Education

personallydisinterested's picture
Submitted by personallydisin... on Tue, 2008-02-05 04:10

Given: we have won the war of ideas.

How do we win the war of education?  Here in the U.S., the government educates 90% of the population.  They have a really harmful monopoly that makes our job really hard.  What do we do to overcome these odds?  Any ideas?


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government educates 90% of the population

KevinOwen's picture

"Here in the U.S., the government educates 90% of the population. They have a really harmful monopoly that makes our job really hard."

Governments come and go. Those that have a monopoly on education, world wide, stay and intend on holding on to that monopoly, even though they have failed miserably, at vast expense to the tax payer and our youth. It would pay to find out who the enemy was first and then you might be able to do something about it.

HARMING YOUTH
Psychiatry Destroys Young Minds

Report and recommendations on harmful
mental health assessments, evaluations
and programs within our schools.
https://www.cchr.org/store/pro...

My website has some non religious, community based programs, on it for improving society. Cheers

http://www.rehabnz.co.nz/

Richard

personallydisinterested's picture

I thought you might challenge the given.  It's probably why I started the thread with it. Smiling

 I'll discuss the given on another thread if you are interested.  Any ideas for how we can spread reason throughout the world? 

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James S. Valliant's picture

We are still in the early Ops Planning stage, I am afraid.

Mission accomplished

Richard Goode's picture

Given: we have won the war of ideas.

We have? You mean major combat operations have ended?

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