Beverly Eakman on the effects of the psychologized classroom; Dangers of Public Education

Congratulations to JBS Contributor Beverly K. Eakman


John Birch Society
04 March 2010


Congratulations to author and JBS/TNA contributor Beverly K. Eakman. Beverly was recently interviewed by EWTN on the effects of the psychologized classroom. The cable television channel transmits 24-hour programming to more than 123 million homes in 127 countries.

As an educator, Beverly taught English, Literature, and Debate for nine years. She did her graduate work at the University of California, Irvine, and the University of Houston. She went on to become the chief speechwriter for Chief Justice Warren E. Burger and served as a writer for the U.S. Department of Justice from 1991 to 2004. She is the author of several books, most recently Walking Targets (2007), an examination of how educators and provocateurs are driving a wedge between parents and their children.

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This program, as explained by Johnnette S. Benkovic, discusses how Beverly “maintains that the education establishment is stealing the minds of a generation of children in order to create a wrenching transformation of our society. In books and speeches, articles and expert witness testimonies, she has chronicled and heralded how our children have been coerced to become anti-property, anti-industry, undiscerning, sitting ducks for the global citizenry of tomorrow. How has this happened and where will it lead?”