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Goals 2000
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Goals 2000

In March, 1994, President Clinton signed his Administration's education "reform" legislation, the "Goals 2000: Educate America Act" into law. The education package sets out a number of goals to be achieved over a period of six years, including the following:

03/01/1994
Outcome-based education
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Outcome-based education

There are serious, legitimate concerns surrounding outcome-based education (OBE). In principle, it sounds good. In practice, however, OBE can be used to undermine parental authority and traditional moral and religious beliefs. This explains why much of the criticism of OBE has come largely from parents' rights groups.

05/27/1993
Citizens for a Sound Economy Testifies in Favor of Modifying and Gradually Eliminating Sugar Program
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Citizens for a Sound Economy Testifies in Favor of Modifying and Gradually Eliminating Sugar Program

During testimony today before the Ways and Means Trade Subcommittee, Citizens for a Sound Economy Director of Research Michael Becker advocated modifying, and and eventually eliminating entirely, the sugar program. “Due to the sugar program,” testified Becker, “CSE’s members, along with consumers in general, each year pay excessive prices for food simply to enrich the small group of sugar farmers and corn refiners who benefit from the sugar program.”

02/10/1990

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