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Learning for College Admissions

Learning for College Admissions
Parents that want their children to attend selective colleges often push their children to load up on advanced and AP (Advanced Placement) courses in high school to impress admissions committees.  Unfortunately, the public school education model is one that artificially distorts the learning process by forcing children to learn subjects through defined curricula (even though they rarely learn anything),... 

Classroom Management is Incompatible with Proper Education

Classroom Management is Incompatible with Proper Education
Despite holding our children captive over a period of 6.5 hours a day, 180 days a year for 13 straight years, our schools fail to deliver anything resembling a quality education. Most children graduate high school, if they even stay in school, unable to think for themselves, ill-equipped to lead self-directed lives, and unprepared to enter into a university system which, with rare exception, doesn’t... 

Why Parents are Better Teachers than Trained Teachers

Why Parents are Better Teachers than Trained Teachers
Across the land we continue to hear the cries that public education is under attack. That greedy governors and legislators are destroying public education because they cannot justify increasing spending on top of the many thousands of dollars spent per student per year for horrid outcomes (in terms of testing, graduation rates, college readiness or life preparation). These people claim that if only... 

The Class Size Debate

The Class Size Debate
Across the country, states are being crushed by large deficits which are the result of a decreased tax base coupled with bloated government. To address the deficits, many governors and legislatures are looking to pare the sky high costs of public education to help bridge the gap.  To the horror of many education advocates who have been arguing for years for reduced class sizes in order to improve... 
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