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ALERT: 2030 Psychological Agenda


Items 6-16 are SEL-based skills, and it is likely that the other two the WEF is calling SEL-based, are items 4 and 6, to account for all 12. Their aim is to integrate technology into all facets of it.

Part 4: WEF Vision for Global Education System

Of the 16 skills identified by the World Economic Forum (WEF) as skills needed for “the future of education,” they point out that 12 are social and emotional learning skills (SEL) with “Lifelong Learning” to build their future workforce. Why focus on academics when their goal is to train and overtake one’s mind to be a lifetime obedient slave to their system, through being plugged into an endless array of technology and smart devices that data mine and train AI for the virtual world they wish to create for all of humanity? Much of this has previously been explained and covered extensively in multiple reports by Corey’s Dig, including the 4-part series on the Global Landscape on Vaccine ID Passports. The UN has forecasted that artificial intelligence is set to generate nearly $4 trillion in added value for global markets by 2022.

This is a 9-part series on the psychological agenda of obedience training being systematically unleashed on the entire population PreK-Adult in a lifelong learning journey, to move everyone into a one-mind, one belief system, and develop a global citizenship with a digital citizen workforce operating under tyranny for their fourth industrial revolution – and billions are pouring into it, with advancements already in 110 countries. It’s important to read the first 3 parts to understand the overall agenda, as well as the subsequent chapters.

World Economic Forum’s Vision for Global Lifelong Obedience Training

Their executive summary points out that “social and emotional skills are critical to the workforce of the future,” and they estimate that 65% of children entering grade school will end up working in jobs that don’t exist today. They go on to state that “SEL will prepare today’s student for this evolving workplace…it can be highly effective to introduce SEL early and embed it in the core curriculum throughout a child’s schooling.” and that technology can be invaluable at enabling SEL. They repeatedly speak of the parents being involved and developing SEL at home as well as in school, and that teachers and staff should all take the “adult SEL” programs. In other words, they are building a complete shift in the consciousness of all children, parents, and teachers to think and behave differently – the way “they” want them to act. Specifics on those behaviors are documented throughout this report.

Page 5: Under the “education technology” section they explain that “technologies such as virtual, augmented and mixed reality; robots; video chats on mobile devices; and virtual tutors allow for a much less passive and more interactive experience” which will play a pivotal role in fostering SEL. They have three technology goals in mind for SEL: 1) Capitalize on what works. 2) Embed SEL into foundational ed-tech products. 3) Expand the realm of the possible by incorporating wearable devices, virtual reality and apps to “master important social and emotional skills.” The WEF did a survey in 5 countries, including China and South Korea, from more than 2,000 educators and parents who all allegedly agreed on the importance of SEL.

Page 6: The report talks about the Perry Preschool Study from the 1960s that “examined the impact of social and emotional skills introduced early in a child’s education.” The study involved one group with a traditional preschool curriculum and the other group incorporated SEL into it. They allegedly tracked these children until age 40 to show those in the SEL group had jobs with higher earnings and committed fewer crimes.

Page 7: According to researchers at Columbia University, in 2015 they determined that SEL programs have a strong return on investment (ROI) over long periods of time, stating that the programs generated an average return of $11 per $1 invested. Here is the full study, which was funded by the NoVo Foundation, a foundation that is controlled by Peter Buffet with the initial donation from his father Warren of 350,000 shares (valued at $1 million) of Berkshire Hathaway.


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