‘Unlimited Education’ for Cleveland, Ohio <br />Dale Davis (Founder)<br />1130 S. 69th St. <br />Tampa, FL. 33619<br />PH:...
‘Unlimited Education’<br />This presentation will outline the very basic results reached through research, testing, worksh...
‘Unlimited Education’<br />No longer can we afford the Education our children receive to be limited to Math, English, Soci...
‘Unlimited Education’<br />We must expand our definition of Education in our schools beyond the traditional subjects<br />...
‘Unlimited Education’<br />Ronald Reagan:"We're beginning to realize, once again, that education at, its core, is more tha...
We are born with Instinct ‘Only’<br />The instinct to fight:  Required for survival and which is why babies swing their ar...
One Reason for Violence<br /><ul><li> A baby who slaps an Adult in the face is seen as cute. However, sooner  or later, so...
Morals<br />Definition: The difference between Right and Wrong<br />Nelson Mandela June 1997  Moral Regeneration Movement ...
Values<br />Definition: The importance we place on things  and actions, as well as the priority we give them.<br />How can...
Ethics<br />Definition: The consistency a person follows his own Morals and Values. A consistently Moral Person, is an Eth...
Consistent Completion of Homework
Integrity
Consistently saying ‘NO’ to Drugs</li></ul>How can we expect any of these things without strong:<br />‘ETHICS’<br />9/19/2...
Morals, Values & Ethics<br />We have proven the correlation  between our Core Concept  and Better Test Scores, Lower Dropo...
Morals, Values & Ethics<br />Mr. Michael Vatus, FBI National Director, Infrastructure Protection, recently said: "One  of ...
Morals, Values & Ethics<br />Confucius Says:His teachings have re-surfaced in China’s Primary Schools. Specifically Di ZiG...
Morals, Values & Ethics<br />Make up the Character of a Person<br />But why has ‘Character Education’ been all but complet...
‘Unlimited Education’<br /><ul><li>Unlimited Education does not promote Religion in Schools.
We have developed and advocate: ‘Cause, Affect and Consequence Education’, to teach the core Morals, Values and Ethics tha...
‘Unlimited Education’<br />We advocate a curriculum that includes Morals, Values & Ethics, combined with Mandatory Extracu...
‘Unlimited Education’<br />Andre M. Perry is Associate Dean of the College of Education and Human Development at UNO and C...
Concept: Parental Involvement<br />Baskin Elementary School, San Antonio Independent School District; San Antonio, Texas:<...
1994: 88.7%
1998: 92%
1997-98: Attendance Rate: 96%</li></ul>Percentage of Students Passing All Three Sections of the Texas Assessment of Academ...
1998: 94.2%
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This is a Copyrighted (c) 2010 'Unlimited Education' PowerPoint Presentation designed for the Cleveland School Board. The Problems and Solutions expressed are indicative of the same Problems and Solutions for most every Urban Area in our nation.

We offer Life Changing Workshops for Children, Teens and Adults. The are free and can be held most anywhere: Schools, Community Centers, Libraries, Businesses, Churches or even Homes.

