Thursday, May 27, 2004

Thursday, May 20, 2004

10 Reasons to Be Concerned about Psychiatry in Our Schools

Parents should definitely read this article from Freedom Magazine.

Our schools are in bad shape — all too often transforming self-directed, highly motivated learners into apathetic, other-dependent young people who hate school. The result: increasing illiteracy, low academic standards and performance, and emotional and behavioral problems.

10 Reasons to Be Concerned about Psychiatry in Our Schools.

Monday, May 17, 2004

What Has Happened To Our Education System?

Freedom magazine has published a vital article telling the story of how America's education system went so far off the rails.

Parents want the best for their kids — more knowledge, greater opportunity, a brighter, happier future. They know their ability to enjoy life, to find happiness rests squarely on the quality of their education. But today, America’s learning institutions deliver a promise quite the opposite of people’s dreams, so much so that the federal government launched a special program, No Child Left Behind, dedicated to remedying the problem.

Reading, ‘Riting and Rats - The Bizarre History of an Education System Trapped in a Maze

Wednesday, May 12, 2004

More Money, Less Literacy?

How is it that with so much money being thrown at the literacy problem in America the literacy level in the US has fallen from 5th in the world to 49th?

The answer is here: More Money, Less Literacy

Monday, May 10, 2004

Wednesday, May 05, 2004

The frightening world of suicide bombers

Based on interviews with the first female suicide bomber’s mother and unique sources within the world of intelligence, Gordon Thomas examines how terrorists are created and funded — vital information to understand in efforts to bring the violence to a halt and restore constructive communication.

"Sacred" Explosions