Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Clark County, NV School Teachers' greed impacts Students

The Clark County School District's sought to obtain $40 million worth of an available $400 million federal grant, which was apparently intended to promote data-based and digital tools to meet individual student needs and evaluate school staff. Even though the funding was all but approved and certain, there apparently a significant hurdle that the Clark County School District did not adequately plan for. Clark County Teachers were adamant and desperate to oppose the plan.

In fact, Clark County school teachers, and the Clark County Education Association that promotes the illicit agenda of the Clark County school teachers, had the federal grant intended for thoudands of Clark County students in their cross-hairs for months. Clark County school teachers have been secretly urging the Clark County Education Association to REJECT any funding for Clark County students that even remotely impacts the salaries of the worst teachers in the U.S.A.

It is no secret that the Clark County Education Association has been at odds (extreme conflict, actually) with the Clark County School District for several years. The dispute IS NOT about school supplies, text books, or class-room space, or the integrity of the teaching process. No. The only and most significant dispute that the Clark County Education Association has had with the Clark County School District is the size and rate of teacher salary increases.

Clark County, Nevada residents and parents have not the backbone to protest this sort of fraud, deceit, and inferior use of educational resources. Slavery may have ended over 200 years ago, but many Clark County residents have the mindset of 17th century slaves waiting for the crumbs thrown beneath their feet and to the ground by the Clark County Education Association.

While Clark County teachers have affairs with other teachers, meet the married spouses of their targets at local Starbucks, and dress in fashionable clothes each day, parents and students have been told to SHUT-UP. More specificially, parents have been told to shut the F$#$ up, and accept:

  1. crowded classrooms;
  2. no text-books;
  3. voided exams that have not been graded due to budget cuts;
  4. sex-crazed, perverted teachers that target married spouses of other teachers, as well as minors;
  5. low standards

The Clark County Education Association, which is one of the most despicable, student-hating unions in the U.S.A., was required to approve the request by the Clark County School District. Instead of seeking the best interests of the students, The Clark County Education Association (i.e., the Clark County school teachers) viewed the proposed grant-in-waiting as a threat to teacher salaries, and their fiefdom. According to local media reports, the federal grant would have benefited 41,000 students at 63 Clark County schools, and would have provided funding for high-technology tools and literacy intervention. Additionally, the Clark County School District also could have hired at least 22 teachers plus 24 support staff.

Like mind-controlled robots and slaves, parents will never protest the actions of the teachers because many Clark County parents simply do not read or understand the fact that the Clark County Education Association is playing poltics and greed with their children's education.

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Saturday, November 10, 2012

DEFEAT of Mitt Romney: What does it mean for Student Financial-Aid

Americans have spoken loud and clear. Mitt Romney IS NOT wanted by the majority of Americans. Mitt Romney is NOT DESIRED by the majority of Americans. Mitt Romney is NOT the choice for the majority of Americans. We congratulate Mitt Romney on a well fought campaign, but Americans are not ready to elect a man like Mitt Romney. The question is this: How do the election results of 2012 affect the availability of scholarships ad grants, as well as federally-backed student loan programs such as Federal Stafford Loans, FAFSA, and Pell Grants, or Prosper loans, etc?

The answer to that question is really simple because Governor Mitt Romney never offered not a comprehensive student plan to increase scholarships, grants, and financial-aid for millions of Americans. Governor Romney never offered to promote and encourage millions of students to apply for scholarships, grants, and financial-aid sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars.

National Academy of American Scholars offered to meet with the top representatives of Mitt Romney, but all we were provided access to was the California campaign director.

Governor Mitt Romney did not seem to understand the importance and the role of National Academy of American Scholars connecting students to sponsored scholarships, grants, and financial-aid.

The position of Barack Obama is fairly clear: support private and non-profit programs like National Academy of American Scholars, and encourage other private entities and non-profit programs to sponsor scholarships, grants, and financial-aid programs, as well as low-cost student debt instruments that involves little government assistance, no new taxes, and which are 100% financed by the private sector.

Americans gave Mr. Romney several months to articulate his position on student financial-aid, student scholarships, grants, and loans. Yet, Mr. Romney fumbled the ball, and lost an election that was within his reach. Mitt Romney NEVER reached out to support private and non-profit scholarship sponsors like National Academy of American Scholars.

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Thursday, November 1, 2012

Mitt Romney vs. Barack Obama on Student-aid, and Scholarships

Within a few days, Americans will either re-elect President Barack Obama, or Americans will decide on an untested, and controversial Mitt Romney to become President. The choices Americans make can have far-reaching affects on student financial-aid, the availability of scholarships ad grants, as well as federally-backed student loan programs such as Federal Stafford Loans, FAFSA, and Pell Grants, etc.

The position of Barack Obama is fairly clear: he envisions the federal government assisting millions of students secure financing for their collegiate education. President Barack Obama proposes the following student loan reform measures.

President Obama compares his scholarships, grants, and financial-aid plans with Romney's positions. Specifically, President Obama promotes a "Pay As You Earn" plan, which caps monthly federal student loan repayment at 10 percent of monthly discretionary income. It also breaks down benefits depending on where someone lives.

Whereas his opponent, Mitt Romney offered not a plan but a rebuke to current and touted scholarship, grants, and financial-aid plans. For example, Mitt Romney was asked by a college student in August 2012 what he would do if elected to address the student debt crisis. Romney said. "I am not going to tell you something that is not the truth, because you know, that is just taking money from your other pocket and giving it to the other pocket."

Romney added, "I'm not going to promise all sorts of free stuff that I know you're going to end up paying for. What I want to do is give you a great job so you'll be able to pay it back yourself. And I want to get the government off your back, so you can keep more of what you earned."

That sounds wonderful from Mitt Romney. However, if you are going to give us sugar-coated soothing words, we need at least some bread and/or meat too.

The Obama plan for improving scholarships, grants, and financial-aid appears to represent at least a sandwich of solid proposals whereas Mitt Romney suggests to students to simply borrow more funds from your parents. We all know that traditional parents do not have an extra $15,000, or $45,000 sitting around the house. Perhaps the friends of Mitt Romney, a reputed billionaire, have such funds; however, the typical American parent does not.

If students are going to borrow money, I suggest that your parents should be your last alternative. Your first option should be private lenders. One great source is detailed in our article about student loans, and personal loans.

For more information about this great program, please review this article, and get started today.