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Our Public Schools - Who's Really in Charge?

Our Public Schools - Who
Our Public Schools - Who Our Public Schools - Who Our Public Schools - Who
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by: Ray Cziczo
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Publication Date: June 24, 2014
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 79
Binding: Perfect Bound

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Book Synopsis
Every year millions of students are educated through our public school system. School is mandatory for both the educators and the students. Our government requires that all children shall receive an education. As more families have come to rely on dual incomes and single parent families become more common, we have seen changes in how both parents and students view the educational process.

A lack of discipline and respect on the part of students has placed an increasing burden on our teachers. Teachers are faced with a lack of support on the part of parents and administrators. Parents have become more reliant on teachers, counselors, and administrators to provide solutions to social and scholastic problems. Administrators are pressured by parents, Superintendents, and school boards to ignore academic and behavior problems.

We have come to rely on technology and money to solve the problems we face in our schools. We have a preconceived notion that all is right in our public schools. If you believe, as I do, that we have serious problems in our pubic schools, that these problems need to be addressed, and you are searching for solutions, then, "Our Public Schools - Who's Really in Charge?", is a book you need to read!
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