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  1. 1. ‘Unlimited Education’ for Cleveland, Ohio <br />Dale Davis (Founder)<br />1130 S. 69th St. <br />Tampa, FL. 33619<br />PH: 336-986-1745<br />E-Mail Address: dsource4u@yahoo.com<br />D-Source Enterprises: www.d-source4u.com<br />The ‘Let’s Change the WORLD’ Movement: www.thechangetheworldmovement.com<br />9/20/2010<br />1<br />
  2. 2. ‘Unlimited Education’<br />This presentation will outline the very basic results reached through research, testing, workshops and common sense deduction. Many references to the original source of information, will be offered.<br />9/19/2010<br />2<br />
  3. 3. ‘Unlimited Education’<br />No longer can we afford the Education our children receive to be limited to Math, English, Social Studies, Science, History and Physical Education; when success in life requires so much more…...<br />9/19/2010<br />3<br />
  4. 4. ‘Unlimited Education’<br />We must expand our definition of Education in our schools beyond the traditional subjects<br />How to treat others, who to be, how to be, where to be and where not to be, what actions to take or not to take and when, are all important things to know. And what we know, is our Education. Education that builds<br />‘CHARACTER’<br />Ref: http://www.goodcharacter.com/EStopics.html<br />9/20/2010<br />4<br />
  5. 5. ‘Unlimited Education’<br />Ronald Reagan:"We're beginning to realize, once again, that education at, its core, is more than just teaching our young the skills that are needed for a job, however important that is. It's also about passing on to each new generation the values that serve as the foundation and cornerstone of our free democratic society--patriotism, loyalty, faithfulness, courage, the ability to make the crucial moral distinctions between right and wrong…. <br />Ref:http://www.freeinquiry.com/teaching-morals.html<br />9/19/2010<br />5<br />
  6. 6. We are born with Instinct ‘Only’<br />The instinct to fight: Required for survival and which is why babies swing their arms and slap us in the face.<br />Selfishness: Which is required for Self Preservation and is why kids don’t like to share their toys.<br />Everything else must be learned and everything that is learned, is Education<br />9/19/2010<br />6<br />
  7. 7. One Reason for Violence<br /><ul><li> A baby who slaps an Adult in the face is seen as cute. However, sooner or later, someone must teach this child that hitting other people is wrong. </li></ul>If not:<br /><ul><li>That child will be hitting other kids at age 5, fighting at age 10, in a gang at age 16 and in Prison by age 22.</li></ul>‘Non-Violence must be taught’<br />Bull in his book Moral Education(1969) explains: “The child is not born with a built-in moral conscience…. <br />Ref: http://libr.org/isc/issues/ISC23/B8%20Susan%20Devine.pdf<br />9/19/2010<br />7<br />
  8. 8. Morals<br />Definition: The difference between Right and Wrong<br />Nelson Mandela June 1997 Moral Regeneration Movement (MRM): Speaking of the absence of Morality, he said: “… emerge the problems of greed and cruelty, of laziness and egotism, of personal and family failure. It both helps fuel the problems of crime and corruption and hinders our efforts to deal with them.”<br />9/19/2010<br />8<br />
  9. 9. Values<br />Definition: The importance we place on things and actions, as well as the priority we give them.<br />How can we expect a child to listen to his Teacher, ask the appropriate questions, do his homework or even care; if he does not, first, VALUE his Education?<br />9/19/2010<br />9<br />
  10. 10. Ethics<br />Definition: The consistency a person follows his own Morals and Values. A consistently Moral Person, is an Ethical Person. An Ethical Student demonstrates:<br /><ul><li>Consistent Good Attendance
  11. 11. Consistent Completion of Homework
  12. 12. Integrity
  13. 13. Consistently saying ‘NO’ to Drugs</li></ul>How can we expect any of these things without strong:<br />‘ETHICS’<br />9/19/2010<br />10<br />
  14. 14. Morals, Values & Ethics<br />We have proven the correlation between our Core Concept and Better Test Scores, Lower Dropout Rates, Less Crime, Violence, Gang Activity & Drugs, Lower Teen Pregnancy Rates, Higher H.S Graduation and College Entry Rates, a Better Educated, More Productive Work Force, leading to Higher Wages, Lower Divorce Rates, More Two Parent Households and Nicer Neighborhoods with Higher Property Values. All of these combined, generate the positive statistics that businesses look for when deciding where to locate, re-locate and expand; which means JOBS……<br />Based on: Combined Results of ‘Unlimited Education’ Research<br />9/19/2010<br />11<br />
