Comment: I'm glad yours was a good experience.

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I'm glad yours was a good experience.

I take it that the school you attended was a boarding school. I imagine some of the highlights you've recalled might be attributed to that (vs. it being an IB school, per se). You didn't mention curriculum, but as to the activities you noted, they are such that any school might choose to provide. And that's really the point. Not unlike the case with Agenda 21/ICLEI, where towns could enact environmentally-responsibilities policies (and many do!) w/out aligning themselves to a global agenda (related to environmental, social, and economic change, with a global political system), so too could, and should, schools be formulating curriculum by, for, and under the control of exclusively the local population being served - unrelated to the United Nations' globalist goals. As Ron Paul does, I believe in national sovereignty - especially ours! - with our unique Constitution acknowledging that our rights come from our Creator, not granted by a government and therefore able to taken away by the same.

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir