Achieving Success for Kids. A Plan for Returning to Core by Tim L. Adsit

By Tim L. Adsit

Attaining good fortune for children is a clarion name to motion that explains why we have to shop America's teenagers and go back our state and our colleges to the center values, ideals, and ideas upon which our country was once based. during this ebook, Tim L. Adsit provides a daring, visionary blueprint for swap and good fortune in attaining and exceeding foreign criteria in American faculties in the subsequent to 4 years, restoring the USA and its academic method to their rightful position of prominence and management on the earth.

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Students are simply dropping out of school. The dropout rate in America’s secondary schools is four times higher than any other industrialized nation. This is totally inexcusable, deplorable, and unacceptable. S. is 58 percent, as compared to 11 percent in most other industrialized nations. And the dropout rate in America’s 2-year colleges is almost 70 percent! For those who don’t drop out, the modern workplace presents a number of severe challenges. For example in 1989, 46 percent of our high school graduates were qualified for only 2 percent of available entry level positions.

Based on these figures, it’s easy to see which skills would be appropriate for our American school children to be learning. The question is, are they? Think about this: By current educational standards, high school–equivalent graduates in Europe and Asia are approximately 10 years behind current technology. S. is roughly 20 years behind. Is this disparity being felt? In 1980, America had the highest paid workers in the world. In 1990, we were 12th. S. ranked no higher than 25th” (noted by Dr. Willard Daggett, noted New York teacher, lecturer, and educational consultant, in Saving America’s Children: Achieving International Standards in American Schools—A Blueprint for Change, p.

Satisfy the other person’s hunger for self-esteem and he/she automatically becomes more friendly and likeable. Unless you do love, yourself in the sense of having some feeling of self esteem and self-regard, it is impossible for you to feel friendly toward other people. Remember, low self-esteem means trouble and friction. Help the other fellow like himself better and you make him easier to get along with. People act or fail to act largely to enhance their own egos. (Les Giblin, How to Have Confidence and Power in Dealing With People) We must give our school board members, local school site committees, school administrators, teachers, support staff, students, parents, business leaders, community patrons, the faith community, and all the other stakeholders involved as partners in America’s educational system a reason to act to largely enhance their own egos.

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