Earth Day is 22 April. Starting in a small way 40 years ago, it now involves a billion people finding out more about our shared planet, and taking action. Following a resolution in 2009, the UN has now designated 22 April as Mother Earth Day. IB is inviting IB World schools to mark Earth Day by taking part in activities and teaching the specially written IB global lessons on or around 22 April. IB global lessons will be available for Theory of Knowledge in the Diploma programme (also relevant for Ecosystems and Societies, Geography and Biology)
Isn't that special? What might those "specially written" lessons also include? Hmmm, since this is based on the UN's proclamation, do you think IB will try to impress your children with UN Heroes?
"The president of the United Nations General Assembly, Rev. Miguel D’Escoto Brockmann, on Saturday declared Bolivian President Evo Morales as “World Hero of Mother Earth” in a ceremony at the presidential palace in this capital. ...[SNIP]... Besides Morales, the former Cuban head of state Fidel Castro has been named “World Hero of Solidarity” and the late ex-president of Tanzania, Julius Nyerere, will be honored as “World Hero of Social Justice.”
Morales - Socialist Castro - Communist Nyerere - Socialist
Do right-thinking Americans need ANY more proof that this horrendous educational "program(me) should be removed from each and every public school it has infiltrated?