Become a School Volunteer today! "VIPS"
"Volunteers In Public Schools"
"The Greatest GIFT that you can ever give a CHILD is your PRESENTS!" (TRAINAISM) https://plus.google.com/114683111024066307575...
FACT: Every Public School in America in 2013 desperately need "PARENT VOLUNTEERS"! You can make a Difference in a Child's Life today!
Millions of Americans are currently out work in this terrible OBAMA ECONOMY! Over 100,000 Teachers have been DIS-EMPLOYED in the past 12-months! School Systems are Broke and our Children need U.S. to step up to the PLATE! SooOOOOOOO PLEASE Volunteer to be a Classroom Assistant, a Hall Monitor, a Student Mentor, a Crossing Guard, a Cafeteria Worker or even a Security Guard like the Gentleman in the attached Hyper-Link! http://www.yourblackworld.net/2012/12/black-n
This is what Public Schools Should look like in 2013!
On the Outside and Camera Monitoring Systems should be set up in every single classroom, as well as, throughout the entire school setting.
FACT: America's Public Schools need to be made Secure! High Fences with Razor Wire, one way in and one way out, with Medal Detectors in place. Armed Guards walking the hallways and monitoring classrooms .
FACT: Everyone should be held accountable including Parents, Teachers, School Administrators, School Board Members and "MOST" importantly the Students themselves!
FACT: It's time to STOP all the FOOLISHNESS and get with the LEARNING !
Oh, by the way this is EXACTLY the way SECURITY is handled at PRIVATE School that PRESIDENT OBAMA'S 2 Daughters attend in Washington D.C.
QUESTION: Why would we as American Citizens accept anything less for our Children?
fatuous1 is MARK TRAINA a Certified School Psychologist and a South Louisiana Civil Rights Activist, who just happens to be WHITE!
Furthermore, this was a GREAT idea back in 1991 and an even better idea in 2013!
Among the most prominent of President Bush's "thousand points of light" are volunteers who work with our nation's students. The last several decades show considerable growth in the numbers of school volunteers, with increasing participation by people from the business community, retired citizens, and college students, in addition to the traditionally active mothers of school children.
Yet, we must do more to ensure the success of volunteer programs in schools. It is not enough to assume that any volunteer effort will produce results, nor is it wise to use volunteers simply because they are "free."
This new volume from the National Research Council provides the first overview ever compiled of volunteer activity in U.S. public schools--reporting on how volunteers are being used in schools, what factors make programs successful, what further research will enhance our ability to create good programs, and what directions our national policy should take.
Included in this study of volunteers in public schools are the reports of the committee's site visits to 13 volunteer programs identified as "exemplary" from Boston Partners in Education to "Project Rescue" for dropout prevention in Corsicana, Texas. Each site report describes local economic conditions and their effects on education, the organization and size of the school system, and the volunteer program--with details on how each program functions and what results have been achieved.
This book will be immediately useful to federal, state, and local policymakers, school boards and administrators, principals and teachers, PTA members, business firms involved with schools, and, of course, managers or coordinators of volunteer activities and concerned volunteers.