  15. 15. Morals, Values & Ethics<br />Mr. Michael Vatus, FBI National Director, Infrastructure Protection, recently said: "One of the most important ways of reducing crime is trying to teach ethics and morality to our kids." <br />Teachers teach. To eliminate youth crime, students must be taught by teachers in school, from grades 3 through 12, a Code of Moral Values of how to be law-abiding adults. <br />Note: We recommend this Education form Pre-School through grade 12<br />Ref: http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/story?id=119369&page=1<br />9/20/2010<br />12<br />
  16. 16. Morals, Values & Ethics<br />Confucius Says:His teachings have re-surfaced in China’s Primary Schools. Specifically Di ZiGui, which is a philosophy that basically says: The earlier the proper Morals, Values and Ethics Education is given to children, the earlier they are being taught to respect elders, respect brothers and sisters, respect wife and husband, respect the society and finally, to respect the country as a whole. By adopting the correct moral teachings to the children, the elders will not have to face the fate of being dumped into an Elderly Home or left abandoned. These teachings are producing positive results in Asia. <br />Ref:http://www.amitabha-gallery.org/pdf/plc/hzdzge.pdf<br />9/19/2010<br />13<br />
  17. 17. Morals, Values & Ethics<br />Make up the Character of a Person<br />But why has ‘Character Education’ been all but completely removed from Public Education?<br />The first is the outrageous presumption that morals are intrinsically tied to religion, and that to teach morals, you have to teach religion.<br />The second is the mistaken notion that the Supreme Court, by outlawing the promotion of religion in public schools, with the use of organized prayer and Bible readings, has, thereby, also outlawed moral instruction in schools. <br />Ref: Steven D. Schafersmanhttp://www.freeinquiry.com/teaching-morals.html<br />9/19/2010<br />14<br />
  18. 18. ‘Unlimited Education’<br /><ul><li>Unlimited Education does not promote Religion in Schools.
  19. 19. We have developed and advocate: ‘Cause, Affect and Consequence Education’, to teach the core Morals, Values and Ethics that we can all agree on. Kids must understand the causes, affects and consequences of the actions and in-actions they take.</li></ul>9/20/2010<br />15<br />
  20. 20. ‘Unlimited Education’<br />We advocate a curriculum that includes Morals, Values & Ethics, combined with Mandatory Extracurricular Activities that utilize Parents as a resource, School Mentor and Role Model Visitation (Parent Based), Mandatory and Scheduled Parent/Teacher Communication, Periodic Parenting Workshops, the increased use of Field Trips, Private Sector Partnerships and other progressive concepts…. We advocate addressing all needs of The Child…<br />9/19/2010<br />16<br />
  21. 21. ‘Unlimited Education’<br />Andre M. Perry is Associate Dean of the College of Education and Human Development at UNO and CEO of Capital One-UNO Charter Network:<br />“In public schools, students also need moral doctrines.”<br />Unfortunately, the politics of moral education too often devolve into hapless arguments about the separation of church and state. Those ethical arguments miss the mark. Religious doctrines, philosophy and the Constitution all provide core values that can be embedded into the curriculum as readily and rigorously as social studies.<br />Ref: http://blog.nola.com/guesteditorials/2009/01/why_schools_must_teach_moralit.html<br />9/20/2010<br />17<br />
  22. 22. Concept: Parental Involvement<br />Baskin Elementary School, San Antonio Independent School District; San Antonio, Texas:<br /><ul><li>Economically Disadvantaged Students:
  23. 23. 1994: 88.7%
  24. 24. 1998: 92%
  25. 25. 1997-98: Attendance Rate: 96%</li></ul>Percentage of Students Passing All Three Sections of the Texas Assessment of Academic Skills: <br /><ul><li>1994: 44.4%
  26. 26. 1998: 94.2%
  27. 27. Percentage Change: +49.8%</li></ul>Ref: http://www2.ed.gov/pubs/urbanhope/baskin.html<br />9/20/2010<br />18<br />
  28. 28. Concept: Parental Involvement<br />Centerville Elementary School, Cahokia School District #187; East St. Louis, Ill.:<br /><ul><li>97% of Parents participate in some school activity. This school is proof that Parental Participation can be achieved.
