How Public Schools Destroy Your Children's Lives and Careers

What Really Happens Behind the Closed Doors of the Public Schools

by Sandro Sehic


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Book Details

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Publication Date : 6/25/2010

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 178
ISBN : 9781440183362
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 178
ISBN : 9781440183294

About the Book

Educating your children in the public schools does not take one minute or perhaps one day. Education is a life-long process and whether we like it or not, the fact is, it never stops. Your children will spend the most important part of their lives at the public schools and whatever they learn at those schools will impact their lives as long as they live. What really happens to your children at public schools each day? Do you think that your children are learning useful information in today's schools? If you think that your children will leave today’s public schools properly prepared for real life, the answer is no, you are WRONG! Public schools have failed. Many teachers are not properly educated with the appropriate teaching certification. School administrators constantly sell lies about the "success" of their students, when in reality they are failing miserably today. Courses and exams are designed to be very simple so that they no longer test the knowledge of our children properly. The greatest portion of school budgets is spent on the salary of local school administrators. Almost everything your children learn in today's public schools is useless. Teaching positions are no longer designed for the smartest and most qualified teachers; they have become political positions that anyone can hold as long as they get approved by the school board. It’s not too late to do something to turn this around! How Public Schools Destroy Your Children's Lives and Careers offers thoughts and solutions on this hot-button topic.


About the Author

Sandro Sehic was born in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1978. In 1995, due to the war, he and his family immigrated to the United States. He graduated from Mohawk Valley Community College and Utica College. He obtained his master’s degree in education in 2006. He resides in Utica, New York.