Blame for problems with schooling in America is often assigned to insufficient funding or the inherent failings of today’s kids. In rare cases, parents, teachers, and administrators are also implicated.
However, all efforts to improve the quality of education are doomed to fail if the system itself is not examined and understood to be the most significant impediment.
After over six years in the making, The War on Kids reveals that the problems with public education ultimately stem from the institution itself. Astonishingly all efforts at reform consistently avoid even considering this to be a possibility and the future for children are at stake.
Don’t let the Columbine propaganda get to you, as that was a false flag event.