Award-winning history teacher Carl Herman teaches students not to follow – but to lead – with ‘Critical Thinking’ [Sunday, March 19, 12pm Pacific]
What happens when you teach high school students a ‘Critical Thinking’ course and use 9/11 as a case study?
What are the historical questions high school students most want to know when they can ask anything about what really happened?
The 9/11 criminals have formally been offered a Truth & Reconciliation process. What are the details?
What happened when Carl, an Advanced Placement Macroeconomics teacher, asked tough questions laden with facts to economics professionals about our debt-based “monetary” system.
Is the current banking crisis real? Or is it occurring only on paper?
Did Benjamin Franklin solve our current banking crisis over 200 years ago? What is “public banking”?
Can Carl’s plan end global poverty in ten years?
Why did this high school teacher challenge his District’s “Covid” “health” “orders” What happened to him?
What Did Carl learn about the legal basis for “Covid” emergency powers?
How does a school district have legal justification in denying Federal law requiring the “option to refuse” experimental medical products (such as “tests,”masks, and, “vaccines”)?
My Guest is Carl Herman, retired National Board Certified Teacher of US Government, Economics, and History, and is credentialed in Mathematics. With an undergraduate degree from Berkeley in Global Development focusing on ending global poverty, and an Ed.M from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education, Herman is a 38 years public school teacher. Two Los Angeles Mayors honored him as among the very best teachers of 10,000 teachers in Los Angeles.
Herman worked with both US political parties over 18 years, and helped craft and deliver 300 policy briefs for Members of Congress, heads of state, and other international professionals.
He has written ~1,000 public essays with ~50 million total webpage views, has 100+ appearances on podcasts, radio, and television. He publishes on: https://carlbherman.blogspot.com