These articles in Patch were written by a school teacher who attempted to contact the Merrimack Valley Regional School Board about the details of the IB program back in 2009 when the district was first considering implementing it. Interesting to note that no newspaper in Loudon, Boscawen or Concord would print the information and thus only 10% of the parents know it is being used today in the year 2012. Yet an agent from UNESCO, a consultant who works with the World Bank for social justice on behalf of large corporations, funded by their foundations, wrote a piece in the Union Leader confirming all of the information.

There are about nine posts on the subject of IB, including an incriminating letter sent to school officials that talked about the teacher in derogatory terms. You can read the full blog here.