HHS: State Run Preschool Will Make All Your Dreams Come True

This is the progressive education dream. They are openly exposing their agenda because they are either confident they can pass it, or panicked they’ll never get another chance.


“Children who don’t get a pre-kindergarten education, ideally from birth to age 5,  might fall behind and “may as well drop out” by third grade, Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius said on Wednesday at an event to garner support for President Barack Obama’s $75-billion proposal to increase pre-school enrollment across the country.

Sebelius said investing in pre-school education would bring ‘prosperity to all our people.’”

Kathleen Sebelius

2 thoughts on “HHS: State Run Preschool Will Make All Your Dreams Come True”

  1. This quote came to mind when I read this. Look at all the un-learning progressive schools have to deal with when they don’t get to the children’s minds before their parents do.

    “Every child in America entering school at the age of five is insane because he comes to school with certain allegiances to our founding fathers, toward our elected officials, toward his parents, toward a belief in a supernatural being, and toward the sovereignty of this nation as a separate entity. It’s up to you as teachers to make all these sick children well – by creating the international child of the future.”

    -Dr. Chester M. Pierce, Harvard Professor of Education and Psychiatry, in an address to the Childhood International Education Seminar in 1973

    For more enlightening quotes by prominent educators vs. religious leaders, go here…http://www.saveasd.com/prominent-educators-vs-religious-leaders/

  2. A cautionary tale from Sweden of the negative impact on the family, of state-sponsored early-intervention:
    “This meant a commitment to a new kind of welfarism: ‘It concerns a preventive social policy, closely guided by the goal of raising the quality of human material, and at the same time carrying into effect radical redistribution policies making a significant portion of the child-support burden the concern of all society.’ The State bureaucracy had never before enjoyed such a mandate. By the very nature of the word, a “preventive” policy opened all Swedish families up to supports, scrutiny, and control. One could never know where a problem might occur: therefore, universal measures of bureaucratic intervention must be implemented to make prevention a reality.”

    Meanwhile, family-centric Utah hosts the “first-ever” public/private partnership (initial funding private to establish program that is ultimately publicly funded) for early intervention?

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