The Academic Doctor Prescribes…
ACURE Is about our students and teachers and stakeholders and the schools they represent. What are they learning? How are they learning? And why are the schools they are attending not performing at an optimal level?
Why are our students SICK of school?
Are our schools assisting our students to become self-sufficient, better yet, successful? These are pressing questions that need an answer.
Will we, the people, be able to take on the challenges of today and tomorrow’s international economy?
It’s long overdue for us to share ACURE for what’s ailing our schools and ultimately our society! Indeed, the American public, private, charter, as well as, home schools needs immediate affirmative attention. We are said to be one of the most advance continents on earth, however, you wouldn’t believe it after seeing the lack of success our students are having in our schools all across North America. Regardless of the felonious reports concerning how successful our schools are, we know differently. Those individuals with a vested interest in keeping the citizens of America in the dark will never acknowledge that there are legitimate concerns regarding the competence of our schools and all the stakeholders involved.
Those concerned citizens who are closely following the state of student’s academic and emotional intelligence know all too well that concerns about violence, retention, competence, mathematics and literacy (writing and reading) have reached levels that border on desperation. By every standard measure, it is clear that large numbers of students are leaving American schools ill-prepared to pursue higher education, trade schools or careers due to poor academic skills, especially literacy.
On international comparisons of Writing, English, Reading, Math and Science (WERMS) achievement, the United States ranks below nearly all other countries, surpassed by the likes of Singapore, Finland, Korea, Japan, and even Hungary and Poland. Longitudinal test results from the National Assessment of Education Progress (NAEP) show little or no growth over a period of decades.
ACURE, will require everyone to take a firm stand and embrace for the impact that will take place as the results of hard work and determination by everyone affiliated with our schools. The roles have been divided as so:
- Parents and Teachers, you’ve got to demand more from your elected officials, school board representatives, our students, their schools, and even yourselves.
- Community Leaders and Clergy’s, it’s imperative that you’ll begin to invest more in your communities by training key staff to visit schools within a five-mile radius of your offices to offer support to the students and teachers, by any means necessary.
- School administrators, School Board Members, and Principals you’ve got to know when you are competent or incompetent to be in the roll that you are in. You seek out the appropriate amount of training to assist you in becoming more efficacious in your position. If you doubt your competence or feel that you are not qualified, resign. The stakes are too high to let pride get in the way of our student’s success.
- Legislators of the federal government, you need to create rules, regulations, and laws that promotes equity, diversification, as well as competence in our schools.
We, the ACURE team, have fulfilled 15 years of investigative drudgery into Poverty, Academic Paralysis, the exploitation and mishandling of Foster Kids, as well as the mistreatment of students with learning disabilities. It is long overdue that We the People address these issues with the students, teachers, parents, administrators, and especially our elected officials, who have been entrusted with such great responsibility to ensure that every child is fairly educated without discrimination.
It may appear as though the U.S. Department of Education and our schools have failed our students. Their mission was to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access. But, the truth of the matter is that We The People are starving for ACURE during a time in history where many folks are malnourished in competency, self-sufficiency, and love for all mankind.
I am calling on the assistance of the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump; The Secretary of the Department of Education, Betsy Devos; the Acting Chairman of the United States Consumer Product Safety
Commission, Ann-Marie Buekle; Department of Justice/Attorney General Jeff Sessions; and the Supreme Court
of the United States; as well as:
Chief Justice John G. Roberts
Associate Justice Anthony M. Kennedy
Associate Justice Clarence Thomas
Associate Justice Ruth Badger Ginsburg
Associate Justice Stephen G. Breyer
Associate Justice Samuel Anthony Alito
Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor
Associate Justice Elena Kagan
Millions of individuals are being deprived of an operative, meaningful, and life sustaining educational opportunity in our schools across America.
Our mission is to cultivate A.C.U.R.E which will turn around our schools positively once more or as before, while catapulting America to the top academically. We need to be number one, however we are not!
We, the people, involved in as much play a leadership role in the ongoing national dialogue over how to improve the results of our education system for all students, without manipulation, trickery or ‘gas lighting,’ which is taking place all across the WORLD.
Our movement involves such activities as raising national and community awareness of the education challenges concerning our schools, disseminating the latest discoveries on what works in teaching and learning, and helping communities work out solutions to difficult illnesses which are killing our citizens.
The MSGA Movement pursues its twin goals of access and excellence through the administration of programs that cover every area of education and range from preschool education through postdoctoral research.
These words may indeed sound familiar because they are the exact words of the U.S. Department of Education’s, under its mission statement.
We, the people of the “ACURE movement” are only serving in the capacity of allies, colleagues, and compassionate citizens who hold these truths to be self-evident: that all students, educators, and public office officials were created equally; that they have certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of a quality education so that one may indeed become self-sufficient, content, and satisfied with their life and country.
We believe a cure is necessary to make the world safe.
The acronym ACURE represents the following:
A represents ACCOUNTABILITY – We the People must be accountable in the overall treatment of every legal citizen.
C represents CREATIVITY – We the People must become creative in how we begin to implement our academic policies so that each student is granted an opportunity to creatively learn.
U represents UNDERSTANDING – We the People must understand that we all were created differently, but most importantly we should be treated with the utmost respect and dignity. We must develop an UNDERSTANDING that states we are not the authors of confusion, but of peace, as in all things granted to us by those who created us. Understanding will be the key to success for many citizens after they have obtained the proper amount of knowledge. Its our desire that each citizens will develop wisdom over time and holistically utilize it for the betterment of our organic country, which is made up of many cultures, beliefs, race, and careers.
R represents RELENTLESS Retention – We the People must relentlessly, begin to pursue justice on the behalf of all legal citizens and assist all others to become legal citizens. We must retain our dignity and respect for man and our natural resources.
E represents EMOTIONAL Intelligence – We the People cannot, shall not, and will not continue to fight one another over trivial matters. What really Matters is our level of Competence as Humans. Our mental health far weighs our mental illness, and we must not continue to believe the two are the same. We must not forget about those who are struggling from mental illness.
– Zachery Richardson