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4-6-19 Ohio SEL and Electoral College

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I have a return guest Adam Retych who continues to help unwrap Ohio SEL and Electoral College Initiative heading to the ballot. Both topics are HOT and the references have the details for you to investigate.

Ohio SEL (Social Emotional Learning):

Adam joined me last year to open the can of worms of SEL. Unlike Popeye’s Spinach, this is truly a can of lice in the stench of dying worms. Social Emotional Learning is part of the Ohio Education Strategic Plan (see references at the end). This strategy all sounds good but it should make your head explode with the control mechanisms, the child data collection, the state replacing the parents and the formal state indoctrination of what is reason, truth, beliefs and person-hood.

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SEL: Stealing Individualism and Making Minions

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Today I am joined by Adam Retych who is a researcher in educational policy. He has been focused on SEL: Social and Emotional Learning. First of all, SEL is a critical topic that, once again, is leading the way for the ‘state’ or ‘statism’ to determine the uniformity of social and emotional norms for all. Adam and I discuss what this insidiousness called SEL is. While the definition and standards sound good, the discerning ear can cut to the chase of the destructive influence this system will have in the long run. Adam’s research is extensive in particular to Ohio yet this is certainly impacting over twenty of the States in the nation who have it fully implemented.

Contact me if you would to get more information via Adam. The key references regarding SEL are in the References section below.

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