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Repair Factory Schools - Unshackle Classroom Teachers Samuel G. Breidner

Repair Factory Schools - Unshackle Classroom Teachers

Samuel G. Breidner

Published June 1st 2011
ISBN : 9780615489384
Paperback
122 pages
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Repair public schools through free choice and a free market of theme based K-12 programs controlled by school boards supervised by income-motivated Classroom Teachers. School districts are partially redirecting $600,000,000,000 of public taxes everyMoreRepair public schools through free choice and a free market of theme based K-12 programs controlled by school boards supervised by income-motivated Classroom Teachers. School districts are partially redirecting $600,000,000,000 of public taxes every year to charter schools and public leaders are promoting school vouchers as parents and students reject factory schools. 30% K-12 dropout rate nationally - over 600,000 young Americans every year 30,000,000 Americans are public school dropouts that public education has failed Dropout rate among Classroom Teachers - 25% -50% within five years Specific examples hostile foreign funding for charter and future voucher schools Specific examples of exploitation using charter schools Specific examples of cooking the books in public schools Classroom Teacher labor morphed into free enterprise throughout factory schools Universal appreciation of teacher labor unions in an entrepreneurial structure Marketing public education to K-12 consumers using a free enterprise model Free choice: Both theme based curriculum and Classroom Teachers in academiesPublic school choice using proven free market methods to deliver public education Marketing public education to K-12 consumers through theme based academies An American culture acquires educational learnings by doing not by indoctrination Maintaining American cultural values through free choice of K-12 public education Income-motivated Classroom Teachers as professionals responsible for education Implementing major cost savings in the accountable delivery of public education Specific examples of K-12 wasteful management - how to cut management costsAmericas heritage of a free K-12 public schools education locally controlled Free education dates from 1642 in Plymouth Plantation: An American heritage A brief history of how American public schools developed Classroom Teachers have a proven record of doing this for over 2000 years The creation of Americas factory schools during the 19th century smokestack era The creation of Classroom Teachers as wage working labor in factory schools The importance of the local school board - An inviolate American institution The decline of American factory schools - Reasons that demand solutions The decline of the Classroom Teacher - Resurrected as a professional educator Essential: American Federation of Teachers and National Education Association Upgrading American K-12 public education, using free enterprise as a modelReorganizing delivery of American public school education in a market economy. Cost: Producing a Classroom Teacher: $135,000 to $240,000 - mostly loans Cost: Educating K-12 students: Long Island, $23,972: Average nationally, $10,499 Specific examples of supervisors and principals manipulating reported grades Specific examples of supervisors and principals oppressing Classroom Teachers Increasing Classroom Teacher income through parent free choice school selection The American Federation of Teachers and the National Education Association Responsible governance now exists to remove Classroom Teachers shackles