Costly and unnecessary International Baccalaureate (IB) programs are carelessly being adopted in K-12 public schools throughout the U.S. — often without the knowledge and approval of the general public (including taxpayers).
Since my August 2012 presentation, 200+ more U.S. schools have received “IB World School” status. As of 3/20/14: “There are 1,503 IB World Schools in the United States offering one or more of the three IB programmes. 411 schools offer the Primary Years Programme , 510 schools offer the Middle Years Programme and 807 schools offer the Diploma Programme.” (Source: http://www.ibo.org/country/US/
Learn more about IB (which links to UNESCO and serves as a vehicle to support U.N. Agenda 21 sustainable development plans):
“International Baccalaureate (IB) Unraveled” by Debra K. Niwa, Arizona Delivered August 11, 2012, Maine, USA
NOTE: Near the end of the video, you will learn a key reason why high school students in IB Diploma Programs — who may take and pass the full measure of academic requirements — are not awarded an IB Diploma.
Also please watch Jane Aitken’s presentation (Jane, a retired public school teacher, also discusses IB):
“A Teacher’s Testimony: The Agenda in Public Schools” by Jane Aitken, New Hampshire Delivered August 12, 2012, Maine, USA