9 Ways Schools Will Look Different

9 Ways Schools will Look Different
9 Ways Schools Will Look Different
NPR describes what schools will look like based on teacher union and tech company input. Hygiene, small classes led the list. But if you haven’t been reading information coming out of the Big Tech/Big Data websites, you might be missing the huge amount of control that they will have over us when we do reopen. It’s a staggering loos of freedom!
(More on this soon.)
Note: “Every expert NPR spoke with predicted that the need for remote learning would continue because of staggered schedules, schools prepared to close again for future waves of infection…” “future waves of infection” “many students need remediation” “teachers [newly] trained” “equipment for children”
The next paragraph uses the term equity and as many on the Left and Right and in between are increasingly pointing out, the technocracy is not for equity but for equitable enslavement.
There is a whole agenda here based on digital citizenship, digital human capital, digital people. Data is not the representation of people. Data is US within a digital world. Once we have digital wearables, implantables we become apart of the digital world more and more. Reality will not be based on the world we know; it will all be digital and easily surveilled.
Digital badges, digital certificates, digital health certificates, testing, testing, testing, tracing all your contacts, drugs, vaccines, vaccines with nanoparticles (straight from Gates’ mouth) and digital worlds. What goes into your data profile if you test positive? negative?
MACC called this year’s ago and that’s why for some years our primary focus was stopping the data flow which is a control mechanism for the workforce pipeline and the new digital identities. If you’re interested in an article, white paper or conference speakers on any of the above topics, let us know!

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