Our founders, our education and our future for America

Johnston, Peter
August 2010
East Bernard Express (TX);8/26/2010, Vol. 67 Issue 34, p4
The article focuses on the National Education Association (NEA) of the U.S., which spends its 355 million dollar budget to promote that the U.S. educational system is a part of the federal government which claims to be the solution for the ills of society.


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