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Re: Guardian condemns schools' "Microsoft" curriculum

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____/ bbgruff on Monday 29 Aug 2011 12:28 : \____

> On Monday 29 August 2011 10:58 Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> Indoctrination even. And UK taxpayers are paying for this indoctrination
>> for Microsoft profits. In the US, Bill Gates lobbies to take over
>> the $500bn/year education system, shaping the minds of tomorrow's people.
>> Only one word describes this: corruption.
> From the article:-
> "A key driver of this new tech resistance movement is a desire to rescue
> kids from the fate that the Department of Education has in mind for them,
> namely as passive consumers of information appliances and services created
> by giant foreign corporations. Where governments dream up projects like the
> European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL), the resistance seeks to grant kids
> a "Licence to Tinker" â to demystify the technology by providing tools and
> ideas that enable them to understand how modern networked devices work."
> I found the whole article quite cheering.  Somebody is wakening up - at
> last!

It's not the first time The Guardian points this issue out... despite Gates
bribing them a little last year to promote his agenda.

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