Enough school shootings, violence, teen suicides from bullying and youth drug epidemics have finally triggered a movement of parents and concerns citizens across the US to get our act together and start taking very serious action in organized local major school districts with strong private funding and organization to get the free programs we want to see in our public schools, which are truly 100% free, public and created by various nonprofits that have allowed the free reproduction of their curriculum as long as it is never altered or sold in any way.
While more parents do need to make the effort to get involved in their school board district to identify school board committee members who may make poor decisions, we understand times are tough for many parents. What prompted us to help out and organize was one Chicago single mother's plea who worked two full-time jobs with children in a dangerous neighborhood who said "How can I manage keeping tabs on details of my school board's daily decisions while I can barely take care of my own family hoping my kids got home safely from school each day". Yup, that did it for us. So we now reach out to each school board committee in major areas of interest and report their public decisions on whether or not they will allow free expert-made engineered anti-drug anti-bully curriculums into their schools through their health and physical education classes, specifically for middle and high schools grades 7-12. If they say no, we give them a fair chance to simply state "why" and give that exact reason -- we take libel and defamation seriously and will never misrepresent anyone, but ultimately, if school board members say "no", unless it's a reason seen as legitimate from the local parents, chances are their seat for school board committee is set to be flipped next election cycle. Whether or not to use a free revolving annual curriculum in a gym class that would mean a little less basketball for a few months of something else, that specifically works to prevent violence, bullying and drugs, is absolutely the most important decision a school board member will ever make. Period.
Please note, we DO support school board committee members, superintendents, principals and Phys. Ed. gym and health teachers, but when they expressly refuse to use free curriculum made by professionals in communities with parents pleading for safer schools, less drugs and less bullying, then we must hold them accountable. The problem is, it is unusual for them to be offered superior curriculums for free and admit despite their own anti-bully and anti-drug problems in their schools, that serious problems still persist. But we cannot allow pride, ego, laziness or close-mindedness to risk the lives of our students and children any longer -- these are our kids, not theirs. The average commonsense decision to use a non-religious non-political free curriculum program inside a gym or health class (which we educate parents gym & health class has no standardized testing to stress over and the curriculum can be easily changed) should be a no-brainer, especially if parents feel there is STILL bullying or drug problems going on in the local schools, despite whatever "program" already exists!
More to come in 2020 as we use US school districts as an example for how to completely change school board committees effectively from the ground up, when need be!
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