Caroline Markolin has as a result also committed an act of fraud in this process by cutting and pasting Dr. Hamer’s signature to a document she claims was written by Dr. Hamer. This forged document is a warning to the public against Ilsedora Laker as a teacher of the GNM. Following from the original statement, this is not the first time Markolin has attacked Ilsedora Laker. Her relentless attempts to discredit Ilsedora Laker end even fraudulently using Dr. Hamer’s signature lead one to believe that Caroline Markolin is no longer in control of her better judgement. This document is visible on her web site and is labeled as “warning” as if to say she has the power to create public awareness against Ilsedora Laker. Read more
In 1969 and 1970 Postman collaborated with New Rochelle educator Alan Shapiro on the development of a model school based on the principles expressed in Teaching as a Subversive Activity . The result was the "Program for Inquiry, Involvement, and Independent Study" within New Rochelle High School .  This "open school" experiment survived for 15 years, a In subsequent years many programs following these principles were developed in American high schools, current survivors include Walter Koral's Language class at the Village School  in Great Neck, New York .
For just over 350 kilometers, the Osh-Batken-Isfana highway winds its way through the Ferghana Valley, linking small villages and towns with Osh, the second largest city in the Kyrgyz Republic. Rehabilitated with support from the World Bank, the road now helps people living in the region get to places easily, spurs trade, and puts key services and goods within arm’s reach, in addition to generating jobs, connecting families, and cutting dust pollution. The project financed the rehabilitation of about 50 kilometers of the Osh-Batken-Isfana road, including 32 kilometers from Pulgon to Burgandy, and 18 kilometers of the Nookat pass. The result was a tenfold increase in truck traffic over the span of five years, while travel time has halved.