Harmony Science Academy a Gulen Charter School

Harmony Science Academy in Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico are under the Cosmos Foundation. The Cosmos Foundation ran by Turkish Nationals who are known members of the Gulen Movement have abused many state and federal laws. Cosmos is the largest abuser of H1-B Visas for foreign teachers than the largest school district in America. Scratch your head and wonder why the Gulen Movement is getting away with reverse discrimination? Texas money crosses over state lines to support the other Gulen Managed charter schools, this is WRONG!! DISCLAIMER: If you find some videos are disabled this is the work of the Gulen censorship which has filed bogus copyright infringement rights to UTUBE

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Gulen's Raindrop Turkish House FREE trips to Turkey for Texas State Educators

Texas State principals and educators enjoy FREE trip supplied by Gulen's Raindrop Turkish House
Watch Utube video on how Raindrop Turkish House works in tandem with the Gulen Charter schools to sponsor the famous Turkish Olympiads. Raindrop uses Taxpayers money.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MapDYCOzRQ&feature=related

This Article is from Gulen's own Today Zaman, we know that much of what comes out of Gulen's media empire is to feed his grand ambition.  This story is probably half true, Yes there was a FREE trip blah blah blah.  The 3 State Texas schools that are offering "Turkish as an elective language" are the Gulen Managed Harmony Science Academys.  Publicly funded, privately managed by brothers of Hizmet.  The fact they are trying to get Turkish state wide as an elective is wishful Gulen propaganda.  Nice going Hizmet, just when we try to convince the world how we really don't have censorship in Turkey and that Article 301 doesn't exist, you start throwing out these Yalan stories.
Are you Texans wondering when you will get your FREE trip to Turkey?

A delegation of school managers and teachers from Texas have come to Turkey to examine the Turkish education system as part of efforts to make Turkish an elective course at state-run schools in the United States.

Three state-run schools in Texas, which is a pilot region, are already offering Turkish as an elective course to their students.
The Texas school managers and teachers came to Turkey as part of an initiative of the Raindrop Foundation.
In the Texas delegation, there are 18 individuals including Texas representative Mark Strama, Austin Superintendent Meria Carstarphen, Austin Executive Director of Curriculum Suzanne Burke and Ramona Trevino, chief academic officer for the Austin Independent School District.
The members of the delegation had meetings with İstanbul Deputy Governor Feyzullah Özcan and İstanbul Deputy Provincial Education Director Şerafettin Turan in which they watched a presentation about he Turkish education system and foreign language education.
Texas educators presented cowboy hats and student mascots to their Turkish counterparts as gifts. Turkish officials presented coffee sets to the members of the Texas delegation as gifts.
The delegation later paid visits to İstanbul High School, which is one of the oldest schools in İstanbul and to Beşiktaş Ufuk College.
Raindrop Foundation President Mehmet Okumuş said the first support for their project to make Turkish an elective course at state-run schools in the United States came from Austin.
“Currently, three state-run schools in Texas have begun to offer Turkish as an elective course. This trip of the Texas delegation is important so that our project can be applied all throughout the US,” he said.
Turkish is seen as an important language by the US, particularly with regard to the issue of national security. The Raindrop Foundation gives Turkish courses to US nationals in regions neighboring Texas: Oklahoma, Mississippi, Kansas, Louisiana, New Mexico and Arkansas. The Raindrop Foundation also organizes the Turkish Language and Culture Olympiad every year to encourage students to learn Turkish.

Blogs and Web Sites have picked up on this Free trip to Turkey, read more here about what Americans think about this:

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