Philly.com reports that the increasingly popular program known as International Baccalaureate has been seeing its share of opposition of late. The program was originally created for the children of diplomats who traveled often and required an education that was recognized by colleges around the world. High School students pursuing an IB diploma study subjects from six groups: language; individuals and societies; math and computer science; the arts; experimental sciences; and a second language. The program has been called by critics “anti-American,” and a “waste of money.” President Bush has called for and expansion of the program, meanwhile detractors have claimed that the program is Marxist because it is a signatory to the Earth Charter, a collection of global principles created in France in 2000. Others have labeled the program the “gold standard” in high school education…