Education secretary vows climate indoctrination

September 23, 2010 16:14

He said the Education department would work to make American children into “good environmental citizens” through federally subsidized school programs beginning as early as kindergarten that teach children about climate change and prepare them “to contribute to the workforce through green jobs.”

Obama has proposed a $265 million slush fund of ‘grant’ money is to be made available to Secretary to fund his indoctrination vision.

By Nicholas Ballasy at


‘“This week’s sustainability summit represents the first time that the Department is taking a taking a leadership role in the work of educating the next generation of green citizens and preparing them to contribute to the workforce through green jobs,” said Duncan. “President Obama has made clean, renewable energy a priority because, as he says, it’s the best way to ‘truly transform our economy, to protect our security, and save our planet.”

‘“Historically,” Duncan said, “the Department of Education hasn’t been doing enough to drive the sustainability movement, and today, I promise that we will be a committed partner in the national effort to build a more environmentally literate and responsible society.”‘

‘Duncan said that his department’s “Blueprint for Reform” envisions environmental education being incorporated into so-called “STEM” classes (“science, technology, engineering and mathematics”) for students as young as kindergarten.’


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