  29. 29. Also, Parent/Teacher Conferences are used to offer Parents strategies for helping kids at home. </li></ul>Ref: http://www2.ed.gov/pubs/urbanhope/centerville.html<br />9/19/2010<br />19<br />
  30. 30. Concept Morals, Values & Ethics<br />Lora B. Peck Elementary School, Houston Independent School District; Houston, Texas: <br />Proved that Behavior and Discipline (Morals and Ethics) does impact Education:<br /><ul><li>1997-98 : 79% African American, 18% Hispanic</li></ul>Percentage of Students Passing All Three Sections of the Texas Assessment of Academic Skills:<br /><ul><li>1994: 23.4%
  31. 31. 1998: 90.6%</li></ul>The use of Mentors, increasing Morality, Ethical Standards and Professionalism of Teachers, Staff and Students, as well as the elimination of Institutional Racism contributed to the schools success.<br />Ref: http://www2.ed.gov/pubs/urbanhope/peck.html<br />9/19/2010<br />20<br />
  32. 32. Concept Morals, Values & Ethics<br />Anna F. Booth Elementary School in Irvington, AL.<br /><ul><li>Uses Behavioral Strategies and stresses the Value of Education to Parents and Students.
  33. 33. 2009-2010: Blue Ribbon School
  34. 34. Do we believe every child can learn? Do we believe and understand that poverty, home language, culture, and migrant status are not and should never be considered correlates to poor academic performance?"
  35. 35. Ref: http://booth.mce.schoolinsites.com/Common/News/News.asp?NewsID=73848&SchoolID=59</li></ul>9/20/2010<br />21<br />
  36. 36. CRIME<br /><ul><li>In Cleveland, Ohio, there is a 1 in 80 chance of becoming a victim of a crime.
  37. 37. There are 434 crimes per square mile. The National Median is 49.6 per square mile.
  38. 38. Cleveland is safer than only 6% of all U.S. Cities. </li></ul>Ref: <br />http://www.neighborhoodscout.com/oh/cleveland/schools/ Note the correlation between Crime and Education. <br />9/19/2010<br />22<br />
  39. 39. CLEVELAND EDUCATION<br /><ul><li>The Cleveland School District is better than only 9.7% of other districts in the US.
  40. 40. Only 51% are proficient in Math and 64% in Reading. </li></ul>Ref: http://www.neighborhoodscout.com/oh/cleveland/schools/ Note the correlation between Crime and Education. <br />9/19/2010<br />23<br />
  41. 41. CRIME & EDUCATION<br />Note: The correlation between Crime and Education. We have found this same correlation in most all Urban Areas. <br />The Better the Education; the Lower the Crime<br /> The Worst the Education; the Higher the Crime<br /> Both Education and Crime are impacted by Morals, Values & Ethics<br />9/19/2010<br />24<br />
  42. 42. Learning is up to the Child<br />Regardless of how new the school building is, how well equipped the school is and to some extent, how good the Teacher is; a child who doesn’t Value his Education and have the Proper Work Ethic will not do very well. That is one reason why even the best schools have some bad Students. And visa versa<br />The Child will go above and beyond to learn, if he Values his Education, has the Work Ethic and is Moral enough to stay out of trouble and make the right decisions.<br />9/19/2010<br />25<br />
  43. 43. Summary<br /><ul><li> Education is primarily up to the Child
  44. 44. The Child must be taught to Value Education , Work Ethic and Morality, to maximize Education
  45. 45. A Child’s Willingness to Learn is the key
  46. 46. Education begins at birth. The younger the Child learns Morals, Values and Ethics, the better.
  47. 47. Parental Involvement and Education is also key.
  48. 48. Parental Involvement can offset Budget Concerns
  49. 49. Education is the most viable solution to most all Social and Economic problems in Urban Areas</li></ul>9/19/2010<br />26<br />

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