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Dr. Carole H. Haynes // Is Pre-K Education All It's Cracked Up To Be?

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The best way to hijack a society is through education, the younger the better. How wise is it to
turn over our young impressionable minds children to a system of forced programmed
learning? What kind of beings are we producing? Once our babies were allowed to be young
and inquisitive, running free with play and more play on their minds.
Young children learn best through their senses of observation, play, exploring, and seeing and
hearing the expressions of their immediate family and community. How is it that early
education -- maybe indoctrination -- became the solution for rearing our babies? Has this
philosophy worked? It's well knowned that a society's behavior and values are a mirror of its
education. With that in mind, there are big questions about the moral and ethical behavior
playing out in our society and, unfortunately, humanity is falling to ruin.

Our discussion will run through the history of Pre-K education and deeply analyze pros and
cons.

It would be joyful to once again see children experiencing the freedom to run, play, create and
climb trees.

The problems with pre-K is not only does it take away the joys of early childhood, but
how it harms young children academically and socially and how that continues into adulthood.
It poses great threat to the future of America – our future citizens will be dumber and with
social and emotional problems. These will be our workers, leaders, military, etc. Pre-K is
harming the creative ability of our children – the future inventors. And this is intentional by our
government.

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