Public Schools – The Worst Case of Child Abuse in American History


Sending our children to public school is equivalent to the worst form of child abuse; they disable our children by enabling them, allowing them to run havoc through the hallways of our schools all in the name of self-esteem. Until we revert back to focusing on the drop-in rate rather than the drop-out rate of schools, our children are doomed to a mediocre existence.

“Public Schools – The Worst Case of Child Abuse in American History” is a book that reveals what is really taking place in our classrooms today and academics is the last thing on the “To Do” list. According to the experts “Reading” is less relevant than the child’s social calendar which could initiate anarchy in America. This book also specifies these so called “experts” by names; it is blunt and to the point. This book is so controversial that when the school district learned of it they fabricated a story and attempted to terminate the author.

Years ago America’s educational leaders had an agenda for our education system and that agenda was not to improve our children’s education, but more to control their minds. These leaders were warned of the dangers of that agenda by numerous knowledgeable specialists… they chose to dismiss them… and in some cases destroy their reputations. Utilizing the research and facts of those specialists and my twenty-two years of experience teaching in the public school classroom; I expose the truth of why America’s education system is decomposing at such an alarming rate. You will find out exactly what is happening to America’s education system as well as how they attempted to destroy my reputation while attempting to expose this travesty. You will also learn many of the names of those culprits in this non-fiction tell all expose. This book is the frightening truth regarding public schools that every parent, teacher and anyone concerned about education in America must read.

Here is an illustration of how what transpires in the classroom could not occur in the real world: Consider for an instant you are taking a class with a trainer; there are ten individuals working out for two hours a day, five days a week. Imagine three of those individuals failing to appear on a daily basis. What do you perceive the outcome would be if the trainer spent half hour of your work out time attempting to compel those individuals to attend? I believe you would be disturbed, to say the least.

For the sake of argument, allow me to contemplate that occasionally one or two of them would attend, however their attitudes and effort was less than adequate and they were disruptive and really made it strenuous on the others. How would you feel if you were one of the seven that attended regularly? Would you perceive the trainer is more concerned for those not attending than for you?

How long do you imagine most of the class would endure before resigning?

That is precisely how our school system is presently operating and the rationale for simply switching our priorities to modify the focus. This first step is a vital step and will allow us to perceive an immediate improvement in America’s schools. Our top priority must be to devote our attention to those children that desire an education, what I refer to as the drop-in rate.

No, we do not disregard the disruptive, undisciplined students; we simply ensure we reward the disciplined and non-disruptive students by allowing them to receive the education they desire.

Public Schools – The Worst Case of Child Abuse in American History

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