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John Klyczek has an MA in English and has taught college rhetoric and research argumentation for over eight years. His literary scholarship concentrates on the history of global eugenics and Aldous Huxley's dystopic novel, Brave New World. He is the author of School World Order: The Technocratic Globalization of Corporatized Education (TrineDay Books); and he is a contributor to the Centre for Research on Globalization, OpEdNews, the Intrepid Report, the Dissident Voice, Blacklisted News, the Activist Post, News With Views, The Saker, Rense News, David Icke News, Natural News, and the SGT Report. He is also the Director of Writing and Editing at Black Freighter Productions (BFP) Books. His website is schoolworldorder.info.
(8 comments) SHARE Wednesday, May 13, 2020 COVID-19 "CARES Act" Bankrolls AI Post-Human Education: DeVos, Thiel, Phase 2 of Project BEST
This article documents how technocrats are capitalizing on the COVID-19 crisis to ram through the next phase of Project BEST (Better Education Skills through Technology), which is a corporate-fascist plan to replace brick-and-mortar public schools with for-profit ed-tech companies while substituting human teachers with "Skinner-box" AI computers that condition students for workforce placement in a planned economy.
(3 comments) SHARE Thursday, October 17, 2019 To Think or To Work? That Is the Question
This article critiques the Democrat-Republican bipartisan support for education reforms that emphasize workforce-training curriculums through public-private partnerships between Big Business and Big Government. These corporate-government school-to-work programs aim to technocratically "personalize" education based students' cognitive-behavioral psychometrics and other Big Data "learning analytics" calculated by Big Tech.
(3 comments) SHARE Sunday, February 19, 2017 Billionaire Betsy DeVos, Big Data, and the Public-Private Planned Economy
This article investigates the prospects of student data-mining under a Secretary DeVos policy of deregulated education privatization. In particular, this article examines the potential for corporations to hijack public student data for noneducational research and development, including for-profit behavioral advertising and market manipulation for fascistic political-economic planning.