But I Digress

Research has shown everyone that our current system of education is failing our children.

Research has shown everyone that teachers have a biased attitude toward certain groups of children due to the propaganda they have been taught about children who live outside the societal norm.

Research has shown everyone that an excellent education involves exposure, exploration, and experience.

Research has shown everyone that an excellent education is founded in the Arts.

Research has shown everyone that small class sizes and neighborhood schools are more conducive to student success than overcrowding and bussing.

There is no research however, that explains why the American public refuses to gather around and support the concept of changing our current system of education so that it supports the findings of the educational research that has proven that we, as a nation, fail to provide every child in America with an excellent education.

Why are politicians so adamant about maintaining the “status quo” and why are the American people supporting them?

Why do we support gifted and talented programs instead of supporting the gifts and talents all children possess?

Why do we have special schools for children who love to dance and sing and draw and build and play when every child loves to dance and sing and draw and build and play?

Why do we continue to hold “White male” as the standard of achievement?

Why do we continue to hold our children accountable for doing the job of administrators, superintendents, and school boards?

Why are other countries beginning to see that America is no longer great because America is no longer governed by the people but by the politicians corporations use to enslave the people?

Why do we continue to believe that things have changed, will change, without having changed our current system of education?

In November this country will again be faced with voting for the lesser of two evils for president.

Until we change our current system of education we will always be faced to choose between evil and evil which is never any good.

Join the Movement to Save Our Children!

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