American freelance writer and former Senior Policy Advisor in the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI) of the United States Department of Education in the Reagan Administration, Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt talks about the SECRET SOCIETY of SKULL AND BONES.

Charlotte attended the Dana Hall Preparatory School and studied business at the Katharine Gibbs College in New York City. Iserbyt’s father and grandfather were graduates of Yale University and members of The Order (322), aka: Skull and Bones.

Are you having an issue with your child’s education? If so, Iserbyt may have some insight. Perhaps you’re loathing the thought of your child attending a local institution provided by public education?

In 1982 Iserbyt was openly opposed to Project BEST: «Better Education Skills through Technology». The project was brought about by Canadian, Dr. John I. Goodlad of the University of Washington. «Parents do not own their children», Goodlad is quoted as saying… «they have no ‘natural right’ to control their (child’s) education». (Developing Democratic Character in the Young, pp. 164)

Also part of that project, the book, Schooling for a Global Age, was one that Charlotte was most critical of. Iserbty’s critique was that the study had less to do with fostering learning and mainly to do with the psychological manipulation of students – most possibly against the teachings of that of their parents.

Charlotte’s book, «The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America», reveals certain practices integrated into the American Public Education System that eliminate a parent’s home influence on the child and instead, Iserbyt argues, mold the child’s thinking patterns into that of a member of the «proletariat» and into that of a «socialist-collectivist world». This is Iserbyt’s argument. She asserts that these principles originate from plans formulated by the Andrew Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Education and the Rockefeller General Education Board. Her book details the psychological methods used to implement and put into effect such changes.

The Carnegie Corporation’s: Conclusions and Recommendations, is documented as proposing to: «use the schools to change U.S. capitalist economic system to a lifelong communist planned economy». Iserbyt today argues that a Reagan/Gorbachev education agreement is aimed at (brainwashing) Americans to reject traditional American values in favor of humanistic/globalist agenda (UN agenda 30).

Reagan relieved her as Senior Policy Advisor due to her stance on Project BEST.