Some parents are happy to have their kids tracked every inch of their school day, but the students are being conditioned to accept comprehensive surveillance as normal. This is a Technocracy scheme that may have no concrete reason for its justification.
Education is a core element of implementing Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy. It requires a system of human conditioning on a global scale. Technocrats do not value individual talent and abilities, but only the ability to fit into the larger global good.
The barbarians have finally broken down the school doors and are now plundering knowledge. Books are their target. Banning them is the goal.
The United Nations Technocrats says that educated people consume a disproportionate amount of resources, and are therefore unsustainable by definition. Long live stupidity and ignorance.
Common Core is not about education, it is Technocracy’s initiative to collect life-long data on young students in order to condition them for the global citizenry. The 1934 Technocracy Study Course wrote about education as a “continental system of human conditioning’, which is exactly what we have today.
Common Core Education Standards have already been funded by Bill Gates Foundation, but other tech titans want to reshape education in their own Technocrat image.
The Technocrat mindset is to track everything, all the time, and this is especially true in all phases of modern education. Students are mere statistical objects to be analyzed and manipulated.
Education is a key stronghold of Technocracy, which has transformed it into human conditioning and psychological manipulation. Further, education is all about the cradle-to-grave data that is collected, processed and analyzed on every student.
The brainwashing isn’t complete. According to UNESCO, so they area calling for massive updates in textbooks around the world. Common Core Education Standards are already up-to-date.
Throwing technology out to the public with no qualification or consideration for the effects on some is irresponsible, but consumer product coverups have been going on for decades. In all cases, it is caveat emptor, or “buyer beware”.