Schools

Schools

PAMPHLET

ARTICLE. VII.

RIGHTS and FREEDOMS

PART. II. PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Section. 1. 4 hours of pre-school and meals:

Ensures 3 to 5 year oldslearn numbers, counting, words, pre-reading, interpersonal skills, and get basic nutrition. Gives parents errand/work time. Protects neglected children.

… children 6 to 18 have a right to school and meals:

… children 6 to 18 will take some summer classes:

22% of the prior year’s material is forgotten over summer.

… develops kid’s gifts and aptitudes for commerce:

Discovers and develops gifts into careers and businesses.

… travel unmolested to and from school, home, etc:

Children not protected by parents, police, etc. can call upon any State Guard or Armed Forces soldier for help. Pressures police and communities. Deters gangs and bullies.

Section. 2. Government, money, home economics, and business focused on furthering each student’s gifts:

Children have the incentive to apply their basic studies to doing what they love are happiest doing and are best at.

… a relationship class:

Counters cliques, bullying and rumors with truth, sharing, communication, understanding and maturity.

… a problem solving class:

New methods and tried and true time-saving techniques.

… 1 parenting class per week with a parent sitting in:

1 parent will sit in as both learn the other’s perspective.

… mentored, apprenticed, instructed and supervised while doing school maintenance, office work, accounting, shopping, cooking, cleaning, farming, fishing, health:

Supervised students will be involved in everything.

Section. 3. Three organic meals per day:

Sugar free and focused, healthy and ready to learn.

nutrition, anatomy, health and exercise classes:

Healthy foundations and habits save health care costs.

… free basic health and dental clinic on campus:

Saves parents the cost, time and stress of taking children to doctors for health issues. Saves health care costs by catching problems early. Doubles as a teaching center.

presentations at breakfast, lunch and supper:

As both presenters and audience members, students will gain confidence, respect, maturity and knowledge.

… 1 month of military boot camp during high school:

Discipline, responsibility, team work, maturity, firearm safety, and emergency protocols for crisis situations.

Section. 4. Any teacher, principal, commissioner or contractor may be terminated by a majority vote of the teachers and parents and students of the school:

Second rate, hapless, apathetic, poorly performing personnel at all levels will be discovered and fired.

tenure will be abolished:

No safe havens for mediocrity and apathy.

… forced busing will be prohibited:

Kids’ schools will be the centers of their communities.

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Nonprofits, protests, parties, candidates, Presidents with 2 house majorities, none have solved our persistent problems. Instead, polarized sides concern themselves and us in the petty details of their competing investigations. Valentine puts the solutions we need into written legislation we can demand by reserving our votes for candidates who support ratification.

Women and LGBTs want equal rights and pay. Parents want schools that develop children’s gifts into profitable skills. Un(der)employed adults want similar free after school classes. Workers prefer a $20 minimum wage to welfare. Blacks want a fair policing and court system. Fiscal conservatives want accountable, deficit free government and a single 5% tax. Environmentalists, fishermen, etc want sustainable energy, farming, fishing and forestry practices. Celebrities want an end to the paparazzi; and gun owners would agree to background checks. Our current Constitution fails on these issues. This constitution includes them all, and our foundations and rights.

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