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Public Education “From the Outside Looking In,“ Addresses Educational Challenges and Issues


WebWire – Tuesday, March 02, 2010 – Website, examines public education, its key players, the student, the teacher, and parent, from the outside looking in, and identifies children and youth who are “LOST” in the count.” The website configured in two sections discuss current topics from a layman’s point of view and zeros in on the inside of school activity in the magazine section.

The site looks to encourage networking to improve things that are being handled in a less than acceptable manner. It covers everything from citizenship to legal issues and allows everyone to say what they feel or think in an open format.

The website examines why and what can be done. Learning from each other promotes a community environment where everyone can interact and converse about the issues that need to be addressed. Some issues are sensitive, some issues are over-talked about, but they all have one thing in common: they are the issues that need to be faced and resolved to give children the best chance at a successful future through public education. considers this an opportunity to develop networks that can help people get control of one of the most important concerns in their lives, their children. The current instruction manuals or how to do it in regard to education comes from bureaucratic systems set up to give structure, a structure that may or may not fit in with what happens at any given family’s kitchen table. How to work within the structure and still have individual identify within the process goals through

Noise-From The LOCKER ROOM written in rhyme time in the magazine section is in itself an instruction manual for parents, students, and teachers.

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