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Education in America

America clearly has two daunting education issues: the failure of large numbers of our schools, which is now old news, and our failure to deal with it.


Our country has the infrastructure in place to properly educate every one of our children. The primary schools, secondary schools, colleges & universities have all been strategically situated throughout every district of our country enabling most individuals the opportunity to a proper education.


Thanks partly to Andrew Carnegie, the western world has an abundance of libraries vast with information.  Our laws allow for peace and justice so individuals may pursue enlightenment by way of obtaining knowledge and insight.  Our capitalistic form of social organization provides a person with humble beginnings the opportunity to rise as far as their ability and effort can carry them.  Our intellectual property laws enable individuals and institutions to reap the rewards of their invention, while at the same time making these intellectual assets available to society.  We have the best regulated and most effective capital markets in the world for taking new ideas and turning them into products and services.


SO WHY? Why does the greatest nation in the history of mankind allow roughly 30 percent of its children to languish in functional illiteracy? Why does a nation that has gone to the moon and Mars, that finds the time and resources to invent such things as Viagra, Prozac, Rogaine, and all things fat and now carbohydrate free, allow roughly 15 million American children annually to not achieve a level of success critical to modern life? 


Virtually all the children in failing schools in the United States are children of color and poverty.


According to the 2012 Program for International Student Assessment; among 65 countries and localities, students in the United States slipped from 11th to 21st in reading, 20th to 24th in science, and 25th to 31st in math. The inference is that U.S. student achievement remains flat, while other countries continue to improve and pass us by. 


East Asian nations are considered now to have the best education systems and continue to consistently outperform the United States. These trends threaten the economic welfare and security of our country. 


America has always depended on the ingenuity of its people in order to compete in the world marketplace. 


Big problems require bold action. Albert Einstein once observed, “The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them.” 


Today we should be concerned about the gaps in our education, infrastructure, and ambitions that threaten to weaken us from within. We as a nation must always remember that superior K-12 education is perhaps the only way America can maintain its leadership on the world stage in the centuries ahead. 


This country is at a unique moment in the history of schools, a moment that we should not shy away from, indeed cannot shy away from if we are to make our schools what they should and can be. America’s public schools should be the envy of the world, just as our universities are. 


The ROUSIX Educational Framework (Version 2.1) demonstrates that we can bring all the necessary advancements to our children, largely with resources we already have. When it comes to K through 12th education, we see a seven-hundred-billion-dollar sector in the U.S. alone that is waiting to be transformed.

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The ROUSIX Educational Framework (Version 2.1) demonstrates that we can bring all the necessary advancements to our children, largely with resources we already have. When it comes to K through 12th education, we see a seven-hundred-billion-dollar sector in the U.S. alone that is waiting to be transformed. 

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