The Role Of Education

“No act of virtue can be great if it is not followed by advantage for others. So, no matter how much time you spend fasting, no matter how much you sleep on a hard floor and eat ashes and sigh continually, if you do no good to others, you do nothing great. . . Francis suggests that even more than candy or alcohol, we fast from indifference towards others.” Pope Francis

Our current system of education has been reformed over and over throughout the centuries however the language has remained the same. As more reforms are made, further separations of criteria that have nothing to do with student, teacher, or even school success, create the necessity for standardization so that it appears that everyone is receiving their “fair share” of whatever pot they are committed to addressing.

Without knowing and understanding how “government” works it is impossible to understand why the educational failure of our children is necessary in order for LEA’s to survive their budget process. As with any municipal endeavor, failure fuels funding, deficit spending is in effect even when it means the educational failure of our children which carries with it the disparities of poverty.

To provide an excellent education to ALL children in America means to remove the power of profiteers and place that power in the hands of the people where it belongs.

To provide an excellent education to ALL children in America means to empower every American with the knowledge and understanding of their rights and responsibilities as Americans to take an active role in their government as representatives of the people who are the government.

To provide an excellent education to ALL children in America means to move from a “police state” to a “state of peace” where citizens take pride in their communities and work together with “peace” officers to keep their neighborhoods safe.

To provide an excellent education to ALL children in America means to return control of America to the people.

When we educate our children to respect themselves they learn to respect others.

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