dewey, who hijacked Noah Webster’s model for public education in America and remade it to be a tool of leftist activists to push the culture toward a godless, so-called “progressive” culture, disagreed with both Lincoln and Webster.

Dewey said, “Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.”

So in Dewey’s mind “education” is the “noble end” to secular humanism—a bridge to nowhere.

Therefore, it should not surprise us when students attack anyone and everyone, physically and otherwise with whom they disagree.

They have been schooled for such a time as this.  (Read More)