Campaign: Department of Education

Open-Access Web-Based Education Booster

A population that is well educated is a population that can make intelligent decisions. Currently there is a significant degree of separation in the levels of education in different parts of America. My idea: Make quality educational material available to everyone. Build a searchable website that is publicly edited (a-la wikipedia) by certified teachers. Break the website down by grade on the front page, and subsequently ...more »

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Campaign: Department of Education

A New Educational System for The United States

In the U.S., after a student receives their high school diploma, no one cares about them except their families. If they have not applied to a trade school or college, they sit around doing nothing with their lives. These individuals often have no skills and remain unemployed or dependent upon their parents for support. Frequently, these people get into trouble with the law, end up in prison, and have difficulty being ...more »

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Campaign: Department of Health and Human Services

Healthcare reform that holds managers, providers and staff accountable

I believe the government needs to enfore a new standards program for all federal employees, healthcare providers and education teachers. The program should be an unbiased performance based recognition program that uses a national database to track performance, problems and other issues on these members. This will stop the needless lawsuits, stop professionals from running to other states to avoid the problems they have ...more »

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Campaign: Department of Education

Give teachers back their independence.

Stop the "Every Child Left Behind Act". This just makes teachers jobs harder as they teach to the test. There is no way this program can sustain itself over time as results will plateau. Give teachers back their independence and find another way to assess schools and education.

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