Still uneasy about Common Core? Wait until you find out who birthed it

Thursday, April 9, 2015
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Bob Kellogg (OneNewsNow.com)

Though implementation of Common Core is credited to – or blamed on - the Obama administration, an education analyst says the foundation was laid by Hillary Clinton in the 1980s. 

Former teacher Donna Garner, now an education expert, says Clinton and other far-left activists developed a school-to-work model in which students would be directed into jobs where the government wanted them - regardless of what parents of students wanted.

Hillary Clinton talking to UMW 620x300"It all had to do with providing worker bees for the government," she tells OneNewsNow,

Garner says Clinton and her allies called their plan a "cradle-to-grave" model where people's lives – their education, labor, and healthcare - would be controlled from birth until death.

It was a "big government" move toward socialism, Garner says of the plan, which has turned into a takeover of our nation's schools with Common Core.  

A lengthier and in-depth story about Clinton's school-to-work plan, including her fellow leftists who allegedly helped plan it, can be found here

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