- K-12 Schooling: Allow competition between
public & charter/home schooling
- The only standard worthy of supporting in education
- Every child has a different need. No child’s life or mind is
- The child’s learning style should be identified and
the program tailored to his/her needs.
- Bad behavior should be restrained.
- Consequences are important to model, apply, and
embrace as part of the learning process.
- Consequences are an external tool to help motivate
the child to change behaviors.
- Underlying causes should be identified and support
given to rectify the irritating factors (e.g. home problems,
medical problems, bad habits…)
- Positive rewards associated with learning,
obedience, respect, teamwork, and exhibiting Christian
- Local autonomy
- Local schools should be free to engage in any
educational model deemed appropriate for their students.
- The primary function of the National Department of
Education should be to facilitate gathering data on program
effectiveness, for analysis, and feedback. While administration and
guidance is important, the final and most important aspect of the
school system is student education.
- Collected data should be stripped of personal
Individual data should never be transmitted or made available
through the database system.
Strict enforcement must be applied to security/privacy
- National data and analysis should be available to
local administrators, teachers, parents, students, and the public
for making curriculum and teaching method decisions.
- Optimize educational outcomes by modeling
- Institute a strong program of Displaced Worker
- An economy which values job security more than
productivity becomes bloated with inefficient workers.
- The Labor Unions have functioned well as a worker
advocacy groups. But,
Unions can become dysfunction when they care more for their own
survival than the good of the larger whole.
- The purpose of work is production. The goal of a job is the
completion of the job.
When a job is complete, every worker should expect to
relocate or retrain to engage in new production.
- The cost of worker retraining should be included in
Worker retraining should be available to every new or willing
worker. Job insecurity
should be an obsolete concern.
- Vocational training should be administered and
delivered by a coalition of government and industry
- The purpose of work is to live. Work is a necessary and
important part of life.
“If a man does not work, he should not eat.”
- There is a difference between sloth and studious
and industrious pursuit of employment
- A person who is willing to work, and is yet unable
to find employment is equivalent to the person sincerely training
for a needed position.
Society should support both.
- A pay differential is merited and appropriate based
on level of training, scarcity of specialty, industry exhibited,
effort expended, attitude, leadership, organizational ability,
productivity, spirit, punctuality, talent, and/or creativity.
- Talent and effort should be acknowledged and
- When rewarded it produces more of these valuable
traits in the individual and society.
- The rewards of full employment work should be
adequate for subsistence but governed by industry.
- Work occupies a large portion of life. Every industry/job-site
should attempt to make the work environment as safe, pleasant, and
rewarding as the economic and physical environment allows.
- Governmental regulation of the intangibles of life
can become an endless morass of lawsuit and defense. The spirit and tenor of
the nation should be one of Christian responsibility to one’s
neighbor; treating an employee as one wishes to be treated.
- Suits brought about such matters should be heard
by a wise and Christian judge, one well versed and capable in the
exercise of fairness, economics, and the spirit of the