Americans face a difficult decision. Their children, whom they desire to be successful and wealthy and care free, are struggling within their public school. They place well, their scores are well enough to put them into play for college scholarships, but you, their parent, want more.
Parents know their kids well and seeing any kind that is performing at a level that is high but not nearly enough compared to their potential harbors a sense of resentment against the school. They want the best for their children. And at this school they are not getting it.
Parents have heard the stories before. Teachers are ill-prepared. Schools lack funding. Programs are lacking where it matters. The atmosphere within the school is not allowing your child to live up to his or her potential. These a Continue reading